Friday, February 20, 2009

Syrendell Sprites



With the gloomy weather hanging over head the past few days, we welcomed the visit by our magical friends, the syrendell sprites. This morning, with bouquets of flowers, twigs, and leaves in hand, they brought cheerfulness and joy. From them, we can appreciate the beauty of nature, found in the tiniest details of the flowers they lovingly hold. Cloaked in wonderfully vibrant hues, syrendell sprites signal the coming of the seasons. Only with a serene and open spirit will you hear them; they speak in whispered tones, they hum tunes learned from woodland creatures. Syrendell sprites, like the fairydell and hoblins, are children of Nature, finding sanctuary in the magical places of Syrendell.

4 comments:

gypsimomma said...

what kind of wood did u use?

Joey Tan said...

I love the Syrendell sprites!

Tan Family said...

Hi gypsimomma! We use poplar wood. It's strong, smooth, beautiful and plentiful. We love the feel and the energy of poplar.

Ati. Norway. said...

Lovely those dolls. They remind me on the Rudolf Steiner dolls I make for children. Those wood dolls are great.