A few months ago I set up a little online shop selling fairy and unicorn things. I have wanted to do this for a while but I wasn’t sure where to start. I wanted to sell something that I loved and I also wanted to include some things that I made. 

After a day out on a Woodland Fairy walk at Studfold Trails I knew what my shop would be! I love crafting and I had made a little fairy washing line for Bob to have in her fairy garden last summer. I thought it would be lovely to include these in my shop. I made a tiny tutu and headband and I wasn’t sure what to include as a third item. I then thought a teeny pair of pants would be cute. Even fairies wear knickers! 


I have also started making fairy houses. Hopefully these will be perfected before summer. I’ve got lots of lovely fairy and unicorn products, including fairy doors, magical signs and some gorgeous handmade fairy cards.

There are so many lovely things out there that I struggled to stop my self ordering everything. When my little online shop Wishes & Wings went live I was so excited! It is still early days and I don’t think many people know that my tiny piece of cyberspace exists but I love it! 
I would love to expand my little shop one day and I dream of having a magical fairy shop that people can visit. I envisage a mystical Woodland place where people could come and search for fairies. 

I know that I would need some help with this but I would love to invest in something that I am passionate about. I could get a loanable new loan startup or maybe I could find a rich person who would be happy to invest in the magic. Obviously this would be way in the future but it’s nice to dream!  

For now I am enjoying designing my website and making and finding magical products. My mission is to make people believe!


Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post.

 Posted by Charlotte on December 13, 2017 Being a Mother  Add comments

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