Our second annual Ladybug Camp hosted twin sisters, Ava and Angeline, with cousin Kaylee. This four year old trio enjoyed a multi day, overnight affair busy with crafting, baking, play-acting, and exploring. On day two, we ventured into a magical wooded realm - the place where fairies flutter!
Angeline and Kaylee cradle their new friends.
Judy, made my dream of today's event even more special. She sent me the tiny tea set pictured here. Her own granddaughter had reached the teenage years, and it was time for pretty vintage pieces to find another home, one where younger girls would take their turn pouring magic tea to serve in teeny tiny portions. This was the perfect occasion to introduce our gift. Thank you, Judy!
My friend, Judy, a master gardener, blogs about beauty in nature, in fabric, and of charming places both near and far at New England Garden and Thread. She is also a fan of fairies. Her 2012 Fairy House Tour is one of my favorite posts ever!
Fairy dolls are easily made from wooden peg bases found at craft stores. Dress them in petals pulled from silk flowers.
*The three Cicely Mary Barker pop-up fairy books I purchased for my granddaughters can be found on page 14 of my Amazon Gift Shop. Fairy sticker books found on the same page kept my little ladies busy during "quiet time."
This is part 3 of my Grandma Camp 2017 series. It begins right here.