Saturday, November 6, 2010

My Etsy Finds for Sat 11/6- Peter Pan

Peter Pan was created by Scottish novelist and playwright J.M. Barrie. Peter Pan first appeared in a section of The Little White Bird, a 1902 novel written for adults. As most of us know Peter Pan is the story of a boy with the magical ability to fly and how never grows up and lives in Neverland with his gang the Lost Boys.There have been many books, plays, and movies produced based on the story of Peter Pan. The most well known is the Disney version which was originally released in theaters in 1953. However these days the character of Tinkerbell has taken over in popularity. There have been several films made just about Tinkerbell. For these etsy finds I decided to avoid overly Disneyfied versions of Peter and Tink. I personally was always a Wendy fan by the way.
 


From falldowntree's shop Peter Pan 8x10 Print

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from loverlea's shop Second Star to the Right Earrings

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From kelleystreetvintage's shop Vintage Peter Pan Peanut Butter Tin

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From DaintyJanes' shop Moss-Green Suede Peter Pan Hat

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From octopurse's shop Peter Pan Keychain Fob

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From faeryspellcreations' shop Peter Pan and Tinkerbell Dolls

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From sillyfrillykids' shop Peter Pan Ribbon Sculpture Clippie

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From WonderlandContraband's shop Peter Pan and Wendy Sculptures

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From tatterdamelion shop Don't Lose your marbles Leather and Marble Necklace

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From sojourncuriosities shop Neverland Pendant

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From JordanRou's shop Directions to Neverland Book

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From GallopingRock's shop Tinkerbell Inspired Baby Booties

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3 comments:

Wonder Peddlers said...

Off to Neverland!! Great stuff!

Anonymous said...

Love this blog - I'm a big fan of classic children's books! - and love this post! Peter Pan was always my favorite story when I was little! Thank you so much for including me! :)

The Never Fairy said...

Hooray for Peter Pan!
Be sure not to miss these two books.
A story based on Barrie’s own idea for more:
Click!
And a great 'What if?' adventure (but it's not for the kids!): Click!
BELIEVE!