That lil' tyke, especially the fact that she's sitting down, is a sign of a repressed emotion from your childhood. Did you spend too much time in a hospital as a kid from a bad accident, or is your relationship with your mom a bit...distant? Maybe it's something deeper. like when you were in the womb - either way, this can stay with you well into your adult life.
The bright red-and-blue butterfly is normally linked to positive vibes (think of all those monarch butterflies you see in calendars), but there's more it than that. If you look at it from dream interpretation, butterflies are a sign of chances and beginnings, and from a spiritual POV, they're agents for the souls of the afterlife. That means when you looked at this butterfly you are holding a fear of death, or not living the life you want, or missing out on chances.
This fruit is carefully placed at the center of this image, but more importantly, the strawberry will most definitely NOT fit in your mouth. Greek mythology gave strawberries the symbolism of love - in legends, the goddess Venus cried after Apollo died and every tear that fell became a berry. Not that this should mean you should start emo-gardening, but it might mean that you're hiding a fear about a relationship, either one that you think might end soon or that you don't trust.
We can't see the forest for the - well, you know the rest, but what do these two trees cradling the little girl mean? Well, for starters, trees are regularly the symbol of the roots (haha, get it) of our cause. Since there are two trees, the meaning is that of a bridge for an inner conflict we haven't been able to solve.
Let's keep it 100 here - the image of a spider on top of anyone's head is gonna be creepy AF, so will its deepest, darkest fear be the worst? The answer is yes - it kickstarts those evolutionary impulses of survival instincts in everyone. So if that was the first one you notice, it just means you're just really not comfortable where you are at this moment.
Let's ramp up the scare factor here - we have one-eyed teddy bears sitting by the trees. This is a definite twist on what should be the sweet, cuddly image of a childhood classic. This can also mean you have a childhood fear stuck somewhere inside, but it can be even meta and be a sign of a fear of being afraid.
There's a hidden part that was pointed out by people in the comments section of many sites - a pale sun with rays of light. While many interpretations show that there are good vibrations on the way, the overall style of this image is probably leaning toward something different. Some dream interpretations take a sun high in the sky as a sign of a conflict on the way.
Fears can be taken apart from every part of this image, as long as you look for the part the creeps you out the most. But If you pull away from it and take it all in, you will find the scariest one where the outlines of the trees and grass meet. And sometimes, it stands for your unconscious fear of facing the disappointments from relationships or worse of all the fear of your death or of those you care the most.