Our current craze for fairies and win a My Fairy Garden

There’s a real craze for fairies in our house. It started with Scrip looking after the fairy house at school (I’m still not sure what form this house takes but it seems to provide hours of fun at break time), continued with night time notes to the Tooth Fairy, even though she still has a full set still intact, and then carried on with Tinkerbell and her friends who flew in at Christmas.

My Fairy Garden

Then there’s the fairy dust, tiny fairy door and now, the final piece in the puzzle, her My Fairy Garden. She was delighted to try one out for herself as we’d bought a few variations such as the flowerpot for friends’ sixth birthdays recently. I like the way there’s a bit of nature mixed in – with our version you get some grass seeds to sprinkle in the soil and grow around the miniature house and accessories.

There’s a generous-sized tray that you fill with soil and then add the other parts of the scene to. Everything is quite straightforward to slot together. There’s a house with a door that opens and top that comes off, a tiny washing line complete with pegs, a shell water feature, a toadstool and a little plastic mouse (which is not my favourite bit!) There’s also a leaflet with some other ideas for playing inside.

My Fairy Garden

Fairy-sized flowers to stick into the soil that the grass will grow up around come with the set, as does a colourful path to lay and, of course, the fairy herself who’s kneeling down enjoying the scene. Ours is called Belle.

Anything that encourages children to interact with nature and rewards some patience as they watch the seeds grow is a good toy in my books. I wonder if I can encourage her into the garden to water my veggies this summer?

If you’d like to win a My Fairy Garden for a fairy adorer in your household, just use the Rafflecopter link below. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The rules

    • Entrants must be 18 or over and UK residents.
    • The prize consists of a My Fairy Garden, RRP of £14.99.
    • Competition closes at 12.00am on Monday 12th March 2018. Any entries submitted after this date will not be included.
    • The winner will be selected randomly through a prize draw and announced on newmumblings.com and through email.
    • There is no cash prize alternative.

Our My Fairy Garden is £14.99 and is easily available in the shops or online. Thanks for gifting the My Fairy Garden to us to review and making a newly six year old very happy.

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65 thoughts on “Our current craze for fairies and win a My Fairy Garden

  1. lesley renshaw

    My daughter loves anything small (especially fairies) and crafts plus she would love role playing with this once it’s done so I’m entering on her instructions. Thanks for the chance x

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  2. Hayley Colburn

    My neices and daughter would all love them, was already considering one of these and the fairy door for each of them as a Christmas/Birthday present

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  3. Jade Hewlett

    It looks like a lovely activity for the children and something they would enjoy going back to once they’ve very created there garden

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  4. AMANDA W

    id love to win as im fed up of seeing the advert and having to listen to my daughter whinge how she hasnt got it and she needs it!!!! haha

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  5. Kristin Burdsall

    My daughter would love this. Mt niece had one for Christmas and my daughter was very jealous

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  6. Jackie Howell

    twins Rose and Teresa are so into fairies, pixies and elves at the moment and they would get so much enjoyment from building and growing this fab fairy garden!

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  7. jo liddement

    I would be quite tempted to play with this myself but i instead i would make this with my granddaughter Freyja and she can put it in her garden to attract her own fairies.

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  8. Mrs Rachel Heap

    I would love to win this for my daughter Jasmine, she is 5 years old and loves anything to do with Fairies!

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  9. Natalee Gosiewski

    we love fairy when we go to parks ect we take glitter and sprinkle it round near the trees kids like leaving it for gifts for the fairys we even left my daughters dummies thats how we managed to get her to give them up

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  10. Jacki Mactaggart

    Adorable and totally magical-I would love to win this for my lovely niece Isla who is 3 on April fools day ❤️. Isla simply loves fairies.

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  11. Lauren Stebbings

    I’d love to win this for my daughter because she adores wildlife and always wants to help gardening. She would be thrilled to have her own special garden to tend to.

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  12. Anja V.

    My daughter would love this. She has her birthday soon, and I would keep it as a surprise for her until then. She loves fairies and gardening – this is such a wonderful idea!

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  13. Samantha Atherton

    I would love to win for my little girl she simply adores fairies and is really creative, I know she’d just love this.

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