Autumn is such a wonderful time of year. There is such immense beauty and so many wonderful nature crafting supplies to be gathered. We decided use some of the bits of nature we found on a Autumn woodland walk and craft up some bats. Perfect for setting the scene for Halloween!
Deep in the hills of Killaloe, nested amongst a bountiful fairy garden... lives a fairy den.
Come take a peek with me....
The fairy kitchen...
with the stove burning bright with bubbling delights.
All of their treasures collected from their many forest and field journeys, sitting in little acorn cap bowls on their pantry shelf. Stars from the sea, feathers and snails to adorn their home. A queen Anne's lace and maple leaf hearth rug to sit upon.
Flowers and herbs hanging to toss into their magical brews. A shell spoon ready for the stirring.
Wee bark chairs and a turtle shell table atop a daffodil rug... ready to serve fellow fairies some enchanted refreshements.
A Moss covered ladder to carry them up to their bark loft.
A dragonfly sitting quietly by.
A cozy spot to drink tea and soak up the fae wonder...
while the butterflies and dragonflies flit about the flower filled walls.
A daisy rug, a vase full of flowers, a tiny bit of knitting... all awaiting.
A hot cup of tea and a little birch bark book with a a monarch perched upon their acorn cap basket of flowers.
The bird's nest and rose petal chair filled with dandelion fluff.
A quiet stillness... are they here?
High up on the loft rests the fairy bed, bath and vanity.
The canopy bed is laid with silk and feathers with a rose peal pillow filled with moss.
Lanterns hang to keep it all alit.
A shell and bark vanity with a snail shell of flowers.
Flowers all around.
Magic flowing freely.
With many a fine friend to share in the beauty.
Thank you for joining me. Hope you soaked up some delicious fairy magic.