Woodland Faerie Party: The Activities

by This is Carrie on September 3, 2010

As the guests entered they got a little Fairy Face Paint thanks to my extremely talented niece and neighbor.

Then it was time to customize their Fairy Wings.

Making Floral Fairy Head Wreaths was next.

Once our guests were decked out in their fairy wear, it was time to make their own Tiny Fairy Doll.

After the dolls were made, they needed a Tiny Fairy Village to live in.

We had gathered plenty of natural building supplies from our summer camping & mountain biking adventures.

The little fairies had quite the posh living arrangements with “plasma tv’s”, “olympic sized swimming pools” and lots of other luxurious amenities and the guests got swept away in creative play until it was time to blow out the candles.

Find more Woodland Faerie Party posts HERE.


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jamie September 3, 2010 at 4:21 pm

OMG — this might be the neatest thing ever!!! I am sooo going to have to steal some of these ideas!! Thank you!


Sara September 3, 2010 at 7:42 pm

Coolest party EVER. I totally would have gotten lost in all of that – I would have just played and played…and I’m 35 :)


lisa and tate September 4, 2010 at 10:57 am

What a fun party. One that I will remember when Tate, who just turned two, is a older. LOVE IT!


niki September 4, 2010 at 7:33 pm

This is seriously the cutest party ever!! I might have to copy some of your ideas for Mia’s next party. You’re creativity blows my mind!


McKay September 5, 2010 at 3:28 pm

will you be my mom?


Jennifer September 7, 2010 at 7:25 am

You are the most amazing mama ever. I love it!


Kim September 9, 2010 at 8:15 pm

Wow! I wish I had an imagination like yours. I never would have thought of all those things. Everything looks amazing as usual :)


Sarah December 26, 2011 at 9:03 am

How did you make the floral fairy head wreaths? I am looking to do something similar, but can’t find a decent base for the wreath. The best I’ve come up with is pipe cleaners, but I want a more natural and sturdy material.


This is Carrie
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I used heavier floral wire I found at Michaels. It came in longer, straight pieces I was able to loosely braid together to create the wreath. Braiding 3 wires together made it really easy for the girls to weave the flower stems into the wreath.


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