Last fall we had the “Thinking Outside the Inside of Your Window Box” Challenge and now…. well, we move from windows to doors!
The Fairest of Fairy Doors
What is a fairy door? It is an entryway into the world of possibilities. Gardeners are natural gatekeepers as we envision the possibilities, nurturing the seeds of what might come, trusting that nature will weave its magic through our gardens and they will flourish, filling our environment with gorgeous colours, aromas, textures and flavours.
What does a fairy door look like? Well, unless you have actually seen one then you can only imagine and there lies our latest GT Challenge: put your creativity skills to work and create what you think a fairy door looks like. It may be made of natural materials, items found throughout the gardens, or perhaps fairies use found treasures that the two-legged humans have dropped.
I would guess that the fairy door is rather small but then that is just an assumption. Perhaps they are huge and just invisible to the human eye. Some people think the doors open, and perhaps they do, but others believe that in the magical world of the fairies that the doorway does not rely on hinges.
Oh the possibilities…..
- Deadline – February 29, 2012
- Tag It – tag your project entry as “challenge-10”
- Prize – donated by Karson (THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THE DONATION)
- Secondary Prize – one random winner will receive a $25 gift certificate for Amazon.com, thanks to Escalate Media!
Voting will take place during the week of March 1 – March 7th.
To vote: send a private message to me with your choice of “The Fairest of Fairy Doors”.
On March 8th, I’ll announce the lucky winner.
-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)