Gifts That Tie Generations Together

FairyGodmotherCreations

Welcome to Fairy Godmother Creations where we turn your garments and heirloom fabrics into custom, qualityΒ gifts that tie generations together. Click on any photo below to go to that page.

Christening box2Turn a wedding dress into a Christening Gown to pass family traditions on to future generations.

Memory bears boxbTurn a shirt or fur coat into huggable Memory Teddy Bears as a way to remember someone special, or to share a well-remembered garment with loved ones.

Communion boxbTurn a wedding dress into a Communion Outfit to pass family traditions on to future generations.

Memory flowers boxc

Handmade Memory Flowers from your wedding dress or neck tie provide beautiful memories.

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We create a variety of heirloom gifts from clothing and heirloom fabrics.

Quilting boxb

Memory Quilts, blankets, throws and pillows patchworked from loved ones clothing.

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We provide some limited repair services for fabric-based heirlooms.

Heirloom Memory Bears

You can have an heirloom memory bear made from a loved ones fur or fabric coat or other clothing items. Heirloom memory bears make a great gift that ties generations together.

 

Christmas 2013 – 119 Memory Bears, One Cat and a Whole Lot of Christmas Joy

We had such a wonderful time this Christmas season! We created 119 Memory Bears (and one cat), and helped spread a whole lot of Christmas joy. Here’s a quick look at all 119 Memory Bears (and one cat). Thanks to everyone for letting us be a part of your Christmas celebration. We hope you enjoy the bears (and one cat)!

 

Heirloom Christmas Tree Skirts

Fairy Godmother Creations can turn your loved one’s garments into an heirloom quality Christmas Tree Skirt that will make every Christmas more memorable. Learn More

 

See our christening gown service featured on Living Dayton TV show.

 

 

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Liane Wagner is a life-long fabric artist. She develops original patterns for unique items. Some of her patterns have been featured in Soft Dolls & Animals magazine.

 

 

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Emily Dougherty sent her wedding dress to have a ceremonial robe made for her son to wear at his upcoming baptism. Her dress was a traditional cotton Mexican wedding dress with very vibrant embroidery.

I don't get to work with cotton very often so really enjoyed the change of pace this project gave me. We wanted to preserve as much of the embroidery as possible. I cut a yoke-like section for each side of the top front of the robe of the embroidery from the top front of the dress. There were a couple of embroidered elements that I created the collar pieces from and then I used the entire center section from the dress for the back of the robe.

There was just enough embroidery for me to get a little on the bonnet as well.
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Phyllis Miles KingBeautiful3 days ago
Gail AccursoLove this.3 days ago
Mary Ellen CoxOne of my favorites you have done!! How unusual fir a wedding dress but must have been very well preserved!!2 days ago
Julie R SaltersSo beautiful!!!!!2 days ago
Amy EpsteinLove this! πŸ’–πŸ˜€2 days ago
Patty AmblerYou did a beautiful job!1 day ago
Patricia Stephensthose are so cute1 day ago
Mary Kay King SpiggleBeautiful and unique!8 hours ago

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Robbie DeBastiani sent her mother's mink stole to have us make her a soft, huggable memory of her mom. He's a 14" bear with jointed arms and legs and we preserved the embroidered name that was on the inside lining by putting it into the scarf he wears. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jennifer Dale WhitmanBeautiful3 days ago
Jean LayI love this! I really like the idea of the name!3 days ago
Stephena VergaraAdorable! !!3 days ago
Kelly SutherlandGorgeous. Live it3 days ago
Cathy SmithAwesome....great idea for a treasure 😍3 days ago
Sara NataliThis is such a lovely way to keep armory2 days ago   ·  1
Sara NataliThe mid-spell bug bites again. "A memory,,,,,,"2 days ago
Barbara Vaughn ParkI had these made from their great grandmas mink coat for my two oldest granddaughters ! Only had two at the time !!2 days ago
Ruth PepeBeautiful1 day ago
Terrecia StreiffWhat a wonderful idea.1 day ago
Nancy CurrencePrice?7 hours ago

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Phyllis Miles KingAs always beautiful2 days ago
Nancy FisherYou definitely do beautiful work ! I love looking at your pictures !9 hours ago

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Jennifer and Anthony Huffman send in Jennifer's wedding dress to have a unisex baptism gown made for their first child and any future children to wear. They really wanted a relatively plain gown in our "Angel" style with a pleated bodice. However, I also talked them into letting me make a little sash that they could add for any girls they might have so that we could use some of the lovely lace and bead work.

