How much do I adore these sweet, sweet thimble gardens over at the gorgeously eclectic Resurrection Fern. SWOON.
I’ve also never seen snails look so beautiful.
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are they real thimbles, andrea?
i love them.
This is too sweet. I inherited some antique thimbles from my granny. I have to try this in them.
Something else to keep my eye out for when thrifting . . .
I have never seen anything like this and it is so cute ! .. do they function for very long or is it a temporary mini garden ?
Truly a BIG smile maker this morning girl ! THanks : )
if you put a little damp sphagnum moss in the bottom of the thimble and then a bit of soil I think these could stay healthy and happy for a while. probably just need to mist with distilled water often.
I just love visiting Resurrection Fern, there is always something fascinating to see.
Robin – yep, they appear to be.
Elaine – you must! I am going to nick some thimbles from my MIL, who has hundreds laying around.
Joy – I hadn’t seen anything like it, either. I adore them.
Lauren – thanks for the info, and for leading me to discover your site!
Crafty – :) I love sites that combine two loves – like crafting and gardening.
nice! i haven’t seen that before. how inspiring!
I’m squealing with how cute those are!
These are amazing! I would have never thought to do that. Very cool
Those are splendid!~~Dee
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