-An adult series where the girls, now adults, have to face realistic challenges in life.
-A life story featuring the fairies' life. It should be done once no more fairies are introduced.
-A fairy fusion idea.
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McDonalds Happy Readers campaign includes four Rainbow Magic books as a part of their program. Yes, it's a thing.
In case you haven't heard of McDonalds Happy Readers program, it's a campaign to let these children read books to improve their reading skills. In the UK, these books costs £1 as an exclusive offer with the use of a voucher.
As of now, there are four Rainbow Magic books that are part of McDonalds Happy Readers program in the UK:
- Hannah the Happy Ever After Fairy
- Olympia the Games Fairy
- Shannon the Ocean Fairy
- Destiny the Pop Star Fairy
If you notice that in the front cover of Olympia, Shannon and Destiny, you'll think that it's a real special edition book, but on the inside it's an early reader (that is nowhere to be seen in the cove…Read more >
I don’t know if anyone actually reads my reviews but I find them fun to write so I did another one since it’s been nearly a year since the last one.
Yesterday I bought Annie/Hazel/Dani the Detective Fairy. Out of the other Discovery Fairies, I found her concept the most interesting from the start and thought I might as well spend all this iTunes voucher money on something, right. The only book I expected to be buying in 2019 was the Jae the Kpop fairy so this was a surprise. But this book was also a surprise because of how different it is to other new rainbow magic books. It was a good investment and I’ll be happy to write a huge essay on why.
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So, I was able to look at the old site, and there I found the fairies! But, my only issue is that, I can't get a nice screenshot! So, if anyone can do it, that would be great!
I'll list the faires down here:
Emma the Easter Fairy
Belle the BIrthday Fairy
Mia the Bridesmaid Fairy
Juliet the Valentine Fairy
Natalie the Christmas Stocking Fairy
Chrissie the Wish Fairy
Gabriella the Snow Kingdom Fairy
Holly The Christmas Fairy
Stella the Star Fairy
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How's 2019 been for you so far? I've been editing way more frequently than I expected to, partly because of the release of a few fairies and new covers. Nothing new in this blog though, so more ranting and complaining. Last year I said I'd stop but there are some things that really can’t be ignored.
I'm sure people my age find the wiki, see all the new fairies and think "geez isn't it time it ended???" That's what I'll be thinking about today right here.
Many things have gone wrong for the Rainbow Magic company so far. Publish dates have been thrown around, moving some fairies forwards, some fairies back, and some fairies both ways. They keep fluttering around and they’re hard to keep still. Here's a list of the changes so far…
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I hope you’ve had a fun 2018, a year I never thought any good would come out of. However, good things have come out of it including my work on this wiki.
This summer I had a lot of time on my hands so I put a large amount of it towards sorting out the wiki. Mass edits happening happening every day, repetitive category-sorting, this won’t happen as often next year cos I do have a life. I’ve had this blog written since September and waiting on my Notes for months but I can’t really wait til 31/12 to post this. This is some of the stuff I’ve done this year.
After some complicated coding and searching around other wikis to find a working code to copy, I've managed to make user avatars appear with rounded corners, to fit the aesthetic of …
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I hope you've had a good summer. About one third of mine I spent editing and adding to this wiki, and one of the new pages I added was about Orchard Books, the publishers of Rainbow Magic. I just added it to give context on the series as one of my main goals on any wiki I edit is to give information and detail you couldn't find on Wikipedia.
Whilst researching the different series of Orchard Books, I realised that I've actually bought books of half of them. I know some users of this wiki like to look up the similar series of Rainbow Magic, like the Magic Animal Friends. I might give a small review of how I feel about them, so if people are interested, they can use this blog to see which series sound quite interesting.
