Mischief Managed!

“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.” A prankster’s boast for sure, but in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, it’s much more. When Fred and George Weasley demonstrate the Marauder’s ...
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Victorian Steampunk Jewelry

Steampunk is heavily influenced by the romantic and overly-ornate Victorian era fashion, which can be seen clearly in steampunk’s use of Victorian-style bodices, top hats, high necklines and collars, and carefully tailored clothing. We’ve ...
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A Visit to Dreadful Falls, USA

Bethany and Stacia of Dreadful Falls, USA visually transform fantasy enthusiasts with their unique fantasy hair creations. Dread falls, ribbon falls, and much ...
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Dark Fairy Costuming: Eyes and Ears

Tomorrow is FaerieConWest’s Bad Faerie Ball… Whether your version of Dark Fairy involves full regalia or just a few awesome accents, this pairing of Fantastic eye makeup (DIY tutorial below) and winged ears (small, ...
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Delicate Fairy Headpieces

Become fairy royalty with this courtly Queen of Roses Wreath Headpiece (at right) in peach colored roses with flecks of golden thread and blue ribbon by Jeanette Cotton of Ladies Knight. Made with ribbon and ...
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Woven Cloak of Elvin Kind

You certainly don’t have to stop enjoying the enchantment of dress-up and make-believe just because Halloween is over. There is a wonderful world of myth a child might find cloaked for an adventure of ...
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Alluring Neckpieces to Accompany your Fairy Wear

Some parts of an elf, fairy, or otherwise magical costume might just as easily appear in mainstream wear. But imagining such accessories in a fairy world context opens up myriad possibilities. Below we’ve highlighted ...
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Last-Minute Fairy, Gnome, and Hobbit Costumes for the Whole Family

Halloween as a celebration of costume and make-believe does not enjoy a lengthy history. The earliest recorded mention of donning a costume is around the year 1900. According to Wikipedia, “early costumes emphasized the ...
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31 Days of Fairy Costumes

Every day this month, we’ve featured a different Fantastic costume on FairyRoom’s Tumblr. Below is a gallery of everything we’ve posted!   Horned Warrior via Custom Costume Company   Troll via Helen Budniatsky   ...
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Fairy and the Machine: Steampunk Necklaces

Why have you put fairies on my steampunk jewelry? Why, because it looks Fantastic! This genre of pseudo Victorian era jewelry renders utilitarian objects ...
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