Fantasy, Myths, Legends & Nature. Printing & Embroidery

Gloucester, England · 1735 Sales


Fantasy, Myths, Legends & Nature. Printing & Embroidery

Gloucester, England 1735 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars
Alex and Sue

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White Wizard Purple Elf

Custom embroidery and printing, is our main day to day job. Branding workwear, clubwear, and sportswear, our customers include Small Businesses, Bike Clubs, Sports Clubs, and individuals.

To keep our work interesting, we also embroider and print designs that we like, in ones and twos, or in small batches, these items you can see listed in our Etsy shop. And because we do it all inhouse, we are happy to take custom requests.

During the summer months, we trade at Festivals, Historical Reenactments, Pagan, Steampunk, Pirate, and other Fantasy events. We take along our wares, together with some other items that we resell (these can be found on our website) and trade from an authentic canvas marque.

Please enjoy viewing our shop, but do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking for custom items.

Shop members

  • Alex and Sue


    Alex, The White Wizard, and Sue, The Purple Elf.

  • Jamie


    Jamie is our eldest. He enjoys working on designs in his spare time. His designs are often tagged as Cypher Industries

  • Will


    Will is our youngest lad. He has now contributed some designs of his own, he is a keen Art student currently working on his A Levels. His designs are often tagged Will.L Designs.


Find WhiteWizardPurpleElf at the following upcoming markets!

  • Templecombe Medieval Pageant
    Templecombe International Medieval Pageant

    Jun 2–3

    Medieval Pageant. Re-enactors, Traders, fun!

  • Wellingborough Medieval Festival

    Jun 16–17

    Medieval Festival in Wellinborough

  • Midfest Midland Medieval Festival
    Earls Barton

    Jun 23–24

    A multi-period show at Whites, Earls Barton Northampton, NN6 0EP Dark Age through to WW2

  • The Enchanted Market Summer Spectacular
    Garth Hill College

    07 Jul.

    The Enchanted market is a place of magical market stalls with pagan spiritual and hand crafted goods.

  • Tewkesbury Medieval Festival

    Jul 14–15

    Tewkesbury Medieval Festival is Europe's largest Medieval Festival. Free Admission £5 parking charge if coming by car

  • Tudors
    Raglan Castle

    Jul 28–29

    Join us for our fifth Tudor Festival for a celebration of all things Tudor. There will be living history displays from The Beaufort Companye with their esteemed friends from the Wars of the Roses Federation. See a reenactment of the Battle of Bosworth Field, meet Tudor historians and authors and join in with lots of silly Tudor fun: Horseless jousting, splat the plague rat and more!

  • Battle of Evesham
    Crown Meadow

    Aug 4–5

    The venue will be the historic Evesham Crown Meadow with reenactment of the battle, stalls, entertainment, medieval tavern, beer, loads for kids and families to do and much more. As the Meadow is uniquely positioned in the heart of historic Evesham market town, it will also spill into the town itself benefitting local businesses and making sure this new National Level event is well attended and involves the local community.

  • M5 Multi Period Living HIstory Weekend
    Spetchley Park Gardens

    Aug 11–12

    On the outskirts of Worcester, only minutes from the M5 motorway. At M5 Living History Show you will find acres of encampments bursting with history. With re-enactors covering Ancient Greeks, Medieval, Vikings, Napoleonic, American Civil War, WW1 and 2 and many more; and battles and displays throughout the day, there’s never a dull moment. The large traders’ area can supply you with anything from a new string for you longbow to a tasty burger. There is even a prefabricated 1940’s pub, The Wheatsheaf, serving real ale to visitors from any time period. As the summer holidays draw to a close, there couldn’t be a better family day out than a visit to M5 Spetchley Living History Show.

