Where to Order Fairy Collectibles
|Fairy Finery |
One of the hardest decisions I had to make for the link to this site is what image to use. Everything here is so enchantingly beautiful. Your child's imagination will light up with these magical accessories. The products are delightful, and the colors are perfect. Besides wings, they make Fairy Whimsy Bags™, wands, and other fairy finery. Visit for a look and the name of a retailer near you. You can also order directly from them via a toll free number.
More than pure fable, this site is pure pleasure! They carry so many brands of fairies, and other fantasy items, that you'll want to stay for a while. Among the artists represented are Jessica Galbreath, Jasmine Becket-Griffith, Nene Thomas, Cicely Mary Barker, and Amy Brown. They carry the Faerie Glen line, Woodland Fairies, and a large collection of Tree Free card sets. CHECK BACK SOON FOR A SPECIAL OFFER FOR FAIRYWEB GUESTS ONLY!
Beautiful sculptures are hand made from polymer clay. Each is an individually made original. The faces, finger and toe nails are hand painted and feathers, paper and silk ribbon, dried flowers, glass beads, Austrian crystals and a pinch of fairy dust are added to magically form a unique creation that appears to be from the " Land of Faerie" itself !
|My Fairy Baby|
This site features artwork and more by some of the worlds most beloved fantasy artists, as well as other products for your baby and toddler hand chosen for their magical nature. My Fairy Baby is your source for unique items and gifts for the magical child in your life."
Faerywoods features the faery and fantasy art of Michelle Campbell. Her work is featured on a number of items including prints, greeting cards, ceramic tiles, mugs, journals, keychains and much more. A must see for the fairy collector.
You'll find lots of different collectibles at this EBAY site. Among them are the Dezine Fairies, the Gallo pewter fairies, and a miniature fairy tea set.
|Mare Infinitus - Art by Maria J. William|
NOTE: SOME TASTEFUL NUDITY. When I saw the art of this talented woman my first thought was just how very "real" it was. It's different and stands out from the usual. Take a visit and you'll see what I mean. I've used one example of her fairies here, but be prepared...some are the complete opposite - but just as perfect.
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