The first fairy picture is a thumbnail, and the second is the entire artwork. Fairy image is printed on semi-gloss photo paper, then turned through a Xyron 900 laminate/magnet cartridge. My mistake is your gain - I accidentally printed the magnet about an 1/8" bigger than the original ACEO art card size of 3.5x2.5".
Story behind fantasy artwork:
The fairy watched hopefully as the human pulled a stoneware cup and saucer out of the cabinet. Her heart fluttered as milk was poured and warmed in the microwave. She was so hypnotized by the cup turning like a merry-go-round that she missed the magical cocoa powder appear on the counter. The fairy jumped when the microwave let out its shrill call, but crept closer as the human carefully removed the cup. Cocoa was whisked into the milk, then topped with a heaping swirl of whipped cream and sprinkled with cinnamon. The smell of sweet chocolate wafting through the air was irresistible.
The fairy buzzed wildly through the house, rang the doorbell and was back in the kitchen before the sound had even reached the human's boringly rounded ears. "Now who could that be?" the human murmured, releasing her grip on the handle she'd been about to pick up.
The human left the room and the fairy triumphantly dived toward the steaming drink. She hugged the cup happily, warmth filling every millimeter of her body.
IMPORTANT: Fantasy art is copyright © by kristin cornell. Please note that the buyer is not purchasing the rights to the image; all publishing and reproduction rights are reserved solely by the artist. This image may not be redistributed, copied, imitated, or modified in any way. If you are interested in licensing this image or participating in a handmade collaboration, please contact me. I also welcome wholesale requests. Yay.