The Un-Enchanted Fairy/ Getting Along In Divided Times

There was this Swiss fairy named Berchtold; a grumpy Barbegazi, a helpful and shy, white-furred man with large feet. Berchtold came upon St. Gall, the Irish Monk, who traveled into the mountains to escape the complaining parishioners who frequented his hermitage.  Often, like cats and dogs, the townspeople disagreed about how the village should beContinue reading “The Un-Enchanted Fairy/ Getting Along In Divided Times”

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Fae Book Stop: How “You” Doin?”

At dawn, I looked out the window into the morning light and thought about my to-do list with the determination to push forward and accomplish my tasks. I thought about yesterday, and how the pandemic syndrome stuff crept in and I lost my energy earlier in the day than usual.  As the day meandered on,Continue reading “Fae Book Stop: How “You” Doin?””

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Enchantment for Pandemic Fatigue

Alas, there is a lot in my Pandemic day-to-day routine that remains on a back burner. Enchantment is not one of them! So if you love Enchantment try these four movies that remind us that all is not visible to the human eye. Three are free to watch on Youtube! If you want to reallyContinue reading “Enchantment for Pandemic Fatigue”

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Fairy Facebook Cheat Sheet

Hello Enlightened Fairy World Explorers, I’m a huge fan of re-purposing. The question I always ask, lazy that I am? How can I turn something I’ve spent eons of time creating, like the fairy dioramas, and increase the sharing of knowledge I have acquired about being inventive? If you enjoy looking at creative ideas orContinue reading “Fairy Facebook Cheat Sheet”

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Shakespeare and the Fae

A Midsummer Night’s Dream When reading Shakespeare’s plays The Tempest and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you might be surprised as to how important his fairies are as  principal characters. They are not whimsical fairies. They are not magically availing themselves with magical wands. They do not wear golden tiaras like in the 1935 movie withContinue reading “Shakespeare and the Fae”

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Fairy Door Imaginings

This page was inspired by my friend Paula; who was then inspired by the Naissence Fairy World/The Naissence Fairy Story to place a Fairy door at the bottom of her Mulberry Tree. “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Albert Einstein It is important to stay creative in times of crisis. The Covid-19 pandemic has leftContinue reading “Fairy Door Imaginings”

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Creating Fairy Folk/Thrift Store

Buying fairy folk for Fairy Dioramas from Michael’s, Joann’s, or Hobby Lobby can really get expensive; at about $10 each, even if your using 40% off coupons! I have found that going to thrift stores and treasure hunting for miniatures can be a great way to create a unique fairy world: customized to reflect yourContinue reading “Creating Fairy Folk/Thrift Store”

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