Obviously, this serie…
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I was researching in Fantastic Fiction when I spotted Unicorn Magic on Daisy Meadows' author page I believe it's a mistake in the author's website - but I AM WRONG. It was Daisy Meadows' brand new book series since the Magic Animal Friends series are done. Here's the Description:
"A secret world full of magic, unicorns and friendship! The brand-new series from the bestselling Daisy Meadows, author of RAINBOW MAGIC and MAGIC ANIMAL FRIENDS, and the most-borrowed children's author in UK libraries.
Join best friends Lucy and Aisha as they discover a secret world full of unicorns, magic and friendship! Journey with them to the beautiful kingdom of Unicorn Valley, where the beautiful Queen Aurora rules kindly over the unicorns and all other magical…Read more >
Hey guys I created a amino app for Rainbow magic everyne is welcome to join download the amino app look for Rainbow Magic/Fairies. I created this amino because I tried to find one to join but couldn't find one. I don't have any rank names or esp level names on this because I don/t know how to do that since this is my fist amino. Thank you anyone who joined I don't have any contant now so you can post anything thats related to Rainbow Magic.Read more >
My YouTube account is getting, well, pretty popular since I am gonna make a movie festival, I'm gonna make a blog to inspire more people to subscribe. I also like Rainbow Magic, as I am on a Rainbow Magic Wiki. Whatever. These are the characters that I hope appear in a sequel to Return to Rainspell Island. Enjoy this blog!
Yup. The four movie-exclusive humans that bully Rachel and Kirsty about fairies. Lydia is one of my favorite human characters, and probably my favorite antagonist. I wonder what could even happen if she knew (or almost knew) the girl's secret. Maybe she could also be perfect for a sequel!
Ellie, or Kelly in the US, appears in Cara the Camp Fairy/Nicki the Holiday Camp Fairy. Like Bril (one of the popular girls), she believ…
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Sono Qui again, and while I'm writing this article, I was checking a blog post from LexsJB about these illustrations, until I got an Idea.
Okay, I've just saw a colored version of Rachel and Kirsty with their Loom Bracelets from Luna the Loom Band Fairy (if I'm right), and an illustration of 3 Royal Fairies (Kate, Alexandra and Georgie), Jennifer and 2 Little Princes created by an admin of this wiki-slash-artist named LexsJB. Her Colouring Attempts are very Beautiful, and as an upcoming 11th Grade Graphic Design Student, I'll do my own best to color perfectly on my Laptop.
That's why I'm talking about for this topic - Coloring.
When I got my first Rainbow Magic Book - Hannah the Happy Ever After Fairy, I decided to color the Title Page when I…
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I finally finished book one of my own RM fairy group!
It took me forever to find out how I could publish it without anyone being able to find it through the search bar but I finally worked it out.
And there will be illustrations later, just not yet as I'm really slow when it comes to drawing things and making them look good.
Link right here!
I hope it's good, I'm a really bad writer.
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Well hello there.
I've made a lot of my own fairy ocs and I'm thinking of writing my own books for them to see how they turn out. If I write them would anyone be interested in reading them?
They'll be set out similar to the regular stories but with their own little twists and won't just be the exact same story but with a different main character like the books lately have been. If I can I'll also draw some illustrations and put them in too.
I'll probably type them up on wattpad and posts the links here in a blog post if anyone wants them.
Oh and they're in groups of 7 fairies because when I first made the ocs (back in 2014 or something, I can't remember) Rainbow Magic still had 7 fairies in their groups.
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Hi Im fine well not exalty fine I read a blog and I reailised diffrences beteen the UK and the US.
The US books are...
They have numbers on the spine exept the spcal ones not with fancy stuff it is helpful but kinda sad.
the rainbow is at the top with the name of the series unlike the UK covers it does not show the logo insted it shows the next fairy I don't know about you but it's cool to me.
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Anyone can copy Georgie Ripper's original illustration style. But not every illustrator will draw an exact replica of her work, as they will add a bit of their own style in it, and sometimes their styles are so madly different, it's hard not to notice.
