This Fairy Day, bring magic into your life and home by making these fantastic fairy crafts for kids! Perfect to play with or to gift your friends!
When I was a kid, one of my favorite book series was the one with the Faraway Tree. Firstly, the idea of different lands appearing at the top of the tree was too exciting. Secondly, what fun characters lived in the tree!
While all the characters had their good and bad points, there was one who was almost perfect – Silky the fairy – and that gave me the impression that all fairies were like that. Of course, now I know that’s not the case, and that even leprechauns are fairies!
However, that doesn’t stop us from celebrating Fairy Day on the 24th of June, and we’re going ahead by making some beautiful fairy crafts for kids. These are fairies that’ll remind you of Silky – they’re almost perfect!
10 Fantastic Fairy Crafts for Kids
These fairies are a great project for fall, when you can find pine cones strewn around. Collect seven of them to make fairies in all colors of the rainbow! Check out Twig and Toadstool for instructions.
These fairies from Consumer Crafts are so pretty, you won’t believe they’re made from clothespins! If you’ve got fake flowers lying around the house, this is the perfect project to make use of them!
These gorgeous little craft stick fairies make great ornaments to decorate your tree or your shelves! Dress them up in any color you like and don’t forget to accessorize with glitter and embellishments!
These fairy dolls from Mark Montano are so amazingly gorgeous, it’s hard to believe they can be made by hand! The dolls do require a fair bit of supplies and equipment, but it’s completely worth the effort. Tip: use these as return gifts for a fairy theme party.
This fairy craft looks difficult, but it’s actually incredibly easy! Adventures in Making gives us a free template to download and print, and the rest is super easy. This also makes a great spring theme gift.
Fairies don’t always have to be dainty and delicate creatures, they can also be tough like rock! Hello, Wonderful has a cute craft that turns plain rocks into magical fairies – without too much effort!
Love recycled crafts? So do we! That’s we’re fans of these fairy dolls from Art Campla which use egg cartons and toilet paper rolls to create some lovely little creatures!
These lavender fairies from The Art Dream are so pretty! They’ve also got long hair that can be braided and styled. Use lace, net or tulle to make the dresses for that dreamy effect.
If you’re looking for a project to make use of the scraps in your craft cupboard, we can’t think of anything better than this pom pom fairy from Made to be a Momma! Use up beads, yarn and ribbon in a beautiful way!
It’s amazing how plain wooden pegs get transformed into these gorgeous fairy dolls! These dolls will make any kid over the moon. Check out the instructions to make these at Hostess with the Mostest.
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I’m sure just looking at these is giving you ideas for stocking stuffers! If you’re caught in a fantasy mood, you might also like to make these Waldorf gnomes or a mushroom house. These are also great crafts to make in accompaniment to any book your child may be reading. Nothing like crafts to encourage a budding reader!