I think I might have a cool story for this one:
Cinderella was originally a possessed scarecrow, possessed because she died in a fire alongside her mother, thus the name CINDERella. A scarecrow was found at the house she burned in, by her "evil" stepmother, she kept it, because there was a bit for trouble with crows in her garden. The scarecrow was often pecked by birds, and Cinderella often got torn many times, which caused her great pain. She wanted it to stop. Years later, Cinderella was still pecked by birds, many of her tears stitched, but many still remained. She heard about the ball the sisters were going to when they talked outside one day. She wanted to go with them, so she could find a prince-or someone- ANYONE,to take her away from the pain and suffering she felt. A fairy Godmother came to grant her wish, but there was one catch. She had to be back by midnight, not a minute later. She agreed to this, and the fairy godmother turned her human, able to talk, move and breath. She had ocean blue eyes instead of buttons, golden hair instead of straw, and skin instead of fabric and felt. She arrived at the ball in a pumpkin carriage, and danced for hours with the prince. She noticed it was one minute from midnight, and she needed to get home. She quickly ran outside, her glass slippers cracking along the way, puncturing her feet as she screamed in pain, but still kept going. The clock began to toll. She stepped into the carriage, but she was too late. The fairy godmother appeared, and told her "I told you not to be late, now you suffer the consequences!" She waved her wand at Cinderella, and almost within an instant, her skin turned back into felt, her eyes buttons, and her hair, straw. The wounds on her feet didn't pour blood anymore, but straw, what she was filled with as a scarecrow. The pumpkin carriage and animals returned to normal as well, but because Cinderella remained inside the pumpkin,the seeds and insides from in covered her. The crows and rats began to tear at her thin stitching as she screamed in pain. Several guests ran outside, including the stepsisters, to see what the commotion was, only to see the living scarecrow girl, in at loosely stitched dress, being torn apart by small animals. Cinderella then grabbed a glass shard from her slipper and killed the crows and rats tearing away at her, blood slightly staining her. She remained in the pumpkin, one silent crow and rat remaining. She looked over and saw the terrified guests as she dropped the shard, it breaking on the cold, hard ground. The stepsisters remembered the scarecrow from all of the times they played outside, and one of them screamed in sheer horror. Cinderella picked up the remaining rat, looked over to the sisters, slightly giggled, then put a huge, terrifying gin on her fake face. She then said in a twisted, insane voice" "What's the problem? I just wanted to be a real girl..."