The fairies have been inspired by their magical surroundings to write you a special Valentine’s poem. All you have to do to receive it, is enter your name and e-mail address so that the poetry fairies can send their enchanting creation to you.
Sugarsnap is a Valentine’s Card Fairy and her busiest time for creating amazing and magical cards is from January through Valentine’s Day. She also teaches students at the Fairy School how they can make their own cards and about the magic that surrounds them. Sugarsnap can’t do everything alone and she relies on some amazing fairy animals to help her with important tasks like making deliveries to stores so that fairies and humans can enjoy her magical creations and give them to their loved ones. Sugarsnap also teams up with Florinda, a florist fairy to create a special flowering card, and with a fairy writer whose name is Trumpet to create memorable verses. Throughout her work, Sugarsnap even discovers a romance of her own. Read Sugarsnap: The Valentine’s Card Fairy to explore this magical journey of card creation and love.
Thank you for signing up to receive a free Valentine’s fairy poem courtesy of the talented fairy poets and Teelie’s Fairy Garden.Find your copy of the fairies’ magical Valentine’s poem below.
We hope that it makes you look forward to this season of love. The fairies are very pleased that you wanted to read their poetry. They hope that you’ll continue to explore Fairy Land and get to meet more fairy friends. There are so many of them and they all do amazing work.
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