I’ve never thrown a fairy party because I have two boys but if I ever had to plan one I would want fairies everywhere. Besides flat fairy cutouts, there isn’t much out there for paper fairy decorations so I’m on a mission to change that. My last fairy design was this Place Card Fairy. And here I’ve created a table top fairy that sits at the edge of any flat surface. Her name is Livia and she lets her legs hanging freely as she watches the world around her.
Here are a few notes before you get started on assembling your table top fairy:
- Your download will include a fairy with wings attached and a fairy with wings separated so you can use different color paper for her body and wings.
- If the dotted fold lines in the SVG file are importing into your software as solid lines, make sure you change them back to dotted lines before cutting. You can also use solid lines for scoring if you have this feature on your machine. For this fairy the lines at the base of her wings, in her skirt and at her legs should be dotted lines.
- This fairy is about 7″ from head to feet and 9″ from the top of her wings to her feet. If you resize her, remember to resize all the cutouts.
- The cutouts below are all the parts included in your download. You’ll essentially be attaching two fairy cutous together to create one fairy. Remember to cut out mirror images of each cutout if you’re using paper that is single sided like glitter paper.
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Table Top Fairy SVG – Livia
60lb or 65lb Cardstock Paper and Glitter Cardstock Paper
Small Paint Brush
Bowl For Glue
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