Day 1: Our Window Sill garden

I am so motivated to finish my window sill garden that I had planned for months. What I needed was a inspiration to make it happen. I got plenty in the Garden series posted by Ali at her blog.
Thanks to Ali, I have made considerable process in past two days.

To give you a backgrounder, I live on the 7th floor quite up in the air. The recent course I took at Playful Learning spaces got me started with a window sill garden specially made for my little gardener. I will be sharing my day-by-day progress on my little space.
I would love to receive suggestions from your end to make it even more fun for my daughter.

In the morning, M and me went downstairs to collect soil and some small plants for our little fairy garden. 

 Here is a look at my present place. I had placed one plank over my window sill to create a special gardening section for M. Work is ON!

Just collecting all the materials I can use for this place.

 We planted some moss which was growing in one of my planters in the a little basket we are using for or fairy garden. Along with some little plants we found from neighborhood.

This wooden potato masher  will become a little toadstool after we paint it. Waiting for the plants to grow at their new home.

Here are my favorite places for more inspirations
Garden Series at athomewithali.net
Garden Sensory Play  at Growingajeweledrose.blogspot.com
How to make a Fairy Garden at themagiconions.com
Fairy Garden in a Planters Pot at playcreateexplore.com

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