For anyone who has ever clicked on any one of my blogs, you'd probably know that for me, illustrations are the most important thing in a fairy book for me. They have defined my childhood: I used to copy them and I've learnt so many things from them like how to draw certain types of clothing, and hands, and hair. And considering art is one of the things I want to do as a job shows how significant Rainbow Magic has been for me.
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Okay, so I am really into Rainbow Magic books, and it got a little crazy. Although you might be scratching your heads about this, I think I like kidnap moments (in books like Scarlett the Garnet Fairy) better than goblin transformations (seen in books like Blossom the Flower Girl Fairy.). Kidnaps are when a fairy, Rachel, or Kirsty get kidnapped by Jack Frost and/or the goblins. Goblin transformations are when the girls and/or the main fairy turn into goblins to fool the actual ones.
It is also said Lexs (the admin on this site) also likes these kidnaps, according to one of her blogs, in these descriptions from the blog:
- ...in the bakery, and also the time Rachel got trapped under a sieve, and also the time when the girls cause havoc during J…
I've had a very busy time recently but I managed to fit in some time for reading Meghan the Wedding Sparkle Fairy which came out today in the UK. This won't be like my previous review, because I don't have much to say about the plot, but a lot about things which aren't the plot.
Nonetheless, I'll describe the plot for you anyway. Rachel and Kirsty are in Tippington Park playing badminton when they come across various people having trouble with their wedding preparations, all who seem to be doing them in the park. They see Jack Frost and his goblins messing around in the weeds in the park pond. They discover he's stolen a fairy's magical item (the ring) and go to Fairyland to notify the King and Queen.
There are preparations in Fa…
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Morning, people (evening or afternoon wherever you are, if your reading this)
It has just gone 1AM where I am, but I wanted to make a quick post about my down thoughts about the newer Rainbow Magic books. I've read LexsJB's and PrincessRosalina's blog posts about mistakes, which I agree with since I also find it annoying.
Yesterday (Thursday 15 March) I received four RM books (Maria the Mother's Day Fairy, Fatima the Face-Painting Fairy, Esther the Kindness Fairy and Elodie the Lamb Fairy) as a surprise gift.
I had a quick flick through Maria's story and noticed that the word 'of' was typed twice. I read a RM book in the past where the same word was written twice and my brain couldn't comprehend whether or not to pronounce the word twice or …
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I MADE A MISTAKE ON THIS BLOG TITLE'S POST! IT'S MARCH 11, NOT MARCH 10! SORRY, GUYS, AND IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO READ ON: Salut!
How are you? Well, I've came from SM City Manila because I've decided to go book hunting. I've visited 3 out of 4 bookstores at the mall, but there's only one store that contains a lot of Rainbow Magic Books, and that is Booksale.
Located next to another Precious Pages Bookstore (Thanks for the Free Barbie Notebook, Guys!), Booksale SM Manila is the place where you can find amazing books for all ages.
Here in Booksale SM Manila, there are a lot of Rainbow Magic Books, because it's a perfect place to search for these. One of the books that I've spotted is Izzy the Indigo Fairy, with its brand new cover (including the re…
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Hi, CupcakeDancer here! I am doing a theory on Cara the Camp Fairy if it the story was actually if Rachel and Kirsty's human friend Kelly was a fairy baby that turned into a human baby and was adopted by Bollie. Years later, Jack Frost's goblins use some sort of power on Kelly and try to capture Kelly and her magical backpack. Hope you enjoy this!
Although Cara’s three magical objects were her main powerful objects, she wears a backpack that isn’t actually one of her objects. She wears it in the entire story, but mysteriously doesn’t wear it on the cover. But also it doesn’t seem to possess any powers, but the goblins seem to want it. In the second story, one of the goblins slipped off Cara’s backpack, only for one of the girls to trip him …
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How are you? I thought I'd just write a quick blog since I've just edited a lot from the computer (as it's easier to do codes and stuff on a computer than a mobile device. ha - coding ...) This blog will have no structure- just me literally ranting about stuff.Not that I haven't done that before...
