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Fairies

"And as the seasons come and go, here's something you might like to know. There are fairies everywhere: under bushes, in the air, playing games just like you play, singing through their busy day. So listen, touch, and look around - in the air and on the ground. And if you watch all nature's things, you might just see a fairy's wing." ~Author Unknown

Who doesn't love a fairy? Fairies are a big deal at our house. We have wings, wands and fairy dust all over the place. Here's one of the fairies that lives with us...

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(this fairy likes to wear Crocs..)

You can imagine my pure delight yesterday when I was handpicked by the Gum Chewin' Fairy to be her first apprentice in her new "Fairies in Training" program! Yipppeee doodles! (I'm blushing...shy smile...)

The lovely Gum Chewin' Fairy is currently accepting other Fairies in Training so hurry on over to Fairy Dust and Bubblegum to see what it's all about!

Thank you, Gum Chewin' Fairy for having faith in me!

Fairies visit our house daily. We have flower fairies, the Tooth Fairy, the Pumpkin Fairy in the fall and more. We like to play fairy games and make fairy crafts. Since we are in a fluttery fairy mood here at Bee and Rose today, I thought I might share a few whimsical fairy finds with you.

My little fairy and I are going to build a fairy house this spring. We found these darling fairy doors to add to our fairy cottage...

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You can find these little charmers at Hearthsong. Here's a little list of things you can use to craft your cottage...

*Twigs, branches, bark, pinecones, acorns
*Flowers, dried rosebuds, moss
*Pebbles, shells, tiny woodland creature figurines
*Sculpey clay to make fairy furniture (or use dollhouse furniture)
*A tiny wishing well

I am making a tiny sign for our cottage with this quote on it. (Actually, I think I'll make a bigger one for me too!)

"Hand in hand, with fairy grace, Will we sing, and bless this place." ~William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

You can use a shoebox, build at the base of a tree, put in a garden, etc. Let your imagination run wild! (sparkle, sparkle, fairy dust all around!)

What about you? Do you have any special fairies where you live? I would love to hear all about your fairy magic!

Remember all you need is "Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust" to let your Fairy flag fly! So grab your wings, wands and fairy dust, and go spread a little Fairy magic across the land!


Comments

Debbie said…
Hearthsong is a great resource for creative parenting. And we sure had lots of fairies around for many years. I think they have moved over to your house now.
sandy said…
I hear (from the fairies that reside at my house) that Crocs are an essential part of fairy attire!
Have a great weekend!
Jillene said…
Aaaawwww....what a cute fairy!! I have 2 fairies at my house.
How cute is your fairy? i used to have 2 fairies but they shed their fairy wings and chose the long and winding path of rock star wanna be's...ah parenthood!
Nerdy Jess said…
awe, thats super cute!
MindyLew said…
I remember when the fairies used to visit my home but now they have fluttered off. My home is just to empty for them now - not much here but human dust. I sure do miss their fairie dust though!! I am glad to see that they are now visiting your home - Enjoy & tell them "hi" for me. :)
Claire said…
What a cute fairy you have! And I am just loving those little fairy doors, I had no idea there was such a thing to be had. How fun!
Michele said…
Ah, how darling! I am just finishing writing a post about my laundry fairy. :-) She's a fiesty one.

Thank you for your supportive comments and your little visit on my big, bloggy day! :-)
Great idea! We have a croc-wearing fairy at our house too.
Cammie said…
I looooove fairies. More then my daughter I think. I was so flipping excited when Tinkerbelle came out and she was just eh...I have fairy wings for her and she says eh. no fun.
blueviolet said…
That is absolutely darling! Hearth Song has so many magical items. Love it!

And the only reason you think my post is funny is because it's not YOUR mom and you're not the one hiding in shame and embarrassment.
Femin Susan said…
I love fairies.but I am surprised about a pumpkin fairies in your house! at present in my house I am the fairy(pumpkin!)thanks for sharing..
Cheers!!
Lana said…
Awe. Your fairy is adorable. I hear crocs are the new "it thing" for fairies these days.
I love thos little fairy doors. SO cute!!
Kristina P. said…
Dawn, thank you so much for your flattering comment! Your blog is adorable! I LOVE your header and background.

I will be back!
grace said…
Hi Bee and Rose, it is my first visit here and I found your blog very interesting and enchanting. I like your theme and I enjoyed reading your post. :)
pam said…
What a beautiful little fairy you have living at your house. (and the crocs too, I hear it is what all the hip fairies are wearing these days)

I love fairies as well, have you seen the fairy pictures on my sidebar?

Super cute post!!

Love you!
Brenda Jean said…
Ohhhhh...I love fairies too. I found your blog from The Gum Chewing Fairy. It's lovely!
LORI said…
YOUR FAIRY IN CROCS IS A SUPER CUTIE! MY FAIRY IS SUCH A TOMBOY THE CLOSEST WE EVER GOT TO WINGS WAS A BUZZ LIGHTYEAR COSTUME! SO GLAD YOU POST SO OFTEN, ALWAYS SOMETHING FUN TO READ! ROCK ON, MY CYBER-FRIEND!
SMOOCHES, LORI
Kristen Andrews said…
oh that is just about the cutest thing ever!
Me said…
Wow! First of all Thank You for the shout-out! I'm honored that you are so willing to play along!

Who would have known when I started this little adventure as the "Gum Chewin' Fairy" that I would find you! I love the little fairy accessories! Too Too Cute!

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