Follow the adventures of fairy princess Holly and her elf friend Ben in Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. This cute BAFTA award winning animated show runs on Nick Jr, or the first 11 episodes are available on DVD. There are of course a vast range of toys and books available to accompany the series!Filed under Little Fairies | Comment (0)
Dervish Toys are the makers of Faery Folk, a series of six collectible dolls. The dolls themselves are very sweet and include four faeries – Blossom, Ting, Tempestia, and Ipomea; a mischievous elf called Puck and Magnus the Dragon. Each doll comes with a story booklet which introduces the world of the Faery Folk and includes a craft project and faery charm. All of the dolls are available to order via Amazon US.Filed under Little Fairies | Comment (0)
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I love this stationery set from Frilly Lily – the Fairy Post Box comes with a ‘Fairy Post Paid’ rubber stamp and ink pad; notebook and pencil; fairy shaped pink and red paper clips; 3 sheets of fairy postage stamps; fairy village store order cards, account cards and note cards and envelopes. Frilly Lily also sell an number of other cute fairy things for boys and girls including costumes, fairy cookie cutters, and dolls clothes.Filed under Little Fairies | Comment (0)
I can only imagine the pure joy of the lucky child who gets to snuggle down in this glorious fairy bedroom every night. No details have been overlooked in the creation of this fantasy, which includes a life-size indoor tree, lamps shaped like flowers, pixie house wall shelves and mushroom stools. It is the work of Kidtropolis, who specialise in unique interiors for children. Their website contains many other amazing projects including a fairytale carriage cot and a magic tree house.Filed under Little Fairies | Comments (2)
The Fairyland Trust is a UK-based charity dedicated to inspiring children to reconnect with the beauty and magic of nature. Their aim is to create Fairylands, recreating habitats and making the land fit for fairies, places where children can experience real nature. They take their workshops, which include wing and wand making, fairy banquets, fairy books, and many more, to events around the country, allowing children to play creatively while learning about wildflowers, trees, faeries and nature. They also organise a hugely popular annual Fairy Fair in Norfolk.
But here’s the thing – the Fairyland Trust is run on very little money, and the future of these wonderful workshops and events is in danger. It would be extremely sad, both for the fairies and the thousands of children who experience their magic, were the Trust to cease their work. So now the Trust is inviting people to become Supporters. For a small monthly donation, Supporters will in return receive a workshop kit to make at home, a quarterly e-magazine for children and families, and advance notice and booking priority for all events.
For more information, and to download a Supporter form, please visit the Fairyland Trust website.
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The Planet Pixies are Anyu the Ice Pixie, Kayla the Marsh Pixie, and Maia the Tree Pixie. The trio of dolls are designed to draw attention to environmental issues affecting their habitats in a gently educational way. The makers of the Planet Pixies, I Love My Planet, are dedicated to providing children’s toys that are safe, creative, fun and better for the environment. The dolls are made using only organic materials and come in recycled and recyclable packaging.
The Fairies is an enchanting TV series produced and aired in Australia which follows the lives of Harmony and Rhapsody and all their friends in Fairyland. The catchy song and dance routines are enough to keep any pre-schooler enraptured, and the adults will appreciate the fantastic sets build by New Zealand’s WETA Workshop (Lord of the Rings). With two series to date, DVDs, live shows and a plethora of merchandise, this is definitely one to watch.Filed under Little Fairies | Comments (3)
Smart Fairy is the sister site to Claresa the Fairy’s Gifts, featured yesterday. The site has got lots of ideas for hosting a fairy party, including basic planning guidelines, recipes, face painting tutorials, games, crafts and more.Filed under Little Fairies | Comment (0)
Claresa the Fairy’s Birthday Fairies website is a veritable treasure trove of handmade fairy gifts, suitable for wedding favours, parties and goody bags. Chose from Magic Fairy Treasure Stones, Wishing Dust, Wands, Crackers, Flower Crowns and much more! Boys are catered for too with specially themed gifts sure to appeal.Filed under Little Fairies | Comment (0)