3 pairs of wings hang in my daughter’s closet. Sparkly wands stand in a container on her dresser.
Like so many young girls, she loves all things fairy.
These fairy crafts are the perfect combination of whimsy and magic to inspire any little girl’s imagination.
They’d be fun kids crafts for girls that love fairies.
If you know a little girl that loves fairies, I promise she will love these cute crafts.
And, if she likes mermaids, too, you’ll want to check out these fun mermaid gift for girls.
From miniature fairy houses and gardens to homemade wands, there are so many magical craft ideas to choose from.
I’ve organized them by type so you can find the perfect craft to inspire dreams of tiny winged creatures fluttering around the flower beds.
Miniature Fairy Dolls
Flying Craft Stick Fairies — Turn simple craft sticks into fairies that can really fly. (pictured)
Simple Clothespin Fairies — A simple clothespin becomes a fairy when you add pipe cleaner wings.
Flower Fairies — These beautiful fairies would be fun for kids to play with.
Sugar Plum Fairy Peg Doll — This would be fun to play with or to hang as a decoration.
Paper Fairy Puppet — Discover how you can turn your photo into a stick puppet.
Tinkerbell Clothes Pin Doll — Kids will have fun making the most famous fairy of them all with this simple idea.
Winter Fairy Peg Doll — These cute little fairies are perfect for pretend play. (pictured)
Clothes Peg Fairies — Girls will love making these simple flower fairies.
Fairy Spoon Doll — Turn a spoon into an adorable fairy.
Lego Mini Figure Fairy Hack — Make your own wings and turn your mini figures into fairies. (pictured)
Gorgeous Stick Fairies — A stick with wings made of leaves is a fun nature craft that inspires imagination. (pictured)
Fairy Wand Crafts
Sparkly Fairy Wand Party Invitations — Planning a fairy birthday party? This would be a super cute invitation idea!
Rainbow Ribbon Fairy Wand — With it’s rainbow of ribbons, this wand will be a huge hit with any little girl. (pictured)
Shimmering Nature Wand — Your child will have fun using a bit of nature to make this sparkling wand.
Garden Fairy Butterfly Wands — Why stick to ordinary wands? This one looks like tiny butterflies have landed on that wand. So cute!
Twirling Ribbon Sticks — Every girl will love these wands with long, curling ribbons. (pictured)
Felt Fairy Wand — Use felt to personalize that wand in her favorite colors.
Fairy House Craft Ideas
DIY Toy Tree House — This multi-storied tree house is sure to inspire hours of pretend play with some homemade fairy dolls. (pictured)
Alice the Fairy Natural Play Area — A little dirt, some rocks, and miniature toys are all you need for this idea.
Fairy Garden Small World Play — Turn an old dresser drawer into a miniature play land.
Portable Small World Fairy Garden — Kids will love having their own play set they can take with them.
Play Dough Fairy Garden — Colorful play dough and small trinkets are perfect for inspiring play. (pictured)
Recycled Fairy House — Discover how your kids can turn trash into a cute fairy house.
Egg Carton Fairy Houses — You can make a whole village of tiny houses using a recycled egg carton.
Fairy Garden Crafts
Succulent Fairy Garden — Succulents are perfect for using in a miniature fairy garden. (pictured)
How to Make a Miniature Fairy Garden — Find the perfect plants to create your own world in a flower pot.
Painted Fairy Houses — Turn flower pots into cute houses that are perfect for the garden.
Fairy Garden Mason Jar Terrarium — This mason jar idea would make a cute decoration for a child’s room or the kitchen table. (pictured)
How to Make a Fairy Garden — Here’s another simple way to create your own fairy world in a flower pot.
Seashell Fairy House for the Garden — Use all those shells from your last vacation to make the perfect summer home for fairies. (pictured)
Fairy Door Craft — Is that a tiny door at the base of that tree? You’ll love this whimsical idea.
Craft Stick Fairy Door — Here’s another fun way to create that tiny door, using craft sticks.
Beautiful Fairy Door — Where will you place your fairy door? On a flower pot? On a tree? Wherever you put it, it will be magical. (pictured)
More Fairy Crafts for Kids
Fairy Lanterns from Mason Jars — Wouldn’t your child love to catch a fairy? These whimsical jars are perfect as night lights and look like a fairy has been caught in the jar. Tweens and teens would have fun with this one. Or, make it as a gift for your younger child. (pictured)
Plastic Bottle Fairy House Nightlights — Recycle a plastic bottle into an adorable nightlight.
Fairy House Luminaries — This is a simpler version of a light up fairy house that younger crafters will have fun with. (pictured)
DIY Homemade Fairy Wings — Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun decorating their very own fairy wings to wear.
DIY Fairy Wings — Create beautiful wings for your child to wear. Perfect for pretend play. (pictured)
Bottled Fairy Dust Necklace — Tweens will love making this necklace full of magical fairy dust.
Fairy Sensory Play
Fairy Soup Sensory Play — Young children will have fun using real flower petals to create their own version of fairy soup. (pictured)
Fairy Play Dough Recipe — This sparkling play dough is super soft.
Fairy Mud Sensory Play — Imagination will soar when kids start mixing up this fairy mud. This is perfect for outdoor play.
Fizzing Fairy Potions — No child can resist this fizzing science fun. (pictured)
Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust — Encourage early writers to work on fine motor skills and letter creation with this idea. (pictured)
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Originally published April 19, 2017.