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Make Your Own Fairy Wings

Updated on September 3, 2014
These pink wings have elaborate shapes and a few cut-outs.
These pink wings have elaborate shapes and a few cut-outs. | Source

Spread Your Wings & Fly!

Fairy wings are good for costume parties, conventions, gatherings, street fairs, parades, Halloween, May Day fests, stage plays and rainy days. Fairy wings go great at protest marches, outdoor concerts, foot races and marathons, trips to the beach and have even been known to make appearances on brides at weddings. Kids have a special love for fairy wings, so consider a wing-making party for your child on their next birthday!

This page will show you how you can make your own wings easily, or help you find a ready-made pair if you are really in a hurry. The options for what your wings can look like will only be limited by three things: your imagination, what you want to make them out of and how much money you can spend (and I've got some suggestions for how to do wings without breaking the bank!)

The most important part of any fairy costume is a really great pair of wings!

— relache
Great Book of Fairy Patterns: The Ultimate Design Sourcebook for Artists and Craftspeople
Great Book of Fairy Patterns: The Ultimate Design Sourcebook for Artists and Craftspeople

When it comes to the DIY craftsperson and artisan, this book is a stunning resource. If your fairy costume-making is going to be a more-than-once situation, this book is completely worthwhile!


FairyLore - books and research - Gather inspiration to create your fairy self

You may be surprised to learn that there are more types of fairies in the world than you thought, or you may be aware and feel overwhelmed in trying to decide which type of fairy you are.

In essence, fairies are magical creatures with humanoid form, often relating to the land or the elements. They can be fictional, fantastical or absolutely real, depending on your preference. They tend to range in size from itsy-bitsy to life-size, and can be totally wild or live a sophisticated court life in fairy society. Fairies are helpful or mischievous as they themselves desire.

You can be your very own kind of fairy too, made up of the bits that you like best. Take a look at lots of fairies and write down what sort of features and outfits you really like, and your fairy will soon reveal itself to you!

The World of Faery: An Inspirational Collection of Art for Faery Lovers
The World of Faery: An Inspirational Collection of Art for Faery Lovers

This book is great if you want to see just what might be possible or what sort of fairy you are inside. Fairies can be simple, or they can get really elaborate. Always consider time and budget when having your fairy fantasies.

Blue and purple fairy wings, made from nylon with painted detailing.
Blue and purple fairy wings, made from nylon with painted detailing. | Source

Types Of Wings

what sort of fairy are YOU?

Fantasy fairies can have any kind of wings you can imagine. Here are some of the most common shapes, styles and variations you'll find for wings.

One of the biggest considerations for making your own wings is the size and scale of the wings. Fairy wings that don't go past your own shoulders can be worn just about anywhere and travel easily. Wings that stretch out as long as your own arms, go up over your head and down past your waist can be show-stoppers but they also present many concerns for moving around other people, going through doors and when sitting down.

Angel wings - Large, fluffy white feather wings. The classic shape is like two arches over the shoulders with the wings folding down along the back. However some people are a bit more "dark angel" and do these wings out of black feathers.

Bat wings - Black, skin-like wings. These are often made of fabric and attached down the arms to unfold and wrap with arm movements.

Bird wings - These can vary to be feathered to match specific birds or can just be very feathery wings.

Dragon wings - Larger than bat wings, these are often very leathery. In older dragons, they can have ripped edges or torn holes in them.

Dragonfly wings - These wings are often iridescent and are very slender and long.

Butterfly wings - Large or small, these are often bright and have elaborate patterns.

Moth wings - More round than butterflies, these are often slightly translucent and a whitish color.

Fantasy wings - Make your wings any combination of the above as you wish!

Large Purple Fairy Wings with Feather (33 in) by Cutie Collection
Large Purple Fairy Wings with Feather (33 in) by Cutie Collection

These big wings come with a fun feathered edge. Be sure to keep them away from excess dirt and moisture.

