Fairy Doors and Dragon Eggs

Fairy Doors and Dragon Eggs

It’s always great fun to do work for the Northwood Fairy Sanctuary near Stamford Bridge, York ~ if it’s not a giant Troll’s hand, it’s a fairy plaque or a throne, or something equally interesting! This time I was asked to carve ten fairy doors to help the sanctuary on the way to achieving their aim of having 100 doors on the site; these had to be various shapes and sizes, with he larger ones having clues to who the occupants behind the doors may be.

Some months ago I carved three large Dragon’s eggs to sit in a nest on part of the trail, and now apparently a different Dragon has made another nest on the site ~ requiring five smaller eggs this time. These will be painted like the first three before being carefully placed in the nest.

The first three eggs painted and safe in their nest