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    Faeries

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    Maeve’s (Irish Goddess) themes are fairies, magic, protection, leadership, and justice (law). Her symbols are birds and gold. As the Fairy Queen, Maeve oversees today’s merrymaking among the citizens of fey during their Fairy Gatherings. She also attends to human affairs by providing protection, wise leadership and prudent conventions. Works of art depict Maeve with golden birds on Her shoulders, whispering magical knowledge into Her ear.

    Goddess Maeve | Journeying to the Goddess

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    How to be a fairy. What a lovely idea!

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    a jar of fairy wings from painted maple keys. (Tell kids the fairies shed their wings every year so it doesn't sound scary or cruel)(I love this idea! I see it in use in jewelry, books, altered objects,dolls....now to traipse through the woods!)

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    Fairy Ring

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    Start attaching-pebbles use hot glue,but if little hands are sticking them down, you can also use a super-strong double-sided tape, such as the type used to lay carpets. It’s entirely up to you how closely you’d like to pack those pebbles, as the grouting you’ll use to finish the effect will fill in any gaps.

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    A great step-by-step instructional on making a fairy door for the garden.

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    DIY Fairy Garden using old windows

    Constructing An Epic Fairy Garden - Unskinny Boppy

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    Make your own fairy garden furniture

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    Fairy Wings

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    Fantasy Film Wing Tutorial

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    30 Elves and #Fairies craft. Getting all set for #Midsummer!

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    Harold Gaze

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    birthstone fairies

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    8 Reasons Why Fairy Tales Are Essential to Childhood

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    Margaret W. Tarrant, "Gates of Fairyland" by sofi01, via Flickr

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    Wonderful

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    Dragon Fairy

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    • Denice Garrou Author
      Denice Garrou Author

      Don't know if you have a FB page, but a lot of pagan people have been joining mine, it is turning into a community of sharing..and I am inviting everyone like minded to come and discuss, or find advice, or ask for help...it is in the beginning stages but it looks promising....check it out to see if it might be something you would like to be part of to share and talk. Blessings Denice

    • Jonni Shannon
      Jonni Shannon

      Gave up FB several months ago, but can access thru a friend, will check it out, thanks!

    Fairy Night Song

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    Faeries ~ In Celtic lore, they're the Gentry, the Good People, the Good Neighbors or the Wee Folk.

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    An adorable plan for a fairy home.

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    cellophane faerie wings tutorial.

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    the fae star and explanations of each point's meaning. interesting read!

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    Believe ♥

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    Come away, O human child: To the waters and the wild with a fairy, hand in hand, For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand ~William Butler Yeats

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    DYI Fabric Fairy wings

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