Fairy Dust

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Items needed: A blender or coffee grinder, silver glitter, dark blue jar, three silver coins, silver paint or asilver marker, and the following dried herbs ground into a fine powder: 1 tbsp. woodruff 1 tbsp. clover 1 tbsp. rose petals 1 tbsp. jasmine 1 Tbsp. meadowsweet Place the powder into the dark blue jar. On the outside of the jar, …

Fairy Magick

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  Because fairies are connected to nature, their spells are usually performed outdoors. A small brook, a secret lily pond, the base of your favourite tree, or a field of wildflowers all make excellent settings for fairy magick. Even large, lush window boxes, overflowing with fragrant herbs and delicate blossoms, can serve as a haven for the wee folk. Fairy …

Fairies

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Please Scroll to the end of the Story for Audio Compliment Fairies are magickal creatures endowed with the powers of shapeshifting and invisibility. They dwell in an invisible kingdom known as middle or lower earth. Often depicted as small humanoid beings with diaphanous wings, they look like tiny angels. However, they are not angels, they are unpredictable, and they can …

Fairy Ring

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 A natural mushroom fungus that grows in dark rings on grass and turf. In folklore it is said to be the site where fairies and witches meet at night to dance and sing. The mushroom is inedible—and animals tend to shun it—and has a reddish, buff or tawny cap. It is common in Europe, the British Isles and North America …