“Rainbow Magic” is a series of books from the UK, about fairies, created by a collection of authors writing under the pseudonym “Daisy Meadows.” Rainbow Magic is illustrated by Georgie Ripper. There are several dozens stories. Here are free printable fairy crafts from Rainbow Magic.
The series began with the Rainbow Fairies, seven sisters each named after a color of the rainbow: Ruby, Amber, Saffron, Fern, Sky, Izzie and Heather. Two girls, Rachel and Kirsty discover the rainbow fairies and their magical kingdom. The series has blossomed to include fairies for practically every theme: princess, jewel fairies, pet keepers, weather, fun day, sporty, Christmas, flowers, music, magic animals, dance, party, ocean, green, twilight and several other fairy groups.
To start your free printable fairy quest, visit the Activities page here. The newest fairy crafts are featured at the top. Currently, it’s the Showtime Fairies , with a kit to put on a show. Friendship fairies have arrived, too. Florence is the newest friendship fairy and there are plenty of free printable crafts, puzzles and word games to celebrate her arrival.
The Green fairies are all about the environment and keeping the earth healthy. Visit the Green fairies page for free printable crafts, activities and games to help the these eco-friendly pixies care for our world.
There are assorted fairy crafts available, too. Rainbow Magic has free printable picture frames to color, cut and paste. The Rainbow Magic website has free printable post cards, stationary and door hangers, too. Don’t forget the Rainbow Magic coloring pages. They are color fairies, after all. There are several different color fairy coloring pages. Teachers and homeschoolers may want to print fairy word search for vocabulary building. Fairies love secrets; so will little girls, as they complete the fairy connect-the-dot page.
Print a whole booklet of activities to occupy a sick child or pass the time on a family car trip. Pack her a “Care-y Fairy Package,” including printable booklet, crayons or markets, stickers, scissors, glue sticker and pencil. For extra fun, add some glitter (fairy gurus often refer to this as “pixie dust.”). We once entertained a sick little girl through seven weeks of pneumonia with a little help from free printable crafts and fairy magic. For more free printable fairy crafts, click this link.