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Happy INTERNATIONAL FAIRY DAY!

Oracle of the Fairies by Karen Kay, featuring art by Ginger Kelly.


SOLD-OUT BACK ISSUES NOW AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD!

We’re flying in with another magical treat for you! Seven more digital PDF editions of

FAE magazine (issues 22 to 28) ready for INSTANT DOWNLOAD HERE! For £10 UKP


You can get an individual issue for £2.49 each OR ALL SEVEN for just £10 UKP.



Oracle of the Fairies photographed by Shirlie Kemp

Hi lovely readers! Hope the sun is shining where you are! The weather is beautiful in fairyland here at Fae HQ, and do we have a magical treat for you! Another 7 digital PDF editions of FAE magazine (issues 15 to 21) ready for instant download HERE!


Scroll down to see how you can create you own Faerie Bag with Red Fran of Enchanted Atelier!


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HOW TO MAKE A FAERIE BAG! 

In this newsletter we show you how to make your own faerie bag in another amazing tutorial from Red Fran, which featured in the sold-out issue 15. This edition is available as a PDF digital download if you wish to read it. See all PDF editions HERE.

INSTRUCTIONS

MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED: Fabric stripes (any fabric is ok, soft material is easier is to work with). Strong thread and a needle One button.

Cut (or rip) your fabric into strips. Make several strips, no longer than 1 metre. Make a braid using 3 strips at a time. I like to mix glitter thread between my strips. I like to use left-over fabric from the clothes I make, so I can recycle it and use the colours that I like! :-).

Knot one end of your braid and take your meedle and thread and start to sew. You can work in a circle or horizontally, it’s up to you: there’s no standard way to sew it, just be sure that your project is compact and strong. To make this bag work in a circle starting from the bottom, keeping the braids flat.

When finished make another knot at the end of your braid and sew it on the last row at the top. Then add a little strip of fabric to make the button hole and sew the button on to the front of the purse. To make the shoulder belt use aprox. 1,5 meter of braid and sew it on to the purse.

Have fun creating! We’d LOVE to see your results!

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Hi! The new issue is looking lush! We know you are going to love it, and we’ll be doing a cover reveal soon! So keep a look-out!

Meanwhile in fairyland! Fairy finding in the bluebell woods with @karenkayfairy for the special Cottingley Fairies Edition of @faemagazine – Coming very soon!

Fairy  by the super talented Fran Red of enchanted-atelier.net  Forever Fairy dress from @trevor525

As the world is slowly opening it’s fairy doors again we’ll soon be able to ship world-wide, and we really appreciate your patience during these unusual times. We can see a little light at the end of the tunnel though, and the fairies reassure us that all will be well again! In fact, they say all is well now! It’s just a matter of pixie perspective! They remind us to count our blessings daily and be grateful for the things we already have in our lives. .


In this newsletter we show you how to make your own felt-faerie gloves in a tutorial from Red Fran, which featured in the sold-out issue 12. This edition is available as a PDF digital download if you wish to read it. See all PDF editions HERE. Look out for more sold out editions coming soon in PDF format!

 

Visit TheFAEShop.com to download instantly! Only £2.49 each OR a 7 issue bundle for £10 (Lock-Down Offer)

MAKE YOUR OWN FELT FAERIE GLOVES

From issue 12

You will need the following items: * Merino Wool * Bubble Wrap (3 meter long) * Soap * Water * Glove Pattern (fig.6) * Thread – Scissors – needle * Addictional decorations (red lace)

Take the bubble wrap and fold in half with the flat surfaces together. The bubbles should be in contact with the wool. Take the wool and tear it and make a large rectangle, at least 35cm x 80cm Make at least 3 layers, alternating the direction of the wool in each layer.

Make one layer horizontal and one layer vertical. On the last layer the layering of the wool can be mixed. Pour soap and water gently on your wool and wrap it. Roll it gently at the start, then harder at the end for at least 5 minutes (change the direction of the felt every 2 mins). Check if there’s enough soap in your wrap: The soap should ooze from the edges when you are rolling it.

Now for the fun part! Once the felt is thick and strong enough you can slam it with force in a sink for at least 5 mins, then leave to dry. Next, copy out the pattern and cut your felt leaving 1 cm sewing space (N.B. The pattern is half of one glove!). Repeat this process 4 times then sew them together, then you can add extra decoration if required.

