If you need a needlepoint fairy godmother to help you over those rough spots in your stitching, Ruth Schmuff has one ready for you, complete with a Sheena James stitch guide.
I've seen the guide and it's wonderful. It has lots of diagrams to help you stitch your own fairy godmother just like Sheena's, a thread list on the back of the guide so you can shop for supplies without even taking the guide out of its protective plastic envelope, and the diagram that is your road map to all the tiny areas is laminated so you can handle it for a long time without damage. Throw in some unique stitches, cute little pedal pushers covered in sequins, perfect red shoes, a hairstyle to die for and of course the tiny charms that come with the kit (for a limited time), and this is a fairy you need in your life.
Best of all, she has sisters in case what you really need is a garden fairy instead. Sadly, Sheena hasn't done guides for the Needlepoint Fairy's kin but I bet you can have a lot of fun creating a fairy perfect for your life regardless.