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FaerieCon West Goes Global for 2013 Good Faerie and Bad Faerie Balls

Faeries, sprites, time travelers and their kindred spirits are buzzing, planning, scheming and dreaming about the festivities that lie ahead. FaerieCon West 2013 is...
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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....
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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 do....
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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...
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Behind the Masks

Cyndy Salisbury, a self-taught mask maker, showcases her exquisitely detailed masks in her Etsy shop, The Art of the Mask. Drawing inspiration from numerous...
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For Your Imagination: Needle-Felted Waldorf Dolls

What do fairies look like? In Waldorf doll-making tradition, faces are nondescript and left entirely to interpretation. Thus Waldorf fairy dolls can take on...
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Fairy and the Machine: Steampunk Necklaces

Why have you put fairies on my steampunk jewelry? Why, because it looks Fantastic! This genre of pseudo Victorian era jewelry renders utilitarian objects...
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Fairy Cupcake Topper Decorations

Adding a touch of enchantment to your next batch of cupcakes can be easy without resorting to Disney or something so cartoonish it's hard...
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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...
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