Making our own lyrics to fairytales

Fairies are fun to imagine. Almost every girl I know loves to play with glitter and flowers and imagine a world of fluttering from bloom to bloom. Today’s round-up is dedicated to my three “fairies” in the making. Creating a fairy house is on our “bucket” list this summer and we would love to hear what dreams and schemes your kids hope to do during their weeks off of school. Next week we are hosting a live pinning party of your favorite kids activities. Stacy of Kids Stuff World is going to be co-hosting it with me on the KOA Campfire COmmunity – AND Lowes Creative Ideas has generously offered a 100$ Gift Certificate to the person who provides an idea that wows the socks off Stacy and I.
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What is a pinning party? It is where we get together, share our favorite links and re-pin the ones that interest us. Crazy. Fun. AND Inspiring. Hope you can join us. Till then, happy browsing some of our favorite fairy activities, maybe some of them will go on your summer bucket list!

Lyrics to fairytaleCreate your own flittering character with flower petals, pipe cleaners, glitter and glue!

Wash with Fairy Water.   Add some fairy fun to bath time play with waterbeads, flower petals and some scents.

Make a pretend fairy house inside a tree.   So imaginative!

With ribbon, sticks, leaves and other treasures, dream up a fairy loom.

Create and perform your own flying princess story with one of the simple puppets from this collection.

Become your own story-book character with a ruffled cape made from a bedsheet.

Fly through the world with your own pair of fairy wings (and there are other ideas for a fairy party here too!)

Tell a tall tale with the help of a story box.

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We love our It’s Playtime linky each week and hope you do too!   Many thanks to my co-hosts who make this possible each week – they love featuring the posts you link up on their blogs:

Hands On: As We Grow

The Imagination Tree

Let the Children Play

Messy Kids

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3 Comments

  1. thank you for including our fairy loom among these inspiring fairy ideas! we have 2 fairy house posts on the blog this week actually, for your fairy house summer dreaming… 🙂

  2. What a brilliant post!!! Brilliant and all sorts of great ideas!!! Thank you so much for linking our project!!! Hope you have a great week!!!

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