Anyway, when I looked on the wiki to see that a page for a mermicorn fairy had been created, I almost laughed aloud - I wasn't even meant to be on my phone at that moment. I had no idea what a mermicorn was but I guessed it's a mashup of a mermaid and a unicorn. Hang on, this isn't supposed to be in the introduction, let me put it in its own special chapter.
There, that's better. As an older person, I've never been into these animal trends, with…
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I was reading some of the Rainbow Fairies books last night and I think I realised part of what the older books have that makes them really good. They have a little thing added at the end that makes you wanna read the rest.
The newer books just have 'introduce setting and fairy; find and retrieve the item; say goodbyes' whereas the older books have something extra at the end. Like the Rainbow Fairies have the fairies interacting with each other and talking about their sisters or Jack Frost's horrible plan, and the Weather Fairies have the rooster (I can't remember his name for the life of me) becoming alive for a few seconds and saying part of a message before turning back into a statue. I remember the rooster made me really hooked when read…Read more >
So here I am (LexSex1998), writing a blog post about newer notice box designs. The process of notice box creating on this wiki has bee around since DazzleTheLights created her first one for it. Here are the new designs...
All images used in this blog were created by DazzleTheLights. Anyway, I really hope you like the new notice boxes I made!
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Happy new year, everyone! Hopefully this year will be better than any other year, both personally and universally.
I've already made a list of what Rainbow Magic books I want this year:
- Maria the Mother's Day Fairy
- The Funfair Fairies
Those ones sound interesting by the name of the titles, whereas Endangered Animals Fairies sound similar to the Baby Animal Rescue Fairies, which is a disappointment since there's too many animal fairies already, and I (and many others, judging by the Rainbow Magic fan art wiki) probably came up with better sounding ideas.
But it's the publishers or authors ideas, so by the time they're revealed on Amazon and other sites, none of the fans can protest if that holiday special or upcoming series sounds good until we …Read more >
This year, we have:
It's now effortless to see the other publications of front covers as you can just click on a tab and the picture will come up!
Now that the pages are in the same format, it's consistent throughout the wiki and easy to get information out of.
It looks more professional and organised, so hopefully it'll make the wiki look more appealing.
I managed to stalk down down forgotten editions of the Spanish and French publications, however can't really find the Turkish and Japanese versions. I'll try and look for them when I have time.
It's much easier to navigate around the wiki now as the navboxes group all information from one series together. I need to make the holiday special navboxes, but I'll do that when I have more time and k…
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Nobody knew Rachel and Kirsty’s Secret.They’re Friends with the Fairies.Whenever Jack Frost is up to no good.The girls are always happy to help their fairy friends.Read more >
Sorry if this blog may not be a professional one, but that’s only because it’s my first one, and I’m not used to editing so I’ll just start off simple, anyways I will talk about how I think I enjoy the story.
The concept is very interesting, to tell you the truth, this was the first Rainbow Magic Series I’ve ever read, and that’s why I’m here, I bought the series a long time ago, but only because it looked interesting, I didn’t read it back then, but 2 years later, you know what, I should begin reading it!
I began reading the series at school and it changed me! I was reading more, I got better grades! It was fantastic! I even did a presentation on the series! Anyways, let me go way back and actually talk of the series.
As you might know, Jac…
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How are you? I hope you had a good summer.
I've never been a fan of superhero movies -I just don't really care for them. I don't know what inspired me to buy this book. By looking at the most visited pages on the wiki, Samira the Superhero hasn't seemed to be anticipated much. When I went to the shops on the 5th, I already saw a copy of Samira out, but I didn't have enough time to look at it properly. Because I took a peek at it, it must've made me want to buy it. So for the sake of my new purchase, I will write a review about it, since I enjoyed writing the one about Tiana the Toy Fairy so much.
