Exciting Tinker Bell Party Games
To Keep the Party Flying

You will need to plan two or three Tinker Bell party games or activities for the birthday bash. Keep in mind the ages of the guests when planning your party agenda.

Listed below are some of our favorite Tinker Bell party games and activities.

Catch the Pixie Dust

  • Small, multi-colored pom pom balls, available at any craft store
  • Paper cup for each player


Let each guest choose a partner. The youngest one in the partnership starts with half a cup of pom pom balls in her cup. She should then toss the balls to her partner who tries to catch them in her cup. Each player should toss them two or three times for each round. At the end of the round, count how many pom pom balls are still in the cup. The team with the most balls in their cup is the winning team.

To play again, switch up the partnerships and repeat.

Fastest Fairy Flyer

This Tinker Bell party game is a high energy game, perfect for young guests.

  • Dress-up wings (optional)
  • Small cones set up in an obstacle course fashion
  • Other tunnels or hoops appropriate for an obstacle course


With or without wings, the guests can race through the obstacle course. If they have wings, make sure they remember to flap them with their arms as they run. This can be tiring, so make the race short.

Lost Things

Tinker Bell likes to find lost things. In this Tinker Bell party game, fairy guests can help Tink identify some of her lost things.

  • Large bowl filled with dry rice
  • Small items that can be hidden in the rice, such as: a ring, bracelet, hair clip, nail polish, lip gloss, silk flower
  • Paper and pencil for each player


The first player takes the bowl and puts her hand in it without looking inside. She should try to identify as many items as she can in 20 seconds. Guests should write down all the items they identify. Pass the bowl to the next player.

After each player has had a chance to write their answers, pull the items out of the bowl and see who guessed the most items correctly.



Random items that could be used to create or build something. Suggestions include bowls, cups, socks, newspaper, head bands, etc. Find items around the house and see how creative your guests are.


Divide the guests into two or three groups, depending on the size of the party. Give each group a set of “lost items”. Each group has 3 to 5 minutes to make something out of the items. When the time is up, let each group display their creation and have everyone vote for the most creative invention.

As an added bonus, instruct each team to come up with a name and function for their invention.

Tinkering Picture

Supplies: Small objects that can be easily glued to a paper such as:
  • Leaf
  • Flower
  • Dry beans
  • Paper clip
  • Various shapes of dry macaroni (dyed if you like)
  • Shells or small beads
  • Construction paper
  • Markers or crayons
  • Elmers glue


Each guest should choose several small objects you have chosen. Glue the objects on the construction paper in any way to create a picture. Finish decorating the picture with markers or crayons.

Fairy Wings

  • Picture of Tinker Bell or other Neverland Fairies for each guest
  • Elmers glue
  • Glitter


Let each guest color the picture of their fairy with crayons or markers. When finished, show them how to put a line of glue around the fairy wings in their picture. Sprinkle glitter on the glue and shake to cover the glue with the glitter. Shake off excess glitter. Leave picture to dry. Guests can take their fairy home at the end of the party.

This can be a messy activity. Make sure it is in a room where the glitter can be contained. It may be easier to do thisoutside on the porch.

Fairy Treasure Container

Tinker Bell loves to collect lost items. Create a fairy treasure can to hold her treasures.

  • Empty can, such as empty vegetable or soup can, clean and with label removed
  • Glitter modge podge
  • Brush to apply modge podge
  • Glue dots or Elmers glue
  • Scrapbook paper, cut to the size of the can
  • Lace, ribbon or rickrack
  • Embellishments
  • Markers and/or crayons

Before the Party:

Prepare the cans and scrapbook paper before the party. Clean the cans, remove the labels and let dry.

Next, measure the can and cut the scrapbook paper to fit around the can.


Brush modge podge onto the back of the scrapbook paper. Place scrapbook paper around the can. Brush modge podge over the top of the paper. Allow to dry for about 10 minutes. Use glue dots or glue to attach the lace or ribbon around the top and bottom edge of the can. Decorate with markers, crayons or embellishments. This can also be a wonderful party favor container.

Have fun with these Tinker Bell party games and crafts. Most of these ideas were inspired from themes in the new Tinker Bell movie and the Fairy Haven books written by Gail Carson Levine. Both the movie and books are excellent. Be sure to check them out.

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