Sunday, June 10, 2012


Rufus ran ahead of us this morning on our walk around the farm so it was just me and Daisy to enjoy a liesurely walk and take some pictures. We started out in the wood.

We had a great time. Daisy just loves it here, she runs through the trees and unlike Rufus who is so dark I can never see him against the green, Daisy sticks out like a sore thumb so I always know where she is. They are getting along great, we are so happy with our babies.

We had a lovely walk around the farm and headed back down to the gardens. We stopped for a break in the gazebo which is about half way back.

I thought I would show you some of my garden ornaments today. I made these cute running bunny signs a couple of years ago.

I use to be a potter and I made a lot for the garden. This Cat and Mouse Birdbath, the Toad House and the Lady Bug House are a few that have survived.

I love Elves and Faeries, hence the name of my blog. I have them peeking out all over the garden, sometimes, after the garden has filled in, I forget where they are and get a little shock once in a while.

When our son got married and we had the Alice in Wonderland Wedding Party, I made all of the big wooden cutout characters ( with the help of my sweet, very patient husband who basically did whatever I asked that summer).
I have the Queen and Rabbit in the studio but I love Alice and the Cheshire Cats ( I have two) in the garden.

In the front gardens I have a lot of rusted pieces. I just love that look. I have two of the guys on top, I got them for the Alice party, they were like the Mad Hatter. The rusted daisies I adore I have three and wish I had bought more. The Bee plaque is really nice too.

I really do love bunnies in the garden, even the real ones. When my lovely daughter-in-law told me she also loved Alice in Wonderland as a Wedding Party theme it just gave me a chance to buy all of the bunnies I could find. I love them and they are everywhere. These are just a few. I also found two of these fabulous flying keys, they fit in perfect and look great now.

I hope you have enjoyed our walk through the garden and that you are all having a wonderful weekend.

Don't forget to sign up for the GIVEAWAY and stop over to LUCYS GARDEN for some more of the tour.


  1. Your yard is heaven to you fur babies!!! So much to explore and smell and chase, LOL!!!


  2. pretty garden pictures. Thanks for sharing Sue.


  3. you have a beautiful garden! I love Alice & the cat esp.!

  4. You have a very beautiful garden, and I love all the art work you have included. It would make me want to linger and take time to enjoy it all.

  5. Kero, Willow and I would love walking with you in your garden!

  6. Your garden statuary is stunning! You are such a gifted artist in so many areas Sue. Beautiful work. I LOVE your property, home and of course, fur babies. Hugs to you always, Mina