Contemporary Fairy Wands

We love the traditional materials used for fairy wands, but who says you have to stick with convention? Creative artists have taken fairy flight with new approaches for wandmaking. This Gorgeous Wish Keeper Flourite ...
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Fanciful, Fairylike Bodices

Attach a stunning bodice with halter tie, combine a harmonious combination of silk, organza, chiffon and lace to make up the skirt, and the result is the Pixie Dress (pictured below) by Belinda of Romantic Threads ...
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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 with or display, ...
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Fairy Furniture For Day-To-Day Fantasy Play

Fairy folklore is full of chance meetings in a spring time meadow or twilight glen, or run-ins while traveling, but what about the day to day life of the fae? How do they furnish ...
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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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Flower-Inspired Fairy Masks

The color green has long been associated with Nature; all things ripening, verdant; and manifesting fertile, new growth. The Green Man of Celtic legend, as described by Gary R. Varner was an entity that was both ...
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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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Fairy Dolls of Paper

A paper fairy doll has many incarnations. It can emerge from a booklet or a digital download pattern. It might come with accessories. It might be a pre-assembled decoration, static or moveable, meant for ...
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Sculpted Paper Fairy Dolls

These are not your daughter’s paper dolls. These are better. Paper fairy dolls, sculpted using either papier mâché (French for “chewed paper”) or Japanese paper-clay (a mixture of boiled water and paper mixed with ...
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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 and care that ...
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