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Flower Fairies - Holiday Fairies - Flame Red - 24" x 44" PANEL

Flower Fairies - Holiday Fairies - Flame Red - 24" x 44" PANEL
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The magical flower fairies from the 'Flower Fairy' books of beloved British artist Cicely Mary Barker live on today in this enchanting collection of her playful watercolor illustrated flower fairies, sure to warm the hearts and imaginations of children and adults everywhere. These friendly fairies perch on poinsettias as they make berry garlands and for Christmas morning to arrive! 24" panel, 'Holiday Fairies Panel' from the estate of Cicely Mary Barker 2011 used under license to Michael Miller Fabrics. Not for commercial manufacture.

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