Leave a comment with your fairy name. #fairy #garden #spring

Leave a comment with your fairy name. #fairy #garden #spring

What is a bookshelf other than a treasure chest for a curious mind...

What is a bookshelf other than a treasure chest for a curious mind...

Galagasco the lazy Gnome by the Picsees (www.thepicsees.com)

Galagasco the lazy Gnome by the Picsees (www.thepicsees.com)

David the gnome -- I used to watch this cartoon when I was little and could not think of the name of it!

David the gnome -- I used to watch this cartoon when I was little and could not think of the name of it!

"It's very important to always read a bedtime story ... else how would your dreams know where to begin" by thePicSee

"It's very important to always read a bedtime story ... else how would your dreams know where to begin" by thePicSee

*NOME - Is that your name...? Very appealing face!

*NOME - Is that your name...? Very appealing face!

Fantasy Wire Fairies Sculptures                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Fantasy Wire Fairies Sculptures More

One of a kind miniature artdoll 112th by Tatjana Raum by chopoli

One of a kind miniature artdoll 1:12th by Tatjana Raum dollhouse size

One of a kind miniature artdoll 112th by Tatjana Raum by chopoli

Lunatishee (Scottish) - Wingless faeries that look like demons and which protect the Blackthorn Trees from invaders. They are covered in sharp poisonous thorns and they can also fire their thorns at enemies. They are mostly active during the night as their name implies. They absolutely hate humans and attack them on sight. They stand half as tall as a Gnome. (Fun Fact: Almost all D&D Devils and Demons look like random mythological creatures!)

Lunatishee (Scottish) - Wingless faeries that look like demons and which protect the Blackthorn Trees from invaders. They are covered in sharp poisonous thorns and they can also fire their thorns at enemies. They are mostly active during the night as their name implies. They absolutely hate humans and attack them on sight. They stand half as tall as a Gnome. (Fun Fact: Almost all D&D Devils and Demons look like random mythological creatures!)

Elf Queen   Maxine Gadd

Elf Queen Maxine Gadd

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