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Ceramic garden fairies

Welcome to Dot reposts a query from the Lower Mills Nextdoor group:

Anyone know of a local ceramic shop or thrist store where I can find ceramic fairies?

I know it is a weird request, but I really need a few for the neighborhood kids.

The few I had in my front yard broke over the winter, and at least 3 little girls in the neighborhood feel a real loss because the fairies are missing. One 6 year old girl gave me some seeds to attract new fairies.

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the Fairy Shop on Newbury Street might be worth a try...

http://www.thefairyshop.com/

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Florist shop in Roslindale Square.

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d'awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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christmas tree shop or ac moore?

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"One 6 year old girl gave me some seeds to attract new fairies."

No wonder you need to replace the damaged ones.

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I just did a quick search on Etsy for "fairy statues" and there's a pretty fair selection at a range of prices. I know it's not local, but it supports individual artists.....

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They stole the wildlife, they tried to get Big Sunscreen companies out of existence.

Now the Commies are at it again, using radioactive and mutated snowfall to destroy our..."fairies"...to demoralize our 6-year-old future leaders! They will have PTSD after seeing broken decorations! They will be unable to act with strength! So we must not allow the Comintern to do this!

-I think this is probably my 5th Communist Conspiracy Device comment. Party!

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I'm late to the party, but most garden centers & craft stores have them in their "Fairy Gardening" section.

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