We found a 'lil Fairy Door way up high in our room!  #lilfairydoor #fairies #fairydoor

We found a 'lil Fairy Door way up high in our room! #lilfairydoor #fairies #fairydoor

Garden fairies come at dawn, bless the flowers, then they are gone...

Garden fairies come at dawn, bless the flowers, then they are gone...

Letter from the fairy asking if she can move in!

The fairies have moved in

Fairy door (from Home & Garden Art in Seattle, WA) with stairs (built and installed by Allan Fritz), photographed by Skyler Walker of Tangly Cottage Gardening. (© 2012)    I thought fairies had wings?  Do they need stairs?

our garden on tour: the bogsy woods

Fairy door (from Home & Garden Art in Seattle, WA) with stairs (built and installed by Allan Fritz), photographed by Skyler Walker of Tangly Cottage Gardening. (© 2012) I thought fairies had wings? Do they need stairs?

Create a Magical Portal with the 'lil Fairy Door

Create a Magical Portal with the 'lil Fairy Door

A lil' Fairy Door is not only a cute little door on the wall, it helps children through difficult childhood stages, like potty training, sleeping in their own bed or moving house.

Irish Fairy Door Company, so clever. Something I would love to do for B&her step-sisters nursery.

Irish Fairy Door Company, so clever. Something I would love to do for B&her step-sisters nursery.

How to make polymer clay fairy doors http://leahg.me/how-to-make-fairy-doors-for-gifts-from-polymer-clay/

How to make polymer clay fairy doors http://leahg.me/how-to-make-fairy-doors-for-gifts-from-polymer-clay/

Isn’t this the most darling little idea – a trinket filled walnut to tuck into the Santa sock. I’ve been wondering what ‘fairy willow’, our live-in fairy, might leave Molly on Christmas morning outside her fairy door and here it is….. I’m stopping in Tesco on the way home to buy some walnuts. Thank you Helen Bird of CurlyBirds again for your inspiring 'mummy magic' ideas

a fairy walnut present

Isn’t this the most darling little idea – a trinket filled walnut to tuck into the Santa sock. I’ve been wondering what ‘fairy willow’, our live-in fairy, might leave Molly on Christmas morning outside her fairy door and here it is….. I’m stopping in Tesco on the way home to buy some walnuts. Thank you Helen Bird of CurlyBirds again for your inspiring 'mummy magic' ideas

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