Bluebird Fairies grew out of a set of hand drawn fairies created when I was changing my life. 

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In 2014 when I first showed the Fairy Cards at the 2014 Art Hop in Burlington I realized when gathered together the 63 cards form a deck that works as an oracle. The cards don't tell the future but the conversations that takes place with them assist people connecting with their present.

Next a Fairy Booth was created so Fairy Card Readings could take place in style. People started purchasing Fairy Decks for themselves and loved ones. Each day I get reports of how people are incorporating these cards into their daily lives.

Bluebird Fairy Decks and more are in our shop

Last summer Bluebird Fairies moved into a new studio space.  The space is perfect for small classes which has allowed me to develop our Fairy and Demon Drawing Workshops. It's also a place people can have custom designed, artistic parties that include fairies.

Bluebird Fairies' upcoming work is to create a 'Fairy of the Day' app.  Please check it out and learn more about this still-in-production project. Many more plans are in the works so keep in touch.

A fun and great way to do this is by reading my blog. I post an inspirational writing about one of my 'Earnest Little Drawings that Help you Do Big Things' 3 times a month.   Please check it out and sign up to receive notices of when I post.

Last but not least, please check out Rachel Elizabeth Jones' fantastic Seven Days article about our work.

We hope to see you out in the world at a fun venue soon.

Have fun!

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Bluebird Fairies are "Earnest little drawings that help people do BIG THINGS".


"Hi Emily, I found one of your Bluebird Fairy cards in a book that was returned to the Fletcher Free Library." The 'Fairy of Good Wishes Around You.' It warmed my heart."  -Christine

"Dear Emily,
I'm writing from Mexico City . We're visiting our son.  He and his love have a pack of your fairy cards. Every morning they draw and set one up. The day we arrived they had just hung up replacement hummingbird feeder to enhance their bird friends. And the next card they drew was the fairy of bird relationships. They love the practice. 
Gracias por todo. '  -Sharyl

"Feeling so nervous about my house closing today and my dad just bent over to pick up what appeared to be a scrap of paper from my very messy half-packed apartment and turned it over.  It's the 'Fairy of You Can Do it!'   -Robyn

"Taking a fairy card has become somewhat of a ritual in our morning meetings. As teachers in a busy school, with the stress and unpredictability that comes with the territory, this ritual has helped us to center ourselves, find an intention for the day, and have a moment to reflect before diving in to our work. Sharing the cards with each other has also been an awesome moment of connection, bonding, and often times humor. Their range of styles and their playful nature has made it easy for anyone to feel comfortable jumping in, and we have all begun to look forward to seeing which card will guide our day. We love bluebird fairies!" 
                                                                  - Abby, Rock Point School

"I love the way you approach life like it is a garden of mysteries waiting to be solved, and taking pleasure at every phase of the journey."   Elizabeth

Emily is a poised overseer of transitions and is skilled at tracking down scarce resources. She can help you acquire the information and enhancements you don’t quite have the power to get by yourself. When conditions are murky or perplexing, this soul is enterprising and inventive.”
— Rob Brezsny