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What cha gonna do with Fairies?

February and Faeries, has a nice ring to it.  

With the Faeire Song Stamps we are using this month, I thought I would highlight some of the AlteredPages Fairy collages and history of Fairies.  click on the photos to find them at AlteredPages.com

Fairies can be sweet, stunning, dark and silly.   Faerie Song Stamps proves that with the amazing selection they offer.



Did you know there is a Spell for seeing Fairies?  

Fairy Spell



One of the most Famous Fairy Artists is Cicely Mary Barker, 

(28 June 1895 – 16 February 1973) an English illustrator best known for a series of fantasy illustrations depicting fairies and flowers. Barker's art education began in girlhood with correspondence courses and instruction at the Croydon School of Art. Her earliest professional work included greeting cards and juvenile magazine illustrations, and her first book, Flower Fairies of the Spring, was published in 1923.


We certainly hope you find the Faeries and their cohorts delightful as the Team provides inspired creations for you.


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  1. I love fairires! And that Fairy Dreams is one of my favorite collages.

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  2. I love this being fairy month! Each day it just gets better and better :)

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  3. I love this being fairy month! Each day it just gets better and better :)

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