TheFrolickingNymph

Lake Stevens, Washington · 2 Sales

TheFrolickingNymph

Lake Stevens, Washington 2 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   I create wings and things for your fantasy costuming needs. Most of the faerie wings are made with el wire and have sturdy steel frames. I make crowns that are adorned with faerie lights for fanciful fun. I will be adding horns and hats into the mix soon, so be on the look out.

Announcement

I create wings and things for your fantasy costuming needs. Most of the faerie wings are made with el wire and have sturdy steel frames. I make crowns that are adorned with faerie lights for fanciful fun. I will be adding horns and hats into the mix soon, so be on the look out.

Ellen Heath-Ulmer

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Ellen Heath-Ulmer

Octopus wings with red EL Wire.
$180.00

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Tamela Thornes

Tamela Thornes on Apr 12, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

What a stunning piece this crown is. It's being worn by Titania in Midsummer Night's Dream and looks stunning on the actor. You have an exceptional talent! Thanks so much for working with me on the shipping for these. I'm so pleased. If anybody is considering buying from this artist do so you will not be disappointed!

Tamela Thornes

Tamela Thornes on Apr 12, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Oh my goodness this crown is gorgeous. It's being worn by Oberon in Midsummer Night's Dream and looks stunning on the actor. You have an exceptional talent! Thanks so much for working with me on the shipping for these. I'm so pleased. If anybody is considering buying from this artist do so you will not be disappointed!

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What got me started? I was looking for a family friendly event that my husband, daughter, and myself would all like to do. Of all the things an event called Faerieworlds seemed like the right fit for us so we attended in 2010. We all fell in love, the creativity, the art, the costumes, they were incredible. Being a festival, of course we shopped, I bought my first pair of wings. I still have them hanging on the wall now but wearing them they seemed delicate to me. I took them off and really looked at the construction, as well as any passing pair that went by. I thought, I need to do this but I wanted to make something different, something that would stand out. I am not one to get online to learn, I am a tinkerer and I wanted to work it out on my own. I thought my first pair was amazing, I put a lot of work into them, turns out they were way to big. However the response to them was incredible, which fueled my fire. Now it has been 6 years and I still love making wings, crowns, and what ever else pops into my head. I just love to create wearable art.

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