Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Answer to Monday's Riddle! Faerie Folk ; )

Amy Brown
Tee hee humans! We're going to cause some mischief while we're visiting Fairday's Blog this week! We've taken over Lizzy's review, and who knows what will come up for Top of the Heap. We are clever little pixies, and we can't wait to tousle your spirits, so be sure to check back ; ) ~ Fae

Fairy Pools in Scotland
With our fondest hello we bring spritely cheer. We heard your call, and now we're here. What we are, surly you know? Just sprinkle some magic into the show. But remember, we're clever and too soon unseen- we'll turn into flowers or fade mossy green. Sometimes vain and known to be shy- we'll cheer you up or make you cry. Beautiful and sour; young and old, light and airy; crass and bold. Add a touch of whimsy, and you're getting there. To see what we are, adjust your stare. Delight in our spell, but remember, beware! We pay no mind to what's right and what's fair. 

What are we? Answer: Faerie Folk 

Recipe to see faerie folk

Items needed: A glass bowl, water, white candle (tea lights are fine), 2 rocks- one light/ one dark, a good, sturdy twig, and your imagination.


Find a naturally beautiful spot: hint! faeries like to be near water, so they can look at their reflections. Pour some water into the bowl and light your candle.
Now, toss in the light rock and then the dark rock- stir clockwise three times.
Repeat these words:

"I seek the Fae to come and play
I believe the magic of the day
I have two rocks and a light
Now, I wish to have the sight"

Gaze into the bowl of water, then look around- is there a fairy to be found? 

Repeat whenever you wish for a few delightful tricks!
  

Make time to riddle and rhyme!
62 original riddles and illustrations  

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Bluebell Fairy by Brian Froud

14 comments:

  1. And you used the illustrator from last week! Clever (; I was right which is nice to be sometimes. I wonder if there is a difference between saying faerie or fairy. It's probably us trying to make it sound more whimsical or something like that. All I could think about with this topic is Tinkerbell so maybe there's something about her this week (:

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    1. Hi Adriana,
      LOL- you know what happens : ) ~ F

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  2. Yeah for the Fey! Always so dark and dangerous. I love that Fairie picture by Amy Brown I have it on my window!

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    1. Hi Heidi, Yay! They are cloaked in mystery! Thanks for reminding me of Amy Brown's name- I couldn't remember! ~F

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  3. I love all the images. They are so beautiful.

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    1. Hi Ciara, Thanks! Excellent to hear from you : ) ~ F

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  4. Wow great images. So cool. Love the Fey! And the recipe to see faerie folk. Excellent! *waving*

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    1. Hi Robyn, Thanks! It works too- tee hee ; ) ~ F

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  5. My comment went the way of the cyber comment graveyard or something. *sigh*

    I was saying how much I love your recipe to see faerie folk. And all the wonderful images. I will stop by and order Fairday's Riddles: Volume I too. Huge hugs. *waving*

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    1. Thanks so much! We hope you enjoy them : ) ~ F

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  6. I'll have to try that recipe one day :) Great to meet you on Alex's blog.

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    1. Hi Carol, Thanks so much for popping by! Great to meet you too : ) ~ F

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  7. Aw, I love this :D Thank you for sharing. <3 Awesome recipe ;)

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    1. Hi Carina, Thanks! Always a pleasure to hear from you : ) ~ F

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