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 attached to an ...
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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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Midnight Fairy

Jamie from FacePaintingTips.com shows us how to enhance our winged fairy motif with this accessible ...
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On Feathered Wings

Want to capture a little Fantastic finesse of your own? Here are some readily available, respectfully acquired options — no stealing, controlling or vanishing ...
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From Human to Fairy in Four Simple Steps

When Tristan and I arrived at Faerieworlds on Friday afternoon, we were wearing jeans and plain tank tops, which was both uncomfortable—it was way to hot for jeans!—and embarrassing—we had entered a world of ...
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On Winged Couture, this Firebird Soars

FairyRoom's Community Spotlight is on Noelle Faulker, proprietress of Firebird Fae Couture. Noelle loves creating Fantastic textiles, with a specialty in exquisite fairy wings. Her approach of burning the edges of silk fabric for ...
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One Man’s Utter Devotion To His Granddaughter’s Imagination

To celebrate Father’s Day, we bring to you this fantastic story that we found about a little girl who "lives, eats, sleeps, and breathes fairies," and the day she gave her grandfather flying ...
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What Happens With Wings…

It was years ago, at the Folklife Festival in Seattle, when Noelle Faulkner of Firebird Fae Couture witnessed what wings can ...
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This Small Boutique is Big in Fae

Handmade candles © Marjorie Dulaney FairyRoom's Fantastic Community Spotlight is on Marjorie Dulaney, the owner of Magickal Things, a boutique that features her artwork and products ranging from wands and spells to books and curios to jewelery and handmade, ...
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