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How To Visit The Fairy Realm

Updated on February 1, 2015

The Fairy Realm

The Fairy Realm is a world rarely visited by Humans. It isn't the fact that Humans are uninvited, but as adults they have a hard time seeing beyond what is in front of them so they miss the many places that they can enter the Fairy Realm. Children are different. They easily spot the enterences and visit often.

Fairies raise their children in the Realm and when the little ones are old enough they are able to explore the Human world and even live in it if they choose to. This article will take you into the Fairy Realm and help you discover the portal to this beautiful world yourself.

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How To Enter A Fairy Realm

Deep in all gardens are little enterences. They are hidden by protective gates and doors. Usually they are located where the trees are so the Fairies can easily take cover. You will have to look carefully. The door often glows at night and it is easier to see it.

Once you find the gate or doorway you will need to believe in your heart that you are able to enter. Children do not have a problem with this as they are born believing. Animals do not have a problem going between the human world and the Fairy Realm because they too are born believing.

You will often find a Gnome guarding the doors to the Fairy Realm. They take their jobs very seriously and while Gnomes are friendly and happy creatures they will not let you into the Realm if you doubt or laugh at them.

A Rare Look Into The Fairy Realm Portal

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Here is the Home Of Katrina. She lives on the side of our house.

Katrina moved in with us many years ago so her garden is well established. Each year it gets better and better. The more Fairy Dust she sprinkles the bigger and brighter the flowers get.

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Big Houses Attract More Fairies

Once the Bird and the little Fairy Child move in the bird will begin to help the child adjust. If the house is big enough the bird may take on several Fairy Children. Later on it is the Bird who will move on. This usually happens after it is done raising their own babies and the Fairy Fosters are able to care for themselves. The bird will move on, but the Fairy will stay there. Usually it's forever and you can see them if you believe they are there.

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Fairy Apartment Building

Fairies and Birds have long had great relationships. When a Fairy becomes old enough to enter the Human World they are greeted by Birds. The birds agree to care for the young Fairy until they know their way around. They act as protectors. Since Fairies like to live in Houses the Birds taking care of the Fairies look for houses not nests. This is where you can come in. By providing garden houses you will attract the Birds that specifically take care of the Fairy Children.

Elder Fairy Playing In The Garden

Here Are Some Of The Fairies That Need Homes

It's almost Springtime and the Fairies are busy getting ready to move into gardens all over the world. It's an exciting time and you too can choose to adopt a fairy. Here are some of the Fairies that are looking for places to move to.

There are many advantages to having Fairies live in your garden. The best advantage is the fact that Fairies sprinkle Fairy Dust on Flowers and your garden will bloom brighter and longer than a garden without a Fairy. Since everything glows in the Fairy Realm your garden can glow too.

Heart's Ease Fairy

Create Your Own Fairy Garden Video

I love the way the path is made.

Geranium Fairy Will Make Your Red Flowers Grow

Fairy Dust Makes Things Glow

Fairies like to hide their dust in containers. If you have a good relationship with your Fairy friend they will give you one of their containers to wear around your neck. This way you can sprinkle Fairy Dust too and help them make the world more beautiful.

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Imagine What You Can Do With Fairy Dust

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      opatoday 

      5 years ago

      That Video ROCKS

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      opatoday 

      5 years ago

      Enchanting Work!!!!

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      katiecolette 

      5 years ago

      Love the Fairy apartment building! The more fairies, the merrier :)

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      jayavi 

      5 years ago

      Enjoyed this lens so much. Thanks for sharing.

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      Aunt-Mollie 

      5 years ago

      I love the little fairy houses you display. I have never seen them before. If you put them outside, what keeps the birds from moving in? Maybe that's OK, too.

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      Stephanie 

      5 years ago from Canada

      Such a cool idea for a lens! I was obsessed with faeries when I was a kid.

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      Rosanna Grace 

      5 years ago

      Delightful! Thank you for this lens! :)

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