Grab some forest wood, small branches or bits of drift wood. 

Cut to size and sand. 


Paint faces with an acrylic paint.


Use ribbon and string to add clothes. 


Glue on the hair and add finishing details. 


These wings were made out of a pop can. No, they aren’t sharp. (The other part of the pop can will be used to make flowers for the Fairy Garden -you can read the DIY post on how to make those, here –

 The Garbage Garden – rightbrainedmom

https://rightbrainedmom.com/2016/06/04/the-garbage-garden/ 

You can use a thumb tack to attach the wings to your wood. 

And that’s it! 


And now, these fairies will spend the day playing with the gnomes – read the DIY here DIY Forest Wood Gnomes – rightbrainedmom

https://rightbrainedmom.com/2017/05/05/diy-forest-wood-gnomes/

Have you made Fairies with, or for your child? I’d love to hear about what you’ve made. 💕

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