Where to Order Fairy Collectibles
You are about to enter a world of enchantment, where the imagination has no boundries. The art of James Browne is sure to touch the child in you. This is some of the most beautiful and magical artwork I've ever seen. No more words from me, the images speak for themselves.
|Marcia Peterson's Garden Fairies|
Welcome to the imagination of Marcia Peterson. Her faeries are all hand sculpted and each is an original work of art, no two alike. Special orders are welcome for specific names, colors of hair, dress, etc. These make a great keepsake for that special someone, and all are collectors items.
|The Enchanting Lair|
Enchanting Lair's commitment is to create a fresh new look in cross-stitch offering the stitcher a wide variety of innovative designs. Using the designs of artist Amy Brown and Nene Thomas, among others, they have a wide selection of fairy patterns for you to chose from.
Here is where you find all those fun items such as fantasy clocks, pewter figures, keychains, puzzles, greeting cards, suncatchers, bookends, postcards, stickers, waterglobes, music and much more! If you're hunting for a fairy or fantasy gift, this is the place to look.
|Elysian Fields Originals |
OOAK figurative fantasy art and sculpture by New England artist Valerie Ashley who is known for her whimsical representations of faeries, mermaids, sprites and other wonderous creations.
|The Fairy Shoppe|
The entrance to this online store says "Everything faerie you could ever dream of!". That's the truth! There's a load of free faery goodies such as quotes, fonts, e-cards, and graphics. It's also the home of the Faery Believers Club. Then there's the Fairy Shoppe itself. From wings and fairydust and wands to candles, jewlery and stickers, you are sure to find a lot of magic here.
This British company specializes in wallpaper borders and stickers for decorating children's rooms. Besides the fairy border and stickers, you'll find elves, knights and ladies, and even the Lady of the Lake. Turn your child's bedroom into a dream.
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