 

 

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We hope you are staying enchanted and being creative during the lock-down. This time we share how to make your own magical faerie perfume! From the sold-out issue 10. This edition is available as a PDF digital download if you wish to read it. See all PDF editions HERE. Look out for more sold out editions coming soon in PDF format!

Visit TheFAEShop.com to download instantly! Only £2.49 each OR a 7 issue bundle for £10 (Lock-Down Offer)

MAKE MAGICAL FAERIE PERFUME

From issue 10

The Faery folk love gifts! One of the simplest of presents you can give them is perfume this is best done in the form of infusion oil. This simple method of perfume making can be used to fragrance the body, bath or sprinkled about the home to entice the Faery folk. It can also be used in an oil burner as an offering or used to scent sachets left out for the Fae

1.Gather together some strong smelling flowers and resins, Rose, Lavender and Amber. You’ll need about a handful of each.

2. Grind them down with a pestle and mortar or place them in a paper bag and roll them with a rolling pin.

3. Wet the flowers and resins with a little vodka, brandy or whisky to bring out their scent.

4. Warm some oil (about 2 tbs) in a ladle and add the moistened ingredients.

5. Close the mix up in an air tight jar and leave it there for seven days. After this time strain off the fluid and repeat the process with the left over herbs.

6. Bottle and label if you wish, and enjoy! Or leave as an offering for your fairy friends!

 

 

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 THANK YOU!!! For your contributions for our

VINTAGE FAERIES EDITION

Fairy by Dawn Frogson

FEATURING THE COTTINGLEY FAIRIES CHALLENGE PHOTOS!

The Cottingley fairies have literally taken over this forthcoming edition of FAE! Many of you have been asking how to pre-order, so keep a look out for our newsletters and social media posts for details. As the world is slowly opening it’s fairy doors again we’ll soon be able to ship world-wide, and we really appreciate your patience during these unusual times. We can see a little light at the end of the tunnel though, and the fairies reassure us that all will be well again! In fact, they say all is well now! It’s just a matter of pixie perspective! They remind us to count our blessings daily and be grateful for the things we already have in our lives.

 

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This time we share another “How To” from one of our earlier editions – to help you keep creative during the lock-down. the beautiful Bubbles of the Pixie shows us how to create a Faerie Dream Catcher! Plus there’s still time to enter our Cottingley Fairies Challenge (scroll to the end to see how).

We are super-excited to announce that you can now download, issues 8 to 14 of FAE magazine!

Visit TheFAEShop.com to download instantly! Only £10 (Lock-Down Offer)

DOWNLOAD ISSUES 1 to 7

DOWNLOAD ISSUES 8 to 14

Turn back time! For the first time you can download the first 14 issues of FAE magazine directly onto your computer or device. Experience FAE (Faeries and Enchantment) magazine from our humble beginnings as a tiny acorn! See how FAE has evolved since the first edition back in 2007! More issues will become available soon!


MAKE A FAERIE DREAM CATCHER!

From issue 4 with Bubbles the Pixie

1. You can leave your hoop bare if you prefer that look. I like to wrap 5mm satin ribbon around my hoop because it is an easy way of adding colour to your dreamcatcher and gives a lovely shiny finish. I fix it in place using strong all purpose glue and use a little glue every couple of inches to stop the ribbon from slipping. You can also use wool, embroidery thread or paint to cover your hoop.

2. Tie the thread to your hoop at the top and then at even intervals around the hoop, about every two inches. Leave a bit of slack to create a slight loop, but don’t let it be too loose. Tie the last knot quite close to the first knot to stop a large gap from forming. This is the first row.

3. Continue tying knots around the circle. This time, instead of tying your knot onto the hoop, make your knot in the center of each loop in the first row. Continue round in a spiral until you are left with a small circle in the middle. The circle size is up to you. Thread ribbon around the edge of this circle to give it a more defined look if you wish. You could also add beads too. You can add beads at any point in the weaving process, remember ‘less’ is more!

4. You can hang feathers from it wrap flowers, ivy, or fluff around the hoop, attach butterflys and flowers, or hang crystals or shells etc.These are all things that faeries will love. The possibilities are endless. I have wrapped Ivy around my hoop and a few small flowers which I have made sparkle with a little fairy dust!. The butterfly I’ve added to the middle came from a flower shop (I glittered it myself). And I’ve hung a feather with a small jewel, and some silvery trails made from the thread.

