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Crafty Corner

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Pop your Creative Crowns on!

We have some super exciting crafts ready for you to make at home with us by your side every step of the way. 

Join Rainbow Fairy Tara Trust and Rainbow Fairy Dandelion

for Woodland Wands and Crowns making and Wishing Stone Making!

Here's What You'll Need

Woodland Wands & Crowns

with Rainbow Fairy Tara


  • Twig/Stick from outdoors (washed and dried) or wooden dowel

  • Felt (any colours you like)

  • Thread, string (recommended) or ribbon

  • PVA glue

  • Glitter

  • Scissors


  • Thick Card

  • Felt tip pens and anything to decorate

  • Leaves and Flowers (real or false)

  • Glitter

  • Scissors

  • Twigs from outdoors

  • Stapler 

Wishing Stones with Rainbow Fairy Dandelion

  • A Pebble 

  • PVA glue 

  • Felt tip pens or paint

  • Glitter

  • Large Match Box (or something similar)

  • Green tissue paper 

  • Any extras to decorate (sequins, stickers, pompoms etc)

We encourage you at home to use recycled or easily- accessible crafts; things you don't need to spend lots of money on and particularly things that you can use again and not throw in the bin. 

Please make sure that if your child is too young to craft by themselves that you are able to assist them whilst using any hazardous items or materials:

Scissors, Glue, Stapler etc.

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Jemma Carlisle


Jemma  trained at Redroofs and MSA and teaches at and runs her own Theatre School in Lincolnshire. She also sings with ‘The Wild Tonics’ a 1920s Old Hollywood Vocal Trio.


With her professional debut aged seven playing Victoria Larkin in ‘The Darling Buds of May’, she then went on to perform in more theatre. 


Other Theatre credits include: Annie ‘Annie’ (UK No 1 & International Tour); Wendy ‘Peter Pan the Musical’ (Malaysia); ‘Thursday’s Child’ (Sadler’s Wells); ‘Life Of Riley’ (Covent Garden); Alice ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (UK Tour); ‘Adore The Musical’ (London); Gretel  ‘Sound Of Music’ (Lincoln Theatre Royal); ‘Encore a Tribute to the Musicals’ (UK Tour);Yum Yum ‘Hot Mikado’ (Trinity); Principal Girl for Evolution over the last 8 years at The Theatre Severn Shrewsbury, The Marlowe Theatre Canterbury, The Grove Theatre Dunstable and The Alban Arena.

Jemma recently played Dorothy in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (2019), Alice in ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (London), Kim in the comedy ‘Starting Tomorrow’ (London), Pippa Tompkins in ‘The Clue’ a Whodunnit Play (London) and Chloe in the new musical 'First Time'. TV Credits: ‘The Life and Times of William Palmer’ (ITV); ‘Poirot’ (ITV); ‘Cinderella of the Cities’ (Finland) and the Reality Internet Series ‘Adore’.  She has spent 2019 on tour with the farcical comedy ‘The Roman Romp’ and workshopping the new musical ‘Lulu – The Louise Brooks Story’ which will open next year, playing the title role of Louise.

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