Close-up of layered fairy wings.  Several panels of the same or different shapes can be combined.
Close-up of layered fairy wings. Several panels of the same or different shapes can be combined. | Source

Instructions for making your own Fairy Wings

Without too many supplies and a little effort, you can make your own fairy wings.

Deciding what to make your wings look like often takes longer than the actual wing-making part! You can make your wings look exactly like some type of real wings, or you can make up your own colors, style and shapes. It's best to work out your design ahead of time however, as that saves time and supplies when it comes to the actual crafting part of the process.

For making wings, you'll want:

- 14g-16g galvanized steel wire. The wire should bend easily, but not too easily or your wings won't hold their shape.

- wire cutters

- duct tape or heavy electrical tape

- pantyhose or sheer material. Hose takes less sewing.

- scissors

- safety pins

- needle and thread

- ribbon, wide cording or elastic (to make ties for wearing the wings)

- wing decorating stuff = fabric paint, glitter, feathers, rhinestones, silk flowers, fringe, whatever!

To start, bend the wire into the overall shape of your wings. You can make a figure eight with the wire, or you can make two separate loops and attach them to each other. At that point, you can either leave the wings as round shapes or re-shape them as you wish. For large or elaborate wings, you make larger loops to have more material to manipulate. Use the tape to fasten the loops into closed shapes and/or to fasten them to each other. This taped part is the "spine" of your wings so make sure it's strong but not too bulky. Pay attention to how big your wings get. Too wide and you'll have problems walking around. Too long and you'll have trouble sitting down when wearing them. You can also take thinner gauge wire and twist two pieces of it around itself to make a thicker piece strong enough to use as a wing form.

Once you get the basic wings assembled, you then cover them. If you are using pantyhose, you cut each leg off the waistband/panty section and stretch it over the wires. Be very careful or you can accidentally put runs in your wings. Patterned or sparkly pantyhose can make the wings fancy. If you are using a flat piece of sheer material, trim the fabric to be the same shape as the wing form, but just about a 1/4 of an inch larger is size. You then wrap the slight edge over the wire and stitch the material onto the wing frame with hand sewing. Make sure to use the lightest material you can, so your wings don't get too heavy. Sewing material over the spine is optional, but some people like to use elaborate or heavier materials for this part when they choose to decorate it. One cool thing you can do too is to make layered wings (like in the picture here). Adding more than just two wings can be really cool. Be sure to vary the overall wing shape from layer to layer for the best effect.

Next, add the straps for wearing. This way, you can still sew and bend the wings to shape without hurting any of the art. Most people like having four straps to fasten their wings: one going over each shoulder and one going under each arm, then tied across the chest. Don't make your wings tie across the front of your throat because you can hurt yourself if you snag your wings. Wings can also be sewn onto the back of clothing. Having a friend who can hold your wings in place while you work out the straps is very helpful! Whether these straps attach to the wing edges or the spine part is up to you. Which option do you think fits and/or looks best?

Then, once the wing shape is set and you can attach them to yourself, decorate them to your heart's content. Be careful again to not make the wings so decorated that they bend out of shape or make your upper back sore when you wear them. If you have bits of wing decorations left over, a thin wooden dowel can easily be made into a matching fairy wand.

faericon wings
faericon wings | Source

Fancy Wing Effects - texture and sparkle

When it comes to making fancier wings, there are two ways to go. Either make yourself a pair of fairly plain wings to decorate or buy a simple/plain pair and then decorate the heck out of 'em! I happen to enjoy the second method a lot.

What you see here are some nice fancy wings that I photographed at Faeriecon West 2013. They show a combination of great effects. One is shaded wings. Notice they aren't just a solid color. Misting on fabric paint that has been thinned is one way to create this look. You can also paint dye on the wings if you know how.

Another effect seen on these wings is veining. Glitter fabric paint can be bought in squeeze bottles, comes in a huge range of colors and is very easy to apply. You can outline details or create patterns or veins. Keep a paper towel on hand to wipe the tip clean in between making different lines and you can easily avoid blobs on the wing fabric.

