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  1. Daylan writes: “I’d wanted to make fairy godmother paper dolls for some time, and this was my excuse to finally do it. I had originally planned on doing many more styles, but it became apparent I needed to focus on (mainly) one style. Since the fairy godmothers/enchantress figures so much in mid-late seventeenth-century France (time of Perrault and D’Aulnoy), that was the main style I chose.” Daylan has been kind enough to let us post these, so you can download, cut out, and color your own versions of these paper dolls here – ! :).

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