Rachel and Kirsty are going to watch the new superhero film featuring their favourite superheroes, Tiger Girl and Dragonella, probably …
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Hi so in late may I ordered Sianne and Kat on Book depository but to my shock in a weeks time only Sianne arrived but then I went to check on book depository and it said to be published 6 September 2018 even though other sites say 1 June 2017 and that it cannot be cancelled, I was so shocked and speechless that I dont know what to do now?Read more >
How are you? I'm alright thanks. I don't mean to throw another blog at your face in less than a week but as a frequent user of the wiki, my first thought when I find out something about the series is sharing it here!
A couple of weeks ago, I spent my weekend noting down who wrote each fairy book for the Daisy Meadows page! It took quite a lot of effort and when I finished, I wanted to find the authors' websites/profiles too.
So because I'm a pretty curious person, I was actually brave enough to email Narinder Dhami and Sue Mongredien on what happens in the fairy factory. So these are basically the questions I asked them.
1. When and why did you stop writing?
2. What's the process behind character creation?
3. Do you keep up with the series?
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I just wanted to make this because I wanted to look back over my years of collecting up until now. And I'm not trying to copy LexsJB's Rainbow Reminiscing blog, I thought of doing this anyway.
I first started noticing Rainbow Magic when I was 9 years old. The first books I ever got were the Rainbow Fairies, Weather Fairies, India, Cherry, Jasmine and Katie. I enjoyed them so much I went on the hunt in book stores for more. One year I went to a Fete and spotted a stall with RM books. It was a boxset containing Paige, Stella and Chrissie.
I also received the books for Christmas (such as getting Elisa the Adventure Fairy) and getting all seven Sweet Fairies as an Easter gift in 2013. Heading into the town centre whenever possible to bu…
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This isn't a blog I'm going to spend much effort on, but I just felt as if I needed to share this with you. If you've got other things to do (revision, outings, dates), don't waste time reading this.
Yesterday whilst in the local shopping centre (looking for CDs, btw), we made a quick pit stop in Waterstones (kinda glad that there's still one that exists near us). For those across the pond, Waterstones is/was a great bookshop chain that's on the edge of being extinct like many other great shops (like Blockbuster and Borders and Woolworths. Sorry, going off topic). Whilst I waited for my friend, I went to check out the Rainbow Magic books on sale. The first Waterstones shut down a few years ago, and they had a whole revolving she…
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While I was reading Kate & Elizabeth, I noticed that there are some mistakes at the cover. WIP
For a while now, i've been thinking about Rainspell Island. With my revitalised interest in Rainbow Magic, one of the things that has peaked my curiosity is the number of series that apparently take place on this magical island. In a way it makes sense, as this was where the story began, so a return there has some merit to it.
But this got me thinking. The locations on the map of the island change with each volume, both in location and even their very presence, with some locales making way for others between tales. This isn't a literal in-story disappearance, of course, as the map is hardly to scale, meaning these alterations are more for the purpose of drawing attention to the areas related to a specific story. So whilst the scale may not b…Read more >
Yesterday I bought Tiana the Toy Fairy in the Land of Sweets. I don't know why. I'm not a fan of Tiana, I didn't really enjoy the first book, but I guess I was just curious since it's different to the others. Looking at the statistics, I can see that 'Tiana the Toy Fairy' is one of the most popular pages on the wiki, so for the few visitors who read blogs, this may be useful for you if you're putting thought into buying books.
I haven't written a book review in years so it might be a bit unstructured or boring. Sorry bout that.
Rachel and Kirsty are at Rachel's school disco (a nice unofficial reference to Jade the Disco Fairy where the girls go to Kirsty's school disco) and they're havin' a RADICAL time dancing to loud music, ma…
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I'm researching some info on Rainbow Magic when My Mind reminds me to go in RM's Australian Website. I was surprised there's An Unused Fairy named Matilda the Flying Fox Fairy and her animal Swish. It is located in the Activities Page . Too Bad, One of the Fashion Fairies got her name who's also a Hair Stylist, and There's no Google Search Results.Read more >
Just posting this thought here whilst I remember.
