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 ...
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Dramatic Fairy Masks

Few costume pieces have quite the range of creative interpretation as a face mask. We’ve collected a couple of gorgeous, over-the-top masks to share — each great for stage, in a ...
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Jane Austen with Wings

Fairies weren’t terribly popular in Jane Austen’s Regency England. Fairies would wait another generation, until firmly into the Victorian era, for their PR transformation from pesky to ethereal. Yet fairy wings ...
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Traditional Wood Fairy Wands

Wandlore, illuminated. In his detail-rich article “The Magic Wand“, Renaissance scholar Joseph H. Peterson explores the symbolism of specific woods and gems for wandmaking purposes, as well as presenting some historical ...
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Copper Fairy Wands

Pure copper is soft, which contributes to its high electrical and thermal conductivity — it warms quickly. It is one of only three elemental metals with a natural color other than ...
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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 ...
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Awaken the Wood Nymphs: Earthly Masks

Tree nymphs have been conjured by artists and poets over the ages as shy, light-winged creatures deeply rooted, like a tree itself, to the natural world ...
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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. ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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