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14-year-old Zev from Natick, Massachusetts, has taken the photography world by storm with his surreal photo manipulations. Better known by the nickname of ‘fiddle oak’, Zev presents a highly imaginative portfolio of surreal self-portraits, which he created together with his sister Nellie (aged 17). His work seems to mirror the transition from the fairy-tale childhood worlds into those that are way more complicated and still unknown. http://minivideocam.com/r/photoedit

14-year-old Zev from Natick, Massachusetts, has taken the photography world by storm with his surreal photo manipulations. Better known by the nickname of ‘fiddle oak’, Zev presents a highly imaginative portfolio of surreal self-portraits, which he created together with his sister Nellie (aged 17). His work seems to mirror the transition from the fairy-tale childhood worlds into those that are way more complicated and still unknown. http://minivideocam.com/r/photoedit

Fairy Garden Boot House...So awesome. It's weatherproof and easy to cut through for designing. Plastic from a boxed item purchased can be used to cover window holes.

Fairy Garden Ideas

Yet another recycled rain boot that makes a perfect fairy garden home. Living in a boot...

FAIRY DOOR - with four leaf clover, perfect for leprechauns

*A stick threshold welcomes your yard elf home! The door has a lucky 4 leaf clover on it or if you prefer a tradition shamrock, and is trimmed out in sticks and moss and acorn caps. It is thickly painted with brush so I get in nooks and crannies, Then spray with a clear poly to preserve it some and shield it from the rain and weather a bit, but as the real leaves crumble stick in fresh green ones to welcome the forest fairies from your land. Any color or choice, custom, desire, you can, if…

Fairy Door carved staircase into tree! My Mom had a fairy garden every spring, each time it would rain the faireis would leave something new in the garden! The girls could not wait to see what treasure was left behind.

Wish to try this in the remaining piece of trunk of my beloved old tree that came down in a horrendous rain and wind storm. I miss it.