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Three books make up the Faraway Tree trilogy by Enid Blyton: The Enchanted Wood, The Magic Faraway Tree and The Folk of the Faraway Tree. For many, they are the most magical of the stories that Enid Blyton wrote, and their first introduction to the author. Three children move to a new house on the edge of the Enchanted Wood and discover the Faraway Tree. The fairies and fairy-folk become their companions as they explore. When they climb to the very top of the tree, they discover a Magic Land…
An Enid Blyton's Faraway Tree Birthday Party
Growing up, some of my earliest and fondest memories of reading by myself are reading Enid Blyton's Faraway Tree books. I still have my copies of the books and knew, once we had our own little girls that it wouldn't be long before we would read them to our girls.
The Magic Faraway Tree Party Little Big Company's styling work
Thought I would share my daughter's birthday party pics party pics which were featured in Shop 4 kids Magazine, Just Call Me Martha did the wonderful Cake and Sweet treats, Cookies by Spoon and Fork Cookies, party paperie by Loralee Lewis, Dresses by Little Lou Lou handmade, Softies by Flowers,Frills, buttons and bows, Flowers by Velvet Lily Florist, Photography by Lee Bird Photography, Fabric bunting Little Kitten Handmade, cookie design with toadstool and fairy by Blossom Time Creations…
Toadstool Radishes: 30 Days of Creativity: Day 5
30 Days of Creativity Day 5 Toadstool radishes for a gnome picnic Is this one of the silliest things ever? I adore them. My sons loved them and ate them quickly. Here is a salad fit for gnomes. If I could, I would eat it on these toad-stools from Tao of Craft. (But it was delicious under the apple tree in the garden too) Here is how to turn your radishes into tiny toadstools. One: Take a knife and position it half way down the radish. Make an inscision that circles the radish and cuts about…