Here is another table top fairy decoration for a fairy party or a magical woodland theme. This is my first table top fairy if you haven’t seen it. I wanted this new fairy to be a Woodland Fairy so I drew large leaves for her wings and added vines as a decorative element.
I have another Woodland Fairy that hangs and I’ve heard back from so many of you how much you love the lushness of her wings so I gave this table top Woodland fairy the same lush foliage, but added a little more drama with the way the vines come out beyond her wings and hang over the table. When you’re making your fairy, feel free to add as many or as few vines as you want in her wings.
Below are the parts that are included in each download for this fairy. You’ll notice there are cutouts where the fairy’s body is detached from the wings. This is an option I included so that you can make her main wings in a different color than her body. I get this request often for my winged creatures so I try to include this option with my new designs.
This fairy is a pretty fun craft and with my video tutorial it should be easy to make. Especially if you’ve made any of my other winged creatures—the basic assembly is the same across them all. Scroll down below to watch my video tutorial when you’re ready to make your fairy.
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Table Top Woodland Fairy SVG
60lb or 65lb Cardstock Paper
Small Paint Brush
Bowl For Glue
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6 thoughts on “Table Top Woodland Fairy”
These are beautiful
Thank you so much Karen!
Thank you Karen!
I didn’t get a download link
Hi Helen. Thanks for reaching out—I’ve sent you an email. It’s coming from firstname.lastname@example.org.