5. Make a loop at the top of your dreamcathcer using some thread. Hang your finished dreamcatcher in the room where you sleep. Hang it above your bed to get the best results. Dreams fly around above your head and are caught in the dreamweb. Good dreams are filtered through your dreamcatcher onto your head, while bad dreams are trapped in the web. Cleanse your dreamcatcher under the light of a full moon to rid it of bad dreams. This should give you a peaceful nights sleep.

6.I hope you have enjoyed creating your very own faerie dreamcatcher. It is a wonderful opportunity to allow your creativity to flow, and they also make excellent gifts for friends and family. Hand-made gifts are always more special and will be a treasured gift forever. Visit Bubbles on Instagram to see her magical wings and mandalas.


Tag us on social media with your wands! HASHTAG #faedreamcatcher @faemagazine 

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DO YOU LOVE MERMAIDS TOO???

We have just released ALL 6 ISSUES FAE’s sea*star magazine:

Mermaids & Mythology!

All of these issues except for issue 4 (we have a few copies available HERE) have sold out! But for the FIRST TIME you can download them all to your computer HERE – Or purchase a single PDF issue to get a flavour of the magazine style and content. There will be a special edition of Mermaid Magazine coming very soon!


 VINTAGE FAERIES EDITION

FEATURING THE COTTINGELY FAIRIES CHALLENGE PHOTOS!

Cottingley Fairy Lock-Down Challenge!

Create a photographic homage to the Cottingley fairies pictures taken by Elsie and Frances. Email your photos to info@faemagazine.com for possible publication by the 7th of May!

Photos can be colour or black/white. We are dedicating AT LEAST 8 PAGES for your contributions! This is the perfect fun thing to do with yourself or your children as you pay homage to the iconic Cottingley images. Does not have to be outdoors, be creative and use your imagination! We look forward to seeing your photos!

CREDITS FOR ABOVE PHOTO:
Photographer: Tim Winter Costumes and MUA: Rosanna Long
Models: Rosanna Long, Emily Barnes and Hannah Wheatley
Fairy Wings and Jewellery: etsy.com/uk/shop/JustAsStrangeAsIAm


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We are super-excited to announce that you can now download to your computer, the first 7 issues of FAE magazine!

Visit TheFAEShop.com to download instantly! Only £10 (Lock-Down Offer)

DOWNLOAD ALL 7 ISSUES OF FAE HERE!

Experience FAE (Faeries and Enchantment) magazine from our humble beginnings! When all the issues were pixie sized! See how FAE has evolved since the first edition back in 2007! More issues will become available soon!


MAKE A FAE WAND!

From issue 3 with Kim Cooper

1. It is not the wand that works it is the practitioner. Your wand is a tool used to direct the users will or intention. Wands are gifts from the trees, it is best never to cut a branch from your chosen tree but to collect a branch that’s already fallen from it. Remember to ask the trees permission It’s also a good idea to leave an offering, water, honey, wine, or crystals are good.

2. Remove the bark from the wood then attach a crystal to the top, you can use any type of crystal that you hold an affinity with I often use rose quartz as it is easily obtainable and is the stone of un- -conditional love and infinite peace. It’s best to wrap strong string around the bottom half of the crystal and onto the wood as this will help keep it in place and will hide the glue.

3. If you have a wood burning pen you can create more meaning to your wand by adding patterns, zodiac signs, runes, wiccan, faery elfin or pagan symbols. Felt tip will also work just as well and you could experiment with different colours on the wood. There really are no rules when it comes to the creation of your wand, so allow yourself to have lots of fun!

4. I often wrap string around the bottom end of the wand as this will give you a better grip/grasp. One of the most wonderful ways to create a powerful piece is to add a memento that has meaning to you; this can be any- -thing, a pebble, ribbon, a bit of fabric or even a twig. Use your imagination as there are no rules, just allow your creativity to flow as you create your wand.

5. The traditional length of a wand is said to be around eighteen inches long. However it’s fine for your wand to be bigger or smaller, whatever you feel ok with is “right” for you. your wand will look lovely when placed upon a faery altar, and will add an extra magical feel to a sacred space. They also make beautiful hand-made gifts.

