love faeries

How to feel like a faerie queen/king

*Fill your life with flowers

*Wear natural colors and dress according to the season

*Use rose water on your skin and in your hair

*Laugh often; laugh loudly and without inhibition

*Use a silk or satin pillow case

*Wear perfumes with lavender or rose or musk or citrus

*Put flowers (real or fake) in your hair

*Decorate your bed with ivy vines and roses

*Take a bath with coconut milk, honey, and olive/coconut oil

*If your hair is long, put it up

*If your hair is short, brush it differently–puckishly

*Eat a nutritious vegetarian meal

*Go for a long walk in nature

*Let the sun shine on your face

*Go barefoot if you can

*Dance without caring what you look like

*Kiss someone you love

*Spend time on skin care every day

*Use natural skin care products

*Make a clay mask with bentonite clay and rose water

*Use a body oil and a face oil
Faerie Garden

Plants to grow in your faerie Garden:

Bluebells: Faeries get called to their midnight dances by the ringing of bluebells. Bluebells represent kindness. They symbolize consecrated faery magick grounds. A potent plant for faerie magick.

Buttercup: These flowers help faeries to bring compassion to humans. Buttercups bring healing energy and understanding. 

Carnation: Faeries have a strong love of these. They can strengthen the aura and ones love life.

Clover: Attract Fae.

Cowslips: These are loved and protected by faeries. The flowers are adorred by faeries. 

Daisy: Symbolizes happiness. Useful for attracting faeries. 

Foxglove: A flower associated with faeries and mentioned in faerie folklore. Flowers attract faerie energy.(Very poisonous!)

Fern: Provides the Fae with shelter.

Holly: Holly berries are a favorite food for fairies. 

Lavender: Is used in Elf magick.

Lilac: Its scent attracts the fae.

Morning Glories: Keeps malevolent faeries at bay. 

Mushrooms and Toadstools: Loved by Fae. Circles of mushrooms are considered dangerous.

Pansy: Said to attract faeries.

Rose: Rose bushes are a wonderful way to attract fairies to your garden.  The petals  can be used fairy magic and are especially useful for love spells.

Rosemary: Useful for keeping malicious fairies away, but when burned as incense, it will attract the fae.

Tulips: Adored by faeries.

Violets: Used to attract faeries and in faerie magick.

Make sure to add wildflowers and flowers native to your area!


Things to add:

  • Bird houses, hummingbird feeders, bird feeders, and bird baths.
  • Bee homes, bee waterers, bee baths.
  • Fountain or fish pond
  • Wind chimes and bells
  • A place for offerings
  • Mirrors
  • Shiny stones
  • Faerie homes (Make sure they are made of natural materials only!)
  • Glass/mirrored globes
  • Stained glass
  • Leave out offerings 
  • Shiny beads

For the Anon who requested this :)

==Moonlight==

Crystal Herbalism - Court of Faeries (Crystal Kit)

Enter the Unseelie & Seelie Fae Courts through these stones. A mystical combination that illuminates the fae world.

  • Preseli Bluestone: awakens our past lives, strong protection, and roots you to ancient Celtic magick. 
  • Lodestone: access portals to the past, used to anchor you to the moment while you travel throughout time, and heals your energetic field. 

  • Moonstone: a key to dream travel, opens third eye and crown, provided clarity to visions, and gives you the magick sight to see the unseen. 

Access the hidden realms within your mind and other worlds. A powerful Celtic faerie energy, these stones allow you to experience the magick within and around you.

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“I threw myself into that fire, threw myself into it, into him, and let myself burn.” 🔥


Finally reading this , and it’s so goooood😍

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…it’s the only time I feel safe.

My favorite location in Hannibal – Will’s house in Wolf Trap, Virginia, specifically the front porch. 

by request of @sherlocks-freebitch for this [gif request meme]

While I was commissioning @littlestpersimmon anyway,* I decided to indulge myself and get one of my faerie prince AU Dex.

Fic: The Huntsman and the Bard
Length: 9863 words
Rated: T
Summary: In which Dex is the son of the Autumn Queen, but he tired of leading the Wild Hunt for her, so he escaped to the mortal world. He’s just trying to live a simple, unassuming life, which is going great until one Derek Nurse, travel writer, shows up wanting to do a magazine cover story about his pumpkin farm.

I like to imagine the above illustration is Dex before he ran away, dressed to lead the hunt and not particularly happy about it.

*Go commission them! They have a new puppy and therefore new vet bills to pay.