Gifts That Tie Generations Together

FairyGodmotherCreations

Welcome to Fairy Godmother Creations where we turn your garments and heirloom fabrics into custom, quality 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 headerTurn a wedding dress into a Communion Outfit to pass family traditions on to future generations.

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

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

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

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

wd-conversionsSee what we can do with a Wedding Dress or Wedding Dress Remnants

 

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.

Christening Outfits from Your Wedding Dress

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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Fairy Godmother Creations added 2 new photos.

Jill Wilberding sent her wedding dress to have a christening gown made for her daughter's first baby. We decided to highlight the lace from the wedding dress in this "Princess" style gown by using it in a split panel on the skirt.

Cassie gets the credit for the full production of this one. I think she did a lovely job making it.
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Jill Wilberding sent her wedding dress to have a christening gown made for her daughters first baby.  We decided to highlight the lace from the wedding dress in this Princess style gown by using it in a split panel on the skirt.

Cassie gets the credit for the full production of this one. I think she did a lovely job making it.

Judy Ruuhela sent us a fur jacket and a fur stole to have these four bears made. The fur was very old and a bit fragile. We had to re-enforce it a bit but I'm pleased with how the bears came out and having the furs turned into bears will give the fur new life for at least another generation in the family.

I'm pleased to give Lynn credit for doing the bulk of the work on these bears. Working with fragile fur takes a lot of patience and I am very pleased with her work on these :)
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Judy Ruuhela sent us a fur jacket and a fur stole to have these four bears made.  The fur was very old and a bit fragile.  We had to re-enforce it a bit but Im pleased with how the bears came out and having the furs turned into bears will give the fur new life for at least another generation in the family.

Im pleased to give Lynn credit for doing the bulk of the work on these bears. Working with fragile fur takes a lot of patience and I am very pleased with her work on these :)

Fairy Godmother Creations added 2 new photos.

Megan Zien wanted a unisex baptism gown made from her wedding dress but she wanted us to use as much of the available embroidery and bead work as we could. The wedding dress had embroidery and bead work at the waist and on the bodice as well as buttons running down the back. Initially, I was going to try and make an embroidered panel that ran down the front of the baptismal gown but the embroidery was not straight and wouldn't work for that. So, instead, we kept the embroidery at the top of the gown and used the buttons down the front.

Martha worked with me on this project including making the headband :)
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Megan Zien wanted a unisex baptism gown made from her wedding dress but she wanted us to use as much of the available embroidery and bead work as we could.  The wedding dress had embroidery and bead work at the waist and on the bodice as well as buttons running down the back.  Initially, I was going to try and make an embroidered panel that ran down the front of the baptismal gown but the embroidery was not straight and wouldnt work for that. So, instead, we kept the embroidery at the top of the gown and used the buttons down the front.

Martha worked with me on this project including making the headband :)

Rosie Miller had us make these bears from a shirt for some very special people. ... See MoreSee Less

Rosie Miller had us make these bears from a shirt for some very special people.

Fairy Godmother Creations added 2 new photos.

In addition to converting her mother's wedding dress into a teddy bear and ring bearer's pillow, Patty asked us to make some satin roses for family members. This older satin makes lovely petal roses. Turning a wedding dress (or a neck tie) into petal roses or rose buds is a simple way to share the memory of a special garment in the family.
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In addition to converting her mothers wedding dress into a teddy bear and ring bearers pillow, Patty asked us to make some satin roses for family members.  This older satin makes lovely petal roses.  Turning a wedding dress (or a neck tie) into petal roses or rose buds is a simple way to share the memory of a special garment in the family.
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Fairy Godmother Creations added 2 new photos.

Jill Wilberding sent her wedding dress to have a christening gown made for her daughter's first baby. We decided to highlight the lace from the wedding dress in this "Princess" style gown by using it in a split panel on the skirt.

Cassie gets the credit for the full production of this one. I think she did a lovely job making it.
... See MoreSee Less

Jill Wilberding sent her wedding dress to have a christening gown made for her daughters first baby.  We decided to highlight the lace from the wedding dress in this Princess style gown by using it in a split panel on the skirt.

Cassie gets the credit for the full production of this one. I think she did a lovely job making it.

Judy Ruuhela sent us a fur jacket and a fur stole to have these four bears made. The fur was very old and a bit fragile. We had to re-enforce it a bit but I'm pleased with how the bears came out and having the furs turned into bears will give the fur new life for at least another generation in the family.

I'm pleased to give Lynn credit for doing the bulk of the work on these bears. Working with fragile fur takes a lot of patience and I am very pleased with her work on these :)
... See MoreSee Less

Judy Ruuhela sent us a fur jacket and a fur stole to have these four bears made.  The fur was very old and a bit fragile.  We had to re-enforce it a bit but Im pleased with how the bears came out and having the furs turned into bears will give the fur new life for at least another generation in the family.

Im pleased to give Lynn credit for doing the bulk of the work on these bears. Working with fragile fur takes a lot of patience and I am very pleased with her work on these :)

Fairy Godmother Creations added 2 new photos.

Megan Zien wanted a unisex baptism gown made from her wedding dress but she wanted us to use as much of the available embroidery and bead work as we could. The wedding dress had embroidery and bead work at the waist and on the bodice as well as buttons running down the back. Initially, I was going to try and make an embroidered panel that ran down the front of the baptismal gown but the embroidery was not straight and wouldn't work for that. So, instead, we kept the embroidery at the top of the gown and used the buttons down the front.

Martha worked with me on this project including making the headband :)
... See MoreSee Less

Megan Zien wanted a unisex baptism gown made from her wedding dress but she wanted us to use as much of the available embroidery and bead work as we could.  The wedding dress had embroidery and bead work at the waist and on the bodice as well as buttons running down the back.  Initially, I was going to try and make an embroidered panel that ran down the front of the baptismal gown but the embroidery was not straight and wouldnt work for that. So, instead, we kept the embroidery at the top of the gown and used the buttons down the front.

Martha worked with me on this project including making the headband :)

Rosie Miller had us make these bears from a shirt for some very special people. ... See MoreSee Less

Rosie Miller had us make these bears from a shirt for some very special people.

Fairy Godmother Creations added 2 new photos.

In addition to converting her mother's wedding dress into a teddy bear and ring bearer's pillow, Patty asked us to make some satin roses for family members. This older satin makes lovely petal roses. Turning a wedding dress (or a neck tie) into petal roses or rose buds is a simple way to share the memory of a special garment in the family.
... See MoreSee Less

In addition to converting her mothers wedding dress into a teddy bear and ring bearers pillow, Patty asked us to make some satin roses for family members.  This older satin makes lovely petal roses.  Turning a wedding dress (or a neck tie) into petal roses or rose buds is a simple way to share the memory of a special garment in the family.