Spring and summer fairy crafts to do with kids

It is that time of year when new life is flourishing, leaves have sprouted back, flowers are in bloom and the woodland is looking magical. We have spotted some really cute easy fairy crafts to share with you. These would be great for a fairy children’s party, a fairy-themed playdate or a fairy crafty weekend with preschoolers, schoolchildren and tweens. 

Check out these amazing and easy magical crafts — from simple fairy wings to more ambitious fairy houses!

A crafty fairy drink for a picnic

Daisies and Pie have made a Fairy Potion – summer fruit drink. This potion, with fresh summer fruit, fizzy lemonade and a sprinkling of edible glitter, give the drinks a shiny pearlescent look, perfect for magical looking fairy potions. This would be great for a spring picnic or tea party and just imagine these in tiny fairy-sized bottles!



Ideas for fairy garden crafts

Loving this idea from Craft Invaders – how to make acorn cap solar LED lights (aka fairy garden lights) – this is so clever. These are perfect for adorning a little fairy garden. They are powered using an adapted LED garden solar light, and they have put together a step-by-step tutorial for you to try this yourselves. This is not something I would have ever thought have — bravo, Craft Invaders!



Louise from Messy Little Monster has made these cute little painted rock fairy houses. Great if your kids have collected lots of pebbles on your last beach trip, we always end up with pockets full!



Kiddy Charts have shown us how to make a flowerpot fairy garden. They have used wooden pegs to make the fairies and felt and other materials to make toadstools and flowers. Perfect for giving a flower pot a little magic.


This fairy house is amazing, made from an old cable reel to look like a toadstool, well done, Jenny from The Gingerbread House. Go on have a read, the tutorial is very easy to follow. This is something I would love to try, they would also make cute little tables or stools.


Easy and simple fairy wing craft for preschoolers

Claire from The Ladybird Adventures has been making some fairy wings. These ones are lovely and simple so the children can help, the wings are cut out from cardboard and decorated with tissue paper, the kids can go to town with any decorations they fancy.



How to make fairy shoes and wands

These egg box fairy tale shoes are adorable, made by Blue Bear Wood. The kids will need some help as they are a little tricky, these are made with egg boxes and papier mache, then decorated with paint and ribbons. Perfect for any little pixie.


Make a magical fairy wand from Play and Learn Everyday. Everyone loves a wand and these are very simply made with sticks, fabric strips and embellishments to finish them off. You could be a mystical wizard or a pretty fairy.

making fairy wands


Thanks to all of these lovely bloggers for sharing such fantastic ideas. I am certainly feeling inspired! 

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About Sarah Stockley

Sarah is mum to three children and a plethora of animals (mostly cats) and lives in Surrey. You’ll often find her family exploring the great outdoors, foraging in the woods, camping and visiting festivals. Sarah also loves to upcycle things and will happily turn an old pallet into a rustic shabby chic sign. She studied Art and Design at college and when she’s not blogging at Kippers and Curtains she also likes to make bohemian style dreamcatchers. This mum is also never far from her camera – much to the annoyance of her children.

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