How to see faeries

How to see faeries

Recently, I have been revisiting the classic pop-up book, How to see faeries by John Matthews and Brian Froud. As the title suggests, the book is a guide to seeing faeries. I cordially invite you to read on more to learn more about the book. How do you meet faeries?...
A Nearer Moon

A Nearer Moon

I read this magical tale called A Nearer Moon for children by Melanie Crowder over the weekend and thought I would share. Luna’s challenge Luna is a young girl who lives in a village raised on stilts alongside a river and dam.  All of her life she has heard...
Verbena, the fairy

Verbena, the fairy

In my garden live six fairy sisters, called Verbena, Daisy, Mabel, Elidih, Violet and Lily. The sisters spend much time looking after my plants. They also love to play magical games like throw the wand and seek. Verbena, the Fairy Verbena, the oldest sister, is named...
Making Art with the Fairies

Making Art with the Fairies

Making art with the fairies can truly be a magical experience.  Recently, I decided to create a fairy journal to record my encounters with my little garden friends. As I continue to stitch the pages of my journal together, I have begun to play with my watercolour...
Two New Friends in My Fairy Garden

Two New Friends in My Fairy Garden

This morning I was delighted to see two new friends in my fairy garden; can you guess who they might be? I will give you a couple of clues: they both can fly; one is known for their laugh, while the other is an honorary fairy, although a wren. Did you guess that my...