The most striking feature of these wings are the gold-edged holes. These are most often made by burning very tiny holes in the wing fabric with a stick of incense and then painting around the edges with fabric paint to seal them and prevent the fabric from running. Make some tests on scrap fabric before you actually try anything on a pair of wings so that you don't ruin all your hard work.

D.I.Y. Wings - more methods & techniques - Incredible tips and tricks for making your own wings

Here are more variations for how to make your own wings that I found on the web. If you are looking to make wings that vary from what I've described above, you'll probably find the how-to somewhere below. Check out the "no-sew" method, or see the amazing bat wings!

Extra fancy fairy wings sometimes have feathery bits and light-up.
Extra fancy fairy wings sometimes have feathery bits and light-up. | Source

Add some zing to wings

Jacquard Lumiere Exciter Pack .5oz 9/Pkg
Jacquard Lumiere Exciter Pack .5oz 9/Pkg

Used straight from the bottle or thinned and applied with a brush, these fabric paints can easily add dimension and sparkle to any wings. This set will last across many projects and is great as it has something to contrast with any color.


Dyeing Or Painting Your Fairy Wings - A good question from a reader!

"I'm making my own wings for my wedding. I'd like to dye the stocking, as I've seen some wings that look hand dyed in certain colors. I tried using acrylic paints but it looks weird on the stocking, do I use fabric paint?"

How you paint or dye your wings depends on the material being used to make the wings themselves. Acrylic paints will only work well on solid materials. They are too thick for sheer netting.

I have an MFA in Textiles, so I can tell you for sure that in order to dye fairy wings, you have to use dyes made to work on the specific fiber of the material you are using. I suggest avoiding anything with polyester in it, as for that you need hydrochloric acid to open the fiber molecules and make a color bond... nasty stuff!

There are brands of dye made for home and craft use that will dye nylon well. I avoid RIT brand dye myself, as it's a composite dye and usage of it is hit or miss. For dyeing nylon, I prefer to use Jacquard brand dyes. The instructions come right on the little powder container. Many of the larger chain craft and art stores carry their products.

Paints that are designed to work on fabric are what work best on materials that are sheer and stretchy, although be cautious about heat setting, as pantyhose will melt if you actually try to iron it. Since fairy wings are occasional wear, most of the time you can get away without heat setting the paint. There are fabric paints that are described as "flow-able" and this is the effect you want, something that paints on but acts more like a dye (which soaks in).

You will want to test what you are doing on some spare fabric as it will often take a bit of practice to figure out your painting technique. Thinning the fabric paint and applying it very lightly is often the only way to keep the wings from looking too caked or clunky when painting. Many professional wing makers use airbrushes to apply painted effects, but that's often too much equipment for the casual wing maker. There are a few brands of aerosol fabric paint on the market and those might be a good option along the lines of airbrushing, but I haven't worked specifically with any of those so I can't give a more informed recommendation yet.

Starting with material that is one of the colors you want is better than starting out with something that needs to be entirely dyed. That way you only have to work on adding accents. When painting on wings that are already on their wire forms, you'll want to make a hole or space so that you can put some tissue paper or paper bag between the two layers which will prevent painting right through and sticking the two wings layers together, however this can be a bad idea with nylon material as any break in the surface of the material can lead to an unsightly run.

Wing A Ding Ding - lots o' links - fairy festivals

So, now you've made some fairy wings... but where to wear them? How about out with more of your own kind? It turns out that there are LOTS of fairy festivals and you can go meet and mingle with some stunning Fae Folk.

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      Deep 3 years ago

      Fairies live under mushrooms, in biorudhses, under snowdrops, on water lily leaves, they live in all pretty stuff! I discovered some in the snow today! All those frosty twinkles are in fact fairies! But I'm talking about Northern hemisphere faireis. I don't know anything about OZ fairies!

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      Rae Schwarz 3 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @SuperBusyMama: It's a great project! Have fun with it!

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      Amanda R 3 years ago

      Wow! How beautiful and fun! I want to try to make these for next year's renaissance festival!

