Thursday, 27 August 2015

The Fairy Garden Review

Kira loves Fairies, she will hunt for them hoping she can see them any opportunity she has, we have a fairy door on our stairs and she has named all the fairies she believes that are living their.

When we got the opportunity to review a Fairy Garden by Interplay I knew it would be the perfect creation for Mummy and Daughter time, with Summer in bed and Kacy watching TV, me and Kira got creating the garden.

The Fairy Garden came in an easy box to open with everything you need inside the box, the bowl was an oval shape, it came with glitter, little stones, a proper ornament fairy, flowers, seeds, a foam house and carpet, little pegs, string and Fairy dust. except the soil which is easy enough to get.



I got the soil which was in the garage and not that easy to get to, then we got the instructions which are clearly written and easy for a child to follow. 

It was time start first thing was to make the house, which was six sections and made out of foam so just pushed them all together like a puzzle, the floor was on its own, then you dug a little hole big enough for the oyster to fit in, then you added the colourful stones to make paving for the fairy to walk up and down, tied the string to the little sticks and pegged the blanket to it, you then put the Fairy on the paving or where you liked, you pushed the flowers and toadstools into place and added water to the oyster for the Fairy to drink, you scattered the grass seed over the soil and glitter and fairy dust to get the fairy to visit your garden.

The Oyster shell was a proper Oyster shell 


Kira loved making the Fairy Garden and talking about when the Fairy would arrive would it drink the water from the oyster or maybe have a bath.  At the end of the instructions it gave you other ideas to add to your garden like twigs or something from your house so Kira wanted to add her unicorn to it so the Fairy could have a ride and a friend. 

Without the Unicorn

Kira really proud of her Fairy Garden

A proper look at Kira's Fairy Garden Including her Unicorn

This took me and Kira about 20 minutes to create which is long enough, Kira enjoyed every minute of making this, within a couple of days the grass is now growing, Kira can't wait to have to mow the lawn with a pair of scissors.

The Fairy Garden is priced at £14.99 which I think it's a reasonable price and a perfect present for any little girls who loves Fairies. 

You can find My Fairy Garden at Interplay's Website 

*we were given this for our own photos and opinions*


20 comments:

  1. I love this idea, it is so much fun for kids to create their own miniature garden. Your daughter's looks great, I love the coloured path x

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  2. Oh how cute, what a lovely little craft set and such a pretty finished item :) x

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  3. Ah I love little craft items! Thank you for the post :) x

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  4. Loving Kiras face smiling with pride. Beautiful fairy garden! We loved ours too but the wind blew the fairy house away when we put it outside to stop the cats eating the grass, whoops!

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  5. Oh my goodness this is so sweet! My girls would LOVE this! We made our own little fairy garden earlier in the year but it wasn't quite as smart as yours!!

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  6. My cousin would love this. What a neat idea, although at £15 it is a little pricy.

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  7. This is so sweet - I love how everything comes in the box, and that you only have to add the soil x

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  8. Wow this is such a cute little set! Would love this for myself, haha x

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  9. This is such a cute and innovative thing to do with kids x

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  10. This set looks like a whole bundle of fun. My little boy would adore this. Great for a wet day in the holidays.

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  11. Kits like this that fuel the imagination are wonderful and your daughter looks as though she had a great time creating this garden.

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  12. Oh my this is just fabulous I love it (and secretly want one) x

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  13. ahhhhh this is sooooo amazing!!!! my best friend loves fairies lol even though shes in her 30's so i think i may buy her this for christmas (I know its made for kids but who cares) x

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  14. This is so adorable, I think even my teenage daughter would like it!

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  15. This is amazing! You made a beautiful fairy garden. Love the idea.

    Daniella | Freshly Pressed Beauty

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  16. This looks amazing, something I think my daughter would love when she is a bit older. I love things like this that help the magic of childhood =)

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  17. Aww, this looks absolutely amazing! I'm sure my 2 year old son would love this, despite it being a bit girly LOL :D

    Louise x

    With love from Lou

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  18. I love finding inventive stuff for kids on all these parent blogs! This looks so fun

    Catstello | www.cattitudeandco.uk

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  19. Oh wow. We recently made a boxed garden, carson and i, this is really similar (much prettier!)

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  20. Oh wow. We recently made a boxed garden, carson and i, this is really similar (much prettier!)

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