Thursday, December 10, 2009

Mark Roberts Limited Edition Moon Fishing Fairy

Mark Roberts Limited Edition Moon Fishing Fairy is a truly magical collectable from his Christmas Limited Edition Collection.
Hanging from a smiling winter moon, this 22” fairy is clad in black and white checked pants and his robe is trimmed in fur. A slightly mischievous fairy shares the moonlight. What a fantastic piece! He’d be an absolutely stunning addition to any holiday d├ęcor.Sure to become a treasured family heirloom, he comes numbered with it's own registration card.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Katherine’s Collection Vidonia Antiquity Collectable Fairy Doll

The great thing about using a fairy theme for Christmas decorating is that you can easily transition from "Christmas" to "Winter" decor in your home just by removing the real "Christmassy" items and keeping the snowy, ethereal elements.
And what better centerpiece for your holiday decor than this fabulous fairy doll by Katherine’s Collection?
Katherine’s Collection Vidonia Antiquity Collectible Fairy Doll looks like she just stepped out of some wonderful, enchanted forest. Her face is exquisitely detailed with blush cheeks, soft rosy lips and lovely long eyelashes. She sits with her legs delicately crossed in a lush, layered costume in shades of bronze and blue and measures approximately 22" high from her toes to top of head. Gold pedestal is not included.Of course, registration and certificate of authenticity are included. Click on the link for price info -

Katherine's Collection Peppermint Sparkle Elves

We love the pink and red color combination for Christmas! From Katherine's Collection Peppermint Sparkle Collection, these mischievous little fairy elf figurines have a decidedly retro look about them. It's like they just landed her from the 50's!

Their garments are richly detailed in Katherine’s trademark style… These guys are posable and measure about 14 inches tall.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Katherine’s Collection Lucifer Devil Doll

Katherine’s Collection Lucifer Devil Doll is demonically dashing! From the tip of his toes to the tops of his horns he is sheer halloween heaven! (He sort of reminds us of Sid Cherese.) As always with Katherine’s Collectable figures, he outfit is outrageously opulent and detailed. (A devil can never overdo organza, can he?) He’s 31” tall.
Shipping on this dastardly demon is free - if you'd like to buy him -- here's the link:

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Hand Painted Wicked Wine Glass

Hand Painted Wicked Wine Glass is a perfect gift for the Witch who has everything! The design is original and hand painted in the US by our own MoonStruck Artist.
Available in a red wine glass (as shown) or a "Party Glass" which can be used for red or white. Party glasses can be seen as specified in other designs on the glass page. $24 each
Hand wash, please and use often!

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Decorate your door with a Witch Lace Door Curtain

Love this! It's a black lace panel that looks like a witch
that you can either tack up or feed on to an existing curtain rod to give the impression of a witch at the door or window.

It measures 38 wide x 84" long so it pretty much fits most doorways.

Update 2015 - No longer available but take a look at our other Witchy Halloween wonders!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Pics from a "Witch Hat Party"

How do you have a witch hat party?
It's pretty simple, call your girls, tell them to get all dressed up and get a lot of wine!

That's me standing in between Glinda and Elphba (as I call them). Betsy, the white witch is actually wearing a wedding gown, accessorized by a fantastic white hat we had in the shot last year. We added a silver shawl and some satin gloves. Elphaba is all about red & black caribo and feathers.

Here's K.S. and B.J. - Lovely witches, I'm sure you'll agree!

Whimsical witches sliding and flying down the staircase

This a shot of my staircase at MoonStruck Manor. I wish I could get the shot at a better angle - but you can see from here - it's set up to be a little vignette of happy, whimsical witches sliding and flying down the staircase! 

Anybody can do it, just get some display wire from the hardware store to hold them in place and some fishing line to hang them almost invisibly from the landing above.
It's also a great way to show off your collection!