This beautiful fairy is part of a collection of images I'll be sharing both in the blog and in the shop. They are from a book of painted flower fairies dated 1866. Each fairy is modeled after a different flower and has many of the symbols associated with that flower surrounding her.
These are unusual because the fairies are more fierce and aloof than cute -- and the artwork is stunning. Don't right click to save, there's a free download waiting for you below.
I've used images from this book to make some fairy tags for the shop as well, you'll find a link to these below, too.
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This flower is Jasmin, and I've surrounded her with a simple matching frame. There are three sizes here so you can pick the one you like best.
I used fairies from this same book for this collection of journal cards -- note Jasmin is not included in the set, so you'll still want to download the freebie, even if you get the set :)
If you like these flower fairies, don't miss the linked posts below, which lead to English flower fairies from a slightly later era.
Want it all?
Why settle for one kit or project when you can have them all? The premium membership allows immediate access to every kit, project and graphic in the shop, free. A few recent additions are included below -- some are member exclusives not available in the shop.
Get your free French Flower Fairy here, just click the link below: