If your campaign has become ho-hum because it is unremittingly dark and "edgy", if your players automatically spout off stat-blocks as soon as they see you set a miniature on the tabletop, if there's room in your campaign for an occasional light "nuisance" NPC, then Emily Bongiorno's set of Fey paper figures may be just the thing you need. The set consists of 25 different characters, all in 2 different color schemes and most in black and white line versions also.
The back and the front of each figure is mirrored, but almost all of them are oriented one direction or the other, so its easy enough to decide which way is facing front, which the back, and the left and right sides.
The Fey are tiny creatures who stand about 15mm-20mm tall. I printed some out at 200% and the artwork still looked good at that size. The figures are on a white background with a circular, white integral base. It's easy enough to mount them on whatever basing system you chose to use.
Emily's style may not suit everybody, but I enjoy it, and I am a crusty old geezer who spent over thirty years sculpting miniatures in epoxy for a number of fantasy and science fiction games. It will be interesting to see what Emily comes up with as she matures!