Waldorf Inpsired Felted Gardens, Fairy & Gnome Homes by Ginger Little featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Waldorf Inspired Needle Felted Fairy Gardens

Waldorf Inspired Felted Garden by Ginger Little Featured on  www.livingfelt.com/blog

These precious and tiny needle felted fairy gardens and castles are full of color, life and detail!
The are the work of Mary, artist and designer at Ginger Little in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Mary says she has always been creative and began making her
own dolls and accessories as a child.

Waldorf Inpsired Felted Gardens, Fairy & Gnome Homes by Ginger Little featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Mary began her felting journey when her daughter was very little and in a Waldorf school.

 “Wanting to create special toys for her, I began teaching myself how to felt with wool. I fell in love instantly. I knew that I wanted to share what I made with others and so my business “Ginger Little” was born.”

Waldorf Inpsired Felted Gardens, Fairy & Gnome Homes by Ginger Little featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

Mary loves color and incorporates that into her art, along with natural treasures that she finds along her walks.

Waldorf Inpsired Felted Gardens, Fairy & Gnome Homes by Ginger Little featured on www.livingfelt.com/blog

“I hope to create things that spark a feeling of enchantment when you look at them – things that make you smile and wish you were a part of the magical worlds these little creations are part of. I hope that what I make will brighten someone’s day and that they will enjoy them for years to come.”

SEE MORE & SHOP WITH MARY @  GINGER LITTLE on etsy

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