6. To activate or Charge your new wand hold the wand, focusing on energy flowing out of your hands and into the wand. If you intend to use your wand for magic it’s important to remember magic should always be under taken in the spirit of love and kindness, as negative spells are likely to backfire.

Tag us on social media with your wands! HASHTAG #faewand @faemagazine 

 


DO YOU LOVE MERMAIDS TOO???

We have just released ALL 6 ISSUES FAE’s sea*star magazine:

Mermaids & Mythology!

All of these issues except for issue 4 (we have a few copies available HERE) have sold out! But for the FIRST TIME you can download them all to your computer HERE – Or purchase a single PDF issue to get a flavour of the magazine style and content. There will be a special edition of Mermaid Magazine coming very soon!


 VINTAGE FAERIES EDITION

FEATURING THE COTTINGELY FAIRIES CHALLENGE PHOTOS!

Cottingley Fairy Lock-Down Challenge!

Create a photographic homage to the Cottingley fairies pictures taken by Elsie and Frances. Email your photos to info@faemagazine.com for possible publication by the 1st of May!

Photos can be colour or black/white. We are dedicating AT LEAST 8 PAGES for your contributions! This is the perfect fun thing to do with yourself or your children as you pay homage to the iconic Cottingley images. Does not have to be outdoors, be creative and use your imagination! We look forward to seeing your photos!

CREDITS FOR ABOVE PHOTO:
Photographer: Tim Winter Costumes and MUA: Rosanna Long
Models: Rosanna Long, Emily Barnes and Hannah Wheatley
Fairy Wings and Jewellery: etsy.com/uk/shop/JustAsStrangeAsIAm


FREE 7-DAY TRIAL!

ORACLE OF THE FAIRIES APP

Watch video ad here!

 

Issue 46 FAE (spring/summer 2020) will be a

 VINTAGE FAERIES EDITION

Cottingley Fairy Lock-Down Challenge!

Create a photographic homage to the Cottingley fairies pictures taken by Elsie and Frances. Email your photos to info@faemagazine.com for possible publication by the end of April!

Photos can be colour or black/white. We are dedicating 8 PAGES for your contributions! This is the perfect fun thing to do with yourself or your children as you pay homage to the iconic Cottingley images. Does not have to be outdoors, be creative and use your imagination! We look forward to seeing your photos!

 

CREDITS FOR PHOTO:
Photographer: Tim Winter Costumes and MUA: Rosanna Long
Models: Rosanna Long, Emily Barnes and Hannah Wheatley
Fairy Wings and Jewellery: etsy.com/uk/shop/JustAsStrangeAsIAm


FAE Sponsors Freyia the Arctic Witch Video

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*****This video has been sponsored by FAE Magazine – Faeries and Enchantment by my beloved friends Karen Kay and Michael Tingle. Beyond honoured********

These beings, the vetter…the faeries… have been a very tangible presence in my life since I can remember, i treasure them, they have precious messages to share with us for the very evolution of our species.

*****The ritual performed in this video will offer proper tools on how to have an utiseta session for the purpose of connecting with the vetter/fairies. Also it expresses beautifully all my love for my fave director Ingmar Bergman. ~ Freyia the Arctic Witch


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The deadline for issue 46 FAE submissions is END of April 2020

We welcome articles and features (+ exclusive cover) ideas

This ‘Vintage Faeries’ issue of FAE will look back at faeries of the past, and bring some of them into the future! We welcome your creative ideas on this vintage faerie theme for possible publication in the next edition of FAE.

We are happy to accept and review photo-sets (no nudity), short poems and articles. IMPORTANT: We prefer behind-the-scenes video footage of any photo-shoots for our FAE magazine video promotional videos (mobile phone footage is fine, but high quality footage is preferred). The deadline is end of APRIL 2020.

Please note it is not always possible for us to reply right away due to the high volume of submissions we receive, however, we always do our best to acknowledge your submission enquiries as soon as possible – please be patient. If your submission is successful you will be contacted within 14 days. FAE is run by a small team of faerie enthusiasts, and as such we do not currently pay for submissions, however, we will showcase your creativity to thousands of faerie fans around the fairy world! Email us at: contribute[at]faemagazine.com (remove brackets).

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The NEW WINTER EDITION of FAE Magazine is OUT NOW! Issue 45

Featuring the stunning photography of Shirlie Kemp on the cover and our special “Merry Faerie Meet” inside feature.

