Wouldn’t You Though?
These hand crafted doors to allow fairies and elves magical access to your garden are just sooo cute and the perfect antidote to all the plastic tat that usually litters my lawn…
Place your fairy door on a tree or wall in your garden. Only the fairies or elves can open them with their magical keys, you understand. And, er, you know, maybe they only come out at night time or something. Got a tricky toddler that needs taming? Maybe your garden fairy likes to leave a reward for good behaviour. Just a suggestion.
There’s an indoor version too, see above, designed to fit to a wall or skirting board in your home to allow Fairies and Elves in for the winter months (dandelion dresses aren’t terribly thermal you know). Available in blue or pink these interior doors are smaller, for a wall or an ‘Elf on the shelf’ Christmas theme. Then of course there’s some tooth fairy fun to be had here – for those of you that are a bit more imaginative and less last minute than me.
If you’ve got a Mini Muddy who is a real fairy fanatic you can even hire a Fairy Door Trail for a birthday party (package includes 6 fairy doors, ten sheets for you to map your trail and half price offer on one fairy door purchase). Wish I’d discovered these when my daughter was younger – love a birthday party bargain.
Kentish Fairy Doors are hand crafted in Sevenoaks. Large, exterior doors, £18, (plus £5 p&p); interior fairy doors, £12, (plus £4 p&p).