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Getting Ready For The 2022 Spring Maryland Home & Garden Craft Show

Maryland Spring Home and Garden Show

This past week has been hectic for me as I prepare for the Maryland Spring Home and Garden Show. It has been a few months since I did my last craft show in December, and I will admit it. I am a little nervous. I have never been involved with such a LONG show like this one.

 

What was I thinking? Two weekends, five days, and I know I will be standing pretty much the whole time. I have been unpacking new inventory (and repacking it) to bring to the show all week, and my husband has been helping me create a fairy garden display.

 

I have always loved the concept of fairy gardening. A magical place you can create for these tiny creatures to live. Since I will be in the Home & Garden show section, I thought it was only fitting to share these miniature figurines with everyone.

 

So, off to the store, I went to find baskets to fill with foam and cover with moss. I ended up using one of my mother-in-law’s baskets along with this giant mountain she had created years ago for our church’s Christmas Putz. It will be a far cry from Bethlehem and the story of the birth of Christ, with tiny little fairies, dragons, and gnomes all over it, but it will work.

 

Besides the fairy gardens, I will also have all the NEW for 2022 Quilling Cards. And just arrived in time are more of the Egyptian Glass hummingbirds and dragonflies hand-blown ornaments. They are not just for Christmas, you know! So hang one in a window year-round and enjoy!

 

I will be at Booth #1015 and if you stop by, mention you heard about the show in my email! I will be having a drawing at the show’s end, and you could WIN!!!

Putting Together A Fairy Garden Display

Stephanie Fleming was raised at Behnke’s Nurseries in Beltsville. Her Mom, Sonja, was one of Albert & Rose Behnke’s four children. She was weeding from the moment she could walk and hiding as soon as she was old enough to run, so many weeds, so little time. Although she quickly learned how to pull out a perennial and get taken off of weed pulling duty.

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