How to Create a Winx Club Fairy Online

"Winx Club" is a popular children's show, especially among young girls. Featuring beautiful and stylish fairies who use magical powers to battle witches and other evil forces, the "Winx Club" fairies are many children's heroes and idols. Online games have been created that feature the "Winx Club" fairies, including a game that allows users to create their own "Winx Club" fairies online.

Things You'll Need

  • Online Winx Club Fairy dress-up game


    • 1

      Navigate to a Web site that offers the Winx Club Fairy dress-up game online (see "References").

    • 2

      Click on the image of the Winx Club fairy you would like to dress up.

    • 3

      Click on the items offered within the accessories pane to cause them to appear on your "Winx Club" fairy for viewing. Click the left and right arrows to load more dress-up components for your fairy.

    • 4

      Click "Print" to print your "Winx Club" fairy for display.

Tips & Warnings

  • Scan the fairy onto your computer. Upload the image to your social networking profile if you wish.
  • Beware of navigating away from the fairy creation page before you are finished creating your fairy; otherwise, you will lose your creation.
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