Midsummer is a powerful time for The Wee Folk. To discover the portal to their world, you must walk nine times around a suspected place on a full moon night. They can make themselves visible or invisible and can change their shapes and sizes but May Day, Midsummer’s Eve, and Halloween are good times to see them.
Here is the Pine Nymph caught in one of my custom cigar shadowboxes. Some are so fragile they need to be protected behind glass.
Here, The Fairy Nurse is cradled in a picture frame shadowbox. This was a custom made shadowbox crafted by a Maine woodworker. Each one of my Wee Folk dresses come with a back story, which you can simply look up on my website Journal by viewing the right hand column.
A trio of custom one-of-a-kind fairy dresses and shadowboxes ($55-$65).
This fairy dress, made from red and white birch bark, with a reindeer moss cummerbund and bramble skirt is encased within a vintage box behind glass. It has mounting hardware on the back to hang upon the wall or can just sit on a shelf. One of a kind. $65. Contact me if you want more info.
Tonic of the Woods
the inspiration behind the creations
Photos, stories and concept ©Kay Stephens
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