Just for Tiny People Fairy Door review

 

Do you believe in fairies?

 

Just for Tiny People fairy door review

 

I do, I do, I do!

 

At the age of 5 or thereabouts I remember being utterly convinced that we had fairies at the bottom of our garden. I even went as far as roping in my best friend to go searching for them, which took us on many day-long excursions through leafy bushes and hedgerow. Getting swept away with our imaginations, we would solemnly confirm fairy sightings to our smiling mums. Always keen to keep us wrapped up in the magic of childhood for as long as possible, they played along and encouraged us to keep believing. Summer days were filled with daisy chains, magic wands and make-shift dens. We were never happier.

 

Open your heart and let the fairies in

Just for Tiny People have a beautiful range of limited edition handmade wooden fairy doors and accessories to help you to weave magic into your little ones world… every day. They come in many colours with gorgeous authentic features that would appeal to any little believer. Little Button received a visit from the present fairy last week and was delighted when she found that she was the proud owner of a magical pink fairy door, complete with little wooden stepping stones.

 

Just for Tiny People fairy door review

Just for Tiny People fairy door review

Just for Tiny People fairy door review

 

On opening the fairy door package, she was mesmerised by the tiny front door key and sparkly bottle of fairy dust. She searched high and low for the perfect place for her fairy’s home and in the end settled for a spot near the end of her bed.

 

 

A bit of magic and a few glue dots should do the trick

Fitting your new Just for Tiny People fairy door is super easy. Carefully remove your door from its backing and then using tiny glue dots, secure it to your chosen place. It doesn’t have to be a skirting board… you could consider attaching it to a big door, cupboard or even snuggled between books on a bookshelf. Little Button excitedly laid the wooden stepping stone pathway herself and sat back to marvel at her hidden fairy house.

 

Just for Tiny People fairy door review

 

 

Open the door to their imaginations

Shhhh! Just for big people’s ears… the idea behind having a fairy door is that your little one can invite a fairy to ‘move in’ by sprinkling their fairy door key with magic fairy dust before they go to bed. When they wake up in the morning, if the key has vanished, then their own little fairy has moved in! This opens up endless possibilities for make-believe play and adventures.

 

 

And just like that… a fairy moved in

Once everything was ready, Little Button thought long and hard about what her fairy would be called and what she would be like. I couldn’t help myself and got carried away in the nostalgic moment, day dreaming too about where her little fairy would be travelling from and wondering what her favourite colour would be (pink… obviously!).

 

Just for Tiny People fairy door review

 

We were having such a wonderful time that we lost track of bedtime, and a yawning Little Button eventually declared her fairy’s name… Tutti Fruiti. Placing the key on the first stepping stone, Little Button sprinkled her fairy door key with magic fairy dust, welcomed Tutti Fruiti to her new home and then jumped into bed, hopeful that she would now be on her way.

 

Just for Tiny People fairy door review

 

In the morning the key had vanished! We listened closely at the door and we were sure that we heard not one… but two fairies tinkering and giggling in their beautiful new Just for Tiny People fairy house.

 

Just for Tiny People

You can find out more about Just for Tiny people and their magical fairy door range and accessories by visiting their website. Follow @JFTPMagic and like their Facebook page to keep up to date on all their latest products and magical offers.

 

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21 Comments

  1. April 20, 2016 / 12:16 pm

    This is so adorable!! I would have gone mad for these as a child. Might have to buy one for my little boy when he’s a bit older, such a lovely idea for encouraging imaginative play! #BloggerClubUK

  2. Edward
    April 21, 2016 / 7:02 am

    Lovely review. Looks like such a sweet tiny door.

  3. April 21, 2016 / 7:28 am

    This is a really good idea! since its strating to get kind of nice up here in Scotland. I was considering making a fairy garden with Holly! This would go perfectly!
    Lisa
    http://workingmumy.blogspot.com
    #FamilyFun

  4. April 21, 2016 / 8:24 pm

    Oh I love these fairy doors and I especially love the name of your fairy. Do they do boy versions too? My two are a bit old for these but I’d love one!!! TY for linking up to #FamilyFun http://bit.ly/23L0nSs
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  5. April 21, 2016 / 11:35 pm

    I saw these a few months back. I love them. I love fairies. My little one is only 9 months at the moment, but I’d love to get him one of these one day. It’ll be so magical for him! Great review #familyfun

  6. April 24, 2016 / 8:14 pm

    Awww this is so sweet & the door decorations are adorable! My kids would love this – they are big into fairies, particularly our 3-year-old daughter. Thanks so much for joining us at #bloggerclubuk x
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  7. May 6, 2016 / 6:15 am

    What a lovely little thing. There are so many companies that offer these doors they have to come up with something that makes theirs stand out. I think the little stepping stones and the magical concept are brilliant touches.

  8. May 6, 2016 / 7:00 am

    I absolutely love fairies! I collect little fairy ornaments, great review. #DreamTeam Thanks for hosting!

  9. May 7, 2016 / 7:31 am

    These look great
    We had a fairy door at Christmas but I think my daughter was a bit too young to really get it. Her imagination has kicked in now so it may be a good time to revisit and distract her from her new found fears

    #DreamTeam

  10. May 7, 2016 / 1:43 pm

    My toddler has just recently got really interested in fairies (she’s obsessed with Tinkerbell) so I think she’d love this!! In all honesty I think I’d love it just a little too. Thanks for hosting lovely 🙂 #DreamTeam x

  11. May 7, 2016 / 3:29 pm

    This is just the most adorable idea, I would’ve absolutely loved it as a kid! I always believed in fairies as a child, it was lovely. (: #dreamteam

  12. May 7, 2016 / 6:35 pm

    This is adorable! I love games and things like this which will encourage children’s imagination

    #dreamteam

  13. May 8, 2016 / 9:46 am

    this is just too cute!! think ill get one for my niece. lovely post #dreamteam xx

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