I apologize for the overwhelming background color on these photos. My photo studio has been updated and was being used for an upcoming video ad so I had to use an alternative area in my studio.
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Claire Grant Sieverdingsuch a good use of the material.1 week ago
Nicole GannonHow much does something like this cost? I wanted to do this for my daughter last year but didn't think of it until to late, but I just had another girl would love to make something out of it1 week ago
Deborah SnyderThe sash makes a lovely addition for a female gown. Good job!1 week ago
Trina ReidBeautiful7 days ago
Mary Kay King SpiggleAbsolutely beautiful πŸ’ž6 days ago
Judy PittsSo beautiful6 days ago
Nancy CurrenceJust beautiful6 days ago
Sharon GonserBeautiful5 days ago
Juanita FitzgeraldAbsolutely. Beautiful5 days ago
Page BeaFantastic5 days ago
Linda C HarperBeautiful!!5 days ago

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Emily Dougherty sent her wedding dress to have a ceremonial robe made for her son to wear at his upcoming baptism. Her dress was a traditional cotton Mexican wedding dress with very vibrant embroidery.

I don't get to work with cotton very often so really enjoyed the change of pace this project gave me. We wanted to preserve as much of the embroidery as possible. I cut a yoke-like section for each side of the top front of the robe of the embroidery from the top front of the dress. There were a couple of embroidered elements that I created the collar pieces from and then I used the entire center section from the dress for the back of the robe.

There was just enough embroidery for me to get a little on the bonnet as well.
... See MoreSee Less

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Pat Hill, Cindy Dubose and 145 others like this

View previous comments

Phyllis Miles KingBeautiful3 days ago
Gail AccursoLove this.3 days ago
Mary Ellen CoxOne of my favorites you have done!! How unusual fir a wedding dress but must have been very well preserved!!2 days ago
Julie R SaltersSo beautiful!!!!!2 days ago
Amy EpsteinLove this! πŸ’–πŸ˜€2 days ago
Patty AmblerYou did a beautiful job!1 day ago
Patricia Stephensthose are so cute1 day ago
Mary Kay King SpiggleBeautiful and unique!8 hours ago

Comment on Facebook

Robbie DeBastiani sent her mother's mink stole to have us make her a soft, huggable memory of her mom. He's a 14" bear with jointed arms and legs and we preserved the embroidered name that was on the inside lining by putting it into the scarf he wears. ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Cindi Gregorio, Diana Saurdiff and 148 others like this

View previous comments

Jennifer Dale WhitmanBeautiful3 days ago
Jean LayI love this! I really like the idea of the name!3 days ago
Stephena VergaraAdorable! !!3 days ago
Kelly SutherlandGorgeous. Live it3 days ago
Cathy SmithAwesome....great idea for a treasure 😍3 days ago
Sara NataliThis is such a lovely way to keep armory2 days ago   ·  1
Sara NataliThe mid-spell bug bites again. "A memory,,,,,,"2 days ago
Barbara Vaughn ParkI had these made from their great grandmas mink coat for my two oldest granddaughters ! Only had two at the time !!2 days ago
Ruth PepeBeautiful1 day ago
Terrecia StreiffWhat a wonderful idea.1 day ago
Nancy CurrencePrice?7 hours ago

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Deborah Kwandranc, Blanca Gutierrez and 125 others like this

Phyllis Miles KingAs always beautiful2 days ago
Nancy FisherYou definitely do beautiful work ! I love looking at your pictures !9 hours ago

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Jennifer and Anthony Huffman send in Jennifer's wedding dress to have a unisex baptism gown made for their first child and any future children to wear. They really wanted a relatively plain gown in our "Angel" style with a pleated bodice. However, I also talked them into letting me make a little sash that they could add for any girls they might have so that we could use some of the lovely lace and bead work.

I apologize for the overwhelming background color on these photos. My photo studio has been updated and was being used for an upcoming video ad so I had to use an alternative area in my studio.
... See MoreSee Less

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Babul Singh, Jane Evans and 215 others like this

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Claire Grant Sieverdingsuch a good use of the material.1 week ago
Nicole GannonHow much does something like this cost? I wanted to do this for my daughter last year but didn't think of it until to late, but I just had another girl would love to make something out of it1 week ago
Deborah SnyderThe sash makes a lovely addition for a female gown. Good job!1 week ago
Trina ReidBeautiful7 days ago
Mary Kay King SpiggleAbsolutely beautiful πŸ’ž6 days ago
Judy PittsSo beautiful6 days ago
Nancy CurrenceJust beautiful6 days ago
Sharon GonserBeautiful5 days ago
Juanita FitzgeraldAbsolutely. Beautiful5 days ago
Page BeaFantastic5 days ago
Linda C HarperBeautiful!!5 days ago

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