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Fairy Swords & Staffs (hand-carved from holly, perfect for your fairy)  RSS feed

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I harvest the holly from my property, and hand carve little swords and staffs for the little fairies to weild.

If you would like a holly staff or sword, I can make one for you!

I'll try to get better pictures of just the swords/staffs, but, all of the one's I have made, have found new homes. Here's the pictures I have that feature them:

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It will take approximtely 3 weeks for me to custom-make a fairy + dragon. If you need them ASAP, moosage me, and I might be able to make it quicker.
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$3.00 via Paypal $10.00 via Paypal

Other Items I Have for Sale:
  • Fairies (made to order, Waldorf-style little fairies)

  • Child's fairy+dragon combonation

  • Dragons (made-to-order, wool needle felted dragons. Perfect size for your fairy to ride!)

  • Small Pouch (made-to-order, wool felted bags perfect for marbles, dice and other trinkets)

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