  • England's Medieval Festival
    Herstmonceux Castle
    Wartling Rd

    Aug 25–27

    England's Medieval Festival takes place every August Bank holiday weekend (last full three-day weekend in August) at Herstmonceux Castle, a 15th century moated castle in East Sussex, England. This three day festival is the largest of it's kind in the United Kingdom, and is a magical weekend for the entire family. Gates are open daily from 10am to 6pm. The Festival allows the visitor to step back in time, and experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the colourful Middles Ages. Each day of the Festival features full armour jousting, mounted skill-at-arms, falconry, archery, cannon fors, 100's of Knights in battle, a Kid's Kingdom, music, minstrels, jesters, puppetry, dancing, traders, living history encampments, food, drink and much more medieval mayhem. The Festival is accessible by vehicle, with ample free parking; by rail to Polegate Station with a Shuttle bus to the Castle and back. (approx. an hour south east of London by rail, and 2 hours by vehicle)

  • Ancient Oak Medieval Fayre
    Stow Cum Quy

    Sep 1–2

    Ancient Oak Medieval Fayre returns to Quy Country Park for its second year. Again we will have... Devilstick Peat the jester, Horsemen of the Knight performing trick/stunt riding and jousting, Out on a Wing falconry Historic and Craft stalls and more acts to be confirmed.

  • Battle for Black Cat Bridge
    Roves Farm
    Roves Farm, Sevenhampton

    Sep 7–9

    Medieval event. An event to bring reenactors, traders and the public together. Black Cat would like to offer a weekend event that will comprise of different living history encampments bringing history alive for all ages. We are offering trade spaces for various stalls and items for both reenactment and public. We are hoping to offer different displays and presentations throughout the day.

  • Viking & Medieval Festival
    Caldicot Castle
    Church Rd

    Sep 15–16

    A full scale lavish extravaganza of all things medieval in the castle garden and Great Tower Field. Meet the Knights and Ladies of the court and talk to the skilled men at arms and trades people of the era.. See how people lived and worked from the times of the Vikings through to the Tudors. A particular highlight for the weekend is the full Viking Camp being set up on the ground. The Vikings are coming to Caldicot.. The date is 910 and the Vikings raid the Severn and kidnap the bishop of Archenfield. Come and see the battles they fought, then visit the Vikings camp where they will be celebrating with viking games, wrestling and a strongman competition. Then see all the daily crafts that were used with cooking, dyeing, smithing and traders . All their displays are 100% authentic (apart from our famed Kiddy Vike were your little warriors can train and fight the Vikings with foam weapons)

  • Twrch Trwyth Medieval Festival

    Sep 22–23

    This is the FITH year of this event and was a great success again last year. It is a medieval festival held in the town and is based on the legend of the Twrch Trwyth and Arthur who legend has it chased the Great Boar and his family through the Amman valley whilst aiding Kilhwch in his quests to win the fair hand of Olwen.

  • Dragondaze
    Newport Centre
    1 Kingsway

    06 Oct.

    Dragondaze is all about Playing Games, Dressing Up, Having Fun and Raising Money for Charity, its a one day convention celebrating all things gaming. It about dressing up as your favorite character and meeting and making friends who like the same things. There will be many things to see and play. All profits from this Convention will be going to the Barnardos Young Carers, a charity that helps young carers cope and give them days out as a break, and Sparkle a charity that funds a local Childrens Hospital and programs for Disabled Children.

  • Unconventional Market
    Stantonbury Leisure Centre
    Stantonbury Campus

    Oct 6–7

    Goths, Pagans, Steampunks, Larpers, Cosplayers, Re-enactors, Witches and Warlocks, Fae....everybody welcome!

  • School of Magic
    Raglan Castle

    Oct 27–28

    Calling all budding witches and wizards for enrolment at our School of Magic this Halloweentide. Don't forget your wands and broomsticks.

  • South West Unconventional Market
    Yate Leisure Centre
    Kennedy Way

    Nov 10–11

    Goths, Pagans, Steampunks, Larpers, Cosplayers, Re-enactors, Witches and Warlocks, Fae....everybody welcome!

Shop policies

More information

Last updated on 24 Dec, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Custom and personalised orders

Custom Orders - All Artwork, Design, and Stitch files produced by us in preparation for stitching will remain the property of the Vendor.

We will rely upon your orders being correct when ordering, especially custom orders that may include wording, please ensure you have given the correct spelling. Custom items cannot be refunded.

