Where to Order Fairy Collectibles
|Wee Folk Studio|
What a delight it was to visit here. Salley Mavor has a lot of treats for you. There are notecards, kits for making your own fairies, and books. You'll be enchanted!.
|Mufu's Rabbitry Cross Stitch|
This site offers several fairy cross stitch patterns that are inspired by a turn-of-the-century children's book illustrator, Millicent Sowerby, whose most famous work is Alice in Wonderland. She illustrated a series of six flower fairies, and several are available in cross stitch patterns here.
|Pixie Forest Nursery & Tree Care|
This is a new type of listing for my fairy pages - they don't sell fairies, just plants that are protected by them. They specialize in Hostas - and have over 1200 varieties. The home of the owners, Dan & Lu Nelson, is called Faewood. Fairies love forests and plants so this is a natural place to find them. Check out their reference material page to learn how to make a fairy garden. Lu has put together a paper that shows what they look like and how fun they are to make. I know I'm building one when I move. Visit their online store.
|Just For Kids|
Among the thousands of books for and about kids offered at this special store you'll find a few about fairies, along with fairy craft books, stickers,and paper dolls.
|Fairy Art by Brigid Ashwood |
Brigid Ashwood is one of the internet's most popular fairy and fantasy artists. Her work can be seen in the book Watercolor Fairies, online, in retail stores on the internet and brick and mortar stores, and is widely collected. Her product line includes sterling and gold fine fairy jewelry, t-shirts, mugs, collectible tiles, notecards, jewelry boxes, bookmarks, magnets, keychains, cross-stitch patterns and more!
|Eden Studios - Lisa Jane's Magical Images |
You'll find treasures here featuring the work of Lisa Jane. Her real-children-as-fairies work is well known to many. Besides her prints you'll find figurines, dolls, music boxes, collector plates, stationary, and more. New items include Art Catchers and Candle Holders.
|Once Upon a Dream|
Carol McBride was raised on stories of fairies and leprechauns. Working with clay she found she could call upon memories of childhood stories and sculpt the fairies of her youth. Her sculptures capture an innocence that has been forgotten by too many. Each one is unique and yet as familiar as our dreams.
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