Sunday, February 17, 2013

I Believe In Fairies And Their Fairy Dust

I have been in love with fairies for ages
and everything about them.

When I discovered and fell in love with La Table de Nana
I realized she was also a fan of fairies.
Everything about Monique's blog has a touch
of magic to it.

Every time I use my cursor on her beautiful
blog, I am reminded of the magic of fairies
so I decided to Google how to add fairy dust
to my cursor.

Step by step instructions were given
by Jayeesh
and she even gave the codes for changing
the color of the fairy dust which is important
if you have a light colored background like I do.
Click here for the color codes.

I can't wait until the garden fairies return to my garden.
I captured all of these images in past summers.

I hope if you are a believer in fairies, this will help you too.
I will be posting with
Tips and Tutorials

Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.


  1. I'm a believer! Love the purple fairy dust, Jacqueline. And I couldn't agree more about Monique's blog - truly magical! ~ Sarah

  2. I didn't know we had fairies in common, besides purple!
    Fairies live in my gardens and in the house. I've been reading stories about the wee folk to the grands for years, making fairy wands and bags of fairy dust to put under pillows. Thanks for the tips Jacqueline.
    I believe.

  3. OmG this is so awesome! Love it Miss Jacqueline!

  4. There are fairies everywhere in the garden! I love the fairy dust.

  5. I do believe in fairies too! Love your fairy dust cursor... Thanks for the link to a new lovely blog!

  6. I had fun playing with the fairy dust -I love it!

  7. I also believe in faries, that's why I make these sculptures :)

  8. Nice tip, Jacqueline!

    I've seen the fairydust in some blogs and wondered...

    I believe in Fairies with purple fairydust ;)

    Thank you for sharing,

  9. Nice touch Jacqueline. I also have the fairy dust. I am always bringing different things to my blog. Fairies are magical. You never commented on the blog header I designed for you. Maybe you didn't see it.

  10. I noticed before I even read your post. I moved the cursor to get it out of the way and thought..."how did she do that"? I agree...fairies are magical.

  11. I agree with you Jacqueline. It's always a treat to visit Monique's wonderful blog. I love the fairy dust that is sprinkled off the cursor and always wondered how to do that. I hope I will see fairies appear in my garden this spring.

  12. Good Morning Jackie,

    Wow! I am a great believer of Lady Fairy.

    Always and forever. Does this mean, she will scatter her dust over D'Box I keep my fingers X.

    Have a blessed Sunday with your lovely family.

    Hugs from Stockholm,
    /CC girl

  13. Jackie,
    Such fun, I have always wondered how to do this, as well! Do you remember the movie "the Gnome Mobile" by Disney? that was one of my favorite movies as a child and I so badly wanted to find a gnome or a faory or a pixie or anything like that to be friends with. I love the flower fairy images and the sweet idea of garden fairies, I have yard lights my girls call the fairy lights that we have used in our yard....and they do look magical!
    Love your fairies and I know they will have a beautiful summer in your backyard....

  14. Monique's blog is full of magic, isn't it! I can't wait to be able to see my garden again.


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