Floral Fairy Makeup Tutorial

If you’re ready to find your true colors, Julie from MissChievous.com presents this tutorial to create a floral fairy in vibrant, primary colors. With or without accessories, you’ll stand out in ...
Continue reading →

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 ...
Continue reading →

Forest Fairy Makeup

 “Once upon a time in the enchanted forest lived an enchanted Forest Fairy…” so begins this whimsical makeup tutorial by Bebexo on creating this sweet green fairy look. [Advertisement may run ...
Continue reading →

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 ...
Continue reading →

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 ...
Continue reading →

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 ...
Continue reading →

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 ...
Continue reading →

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 ...
Continue reading →

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 ...
Continue reading →

Sugar Plum Fairy Dolls

Few fairy characters are as widely known as the Sugar Plum Fairy. Popularized by composer Peter Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker Suite, the Sugar Plum Fairy has little documented history before the ...
Continue reading →