Eira is ready for the cold.

Sprinkling a touch of Winter magic

How is the weather in your part of the world? In here is getting a little chilly. Well, as chilly as it can get in the Caribbean. No snow or anything like that but the need of long sleeves or a sweater is needed. I already had my first cup of hot coffee and tea. That is something only reserved for our so-called “winters”.

As the winter approaches different magical creatures start to appear. Eira, appeared just like that; a winter fairy in the middle of the Caribbean. Did you know winter fairies could grow in hot weather, just like summer fairies can grow in cold weather? I didn’t, I thought seasonal fairies would be born in places specific to the weather related with their seasons. Thanks to Eira, now I know that a summer fairy can grow in the Swiss Alps just as much as winter fairies can grow in the Mexican Caribbean.

Eira was born in the tropics, that’s true. However, she would very much like to be in the snow. Even though we are all wearing jackets and socks over here, she still says it is too hot. Maybe she does need to be somewhere cooler.

Eira is always looking for the dark corners of our garden. She doesn’t like to be in the sun, it burns her wings she says. I think she’s been a little dramatic. I must say the photo session was a little hard and included a lot of complaining and bribing. Nevertheless, we were able to get some descent photos in the hopes that she can find a home in a much colder place than Tulum.

Eira is 5 inch winter fairy baby. She is NOT a waldorf doll. She is Not filled with wool. Eira is made with organic cotton interlock hand dyed to a light tan. She’s filled with soft polyester stuffing. Her face, belly button, and buttocks have been soft sculpted with upholstery thread. Her body and legs are one piece. Her arms  have been sewn into the seam of the body with a sewing machine. Her head has been attached with upholstery thread and then a couple of rounds of ladder stitches around the neck hide the threads to make it more neat. Her pink wild hair is a crocheted brushable mohair cap that has been securely sewn into her head. Her non-detachable wings are made with blue wool blend felt.

You can see more photos of Eira in her album.

Eira will go home with the clothes and accessories shown in the photos, which includes:

  • A cloth diaper with safety pin
  • A blue tutu
  • A white dress
  • Crocheted white sandals
  • White and blue crown.
  • A cocoon to sleep in
  • Her moth traveling friend

Eira’s adoption fee is 65 USD plus shipping. Shipping inside Mexico is free, to the US and Canada is 8 USDollars and to the rest of the world is 13 USDollars.

If you are interested in her make sure you comment in this post. If there is more than one person interested, I will draw a name. Once a family has been selected I will send a PayPal invoice that will be due upon receipt. I will take entries for Eira until tomorrow Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 6pm EST

Eira has found a loving home. Thank you!

Thank you so much for taking a look at my new winter fairy.

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