Inviting Magic Into Our Home With The Irish Fairy Door Company

Inviting Magic Into Our Home With The Irish Fairy Door Company

The beauty of having children is getting to embrace the magic that comes with them. From Father Christmas to the Easter Bunny, I never get tired of seeing the excitement light up in my Little Man’s eyes as he sees the magic unfold before him.

Lots of children embrace the tales of fairies at the bottom of the garden and many spend hours listening to stories, reading stories, drawing pictures and even looking for them, with the hope that one day they will see them before their very eyes.

Recently I was given the opportunity to invite a fairy to stay in our very own home – the child in me was beyond excited at the thought! The Irish Fairy Door Company produce Fairy Doors that can be put anywhere in the home – and indeed the garden, so that your very own fairy has their own access to their new home!

Inviting Magic Into Our Home With The Irish Fairy Door Company

Each fairy door comes with a magic key in a bottle, three stepping stones, the Family/Fairy Lease Agreement, a notepad for the fairy and the Fairy Welcome Guide! Once you register the fairy’s name on The Fairy Workplace Log on the website, they send you exclusive stories and play ideas on a weekly basis.

The Little Man couldn’t believe his luck when I showed him. When asked, he named his fairy and we set to attaching the fairy door to the wall, just outside his bedroom door.

We left the teeny tiny, ridiculously cute key in a bottle outside the fairy door and signed the lease agreement (this is a serious commitment you understand!) We left her a welcome note in the hope she would leave one back. Now, all we had to do was wait until morning to see if she would move in overnight.

Let’s just say that at the crack of dawn the following morning I was woken to the sound of a little voice saying “Mummy, Mummy! The key has gone! She’s moved in!”. Needless to say, I was dragged from my bed and I stumbled and bumbled along in a sleepy state to witness the magic for myself. And sure enough, he was right. The key was gone and in its place was an empty bottle and a thank you note – in the smallest of handwriting!

Inviting Magic Into Our Home With The Irish Fairy Door Company

The magic had arrived.

His little face was a picture. This is such a great gift for children! With the Irish Fairy Door, we don’t need to wait until Christmas or Easter for there to be a bit of magic in the air. We can have it daily. All we have to do is believe! And as long as we believe then the magic is here to stay. 😉

 

*I was gifted the Irish Fairy Door in return for an honest review, as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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19 Comments

  1. 16th April 2017 / 12:53 pm

    Each of my daughters have a fairy door in their rooms, I absolutely love them! I really like the worry plaques too, I think they are a brilliant idea! Thanks so much for sharing with #Blogstravaganza, hope to see you again next week xx

  2. 18th April 2017 / 7:35 am

    This is so cute. I’m totally getting one for Molly. She will love it. #TriumphantTales

  3. 18th April 2017 / 8:31 am

    Love this idea, and it’s novel to have something like that which looks so pretty too! #TriumphantTales

  4. Nige
    18th April 2017 / 8:54 am

    We have the fairy door it really is a great idea the girls love it great review thanks for hosting #trimuphanttales

  5. 18th April 2017 / 11:24 am

    What an amazing idea! Jade is a tad to young to understand at the moment but I am definitely getting one of these as soon as she understands more. Fab post xx
    #triumphanttales

  6. 18th April 2017 / 3:50 pm

    Aww I so love this. My daughter would love the magic of it all and be constantly checking it! Thanks for hosting xx

  7. 18th April 2017 / 4:02 pm

    This is so cute! Such a lovely idea, I love that it even comes with a key 🙂
    #TriumphantTales

  8. 18th April 2017 / 4:09 pm

    We’ve had a fairy now for a few weeks and she has made a real difference to the kids, especially in tandem with the Worry Plaque that The Irish Fairy Door Company also sell #triumphanttales

  9. 18th April 2017 / 5:46 pm

    Aww my girls are huge believers in fairies and would love this!! Such a fab idea and a lovely way to keep the magic of childhood alive. I hope my girls continue to believe in fairies for as long as possible! #triumphanttales

  10. 18th April 2017 / 6:57 pm

    Oh my gosh! These are seriously cute. My twin daughters would love them. Going to look out for them, it’s their birthday next month.

  11. 18th April 2017 / 7:22 pm

    I love these. The little man has one. We also picked up the worry tree. It’s great as he’s really anxious. The fact they’re Irish does it for me too. Support local and all that.

  12. 18th April 2017 / 10:23 pm

    #TriumphantTales Ive had a fairy door in my home for a very long time. My son rarely interacts with it but when he does – its awesome. Our Fairy door is at the top of the stairs and sometimes he just brushes past, knocks and has a little chat and every time it melts me. All homes should have them 🙂

  13. 19th April 2017 / 6:26 am

    I’ve seen these now on a number of blogs but this is the first review I’ve read! What a fantastic idea! I love all the little extras which come along with it, they make it extra special #TriumphantTales

  14. 19th April 2017 / 2:03 pm

    This is a brilliant idea/ gift. Such a simple yet exciting way to bring that element of magic in the day-to-day. Though I suspect my 3.5 year-old Little Man would prefer superheroes to be behind the magic door, instead of fairies!
    #TriumphantTales

  15. Amy @ Arty apple
    19th April 2017 / 8:37 pm

    Ahhh I love this. My daughter would be so thrilled with it, it’s on the birthday list x

  16. 20th April 2017 / 10:06 pm

    Aaaaww this is just so lovely, my little girl was fairy mad for years though I fear she’d think herself too grown up now aaaargggh!! I suppose that’s what nephews are for! #TriumphantTales

  17. 29th April 2017 / 2:55 pm

    i bought my niece a fairy door a few years ago, she thinks i will come through it one day to visit her

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