Once upon a time... in a far away land.. there grew a Tulip Forest.
Hidden among the tall, slender trunks and bold leaves are shimmering beads. They mysteriously only appear on dewy mornings. It is rumored that at dawn faeries and wood nymphs can be seen gathering these precious jewels to wear at the Spring Faery Ball.
I spotted a faery using this one for a mirror.
Tulip petals are popular for sewing full skirted dresses and billowing cloaks. Such silken finery!
And when the sun comes out, the pearls glow.
After the pearls have been gathered, the youngest faeries love using these as slides!
Wishing you a lovely Spring week from Faery Land!