Lolly Stick Fairy Door Craft

Make your own mini fairy door out of lolly sticks, card and foam. This is a great craft for a little girl and looks fun standing against the skirting board!

Make your own mini fairy door out of lolly sticks, card and foam. This is a great craft for a little girl and looks fun standing against the skirting board!

To make this DIY fairy door you will need:

Paint (pink)

Paint brush

Button (white)

Glue (pva or glue gun)

Scissors

Pen

Step 1 Using the pen, draw the shape you want your fairy door to be on a pink piece of card. This should be approximately 12 cm tall.

Step 1

Using the pen, draw the shape you want your fairy door to be on a pink piece of card. This should be approximately 12 cm tall.

Step 2 Place the lolly sticks inside the shape you have drawn, with the tops of the sticks lining up with the edge of the shape. Then draw a line on the sticks where the end of the paper is. Then, place two more sticks across the others horizontally, and draw lines on these where the side of the other sticks are.

Step 2

Place the lolly sticks inside the shape you have drawn, with the tops of the sticks lining up with the edge of the shape. Then draw a line on the sticks where the end of the paper is.

Then, place two more sticks across the others horizontally, and draw lines on these where the side of the other sticks are.

Step 3 Cut the sticks across the lines that you have drawn. Glue them down onto the card (and stick the two shorter pieces across the others as shown in the photo). Then cut the card around the lolly sticks to make the fairy door shape.

Step 3

Cut the sticks across the lines that you have drawn. Glue them down onto the card (and stick the two shorter pieces across the others as shown in the photo). Then cut the card around the lolly sticks to make the fairy door shape.

Step 4 Once you have cut out the fairy door, mix up the paint to the colour you like, and paint the lolly sticks. Leave to dry.

Step 4

Once you have cut out the fairy door, mix up the paint to the colour you like, and paint the lolly sticks. Leave to dry.

Step 5 Draw around the fairy door on the back of a sheet of glitter foam, then draw an archway wide enough to cover the edges of the sticks. Remember to leave two shapes on the left hand sides for the hinges! Then stick a white button onto the lolly sticks - this will be the door knob.

Step 5

Draw around the fairy door on the back of a sheet of glitter foam, then draw an archway wide enough to cover the edges of the sticks. Remember to leave two shapes on the left hand sides for the hinges!

Then stick a white button onto the lolly sticks - this will be the door knob.

Step 6 Draw the shapes of two flowers and a heart onto the blue piece of card and cut out. Then cut two circles out of the yellow card (for the inner bit of the flower) and two stem shapes out of the green card. Glue the yellow circle onto the blue flower and the flower onto the stem.

Step 6

Draw the shapes of two flowers and a heart onto the blue piece of card and cut out. Then cut two circles out of the yellow card (for the inner bit of the flower) and two stem shapes out of the green card. Glue the yellow circle onto the blue flower and the flower onto the stem.

Step 7 Glue the heart and flower card shapes onto the fairy door and you're finished! Place onto a skirting board in your home for the fairies to come and go. Subscribe to my newsletter to receive fun craft ideas weekly! Please note: this blog post contains affiliate links, however all opinions are my own and I only link to products that I personally use and recommend. Here's a video showing you how to make this DIY fairy door craft. Subscribe to my youtube channel for more crafty videos!

Step 7

Glue the heart and flower card shapes onto the fairy door and you're finished! Place onto a skirting board in your home for the fairies to come and go.

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