here). The door was created by local artist Simon Sinkinson in remembrance of ten people who left their mark on the Larmer Tree gardens. Several people left comments on the original post (thank you) and then last week I received an email from Simon with a link to his lovely Tinydoors website.
The illustration on the left shows another of Simon's tiny doors.This quote is from the website; As you amble through woods keep your eyes peeled for signs of tiny life - a little wooden wheelbarrow filled with acorns or a tiny napkin left after a fairy tea!
Urban Fairies where there are lots more little doors (thank you Helen) and a friend in Holland sent this photograph of a little house she found while out walking her dog.
I had no idea there were so many tiny doors waiting to be discovered!
How about you - do you have fairies at the bottom of your garden? Or have you ever found a tiny door?
The Magic Faraway tree is now sold, thank you for your interest.
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