Sizing details

All sizes are approximate. NB. Our sizes are UK sizes, they tend to run a little smaller than US sizing. We are happy to supply actual size information, it will then be your responsibility to decide if the item will fit. e.g. actual size does not allow for movement.
Garments are designed to fit a particular size, but we are all individuals, some people like their garments baggy, others prefer them tighter.

Care instructions

These recommendations are generalised, and based on the lowest requirement of any of our garments.
Wash garments inside out, Ironed inside out, and not tumble dried.

Some garments are supplied with wash instructions.
If you require more details about wash instructions of your particular item, please contact us.

Mugs can be washed in a dishwasher, print should last up to 800 washes, but this will depend on your detergent.

Gift wrapping and packaging

99% of our items are sent out in new self seal Purple plastic packaging.

We ensure that all overseas parcels have 2 labels with the customers address stuck, and secured with sticky tape, to the parcels. Should one address label become detached, a second should hopefully remain in tact.

All overseas parcels include an invoice/packaging slip detailing the sender and receipient.

We are happy to add a personal message, a small gift card, or gift wrap your items. *There may be an additional charge*

If your item is a gift, please let us know, so we can exclude the part of the invoice that details the sale price.

Item specifics

All sizes, colours, shades, and materials of goods may vary to a
minor extent from those stated. All goods are subject to availability. We may cancel an order, or offer suitable alternative items, if the goods ordered are out of stock or no longer available.

When ordering an item in a particular colourway, we will use those colours in your item decoration, they may differ from pictures provided, as items are made individually using shades available at the time.

Further Shipping Information

All dispatch times and delivery dates are estimated dates which we will use reasonable endeavours to achieve.

Most items are despatched within 2 working days, but please allow 2 weeks for despatch. If you wish urgent despatch of your item, please a a message to your order, and we will get back to you.

We use Royal Mail for most items. A courier will be used for larger items, we will notify you when dispatched.

You must accept delivery of all goods which are ordered.
IF you require your item to be tracked through the post, you must select the option to upgrade your delivery.

PLEASE NOTE - Parcels are covered by £20 insurance, as standard. If you require additional insurance, tracking, or signed for, please select the option to UPGRADE.

Your Address

Please can you ensure that the address information that you supply is correct. Correct number, spelling, and Postcode, we have had a number of parcels returned to us recently where the address is incorrect.

When will my parcel arrive?

It depends where you are. We are UK based.
Parcels within the UK, it normally takes 2-3 working days.
Parcels to Europe, it normally takes 5-7 working days.
Parcels to US, Canada, or Australia, are approx 10-14 working days.

There are normally 5 working days in a week. Bank Holidays are not working days, so over the Christmas period there can be as little as 3 working days in a week.

Royal Mail advise to allow 25 working days for a parcel to arrive, so approx 5 weeks (with no bank holidays).

The longest that we have known a parcel take is 31 working days.
We have only ever had 2 parcel go missing. We have more parcels come back to us incorrectly addressed, or not collected after a card was left for it to be collected from sorting office.

What should I do if my parcel hasn't arrived?

Check the above post to see what the expected delivery times are.
Check if your parcel has been delivered to a neighbour.
Have a look to see if your parcel has been left in a 'safe place' e.g. shed, porch.
Check if your parcel has been left at the local post office, or delivery centre *
Check that the address that you supplied was the correct address.

We have sent approximately 3000 parcels in the past 2 years, only 2 have never arrived at their destination!

* If an item is returned to us by the Postal Service, we are not obliged to make a refund to you for this item. You may request that we resend the item. You will be responsible for any return shipping charges.


If you wish to return an item, please contact us within 14 days of receipt of your item.

Returns will ONLY be accepted by ageement. Please return your item within 21 days of receipt.

The buyer is responsible for return shipping charges. Please ensure that you add the correct postage.

Check if you need to add a customs label (if sending from outside the EU). All returns should have the description "personal belongings" as well as detail of garment e.g. Jumper, personal belongings. We are not responsible for any customs charge where parcels have been incorrectly described.

​We also recommend holding on to all records of return shipment (e.g. tracking or a postal receipt).

Seller details
Sue Lawn
Birdwood Farm
GLOUCESTER, Gloucestershire GL2 8AP
United Kingdom

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