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Just in time for gift making, I’ve added kits for the very popular Tidbit Faerie dolls. These fairies are the perfect size for dollhouses, ornaments or pins. You’ve got the choice of 4 different skin colors (in a pre-sewn tube!), lots of felt colors, and 6 different hair colors. Check out the listing here. I’ve … Continue reading
My writing process for Tangled Magick, the second book in the Hapenny Magick series, was much different than writing the first. For one thing, I already knew my characters through and through, so there would be no surprises, right? Wrong! My characters threw me curveballs while I was writing—especially Leif. I do plan for surprises … Continue reading
You can now buy the music based on my children’s book, Hapenny Magick from CD Baby. Soon it will also be available on I-tunes as well. To get a free listen to three of the songs on the album check out this post.
From my new children’s book, Tangled Magick, the sequel to Hapenny Magick, comes Huldfrejya, the troll queen in the tale. She captures the happennies and turns them into slaves…but is she really the villain? She’s about 14″ tall with a face only a mother could love. I’ve made her from hand dyed wool but she … Continue reading
Avril, The Goblin Traveler. I caught this guy trying to steal eggs from our chicken coop! Luckily he only got away with one and a nice black feather from the rooster. I don’t think he’ll be back, but I’ll be on the lookout for those red boots! Avril is made from hand-dyed wool, but you … Continue reading
Tangled Magick is coming in April 2015! It’s the sequel to my award winning children’s book Hapenny Magick! Here’s what the book is about: A hapenny should live a simple life, but two years ago Maewyn Bridgepost discovered her magick and saved her village from a troll invasion. Now as an official Protector of the … Continue reading
Sybil stands at 12″ tall and carries her newborn all swaddled up. Easy to follow directions with illustrations and suppliers list. Shown made from hand dyed wool, but can be made from Dolskin or craft velour as well. Needle felted eyes, dress made from a fat quarter of cotton. Sybil is not jointed. Limited numbers … Continue reading