Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Green Fairy

Well, someone mentioned Absinthe (you know who you are) and I had to stop wallpapering to rustle up 
La Fée Verte

Absinthe was much vilified as a drink and had attracted lots of romantic associations since its ban.

 I must admit, I was a little disappointed to find the green fairy doesn't give much in the way of visions or dreams.

It does seem to be poisonous to Vampires, though, so I ought to keep some about.

For skeleton-bending instructions and more, see here.

And, for those of you with harder hearts and stronger stomachs, I have other, less fortunate fairies in my collection.

You can see more here. But remember, you have been warned.
 Not for the faint of heart or tender of soul.


  1. Those are so cute. Thanks for your sweet message. Welcome to blogging...I am a little slow getting around these days..but I made it sooner or later. See you Monday for the newbie party.

  2. So this possum's to blame for the...uh...lapse in your wallpapering?
    Should I apologize? ;)
    I'm glad you made this fairy. Love her peekaboo top!
    Hugs with popcorn and episodes of Downtown Abbey......

  3. No need to apologise, dear Possum. I got some wallpapering done and some fairies done and enjoyed myself and these are all good things. I'm glad you like her.

  4. La Fee Verte...Elle est si belle...And I always thought that Lestat was a wee bit partial to the stuff myself.... :o)
    Smiles & Fairie Hugs ~ Robin

  5. You're scaring me. lol Very creative, Rhissanna.

  6. Oh, so very creative, indeed!!!

  7. Ohhhhhhhh I LOVE her!

    SO glad Jana sent you my way! Thank you for coming over and visiting my Blog and please come and visit again!


  8. Hi Rhissanna,, Thank you for commenting on my Blog.. I like your two blogs very much ,and will be checking in on you often ..Keep on creating ! and Keep on making DOLLS !! peace and love Heather

  9. She's absolutely brilliant! I don't think I want to know what's in that jar though!


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