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Decide what lesson your fairytale is going to teach before you write it. They are generally teaching something and yours should do the same.
Set the story in a specific location. It can be the real world but also a product of your imagination; like: a mysterious island, or an enchanted forest.
Create a good character. A fairytale needs someone to root for. They don't have to be perfect, but your readers should like them and want them to succeed. Often in fairy tale the hero is a princess or a prince, but you can choose whoever you want; like: a cat, an elephant.
Devise an evil character. A fairytale must have an evil character that works as an antagonist to the good character. It can be a person or an evil object.
Decide the goal, the special dream, that your hero wants to do; like rescue the princess, find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, find his way back home.
Decide who will be the friends and the helpers that will support the hero and help him in achieving his goal; like: speaking animals.
Design a magical character or object to write into the fairy tale. The magical character can be the evil character but many fairy tales have both good and evil magical characters that work to off-set the other's influence; like: a fairy, a fairy godmother, an invincible sword, a magic book.
Identify what obstacles your good character is going to have to face; like: exceed the witchwood, deal with the dragon in the cave, a thousand enemies, extraterrestrial.
And finally write a ending, not necessarily a happy ending; even though we know that at everyone like stories that end happily, with a "…and they all lived happily ever after".

1) The Fir Tree - Hans Christian Andersen
2) The Donkey - The Brothers Grimm
3) The Butterfly - Hans Christian Andersen
4) The Blue Light - The Brothers Grimm
5) The Boots of Buffalo-Leather - The Brothers Grimm
6) The Giant and the Tailor - The Brothers Grimm
7) The Bright Sun Brings It To Light - The Brothers Grimm
8) The Raven - The Brothers Grimm
9) The Lazy Spinner - The Brothers Grimm
10) The Death of the Little Hen - The Brothers Grimm
1) Cinderella - The Brothers Grimm
2) Little Red Riding-Hood - Charles Perrault
3) The little mermaid - Hans Christian Andersen
4) A Riddling Tale - The Brothers Grimm
5) Beauty and the Beast - Mme de Beaumont
6) Allerleirauh - The Brothers Grimm
7) Bearskin - The Brothers Grimm
8) Blue Beard - Charles Perrault
9) Cinderella - Charles Perrault
10) Briar-Rose - The Brothers Grimm