I am SO thrilled to share with you how I overcame my fear of fairies…
I mean my fear of drawing fairies. I simply skipped over the fairy right to the wings!
OK, you can read more about my experiences with these fairy wings AND download a FREE SAMPLE FAIRY PAGE right this way! But this post is dedicated to sharing with you my “bonus package” with 5 beautiful fairy-esque coloring pages.
Otherwise, scroll down just a bit for details and larger previews of each page and for the scoop on how I colored the Fairy HQ page.
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5 FAIRY COLORING PAGES FOR ADULTS:
Every component of these pages was hand-drawn, although I did do some digital work to combine components. I also vectorized it to create sharp lines, but I was careful to keep the quality and depth that I work on with each page.
Some offer a back view and some a side view! Make sure to give each one a name. The Garden Fairy (the roses and leaves in the center) is my favorite.
Life is a fairytale if you dream:
Because life can be anything if you dream – so why not make it a fairytale?
This page is 100% hand-lettered and hand-drawn. It features small intricate details, both as standalone aspects (around the word “fairytale”), and as larger units (the cloud under “dream”)
Ever wondered what fairy headquarters look like? Well, now you know! This was a blast to color, and I can’t wait to finish! I’ll share a closer-up look below.
The last fairy wings:
This was actually the last set I put together. Uncolored it’s actually not my favorite (it looked much better in my imagination) though I’d imagine that colored it would be fiery red with gray and black for an evil fairy. Is there such thing as an evil fairy?
More Fairy Wings:
You have a large set of “master” fairy wings and smaller sets around it, plus plenty of pixie dust! Have fun!
How I colored my FAIRY HQ page:
I’ve recently added a pack of Stabilo 88 markers to my coloring stash. While I do love it, I find that it can be a bit bland, and insufficient for larger areas. This page has lots of small detail and so it was perfect. I didn’t even need to “supplement” with larger tipped markers.
After I filled out the cloud detail, I went over it with a white chalk marker to add translucent “highlights” and depth to it. I added metallic detail to the “aura” and pixie dust above the cloud using a silver paint marker.
I haven’t yet finished, but I’ll probably attempt a background using chalk pastels in soft tones with some swirls of white.