Dia is the Day of The Dead Fairy. She got her name because Dia is Spanish for Day. Dia’s busiest day of the year is November 2nd. It is when she leaves Fairy Land and heads to Mexico to celebrate the awakening of souls. The rest of the year, she likes to travel and meet people so that they know more about the holiday that she represents. She loves flowers and bright colors. If you are looking for her, all you need to do is call out her name and she will go to you.
Teelie’s Fairy Garden began with a love for all things fairy garden. The enchantment that a fairy garden brings to one’s life is incomparable.
As fairy garden draws out fairies from their natural hiding places, it also attracts them to our lives, which they bless with love and magic throughout their stay in our fairy gardens. These fairy gardens become a second home for our fairy friends, who grace us with their magical presence.