to make fairy headband
Wrap the headband with the wire.Tie a bow and leave
tails of 12 inches.
If the flowers came on stems,you need to pull them off.Be
careful not to cut off the entire green part that holds
the flower intact.
start in the middle and work your way around,glue on
the flowers with the craft glue over the ribbon.
may have to glue some, let them dry then glue some more.
Since it it round it is easier to prop up.Then start
Let completely dry.
needed for fairy wand:
- 12 inch dowel
- silver spray paint
- silver glitter
- wood star
- pink ribbon-2 feet
- craft glue
make fairy wand
1- Spray the dowel silver.Let dry.
2- Put glue over the entire star. Sprinkle with silver glitter.Let
3- When the star is dry turn over and do the other side.
4- Take the dowel and make a V shape in one end.
5-Now glue the star into the V shape.
Let dry over night.
needed for fairy wings
- 2 pink flower buttons
- armature wire
- clear thread
- craft glue(that is for all materials)
- pink tulle ( 2yards)
- pink fur boa
- pink ribbon
make fairy wings
the wire into a B shape.with one end fatter than the other.Cut
where it meets and glue. Repeat for the other wing .Make sure
to the wings match in size.
two layers of the tulle wrap the wing .Trim about an inch
around.Now take the clear thread and sew the tulle onto the
wire tightly. Repeat for other wing.You will actually have
4 layers of tulle.
attach the wings together cut a 4 inch strip of ribbon. Also
cut a strip of ribbon that is long enough to wrap around the
waist and back.
a flower button, lay near the end of the 4 inch strip and
sew in place. Do for other side as well.
the waist strip of ribbon on the table,lay the wings on top.
Now lay the button strip on the wings. Position them to where
you have a gap between the wings,around 2 inches.
up one wing and both ribbons,you are going to sew this in
place using the button to help secure the thread. Repeat for
other wing.make sure you keep the gap space.
the boa to fit each wing. Glue along the metal edge and place
the boa on.Let dry completely.
the author: Michelle Waite is a wife and mom of two
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