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      Rae Schwarz 3 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @Scindhia H: The funny thing is....once you make one pair, you then think of a way to make another...

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      Scindhia 3 years ago from Chennai

      Amazing... I'm going to try one of these. Good work!

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      kittyhappykitty 3 years ago

      I used to have a set of fairy wings, and I am looking forward to making more soon enough. You make me happy!

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 3 years ago from United States

      Everyone loves fairies ad making fairy wings would truly be a lot of fun and a great craft project!

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      soniabaad lm 3 years ago

      I am always fascinated about angels. I love the wings. I want to get one. Great lens.

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      Rae Schwarz 3 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @costumesngifts: Don't forget Fairy Day, which is coming up later in June! There's not much time left before that special day.

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      costumesngifts 3 years ago

      A must read for the upcoming Halloween season too! :)

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      sirteacup 3 years ago

      Wow, what a thorough lens, very informative! Definitely deserving of the #1 lensrank spot, well done

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      RoadMonkey 3 years ago

      Great ideas for easy wings. There's always some occasion where a child wants wings. Now I know how to make them. Thanks.

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      Amine 3 years ago from Doha, Qatar

      you earned your number one spot, i hope you do it again

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      Kimberlee Nelson 3 years ago from Tulsa, Oklahoma

      Great lens!

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      GEMNITYA5 3 years ago

      Inspiring fairywings

      Also shared on Facebook :)



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      kpheebs 3 years ago

      Love it

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      hollybobolly 3 years ago

      I love the wings! I really want to make some to wear to this year's Oregon Country Fair.

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      LoriBeninger 3 years ago

      I have linked to this lens from my "Endless Possibilities for Halloween" lens because I believe your techniques will work for a peacock tail...this may be the year I put that to the test! Thank you for this.

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      Tom Maybrier 3 years ago

      Great lens! Those Procion MX dyes by Jacquard are really wonderful, totally agree with your endorsement!

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      CalobrenaOmai 3 years ago

      I had no idea there was a dedicated day for fae. You just gave me an idea for a design task. Thanks so much.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      Great lens. My kids would love to make these!

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      yukiedream 3 years ago

      It is good to know that we can celebrate International Fairy Day. I made a made up event from this for my study. Thank you.

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      GEMNITYA5 3 years ago

      Really lovely lens. I love Fairy.


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      Charito Maranan-Montecillo 3 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      I didn't know there was such a thing as an International Fairy Day. Nice lens!Thanks for sharing.

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      Rae Schwarz 3 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @Littlewings25: Perfect! Having someone to make wings with is awesome.

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      Angela F 3 years ago from Seattle, WA

      Lots of helpful DIY wing stuff, but the best part was the fairy festival info -- didn't even know there were multiples here in the NW :) Yay!

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      Littlewings25 3 years ago

      This is brilliant! Both my niece and I are obsessed with fairies and this lens will be amazing for the summer holidays! Thanks!

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      Rae Schwarz 3 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @SheGetsCreative: That was pretty much my reaction to learning about so many festivals too! There seems to be a specific faerie culture expansion in progress on the West Coast.

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      nelchee 3 years ago

      Wonderful resource, I actually wanted to make my own lens on how to make fairy wings, but you beat me to it! :)

      I taught a crafts workshop for kids 2 years in a row on a myths & legends festival, and the kids loved it! But since we had to do a TON of them (I bet there were at least 30 kids per workshop, was too busy to count!) so buying pantyhose for each pair wasn't an option because it would be too expensive. I ended up using rolls of very thin paper and we painted over them with acrylics and glitter, and they looked magnificent!

      Sadly, paper is a bit more sensitive to tearing so after 2 years of running around with my wings I had to throw them away. I must make another pair! :)

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      Rae Schwarz 3 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @dancingdiva02: Wow, that would be so fun!

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      dancingdiva02 3 years ago

      I had no idea there was an International Fairy Day! I may be au pairing this summer, so if I do I will definitely be looking at this lens again to make fairy wings for the little girl I will be looking after!

