I love fairies.
I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to be a fairy.
As a child, my favourite book was an oversized picture book ( probably about as big as the 4-year-old me) all about fairies. I would sit for hours on end, pouring over this magical book , dreaming of being a fairy.
I was never dainty. Despite this, I still had ambitions of growing up to become a fairy.
It never really came to pass. Well not exactly…
I now become a fairy through the magic of puppetry. When I take Fifi the Fairy out of her bag, she borrows my spirit and in the words of the lovely Spice Girls “Two become One”.
I did also, in a moment of post divorce/thirty somethingth madness, acquire a dodgy fairy tattoo. Children seem to love it though, but I always tell them it was a bad idea. Even though it is a fairy.
I have also crocheted two fairies. One of them I have named Fifi. I do hope the original Fifi the Fairy doesn’t mind. The other one is an amigurumi fairy, cute and dumpy ( a little like my fairy self). They’re both on sale on my new Folksy site .
Anyone that knows me, knows I have visits from a real life fairy every day.
She is the cutest one of all.
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- Fairy Coloring Pages (education.com)