Cut the special fairy wire into two pieces: 6 and 2 inches this will make the body. Fold the 6 inch piece in half. Place the 2 inch piece at the top of the 6 inch piece and wrap top of 6 inch piece around 2 inch piece by looping. This will create the arms, legs, and base of head.
Using your hands or needle-nose pliers, twist ends of arms to form hands. Using embroidery thread, wrap around “shoulders” and “torso” area of wire to create the top or shirt of the fairy. Secure thread with glue or by tying a knot if possible.
Glue head bead onto post above embroidery thread. Now take the silk flowers, you will have to undo the stems in order to free the petals to use. Pick out the flowers or leaves you want to use and slide the fairy’s wire legs through the holes of each one. Use different varieties and shapes of flower petals to create a unique layered look.
Once you have all of your flowers on, use a bead to secure the flowers in place. Turn your fairy over, place some glue at the base of the last flower, slide on a small colored bead and push it into the glue. When you turn your fairy over, the petal “dress” should stay in place.
Now, twist the bottoms of the feet the same way you did for the hands. You can also add hair to the fairy’s head by placing a smaller flower on the top for a hat. So there you have it! A cute little flower fairy!