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      Dhookraj Singh 3 years ago

      Great lens

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      Lionrhod 3 years ago from Orlando, FL

      Oh no! I see a project coming on! Great lens. Love faeries. Even wrote a YA novel of faeries vs. witches.

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      Scottf13 3 years ago

      Now this is just awesome. Thanks for sharing. I might have to try and make some for a few of my little cousins.

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      Robert Connor 3 years ago from Michigan

      Great idea to do with girls before Fairy day!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Fairy wings that's a great idea for lens.

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      Elsie Hagley 4 years ago from New Zealand

      Love fairies, nice to see this article about making fairy wings. Thanks for sharing.

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      SteveKaye 4 years ago

      Fantastic lens. Congratulations on your success.

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      AnonymousC831 4 years ago from Kentucky

      Very nice lens, thank you for the information.

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      flycatcherrr 4 years ago

      I spent a few hours on deviantart and elsewhere, yesterday, just looking at all the different ways that people came up with for making all different kinds of wings, but I must say, your fairy wings are right up there - I'm smitten with the glitter veining.

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      johnsonbrown 4 years ago

      So nice lens! :)

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      Rae Schwarz 4 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @Hexadecimal LM: That can work, but if the wings are the "wrong" kind of material, you can accidentally melt/destroy the fabric/net/mesh with spraypaint, so anyone reading really careful!

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      Hexadecimal LM 4 years ago

      I've done this before and had success using a little bit of spraypaint---mind you I only used it to darken up the tips of my wings & of course add sparkles!

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      chrisilouwho 4 years ago

      Very cute, and I had no idea that there was an International Fairy Day, thanks for sharing!

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      Laura Hofman 4 years ago from Naperville, IL

      Fairy wings are cool! Now I want to design some!

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      Rae Schwarz 4 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @steveffeo lm: Thanks! Didn't think I'd ever pull off a two-fer.

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      steveffeo lm 4 years ago

      WOW number 1 congrats

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      KathyZ1 4 years ago

      Nice lens.

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      kepezzo 4 years ago

      Is a hat you are wearing on photo also made as the wings are ?

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      Jimmy J Oliver 4 years ago

      Hi nice lens you got there and ranking well.

      Have given you a squidlike.

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      pitlock 4 years ago

      love this I am working on an angel project.. this is so going to help me thank you so much.

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      richardrose 4 years ago

      Makes me wish I really could fly :-)

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      EzLoanLookUp LM 4 years ago

      Great lens I've used fairy wings in costumes before and I loved them

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      jura 4 years ago

      Fairy wings that's a great idea for lens .

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      HughSmulders LM 4 years ago

      I like girls in such costumes on various thematic paties. They are always in the limelight.

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      girlfriendfactory 4 years ago

      I used to think I was a fairy when I was a little girl ~ now I can make my own wings! Woohoo!!!!!! :-)

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      BlowDryBar 4 years ago

      I will definitely be making wings with my daughter!

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      JHarbourn 4 years ago

      As much as I love fairies (I just made my first lens about "fairy food" aka Cooking with Flowers), I've never dressed up as one. I'm so excited to put a costume together now!!! Thank you for the awesome ideas :)

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      Rae Schwarz 4 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @Metalpriest: Do it...yes!

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      Metalpriest 4 years ago

      Halloween is coming, and I found this lens at the right time! Dark angel anyone?

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      LoriBeninger 4 years ago

      Okay, you make this sound so fun and I've just got to try them this Halloween! Great lens. Thank you.

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      socialcx1 4 years ago

      My grand daughter just absolutely loved your lens. Thanks

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      JZinoBodyArt 4 years ago

      You've inspired me, for sure. Belated congrats on your LOTD!

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      marymeng 4 years ago

      @hazeltos: I also had no idea there were so many different types of fairy wings. Very good!

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      RoSelou 4 years ago

      June 24 is International Fairy Day? I did not know that. Maybe, it is the reasons I saw fairies (smiles). Actually, It is St. John's Day in our place.

