Welcome to My Faerie Door.
About My Faerie Doors
Wouldn't you love to add some fun and whimsy to your home with a fairy door? Create a conversation piece for visitors. Bring delight to a child's room. Well, one of my handmade Faerie Doors is just what you need to do all that! And a Faerie Door is the perfect gift because
"One Size Fits All"
I hand-craft all of the Faerie Doors, start to finish. They are lightweight wooden doors that open. They are easily mounted at the baseboard of your wall with a bit of earthquake putty which is included with the door. Fast and easy to install the minute you get home!
On the Gallery page, you can see a good selection of the doors I've made. I'm always making new designs, and I try to keep the page stocked with lots of ideas.
I also make Tooth Faerie Doors. They each have a bag inside for the lost tooth!
Although don't show doors here on the website that are finished and ready to
'buy now', you can design your own door. See the Design Your Own Door page!! There is no extra charge for this!
Then you can pick it up at one of my local fairs, or, I can ship it to you. Detailed instructions are on the Design page.
I've also started designing and making Faerie Gardens. Check out that page too.
If you would like to share your faerie door pictures, check out my Facebook page
Thank you for stopping by my site,
Where to find me
Every Sunday, year round, at the
Marina Bay Arts and Crafts Fair on Marina Dr., Long Beach, CA. It's behind Whole Foods, next door to Joe's Crab Shack. Hours: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
How I got the idea for my faerie doors.
For years I sold crystal and semi-precious stone jewelry at the fair. One Sunday on my way to the fair, I heard a story on Public Radio about the Fairy Doors in downtown Ann Arbor, MI. So, when I got home I looked them up on the internet. I was so excited! While these doors are quite sweet, they weren't the doors I had imagined. So I did some sketches, and made some of my own and took them to the fair the following Sunday. I sold 5 that first day! (Special thanks to my "First 4" Ladies!) Everyone seemed to love them as much as I love to make them. That was over two years ago!
Why I use the spelling Faerie Doors instead of Fairy Doors:
It's pretty simple really, I just thought that the spelling looked more whimsical and fun! I'm all about doing things a bit different that the norm!! So don't be afraid to design something wild!!