Easy Spring Craft: Make a Mushroom Fairy Circle

Last Updated on March 17, 2017 by Diane Hoffmaster

When my daughter was younger she was obsessed with fairies.  She watched Tinkerbell, read fairy books and even made a tiny fairy bed to keep on her nightstand in case the fairies wanted to come visit her at night.  I guess she was hoping they would get tired and decide to take a nap with her! This easy spring craft is a great way to use up all those empty toilet paper rolls I know you are stashing in your art closet.  You can find decorative muffin papers at most craft stores and other than a bit of paint, that is all you really need.  In real life, a fairy circle is a ring of mushrooms that occurs naturally in woodsy or forested areas.  Mythological history says they are gateways into elfin kingdoms.  According to wikipedia: A fairy ring appears when a fairy, pixie, or elf appears. It will disappear without a trace in less than five days, but if an observer waits for the elf to return to the ring, he or she may be able to capture it. 

Posts feature partner companies & may be sponsored. Post contains affiliate links & I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on links.

If you have a little girl as wild as mine was about fairies, this easy spring craft should be just the right way to keep her busy!

Easy Spring Craft: A Fairy Circle!

Easy Spring Craft




Toilet paper tubes
assorted paints
paper muffin cups in assorted colors
hole punch


1.  Using scissors, cut your paper tubes to the desired heights.
2.  Lay down some newspaper to prevent messes. Paint each tube with a variety of paint colors.  Let dry and do a second coat if desired.
3.  Using the hole punch, cut holes scattered around the muffin cups.
4.  When the paint is dry, set up the tubes wherever you would like your fairy garden to be located
5.  Place 2 different muffin cups on top of each one, staggering the holes so the bottom cup shows through a bit

You can add some fake moss from the craft store and a tiny fairy figurine for decor if you like!  This is an easy spring craft for kids to do with very little supervision.

  Do you believe in fairies?  What sort of easy spring crafts are YOUR kids planning?


Diane Signature


  1. That is just the cutest thing! I love it!
  2. We are big believers in fairies and I absolutely LOVE your Mushroom Fairy Circle craft project! I am definitely going to make one with my daughter, possibly this weekend. Although it's Spring, we are expecting winter weather and will be stuck inside so this will be the perfect project for us to do during rainy/cold/snowy weather! Would love a visit from the Fairy Hobmother :) a Fairy visit would help brighten up our snowy Spring day :) http://www.adventuresnabbyland.com
  3. Oh that's clever. I wonder if you could make an edible one out of cakes, now that is a project I might try!
  4. Super cute! This looks like a fun family activity!
  5. Oh my gosh, what an adorable idea! I have to share this with my Mom friends.
  6. Looks like a fun and easy-to-make afternoon project!
  7. how cute are those!
  8. Victoria Wilkinson (@LoveBeingMummy3) says
    I believe in Fairies :) Since I had my little girl :) She loves fairies and gave her dummy to the fairy babies and always asked me why they needed it, I say because the baby fairies need to dummy and when they are bigger they will come and check on you! This is a fantastic idea Thank you!

Speak Your Mind


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.