Sunday, May 26, 2013

Spoutwood Farm Fairie Festival

 One of our favorite events to attend and vend at happens in the beginning of May every year.  The Annual Spoutwood Farm Fairie Festival!  It is 3 days of peace, love and music with lots of very creative fairies and fantasy characters thrown in.  Here, Wedji Tucheeks is about to eat a mint plant.  A very friendly goblin she put it down once I explained how to make tea with it. 
 The King of the May and of the Sea, his Mer-Queen was beautiful as well.
Some of the other sights around the festival.  All ages, all genders, all shapes, all sizes, all styles participate in this event.  It is really very creative.

 We are the herb plant vendor.  Creeping Thyme is  a favorite of the baby fairies, they like to lay down and take a nap in it.  Four o'clocks are fairy clocks.  Dill makes a lovely privacy fencing for the fairies.  Petunias make the most beautiful skirts.  


Marilyn Miller said...

It looks like a beautiful setting to visit, dance, and play.

Angela McRae said...

Now this sounds like quite a unique event! Love all the costumes on the folks there.