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      cdevries 4 years ago

      What fun! Suddenly I need to make myself a pair of gauzy wings...

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      vicky71 4 years ago

      My Daughter is gonna love this.. Great Lens. Thanks :)

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      Susan Hazelton 4 years ago from Summerfield, Florida

      I had no idea there were so many different types of fairy wings. This is a great lens. Sharing and loving it.

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      GameHelp 4 years ago

      Haha, very neat! Great lens.

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      Cynthia Haltom 4 years ago from Diamondhead

      I tried to make wings a long time ago for one of my daughter for Halloween, They were OK but not and pretty as yours, I didn't use paint or glitter for them they were kind of plain.

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      Rae Schwarz 4 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @Gaby81: Good wings go way beyond Halloween....

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      Gaby81 4 years ago

      Nice to know some Halloween tips

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      stevemarker 4 years ago

      Great lens, thanks really!

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      Rae Schwarz 4 years ago from Seattle, WA

      @DAEdmonston: What's been a great surprise about this lens is how much I keep learning about them!

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      DAEdmonston 4 years ago

      I never knew there was so much to fairy wings! Thanks for sharing.

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      castelloautore 4 years ago

      Anyone who reads this, would truly want to be a fae (fairy)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I really love your lens, it has some great ideas for a project I am helping my niece on at the moment. I really appreciate the time that you took to create this for others. :)

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      DanielleStorm 4 years ago

      Great lens. Fairies are my favorite mythical beings. I was actually one for halloween last year.

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      pickyshopper 4 years ago

      love faeries - loved your lens.

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      Klinetka 4 years ago

      Very nice wings:-)

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      theleader300c 4 years ago

      I didn't realise there was such an art to fairy wings but now I know better. This lense is a great resource on the subject.

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      yidras 4 years ago

      sweet woman with wings, like a real fairy godmother

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      SquidooMegan 4 years ago

      Nice lens and beautiful wings. No wonder you're noted as a good example on Squidoo!

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      daylu9 4 years ago

      Cool fantasy lens! I love faeries and other fantastical creatures. Books and movies with these are among my favorites.

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      DecoratingMom411 5 years ago

      Very cute and nice lens! Would love to have the Purple Butterfly Jewel Fairy Princess 5 Piece Costume Set. So adorable. Thank you for sharing this lens!

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      jntnevins lm 5 years ago

      Pretending to be a fairy is one of my daycare kids favorite things to do.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Amazing how well these wings can look. You have definitely perfected your method for making the perfect wings!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Very good lens

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      Margaret Schindel 5 years ago from Massachusetts

      Rae, I just popped back to refresh my blessing on this wonderful lens. Happy Tell a Fairy Tale Day! :)

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      victoria91 lm 5 years ago

      This is a great lens.

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      Elastara 5 years ago

      Awesome lens on Lovely Fairy Wings!

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      Dominique84 5 years ago

      Fairy wings are a must in any dress up box! Lovely lense.

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      beaworkathomemom 5 years ago

      Thanks for the inspiration and information! Great tips and ideas!

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      onlyforwork 5 years ago

      I think with those wings I will become a squidoo angel :) ha hah aa

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      WordChipper 5 years ago

      My daughter is into butterflies. Will be using your lens to fashion some butterfly wings. Thank you

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      ruthclark3 lm 5 years ago

      Wonderful lens. I have granddaughters who just love fairy wings. One plays dress-up with them and even has some wings accents on her bedroom walls. Great tips. I shall have to share this with her this coming summer. Thank you.

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      justramblin 5 years ago

      Oh how I love this fairy wing lens. I'm a fairy fan as well. What a fun lens you've made.

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      Jogalog 5 years ago

      I'd love an opportunity to wear some fairy wings!

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      maryseena 5 years ago

      This lens is very informative. THANK YOU SO MUCH ! ! ! !

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      ChristmasWithKids 5 years ago

      Just reading through your lens makes me want to stretch a little taller, somehow! Great lens.