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Flower Fairies - Enchanted Solstice - Iris Purple/Glitter

Flower Fairies - Enchanted Solstice - Iris Purple/Glitter
US$ 11.75 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$5.88

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Magenta, Aqua, Teal, Lapis Blue, Kelly Green, Blush, Lilac & Iris Purple. Silver Metallic Glitter

A troupe of fairies dance with delight during the winter solstice, while glittering snowflakes fall all around. The magical fairies from the 'Flower Fairy' books of beloved British artist Cicely Mary Barker live on today in this enchanting collection featuring her playful watercolor illustrations. They're sure to warm the hearts and imaginations of children and adults everywhere. Larger fairies are about 5" with silver glitter, 'Enchanted Fairy' from the 'Enchanted Flower Fairies' collection by Micheal Miller Fabrics.

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