DIY Fairy Houses

FairyRoom has collected ideas for fairy furnishings, but for more ambitious architects, we present Part 2 in our fairy-sized Friday set of articles: tips for constructing a fairy house! Whether to play ...
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Fairies in the Garden, a Garden for the Fairies

Many artists depict fairies in wild gardens. FairyRoom staffers love the idea of keeping an area of your garden beautiful but slightly unkempt. John Anster Christian Fitzgerald’s, Titania and Bottom, (featured in ...
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Green Fairy Accoutrements

The drinking of absinthe is often very ritualized activity, involving specialty spoons, glasses, sugar cubes, and other beautifully decorated paraphernalia. You don’t have to be a vintage-lover to appreciate the delicacy ...
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For the Love of Gnome

Gnomes are often depicted as jovial little men wearing red hats and a wide belt. The iconic red gnome cap is a folklore detail that originates from ancient Mediterranean fisherman tradition. ...
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Fairy Footwear, From Brownie-Sized to My Size

Folklore names the common Brownie (also known as the House Fairy, the Hob, or to Lowland Scots, the Urisk) to be a helpful fairy, hurrying about while the household sleeps performing ...
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Fairy-Sized Candles

The tiniest of lights, hardly bigger than a firefly. Acorn cap candles burn for mere minutes — one might imagine that it would be barely enough time for a tiny creature ...
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