Monday, June 29, 2015

The Infirmary

As Pixie Hill will be playing the role of fairy sanctuary this summer, it only seems right that we have a little clinic, an infirmary to care for injured and unwell fairy folk.

The Fairy Infirmary - Nichola Battilana

My neighbour gifted me this house last fall. It was scribbled on and glitterfied and had clearly been well loved. It was also going to be tossed into a fire before she saved it and brought it to my door. It's not done done (door needs more paint, signs need to be replaced, and there's a few details missing) but it's done enough to show off and for visitors to look at during my open house.

The Fairy Infirmary - Nichola Battilana

There's loads of little beds, baskets of fruit, flowers and 'get well' cards within. There's even little medical charts pegged to some of the beds.

The Fairy Infirmary - Nichola Battilana

There's an examination rooms with medicine, bottle, vials and charts.

The Fairy Infirmary - Nichola Battilana

A privacy screen for modest little folk.

The Fairy Infirmary - Nichola Battilana

Extra sheets, cleaning supplies and bandages are in the upstairs hallway.

The Fairy Infirmary - Nichola Battilana

There are a few more things I'd really like to add, but I think any unwell pixies will recover just fine as it is right now.


P.S. Thank you, Carol!


8 comments:

  1. Is sugar of lead very healthy for fairies? I think they are allergic to lead. I would share a cup of medicinal absinthe with one of them though. Wonderful little fairy hospital. The little house has been "flipped" quite expertly.
    Also, is there a box of zombie in the laundry room? I couldn't make out what the upper box on the shelf advertised.

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    1. Most fairies have a horrible reaction to iron. A tiny dose of sugar of lead helps a pale fairy to regain their colors ;) Even dangerous things can be beneficial given the correct dosage.

      The box in the 'wandry' room is LaFrance. It's from a sheet of miniautre laundry printables found here: http://www.jensprintables2.com/grocerylaundry.htm

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    2. Your little projects are always so awesome. I hope you keep putting more things on your blog forever.

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  2. Love the little fairy liquid bottle! Even sweet fairies need a little tlc!

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  3. Very well thought out and so considerate of you to create an infirmary for the wee folk...you never know when one of the fairies may over indulge during the celebrations:)

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  4. Beautifully done Nichola!

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  5. I have to wonder how you have time for so many wonderful projects. I'm beyond my working years but yet it is hard to find the time to do the things I'd love............I guess I just do for others and that robs me.

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