Illustration for the Blackberry Fairy from Flower Fairies of the Autumn. Author / Illustrator Cicely Mary Barker

Blackberry Fairy Cake Buns (Muffins)

The Flower Fairies - My sister Claire and I dressed up as these fairies in St Stephens Carnival when we were little girls

Do You Believe in Fairies?

Illustration for the Sweet Pea Fairies from Flower Fairies of the Garden. A girl fairy leans down towards the left placing a sweet pea bonnet on a young girl baby fairy (her sister) who is seated on a leaf. Little sweet pea fairies.

This beautifull Lavender Flower Fairy Vintage Print by Cicely Mary Barker was printed c.1950 and is an original book plate from and early

This beautifull Lavender Flower Fairy Vintage Print by Cicely Mary Barker was printed and is an original book plate from and early

The Blackthorn Fairy by Mary Cicely Barker, I will always think of Mum when I see these little fairies

Speaking of Flower Fairies

Cicely Mary Barker, English poet and artist, authored the first of the Flower Fairy books in 1923.   The series features delightful illustrations of fairies with flowers of various seasons, gardens and trees.  Accompanying each illustration is a poem authored by Barker about the flower.

Cicely Mary Barker Illustration of the Elderberry Fairy for Flower Fairies of the Autumn 1926 Reproduction of Flower Fairy illustrations, © The Estate of Cicely Mary Barker, 2009

Illustration for the Poppy Fairy from Flower Fairies of the Summer. A girl fairy stands holding a poppy in her right hand.  										   																										Author / Illustrator  								Cicely Mary Barker

The Vintage Poppy

Illustration for the Poppy Fairy from Flower Fairies of the Summer. A girl fairy stands holding a poppy in her right hand. Author / Illustrator Cicely Mary Barker i want a Cicely Mary Barker flower fairy on my body SO BADLY. love the Poppy

Illustration for the Acorn Fairy from Flower Fairies of the Autumn. A boy fairy sits in the branches of an oak tree looking towards the ground.  										   																										Author / Illustrator  								Cicely Mary Barker

Acorn Fairy ~ Cicely Mary Barker ~ The Song Of The Acorn Fairy, an autumn Flower Fairy poem: To English folk the mighty oak Is England's noblest tree; Its hard-grained wood is strong and good As English hearts can be.

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