Hey DIY Fans! Keyhole Studio has a new kit section. Check it out! FIRST COMMUNION SEASON IS ALMOST UPON US! ORDER YOUR FIRST COMMUNION FAIRY BOXED SET NOW - THIS IS ALWAYS A POPULAR ITEM SO DON'T WAIT! And for those last minute gifts, the Mini-Me Gift Certificate makes a great, creative gift that lets your favorite fairy lover design her own fairy. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-
Fairy Eggs are here and I have a few in stock and ready to ship in one day! Easter Baskets become a lot more magical when there is a baby fairy waiting inside. See listing below for details.
THE PLYMOUTH FAIRY DOOR TRAIL IS STILL UP...BUT ONLY THROUGH THE END OF APRI 2019! Curious about The Plymouth Fairy Door Trail? For those of you who live here, or those who plan to visit, you'll want to polish off those Fairy Wings and don a sturdy pair of walking shoes, cause downtown Plymouth, MA is all a buzz about the fairies who have moved to town! A team of some of Plymouth's most creative local artists have put their fairy skills to work creating over 25 Fairy Doors that are hidden in Plymouth's vibrant downtown. Take a leisurely walk through the streets of Plymouth, in and out of shops, museums and historic places, all the while discovering these mystical, magical portals to the Fairy Realm! And along the way, you will discover some of Keyhole Studio's creations at a few of the Fairy Stops! And don't forget to wear your fairy attire...the resident fairies appreciate a kindred spirit! #plymouthfairydoortrail
ABOUT ME: I grew up with sandy toes and a freckled nose in an idyllic neighborhood in Yarmouthport, MA. I spent my childhood searching the Cape Cod beaches for “lady slippers”. “mermaid’s purses” and the brilliant green and blue sea glass I collected and kept in a jar. My love of all things tiny and magical has been there for as long as I can remember and my whimsical mermaids and fairies, as well as a myriad of other tiny creations, are each infused with the wonder and joy I feel as I create them. I started Keyhole Studio in 2015 after the passing of my beloved father motivated me to follow his wise words (“Do What You Love”). I am a graduate of the University of Rhode Island and hold an MA from Emerson College but have learned the most from raising my four children. Along with my kids and my husband Charlie, I now live just over the bridge in Plymouth. I also share my home with one dog, a guinea pig, and countless fairies, elves and other magical creatures. May my pieces bring as much joy to you as I found in making them