It has for a long time been apparent to me that for many long time fans of Rainbow Magic, the (sort of) anime move Return To Rainspell Island in an alternate timeline of a sort. The basis of this is that it apparently takes place following the Rainbow Fairies set (books 1-7) and ignores everything from the Weather Fairies (book 8-14) onward. I, meanwhile, disagree, and believe that the movie takes place in the same series of events as the rest of the book series. My reasoning for this is something I will go into now, but be warned that it's a little flawed by the virtue of relying on taking entirely unintended meanings of lines in the movie that would otherwise contradict it.
Now, it might be best …
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My name is Wixelt. If my profile didn't give it away, i'm, as far as i'm aware, the only young, adult male fan of Rainbow Magic on the internet (maybe an exagerration, but it certainly feels like it). Having grown up with these books, they constitute a large part of my childhood, so I feel a great nostalgia for them.
Over the years, i've kind of gone off them and come back repeatedly, the most recent time being in the past few weeks, due to needing something from a simpler time in my life to latch on to during the mental stress of a house move. The end of result of this is that I have several shelves full of Rainbow Magic books, all lined up neatly, both in number order and, for the specials, the order they came out in (the exce…Read more >
How are you? I'm alright thanks but I've been thinking about this subject a lot recently. It never occurred to me how much I enjoyed looking into the series and what goes on beyond the stories so I thought I'd group my two (so far) theory blogs together with a simple banner at the top of every blog to make things neater. Who knows? There might be more to come.
Anyway. A while ago, I wrote a page on fairy birth (because a wiki contributor asked about it) but I deleted it and moved it to the fan art page since it wasn't official. As the series has moved on, it has revealed fairies who aren't special (sorry that sounds so mean) and are just in the background. To be honest, I never thought about fairies in the background as I thought every f…Read more >
How are you? Good? That's great. I've realised in my past blogs I've been saying quite a lot about the negative things of Rainbow Magic, like the new design and the low quality of the story writing and illustrations. Now that I'm older and slowly starting to lose interest in the stories, I thought back on all the good times I've had with the series since it came out.
- Listening to Pearl the Cloud Fairy (my first book)
I genuinely felt exhilaration when the girls tickled the goblin with the feather or something, and how they ate candyfloss clouds (combined with Charlie and Lola eating mashed potato clouds, I came to really like clouds back then). Also, Pearl looked a lot like my sister.
- Dressing up as Fern the Green Fairy for World Book Day
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I just wanted to make this cos I want to get my thoughts out on the fourth and last book of the Friendship Fairies. And my first attempt at a book review.
Some of you may be wondering why I didn't start with the first one, Esther. When I went to Waterstones, they only had Clare and Mimi on the shelf, besides other RM titles. In WHSmith they had Esther and Mary, but I didn't want them at the time and was happy with the five books I bought.
When I first started Clare's story, I was a bit disappointed seeing the words at the bottom of the first page: "Join the Rainbow Magic Reading Challenge." Especially the last couple of pages at the end, it feels kind of forceful to me as a long term reader of RM.
As I read, I was a little distract…
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Hi, Everyone! As I'm doing my Research here in RM Wiki, I've just checking Wayback Machine to look for Mia and Juliet's Name Polls. You remember that Mia and Juliet are the only fairies to have their names chosen by Rainbow Magic Fans. According to my Research, Here are their Former Names:
- Mia the Bridesmaid Fairy Poll & Result
- Juliet the Valentine Fairy Poll & Result 1 & 2
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Sorry, I Made a Mistake on the Title. It should be Fairies'.
How are you? I’m good thanks but if you’re an unregistered user, you might not be very good by the end of the blog. Not many Fandom Users read blogs but this one is just here to notify everyone of the big thing that (kind of accidently) happened.