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Check out the contents page to see whats inside this Gnomes & Gardens special winter edition of FAE.

Photographer and poet Danniella Jaine shares her “Diaries of the Daydreamer” photo-feature and poetry (above).

Learn about flower energy and vibrations with expert, Salvatore (below)

Explore the musical and magical world of Mira Morningstar (below)

Kitty Phelan tells us how to welcome fairies into our garden, featuring model Emma Moon photographed by Andy Teo (below).

Take a peek into the very secret “Kelly Fairy Garden” (below).

Plus much, much, much, much more inside!!!

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Gift a SIGNED COPY of Oracle of the Fairies by Karen Kay

Wheel of Fortune – Celtic Deep (Michael Tingle & Karen Kay)

Through the Faerie Portal – (Karen Kay & Michael Tingle)

Enchanted – (Michael Tingle & Karen Kay)

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Hi FAE friends! My, my, my! How time is flying by! There’s so much going right now in Faeland! We need an entire team of PA’s! (Pixie Assistants!).

Thanks for your patience whilst we prepare the new issue of FAE – it’s a little delayed, and we really do appreciate your kind understanding. We can you it’s going to be FAEtastic!!! You can SUBSCRIBE here so you’ll receive your copy as soon as it drops!

Editor Karen Kay has just returned from a flying visit to magical Avebury where she connected with the ancient stones and had a super-productive meeting with the delightful team at The Henge Shop – The base for the debut Avebury Fairy Weekend, where the stalls and workshops will be. Plus there’s a secret garden out the back where some of the stalls will be too! It’s so enchanting and we know you’ll just love it here! This will be the FIRST EVENT where you can have and hold your very own copy of ORACLE OF THE FAIRIES (exclusively available ONLY to those attending Karen’s fairy workshop).

September 21st and 22nd

Visit the Facebook event page HERE

There will be special guests holding talks and workshops, including, Brian and Wendy Froud, Armorel Hamilton, Rebecca Broomfield, Laura Daligan, myself, Karen Kay, and surprises!

The workshops are held upstairs in the gallery of the Henge Shop workshop room and costs extra.

SEE or BOOK ALL TALKS/WORKSHOPS HERE

Faerie Drumming Journey with Laura Daligan

Saturday 21st September 10.30am to 11.30am. Cost £7 – Bring your own drum if you wish, or just listen.

Journey to the Realm of Faery and Connect with your Faery Guides in a Magical Drum Journey Workshop with Laura Daligan. In this Workshop we will Drum for healing for guidance and for meeting the Fae! You can bring your own Drum or enjoy the journey without!

BOOK LAURA’S WORKSHOP HERE


Faerie and Dark Crystal Talk with Wendy & Brian Froud

Saturday 21st September 12 noon to 1.30pm. Cost £15 – Includes Q&A with the Froud’s

Join Brian and Wendy Froud at The Henge Shop in Avebury for this Faerie and Dark Crystal Talk including Q&A. The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance is the eagerly anticipated sequel to The Dark Crystal movie. The entire Froud family worked together on this exciting new series created exclusively for Netflix, and Brian and Wendy wil be sharing some insights about their work as a family in this talk. Please note there will not be any spoilers. The pair will also talk about there journey with faerie and some of the wonderful things they have experienced along the way.

BOOK BRIAN & WENDY’S TALK HERE


Oracle of the Fairies Workshop with Karen Kay

Saturday 21st September 2pm until 5pm. Cost £50 – Includes an Oracle of the Fairies advance preview signed deck for each participant to take home!

BOOK KAREN KAY’S WORKSHOP HERE

Join Karen Kay in magical Avebury at The Henge Shop for this special workshop where the Oracle of the Fairies cards (Published by Hay House with Artwork by Ginger Kelly) will be previewed. You’ll hear about the creation of this magical fairy deck, along with oracle readings from Karen herself! Learn how to interpret the cards as Karen guides you through the cards and their meanings in her new deck! Experience a fairy manifestation meditation journey, you’ll learn ways to connect with fairies and to work with them for the highest good of all. Plus you’ll participate in a fairy ring wishing and healing circle at the Avebury Stones (weather permitting). Expect the unexpected! Joy, magic and a sprinkling of fairy dust (eco of course!). Plus guests to be announced! A parking pass can be reserved for workshop attendees. Car sharing is encouraged.


