|Maury has made hundreds, so hers are exceptionsl|
Now these are the little doors that you place at the base of a tree or rock (or up in it), for the fairies to go in and out of. Last year Maury made 50 plus and set them on a rock beside Spearfish Creek. She included a note for parents to "hide" them somewhere where a child could find them.
|she includes a little poem when she gifts her fairy doors|
The bake-able clay, an exacto knife, a toy rolling pin, and beads or other accessories that can be baked are needed.
|a few of Maury's fairy doors and fairy boxes|
|wonderful evening to sit by the creek and craft|
|me, Cheryl, Jane, Jerri, and Maury|
|Ms. Jerri got the hang of this pretty fast!|
|so did Cheryl|
|Sigh. Can you guess which one is mine?|
|the least neat and tidy one|
|but I got an "A"!!|
And thanks to my friend, Jerri Cooper, for hanging out with us while we made our Fairy Doors and taking pix!