When we were asked if we’d like to review a fairy door from www.myownfairy.com, I clicked over to their website and thought they looked so cute. What a brilliant concept, set up your door, sprinkle some fairy dust, leave the key and if the key is gone in the morning, your fairy has moved in!
The back of the box explains the concept, isn’t it great?
I don’t think we’ll be using the glitter or key as they are both too small for H, who is only 15 months. I’ve shown the sizes in this photo using a packet of wipes for comparison…
…See they’re rather small.
Our My Fairy Door:
I chose the perfect quiet spot in the playroom next to where her books are going. Then got to work.
1. A few blobs or blu-tak stuck the door on firmly. I decided to place it above the skirting so it was stuck across the back and also the the stickers would go on nicely. Otherwise the grass would be halfway up the door 🙂
3. The finished door & stickers.
4. At this point, with older children you would place down the stepping stones, sprinkle some fairy dust and leave the key. But they’re all too small for H so we haven’t done that.
5. If she was older we’d also name her fairy and download the naming certificate.
6. She could also leave drawings and ?letters for her fairy too. We’ll definitely do this in a few months when she understands 🙂
I love this concept! Imaginative play is brilliant and I think H will soon understand all about her fairies 🙂 She actually has fairies on her bedroom curtains and says good morning to them every morning pointing and waving at them, so she’ll soon understand.
A bit about www.myownfairy.com
The website is lovely, there are a few choices of doors too.?All you then need is lots of imagination!
Verdict: 100% recommended – fabulous imaginative play and very cute too 🙂 A brilliant concept! Actually I smile every time I see this door, it’s just a happy little bit of wall ?
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