Rachel's Fairy Houses


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Flitter Fairies™ appear to magically flit and fly all around you with enchanted flapping wings!  It’s easy to guide your fairy with your magic wand and special Pixie Silk!  
 Luckily for us believers, Flitter Fairies™ have chosen to slip from their Realm Slightly Above Time into the human realm of Time fullness.  Their deepest wish is to inspire humans to take better care of the natural world.  Each Flitter Fairy™ seeks to bond with a human friend who shares her most important trait such as compassion, protection or inspiration.  
Come fly with us and discover the Realm Slightly Above Time!  Learn about Eva, Daria and Alexa.

 Recommended for ages 8 and up.



SORRY EVA IS TEMP. OUT OF STOCK Eva is the oldest of the three sisters and a Lake Fairy. The most mature sister, Eva teaches her sisters and those around her as a Fairy of Compassion. Her calming and lovely blue-and-silver dress reminds people to remain cool like water instead of indulging anger. Her long silver hair and deep blue eyes are beautiful and captivating. With Eva at your side, you can learn to be a compassionate friend, too
 Daria is the feisty middle child and a Forest Fairy. When Daria flits through the forest, all the creatures feel safe knowing that she looks out for them in her role as a Fairy of Protection. Daria wears gold and green so that she can more easily hide herself within the forest. Her gorgeous gold hair and green eyes make her stunning. Let her protect you and your home, too!

SORRY ALEXA IS TEMP. OUT OF STOCK  Alexa is the youngest of three sisters and a Meadow Fairy. When Alexa tends the meadow, she inspires the flowers to grow and so Alexa was named a Fairy of Inspiration. Alexa is super cute and wears a shiny pink and green dress with a hot pink sash. She has short bronze hair and hazel eyes. Let her inspire you to grow and learn and be more creative!


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Did you Know?

English King Henry III (1216 – 1272) passed a law decreeing the death penalty for anyone caught “kyllynge, wowndynge, or mamynge” a fairy.