Created by: cinnamompixie
Project

clothes pin fairies

What are you most proud of? How far they have come from the first few I made. How happy children are while playing with them. I love the fact that my daughter enjoys these so much that once, when I tried to give one to an adult friend my daughter pitched a fit. She cried that SHE wanted the fairy. My friend wouldn't even take it,when she saw how sad my daughter was. At the time I couldn't let my daughter have it. Not they way she went about screaming for it. That was 2 years ago, it's going in her stocking this year ;^) Finally I am proud of the fact that even my sons like them. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be careful of the hot glue. If you are afraid to draw faces... my first 10 or so were faceless & they were still cute. Even so, if you are afraid, give it a try. Practice on paper & use color pencil. Have fun! Let your imagination guide you!

You Can Make This

cinnamompixie made clothes pin fairies with:

  • Clothes pins
  • wooden beads
  • silk flowers(that you take apart)

Project Description

What are you most proud of? How far they have come from the first few I made. How happy children are while playing with them. I love the fact that my daughter enjoys these so much that once, when I tried to give one to an adult friend my daughter pitched a fit. She cried that SHE wanted the fairy. My friend wouldn't even take it,when she saw how sad my daughter was. At the time I couldn't let my daughter have it. Not they way she went about screaming for it. That was 2 years ago, it's going in her stocking this year ;^) Finally I am proud of the fact that even my sons like them. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be careful of the hot glue. If you are afraid to draw faces... my first 10 or so were faceless & they were still cute. Even so, if you are afraid, give it a try. Practice on paper & use color pencil. Have fun! Let your imagination guide you!

Q&A with cinnamompixie

womanwithstixs asked:
They are super cute!!!! Great work!
cinnamompixie answered:
Thank you!! They are great fun to make with children ages 8 & up (help with hot glue gun when appropriate)I would love to see a picture if you make some

Skill Level

Beginner