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Fairy Toadstool Birthday Card

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Here's how to make an easy fairy toadstool birthday card with felt and buttons. We added a secret wooden fairy door made out of a popsicle stick.



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Time: 10 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Red felt
White felt
PVA white glue
Popsicle stick
3 white buttons
Scissors
Coloured card
Brown pen

Method
Cut a trianglular shaped piece out of red felt to make the top of the fairy toadstool. Cut a small rectangle out of white felt to make the toadstool stalk.



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Cut the end off a popsicle stick using scissors to make the fairy door. Colour in with a brown pen.
Glue the fairy door on to the white felt stalk.



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Glue the three white buttons onto the red toadstool top to make white spots.
Glue the red and white felt on to a blank coloured card to complete your fairy toadstool.



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Try making some fairy toadstool potato print wrapping paper to wrap a gift to go with your card.

Categories
#Fairy
#Toadstool
#Greetings card
#Birthday card
#Felt
#Buttons
#Popsicle stick
#Magic
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