We’ll take plastic bottles, cardboard, toilet rolls etc.... cut them, and glue them to form the basic shape. Next we’ll roof them by putting on shingles, we’ll add windows and a door. We’ll paint and decorate them until they are magical.
I’m the founder of Project Addie. Addie was my neighbor’s daughter who died from Cystic Fibrosis. I build magical fairy houses that help very sick children and their families deal with their many hospital and medial procedures. They also helps children kickstart their inner healing rainbow so they can feel more hopeful and like they are doing something active to help their health. I’ll show you how to take trash and turn it into a healing fairy house that we send for free (your fees go to postage and supplies so we can keep sending them for free) to children all over the USA with big diagnoses (cancer, cystic fibrosis, juvenile RA etc...). These healing fairy houses light up from the inside, and come with an elf-helper tale. You’re welcome to take the house you make or we’d be delighted it you donated it to Project Ad
All the supplies ....bottles, cardboard, toilet rolls, masking tape, glue sticks, paper mache, decorating items such as…
Our group will meet in a house in Camas. It’s open planned so that the whole group can interact with each other.
Something small for the communal lunch table - this way you’ll know your dietary needs will be met
Even if you’re not a ‘crafty’ person, you can do this.
Build a fairy house for a sick child