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Fizz the Fireworks Fairy

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Race Fairy
Gender ♀ Female
Series Holiday Special
Magical Item(s) / Animal(s) Cupcake, Bunting, Sparkler
Symbol(s) Fireworks & rockets
Preceding Melissa the Sports Fairy
Succeeding Elsa the Mistletoe Fairy
Location Sundown Village
Special Thanks Kristin Earhart
Publish date UKflag 8 September 2016

Fizz the Fireworks Fairy (U.S. name: Skyler the Fireworks Fairy) is the 37th fairy in the Holiday Special Fairies series.


Fizz has long, dark brown hair held back by a red hairband. She wears a blue jacket over a white and dark blue mini dress over red leggings and light blue ballet pumps. Her wings are pointed and reddish-pink tinted. 

Symbol: Fireworks and rockets

Magic Objects/Job:

Magic Objects:

  1. Cupcake: makes sure plans for fireworks night go well.
  2. Bunting: makes sure everyone has their own traditions and favourite things about fireworks night.
  3. Sparkler: makes fireworks extra sparkly. Without it, they won't be as good.

Job: Ensures that everyone enjoys firework displays.

Jack Frost's Poem

Everyone loves a good firework show,

But I think they're boring places to go.

Some sparkles, some spinners, a Catherine Wheel,

So many fireworks, but what's the big deal?

Everyone's staring up into the sky,

Watching silly explosions- but why?!

Watching this show and ignoring Jack Frost,

Well, I say, all fireworks, go away, get lost!

And this year I won't be left on the shelf,

Because I'll have the fireworks all to myself!

I'll steal Fizz's magic, and all will soon see me,

That the star of the show is me, me , me!


  • Fizz is the UK version of Skyler the Fireworks Fairy
  • She is the second UK fairy to be based off a U.S. Special, the first being Nicki the Holiday Camp Fairy.
  • This is the first special to have the new layout.
  • In her book, the story is set in the village of Sundown, but in Skyler's, it is set in Honeydown.


Fizz's name comes from the onomatopoeia, 'fizz'. Fireworks seem to 'fizz' when they are about to explode.

Do you like Fizz?

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