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Fantasy Fairy Garden Castle

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With its captivating curly towers The Magical Fairy Castle will lend an enchanting expression to any garden. Any fairy or gnome would be delighted to take up residence in this royal abode.
Moving in would also be a lovely experience for your friendly neighborhood toad.

Magical is an original, one of a kind, hand built piece using slabs and coils of freeze resistant stoneware clay. She looms large at 13” tall and 8” wide and is glazed a subtle combination of frosty blue and speckled gray. She didn’t want me to tell you this, but, she weighs 6 pounds. Not only will this piece please your fairies, gnomes or toads it will please you and your guests because it is also an eye-catching garden ornament. Magical would also be a great gift for the gardener in your life or, maybe just for you!

If you want to see more of my ceramic pieces click on this link:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ClaySoul?section_id=6191204

A note about using garden art effectively that I learned from my Horticulture magazine;
To make the most of artwork in your own garden, think about the predominant colors, shape and size of your plantings. Artworks can blend with all or any of these details for a cohesive, quiet effect, or stand in contrast to them for a bold statement. Very vivid or oversized art can detract from plants-, which you actually may desire at certain times of year. Small art and objects might seem inconsequential but don’t pass them over too quickly. They’re perfect for a close area, such as a doorstep garden, or among spring flowering bulbs, rock garden plants and groundcovers.
Lynn Shannon Unruh

Fantasy Fairy Garden Castle

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