Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Fairy Party

My husband, Mr. Man made this board game for the party. He drew the most beautiful fairy on the big spinning wheel in the center of the game.
I hung the little beaded fairies over the fairy houses.

The girls decorated their houses with furniture I made out of twigs. They carpeted the houses with moss and added little details like acorn cap dishes.

The table is set for the little fairies.

Please forgive all of the Lulu party posts, I only have 200 more of them! This was a fairy party I had for Lulu and her friends. I made little beaded fairies that the children got to adopt, the certificates are on the table. The kids had to name their fairies and list their special powers. Lulu's fairy could bake cakes and fly at the same time. Mr. Man made the board game for the party and Lulu played it long after the party.

14 comments:

Scintilla said...

That's enchanting! What a lucky little girl to have such creative parents!

Kristen said...

So creative!
I LOVE the hanging fairies. I bet they had so much fun :)

adrienne said...

What a great idea for a party! When they were little, my kids loved making little flower fairies and tiny gardens to go with them.
Love the adoption certificates!

CEDAR JUNCTION said...

An adorable party for sure! I hope to one day have a granddaughter. A fairy party would be so delightful!

Teresa

Tamara Jansen said...

Wow! That is the most amazing birthday party EVER :)

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Wow! I want to come! It all looks so magical!
You're so smart!
Becky

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Okay, those toile cookies are divine--and I'd have loved (oh who am I kidding ? Would still LOVE) to go to a party like that! So clever.

vivienne strauss said...

you are giving your children something many people will never have -- memories of a happy childhood.

Saucy said...

Gaaaaak! This ise easily the best little girl party I've seen, ever.... hands down. Those cages? Divine. What an idea. Too bad Miss Loopy is now too old for that one but there are more than a few readers who will benefit from this idea! Wow!

Tumble Fish Studio said...

You know I'm all over this one . . . a fairy party! Wowzer! I need to make a fairy for Madeline! Send me a picture and I will.
Okay, now just to point out . . . furniture you made out of twigs, little beaded fairies? Oh my, Martha, I mean Linda, am I too old to adopt? I want a mom who can make fairy furniture and acorn dishes and . . . the magic you create in everything you do. You are amazing (and just plain old super cool) and I am so happy to know you. Think how your kids must feel . . . very lucky I am certain!
Marsha

ZenCrafter said...

I love your party ideas; don't stop! And, hey, blog about your son's parties, too, for those of us who have non-fairy loving boys (I'm working on it, honestly, but my youngest isn't having it. He's into knights and monsters at the moment. Acorns, maybe.).

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

I bumped those pictures up on the big screen. I had to see every detail of both party's! Where did you find those houses? My fairy's would love a home like that. They may even grant my next wish if I move them in before Christmas. They adore xmas lights. LOL! Please keep sharing your ideas!

Sweet Wishes,
Sara

hope505 said...

Holy cr@p! Another fabulous party! Are your little daughters planning to become socialites as soon as possible? *heehee!* I read on another blog that you like Missy Elliott...I was picturing a different sort of part altogether...
* ; )

hope505 said...

Holy cr@p! Another fabulous party! Are your little daughters planning to become socialites as soon as possible? *heehee!* I read on another blog that you like Missy Elliott...I was picturing a different sort of part altogether...
* ; )