Because I like essay blogs, I’m going to pad this one out a bit even though it doesn’t need it. If you don’t care and only want to know what I’m on about, feel free to skip most of it. You may notice lots of bold writing in this blog just to emphasise certain words.
Unregistered users are also known as Fandom Users or as they used to be called Wiki Contributors. If you haven’t signed up for an account with an email, you’re an unregistered user. In most wikis, Fandom Users can’t add…
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Today, I'm going to tackle a common question that comes up in the series- how old are Rachel and Kirsty?
We know Rachel is 3 months younger than Kirsty (in Cherry the Cake Fairy) and they're in the same school year. Kirsty goes to Wetherbury High in Carly the Schoolfriend Fairy. Secondary schools (ages 11-16) in the UK are sometimes called high schools, but not like the American version (ages 14-18). Rachel's school, Tippington School, gives no reference to which type of school it is.
There are two stories where Kirsty's birthday takes place: Cherry the Cake Fairy and Nina the Birthday Cake Fairy.
In Nina the Birthday Cake Fairy, she doesn't have a certain number of candles, but letter candles that spell out her name. Useful. In Cherry t…
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Ayyy how are you all?
Welcome to another essay blog complete with pictures I annotated and arranged myself. Today, I'll be complaining about the faults this series has. Not that anyone is concerned or anyone will do anything about it.
Feel free to zoom in or click on a photo if it's too small. Soz about any kinda pixilation.
I know very much that literally no one cares a bit about the illustrations of the series but I do so much. The series's drawings were what inspired me to draw when I was younger and they've influenced my drawing style so so much. And now I'm going to insult them and rant about them because there's a really annoying thing about the illustrations for a drawer like me.
And that is the fact that they reuse the pictures. I know…
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Can any of you help with some useful facts on Daisy Meadows for a school project. I can't seem to find that many online. Thank you in advance xxRead more >
Merry Christmas. I hope you had a good day yesterday full of magic (sadly it isn't as easy to believe in Father Christmas at my age but I try my best). It was also sad too because one musician I sort of liked died, but that's 2016 for you.
Anyway, for Christmas, I jokingly asked for a fairy book and I actually got one - Mimi the Laughter Fairy. It's the first book in the new style that I've managed to actually hold, and that isn't in a digital format on my iPad. When reading it, I immediately realised many differences between the new style and old style, not just the graphics. When I made a blog about my thoughts on the new design, I asked myself lots of questions like if the fairy on the side was still there or if the book was physicall…Read more >
Hope your all doing good this month. I can't believe 2016 has gone by so fast and it's nearly Christmas again!
After reading LexsJB's 'Big changes' blog, looking at the logos made me think about the wiki, so I wanted to look back over the last couple of years since I joined and how much it grew over the three years that I've been on.
This was the year that I first joined the wiki. It started when I was searching up the 2011 RM titles, the Showtime Fairies, online and noticed one of the books linked to Rainbow magic wiki. I went to the page and noticed that it had false information of the fairies' appearances (the page for each fairy was made before the series was released in April 2011) but I thought it was true back then.
I noticed the …
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Ayyy how are you all?
It's been a long time since I did a blog. Luckily this time, it isn't an analysing, long essay blog but I do miss writing them. I just need a subject to write about. Anyway, recently, I've been designing a new wiki logo because the old one was drawn years ago and I find it amateur and boring now. Yeah, you can see where I've coloured it in and outlined it. So i designed a new logo. I got the pictures of Rachel and Kirsty from the Big book of Fairies and removed the background of them. Then I coloured in the 'Special Thanks' pictures of Vanessa the Dance Steps Fairy (did you know she has no wings in that picture? i had to draw them myself) and Paige the Pantomime Fairy. Then I realised it wasn't the correct size so I we…Read more >
Ok, so, how old are the girls. I think their around ten. But they would be like really aged since 2003.
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