Charles’ Creature Cabinet is home to the creations of Charles Stephan. Charles’ creatures are limited edition ball joint dolls, like the Woodling Faeries and Fauns. There are stories behind the characters, bringing the Woodling world to life.Filed under Gifts & Collectables | Comment (0)
Gary at Faerie Doors makes, of course, Faerie Doors! These lovely little doors are hand sculpted and cast in a special extra durable plaster, then finished with a dash of faerie sparkle. Each door comes with a hanging loop on the back, or they can be installed in your skirting board with a strip of double sided tape.Filed under Gifts & Collectables, Home & Garden | Comment (0)
Handmade in Ireland these cute little fairy dolls make lovely gifts. The ‘Away With the Fairies‘ fairies are stuffed with lavender so they smell lovely, and no two are made to look alike. They can be personalised to suit the occasion, be it birthdays, weddings, or a new baby. Why not spread some fairy love with one of these sweet Valentine fairies? Visitors to Co. Galway can pop into the Secret Garden fairy shop in Kinvara, where you will also find a treasure trove of locally made crafts, clothing and art.Filed under Gifts & Collectables | Comment (0)
If you haven’t already got a calendar for this shiny new year it is not too late to pick up Postcards from Fairyland, a beautifully produced calendar featuring the art of Dorothy Wallace. Featuring Dorothy’s trademark dreamy, vintage-style photography, this is a gorgeous way to keep track of your days. The images are suitable for framing too, so at year’s end you can re-use your favourite images. To purchase a copy please visit Dorothy Wallace’s online store.Filed under Art & Illustration, Gifts & Collectables | Comment (0)
These lovely little faeries in bottles are the work of Magical Oddities. Each one is handmade, coming in a variety of pretty colours for bodies and wings, each with their own little story The bottles are 3″ wide and a little under 4.5″ tall, which gives you an idea of just how dainty the little faery inside is. They are looking for homes where they will get plenty of adoration, so I’m sure all the faery fanciers out there will be willing to oblige…Filed under Gifts & Collectables | Comments (2)
The Figments Studio Collection is designed by Jill Marie Crvich. Inspired by medieval books, Grimm’s fairy tales and antique toys, Jill sculpts each original design, incorporating 3D elements with a faux leather look cover. You can choose from a fairy tale character or framed vintage print, or the lovely ‘Once Upon A Time’ design. Each journal features 100% recycled unlined paper and is finished with gilded page edges, a satin bookmark, and a vintage button and cording closure. Jill also offers coordinating desk accessories, so you can sit down to record those important memories in true fairy tale style.Filed under Gifts & Collectables | Comment (1)
Textile artist Jenny G Drayton makes these beguiling fairies and pixies from rare-breed sheep wool and silk, with dried moss, flowers, crystals and charms added as appropriate, making every fairy unique. Each fairy comes with a beautifully presented scroll telling their story and an adoption certificate from the Saddleworth Fairy Sanctuary. Also in the shop are lovely handmade fairy nests, fairy favours, fairy first aid kits and more. You can follow the adventures of the fairies on the Fairy Sanctuary blog.Filed under Gifts & Collectables | Comment (0)
Moondragon Cards stock a wonderful selection of faerie greetings cards for all occasions. Designs include work by artists like Chris Down, Jessica Galbreth, Linda Ravenscroft, Josephine Wall, and Octavia Cheetham. They also carry a selection of faerie prints, clothing, gifts and jewellery.
And if you are an artist interested in licensing your work for greetings cards, check out their sister company Needs to be Seen for submission details.
I am completely in awe of these beautiful fantasy dolls from Soom Emporium. The newest release is Shoshon-The First Cánë, shown above. Previous monthly limited edition dolls include Centaur Epidos, Aphan the Faun and Chalco the Forest King. Sadly for me they come with an equally impressive price tag, so I can only admire from afar, but if you happen to have the money there are probably far worse things you could spend it on!Filed under Gifts & Collectables | Comment (0)