Tinker Bell

Have you ever wondered how nature gets its glow — who gives it light and color as the seasons come and go? Enter a land of adventure and mystery as Tinker Bell and her four best fairy friends turn winter into spring and, with the power of faith, trust and a little bit of pixie dust, learn the importance of being true to yourself. — Disney.com

It was Spring in this season and Tinker Bell who did not want to be a Tinker Fairy at first, seek the help of her friends to teach her their talents.

Silvermist | Water Fairy

Silvermist has a go-with-the-flow personality. She is a Water Fairy who can charm even the most stubborn dew drop. Sweet and sympathetic, she knows just how to lend a helping hand. — Disney.com

Her first day of training was dewdrops on spider webs.

Sivermist: Okay, you’ve heard of a dewdrop? This is a don’t drop. That’s water fairy humor.

But she could not hold water so she failed to be a Water Fairy.

Iridessa | Light Fairy

Iridessa is a Light Fairy who always looks on the bright side of things. She likes order and following the rules. She is warm and welcoming and makes all new fairies feel at ease. — Disney.com

Her second day of training was mentored by Iridessa.

Fawn: Do you think it’s heavy?

Rosetta: No, It’s light.

But, she could not hold light so she failed to be a Light Fairy.

Fawn | Animal Fairy

Fawn is a tomboy through and through. As an Animal Fairy, she makes friends with any creature she meets. Playful at heart, she enjoys spending time with her friends and playing tricks on them too. — Disney.com

Her third day of training was to teach baby birds how to fly.

Fawn: First, you have to get their attention. Smile and establish trust. See? Okay, open your wings, honey, and flap them up and down. Up and down. That’s the way. Faster, faster. That’s right. Yes! You’re doing it! Okay. Come out this way a little bit. You’re okay. You’re okay. You got it. Keep flapping, keep flapping!

But birds hated her so she failed to be an Animal Fairy.

Rosetta | Garden Fairy

Rosetta is a true artist who loves bringing beauty into the world. Despite being a Garden Fairy, she dislikes bugs, dirt, mud, or anything that will ruin her dress. She embraces exactly who she is. — Disney.com

Vidia | Fast-flying Fairy

Vidia is the fastest of the fast-flying fairies. She is confident and caring in her own way. She loves her friends, but may not say it out loud. — Disney.com

Rosetta would not even try to teach her to be a Garden Fairy so she asked Vidia to train her to be a Fast-flying Fairy. But the latter slammed the door.

Tinker Bell: I bet I could at least paint some flowers or plant some sproutlings. I mean, there must be something I could do.

Vidia: Or if you really want to be a garden fairy…

Tinker Bell: Capture the sprinting thistles.

But that had all gone too far. All the preparations for spring…

And then she met Terence who thought that he was just a Dust-keep Fairy.

Tinker Bell: Terence, what are you talking about? You’re probably the most important one there is! Without you, no one would have any magic! Why, your talent makes you who you are! You should be proud of it! I mean…

Terence: I am.

Upon saying those words, she realized that she should be telling it to herself. And finally, she embraced the fact that she was born to be a Tinker Fairy.

Queen Clarion: You did it, Tinker Bell. You saved spring.

Tinker Bell: We all did it.


FACT: Wendy and Mrs. Darling appeared before the film ended.


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