The Magic of Fairies

Little girl looking at a fairy
I spy a fairy!

Ah, the magic of fairies!  Whether it’s a snow fairy flying in and out of the snowflakes on a dark winter’s night or a summer fairy sleeping the afternoon away in the shady petals of a rose, every season has these magical creatures wound up within the stories we tell.

There’s the Tooth Fairy, of course, a fairy of all seasons.  Then there’s the Dummy Fairy, who makes just one brief visit in a lifetime.  (Or at least that’s the idea… unless there’s a dummy addiction lapse!)  Beyond that, most of us have heard of Cicely Mary Barker’s Flower Fairies – here at Rooftop Post we particularly love those – and in the midst of our modern times the Birthday Fairy seems to be becoming more and more popular.

blue-winter-fairy

Fairies these days come in all shapes and sizes and styles too.  Some fairies are funny and some are beautiful.  Some are tubby, some are so delicate they  look as though the smallest breath of wind would blow them away.  We like them all and try to represent as many different types as we can within our resources.  So, without further ado, for those of you looking for free printables which encapsulate the magic of fairies, our favourites from this site are below.

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