Caroline, Patron Fairy of North Carolina

Caroline, Patron Fairy of North Carolina
The North Carolina FantaFairy, Caroline, features many of the official state symbols and adoptions, as well as places and other symbols, which are not official, but certainly very representative of North Carolina.

These symbols are:

Strawberries and Blueberries (The Official Berries)
Milk (The Official Beverage)
A Male Cardinal (The Official Bird)
A Shad Boat (The Official Boat)
A Plot Hound (The Official Dog)
The State Flag
Red and Blue (The Official Colors)
A Dogwood Flower (The Official Flower)
Scuppernong Grapes (The Official Grape)
A Honeybee (The Official Insect)
A Gray Squirrel (The Official Mammal)
Esse Quam Videri TO BE, RATHER THAN TO SEEM (The Official Motto)
Carolus (The Latin Name of North Carolina)
Tar Heel State (One of the Official Nicknames)
The Old North State (Another Official Nickname)
The Great Seal of the State of North Carolina
A Scotch Bonnet Shell (The Official Shell)
An Emerald (The Official Stone)
A Pine Tree (The Official Tree)
A Few Carolina Lilies (The Official Wildflower)
A Few Sweet Potatoes (The Official Vegetable)
The Wild Horses of the Outer Banks
Biltmore Castle in Asheville
The Legendary Vessel Queen Anne’s Revenge
A Loggerhead Turtle
A Clown Fish to Represent the NC Aquarium
An Elephant and a Giraffe to Represent the NC Zoo
The Wright Flyer
A Basketball to Represent Tobacco Road Rivalry
The DNA Helix (for the Biotech and Pharmaceutical Industries)
The Binary Code to Represent Technology in NC
The Caduceus that Represents Medicine
Grandfather Mountain
The Pirate Blackbeard
A Few Vases to Represent Pottery
A Lighthouse to Represent the North Carolina Coast

    Also Available:

    Caroline, Patron Fairy of North Carolina
    Chapel Hill Edition
    The Chapel Hill edition features all the state symbols and adoptions as in the general version, plus The Old Well, Downtown and a "Chapel Hill" banner

    Caroline, Patron Fairy of North Carolina
    Raleigh Edition
    The Raleigh edition features all the state symbols and adoptions as in the general version, plus a few acorns to represent Raleigh, City of Oaks.