Dark Crystal Journey Talk with Armorel Hamilton

Saturday 21st September 5.30pm to 6.30pm. Cost £7 – Includes Q&A – Feel free to bring your Faybles!

Discover how following the faerie path and trusting her imagination has enabled her to realise the dreams of her childhood.
Armorel Hamilton worked for Jim Henson’s ‘Creature Workshop’ assisting Brian, Wendy and Toby Froud for the new Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Netflix series. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

BOOK ARMOREL’S TALK HERE


Yoga Fae Workshop with Rebecca Broomfield

SUNDAY 22nd September at 12 noon until 1pm. Cost £5 -Mats provided – or free to bring your own.

Have you ever wondered how you can connect to magical energy through movement, breath, meditation and Relaxation? Let me show you. We will spend time connecting to each of the elements and bodies energy centres to enable the magic to ignite from within. This practice will be suitable for beginners and will provide you with a basis to continue this work yourself if you wish.

BOOK REBECCA’S WORKSHOP HERE


PRACTICAL INFORMATION for The Avebury Fairy Weekend

PLACES TO STAY:

The Lodge, Avebury High Street: Quirky, Veggie breakfast almost opposite the Henge Shop.

Beckhampton and Breakfast – www.aveburyworld.co.uk  01672 539 534  1 mile from Avebury. Very pretty and relaxing. Waggon and Horses pub is close by, and very old Inn which housed horses and carriages.

Drowyn Manor bed and breakfast. www.dorwynmanor.com 01672 539098 – 0.1 mile from Avebury.

Numerous B&B or Hotels in Devizes, Marlborough and Calne.

TRAVELODGE – At Devizes www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/383/Devizes-hotel

PREMIERE INN – Near Devizes www.premierinn.com


CAMPSITES:

Blacklands – Blackland Lakes Campsite and Fishing Lakes, Stockley Lane, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 0NQ  CALL: 01246 810943

Postern Hill Campsite, Savernake Forest Marlborough Wiltshire SN8 4ND CALL: 01672 515195

Devizes Camping & Caravanning Club Site, Spout Lane, Seend, Melksham SN12 6RN CALL: 01380 828839


PARKING at AVEBURY

For a Parking Permit CLICK HERE  – then download/print to show the attendants. You will then need £7 in CASH to pay for your daily parking. There are no local ATM’s so please come prepared.

CLICK HERE FOR PARKING PERMIT and INFORMATION


FREE 3-PART MINI FAIRY ORACLE COURSE

If you are not able to get to the event or attend my workshop then you can PRE-ORDER Oracle of the Fairies HERE! You’ll then receive exclusive access to my three-part mini fairy course (workshop attendees will have access to this course also).

visit the pre-order page for places where you can preorder your deck and how to obtain access to view my mini fairy course!

Oracle of the Fairies! By Karen Kay, Artwork by Ginger Kelly, published by Hay House on 1st October 2019.

There is more to life than what can be seen with the human eye–use this oracle as the portal of possibilities to transport you into the realm of fairy magic and manifest your way to wonders untold!

The fairies wish for everyone to experience their ancient wisdom and feel connected to the Earth. They are the guardians of nature, magical manifestors–they wish only to create beautiful blessings in our lives. Now there is a way to receive these blessings, using the Oracle of the Fairies as the doorway to the invisible realm of possibility just beyond our fingertips.

Created by Karen Kay, renowned fairy communicator, Oracle of the Fairies will guide the user to seek out fairy wisdom and receive concrete answers that will bring inspiration and solutions to everyday questions. Each reading will share positive and practical fairy insight, directly related to the user’s unique energy and personal circumstances.

The purpose of this oracle deck is to enable the user to forge their own path in life with wisdom and confidence–easily done when you can readily communicate with your fairy guides for help through this extraordinary deck of cards.

Oracle of the Fairies will appeal to those who love nature and believe in the magic and wonder of life. It is for the people who “know” there is more to life than what can be seen with our physical eyes, who love and care for the planet, and have a passion for the environment.


Visit: www.thefaeshop.com to book your ticket.

Magical Memories from Karen Kay’s “Fairy Whisperer” appearance on ITV’s ‘This Morning’.

SEE THE VIDEO FROM THE SHOW HERE

 


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