Fairy costume from the back - in graphic house style

How well do you know fairycore?

Let’s discover the extent of your fairycore knowledge, and whether you’re a seasoned fairy enthusiast or a newcomer to this enchanted world. Answer these 10 questions and find out if you’re a beginner or the ultimate fairycore expert. 

Question 1 out of 10:

Which of these is a classic fairycore plant?

Bluebells in a forest
Question 2 out of 10:

Which is the most fairycore way to spend an afternoon? 

Raspberries in a bowl
Question 3 out of 10:

Which of these animals make the best fairycore mascots?

Chipmunk on a wall
Question 4 out of 10:

Which sort of house is the most fairycore?

Cute wooden treehouse
Question 5 out of 10:

Which colours make for the most fairycore look?

Clouds in a pastel sky
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Have you heard of the V&A Museum (or Young V&A)?

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I found out today 19%

I already knew about it 26%

Nope, it’s new to me 27%

Not really sure what that is 29%

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Question 6 out of 10:

You have to plan a fairycore party – what food are you serving?

Confetti in the air
Question 7 out of 10:

Continuing with the party theme, you’ve got to come up with the most fairycore games. Which games are you going to suggest?

Three iced cupcakes
Question 8 out of 10:

Which is a go-to fairycore accessory?

Person arranging flowers
Question 9 out of 10:

What does a typical fairycore playlist sound like?

Record player with orange vinyl
Question 10 out of 10:

Which of these fairytales is the most fairycore?

Woodcut print of fairies

Are you ready to get your results?

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