How do catch a fairy and an elf?
you can catch a fairy and an elf in some magical forest in a magical land!
An Elf or Fairy.
I think it'd called the Magical Legend of the Leprechauns :)
Clutharachán or Lucharachán = elf, leprechaun, pigmy Sióg = fairy síogaí = elf, fairy, gossip, know-all, weakling Síofra = changeling, precocious child, sprite
Fairy. FREE WISHES!!
The Elf King A Norwegian Fairy Tale - 1908 was released on: USA: 21 November 1908
elf are little tiny people, and faries are magical flying people
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You can not.
neither its a type of genre.
Elf-like, fairy-like, ghostly.
You cannot catch a fairy as they are not real. Fairies are nothing but myth.
just catch it
It ran out of elf space
The name faye or fay, means, Fairy or Elf
Yes, it's a elf, fairy, or goblin.
The correct spelling is "leprechaun" (an Irish elf or fairy).
It is a guild's name.
Mushrooms that grow in a circle are known as a fairy ring. They are also called fairy circles, pixie rings, elf rings, and elf circles. This formation is a natural occurrence and can get as big as 33 feet in diameter.
The Tooth Fairy is just a legend, you can't catch it.
hairy library fairy
sprite, elf, brownie, pixie, puck, imp, leprechaun, peri
-your excited all the time -still believe in santa -pretty short (below 5 feet 5) -high voice -pointy ears during winter -fairy-like ELF(N): EXCITED LITTLE FAIRY
You can't catch fairies as they do not exist.
talking trees, unicorn, fairy, elf, princess
All you have to do is play Zelda's lullaby (for a regular fairy that you can catch in Bottle) or song of storms (for a yellow super fairy that restores your magic and health fully Note: can't catch in a bottle)
by catching it with a net
I suppose it could do, but it could also catch a various amount of flys and other insects ect.
they use there claws
Nothing would work...they are imaginary.
When you want to catch a fairy you have to make a home and put a peppermint candy in side the house.Also put a bell on the door.Put the house near the tree.With tall grass around it.And a button path.Then you have a fairy.
Maevonne Rees Moench has written: 'The Christmas elf and other tales of fairy folk' -- subject(s): Fairy tales
You don't want to catch her. If you did, she wouldn't give you anything for your tooth.
Fairy's live in Neverland and books - you can't catch one.
Well, people have different opinions about elves. If you were to read Harry Potter, you can see that elves are made as slaves and doesn't need to be caught, but many other fantasy books suggest that you have to put crackers and water in someplace where the elf would find it and then catch the elf.
You get a butterfly net and try to catch one. Then you say that you come in peace and you belive in Santa and that you were afraid of the elves. To catch an elf is sort of confusing. First, put on 3 crackers, sugar water, and maybe chocolate. make sure to write a note saying what kind of elf you would like. then wait overnight to see if there's an elf. The elf may… Read More
Fairies are not real and you can not catch one.
That is a fairy tale
Tinkerbell ain't real.
Put crackers and water out for him. It works!
you search how to be a mermaid and say what the spell says and then catch a fairy a dead one wont do and catch it at night and put it in a jar with air holes and after three weeks let it go and take the fairy dust pour the fairy dust in warm milk and stir and then drink it
Anybody from fantasy fiction stories: Cinderella to the Lord of the Rings, Dorothy to Eragon. Think about generic characters, elves for example, and dream up a variation on the theme: LOTR elf-prince(Legolas), Santa's elves, or a mysterious Wood Elf-maiden. Think fairies: Wood Fairy, Light Fairy, Moss Fairy, or Winter Fairy, and dream up an appropriately romantic costume to fit the title.
I think you are referring to that of Harry Potter.The house elves,etc.But I had never heard of elf fairy. For your answer,I think the answer should be: Not always.Dobby the house elf belongs to the Malfoy family.Kreacher belongs to the Black family.However,for those like Ron Weasley's family does not have a house elf.That depends. I hope this answer is ok. If you got better answers,please edit. Thank you!
here is how you catch a fairy. Furnish yourself with net,jar,and chair.Conseal yourself in hiding place that has a good view over the garden. Place a selection of mirrors in front of you so you have a clear view behind you. Once a fairy has been sppoted,gently catch her with the net,put her in the jar.
I say Santa. The Tooth Fairy is a fairy for cryin' out loud! Plus, Santa's got his elf and reindeer pals to back him up, whereas the Tooth Fairy has no one, so i assume because I've never heard of anyone hangin with the Tooth Fairy.
By setting a magical trap with candy canes as bait.
Easy. Take care of them. They love honey.
well, the wish fairy likes pixie dust so you grab pixie dust close your eyes and throw it in the air then stand still and... CATCH IT! and put it in your pocket it.
It would be cruel to catch a fairy, and probably impossible to even get one in the first place as they are VERY shy.
Main Entry: elf Part of Speech: noun Definition: small, fairytale character Synonyms: brownie, elfin, fairy, fay, leprechaun, nisse, pixie Main Entry: elf Part of Speech: noun Synonyms: brownie, dwarf, fairy, fay, gnome, goblin, gremlin, hob, imp, kobold, leprechaun, nisse, ouphe, peri, pixie, pixy, puck, sprite, urchin