Monday, November 30, 2015

Irish Fairy Door - Review and GIveaway

I received product for review from The Irish Fairy Door Company.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
Full of wonder and imagination, The Irish Fairy Door Company helps fairies relocate into homes and gardens all over the world.  Handcrafted fairy doors help the magical creatures go between our world and Fairyland.
 
If you know a child who is in awe of fairies, The Irish Fairy Door Company is a wonderful online shop that creates doors and accessories to build upon the magic of fairies.
 
I received the Blue Arched Irish Fairy Door for review.  It came with a magic key in a bottle, three stepping stones, the Family / Fairy Lease Agreement, a notepad for your fairy and the Fairy Welcome Guide.  The lease agreement was rolled up into a scroll, and contains rules that the humans and fairies should abide by.  The Welcome Guide tells a story and gives info on how to use the Fairy Door. Some of the pieces in the kit are small and not suitable for younger children.

 
The premise of a fairy door is to pick a special place to put your fairy door and stepping stones, and leave the magic key beside it.  If your magic key is gone in the morning, your fairy has arrived!
 
Once you have ownership of an Irish Fairy Door, you can register your fairy's name on The Fairy Workplace Log on the website.  Once that's done, your child can read exclusive stories, see how many other fairies are registered with the same name, and receive fun ideas delivered direct from Fairy Valley on a weekly basis.
 
The Irish Fairy Door I own is set upon a ledge in my living room.  My nieces love coming over and writing a note to the fairy (who's been named Gemstone), then later checking to see if the magical key is gone.  It's sparked imagination, brought forth creativity, and has even helped with behavior. 
 
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46 comments:

BethElderton said...

My Eva is so imaginative that I can't really predict what name she would choose! She named her little dogs Misha and Sherlock---we still have no idea where that came from--and she calls the bunny stuffed toy that she travels with, The Bun. LOL--I have no idea!
Mary Beth Elderton

Dan K said...

Twinky

Charlene E said...

I am sure my niece would name it something to do with the color pink she has become obsessed with pink

Chad Gusta said...

Princess twinkles lol

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I think they would call it Bronwyn.

jakiesmom said...

They'd probably just name her fairy

abedabun dawn said...

Oh, I have no idea really. But I would guess she would name it "pretty" because thats what she says about everything.

Peggy said...

I think it would be Claire.

Xty C said...

I think it would be sarah

Michele said...

I think she'd name the fairy Sparkle.

s said...

Probably Leppy

Melinda Stephens said...

My son would just name it Fairy. He doesn't really seem to understand names yet.

Kristen said...

I think she'd call her Twinkle Glitter Sparkles.

alissa apel said...

Leo would be one. I have a kid that's obsessed with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

SnowflakeDay (Audra) said...

Knowing my daughter, she would probably name him Fred or Spiderman. :-)
-Audra O'Hara

ALAINA said...

This seems like a cute book.

Isaiahsmom said...

My kids like Tinkerbell so they would probably name the fairy Tinkerbell.

j1man1r66 said...

Oh my goodness , there is no telling what my granddaughters might choose as a name for their fairy!Maybe something they are familiar with like Tinkerbell!
j1man1r66@etex.net
Jennifer Rogers

Ashley Rexrode said...

I think my kids would name a fairy puginkerbell

DEBIJOT said...

I think they would call her Annabelle.

Colleen Maurina said...

I'm not sure what name she would choose but she loves fairies and the color purple. She also loves anything to do with Tinkerbell!

Charlene S. said...

My niece loves rhyming names, so she would most likely name the fairy Kerry.

Sue Hull said...

My niece would name it kiki fairy. Kiki is her cat and she loves her kitty. Thank you for the chance :)

Sue Hull said...

My niece would name it kiki fairy. Kiki is her cat and she loves her kitty. Thank you for the chance :)

Nancy said...

She might choose the name Daniel.

Nancy
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Robin Abrams said...

She would more then likely call her Isabelle like her dolly

Animal Lover said...

sophie

brendaelsner said...

My niece is obsessed with rainbows so I think she would probably call her rainbow.

lisagee1234 said...

Tiddlywinks. Because that is her favorite game.

Pam said...

I think she'd name her Sassy.

Ken Ohl said...

she would name her kiera her name. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Danielle jones said...

I think my neice and nephews would name their fairy Danielle after their favorite aunt...lol I have no clue what they would name the fairy maybe something after a flower like rose.

Kammie G said...

My daughter would name a fairy Jupiter, after our cat (I just asked. Surprised by that answer). My son would name a fairy Temple, he names everything Temple.

Audra said...

Twinkles

Shannon F said...

Joy. My daughter names everything "Joy" LOL

Jessica Dawn Justice said...

Knowing my son he would pick a name like Bob.

Annmarie Weeks said...

My niece would absolutely adore this! I hope she would name her fairy Siobhan!

Danielle said...

Probably Tinkerbell or one of the Disney fairy names like that

Johanna England said...

This is too cute! My 7 year old, Luna, comes up with some pretty creative names. Maybe something like Petunia Petalpuff. :)

Meghan Berdelle said...

Hmmm, maybe Little Fairy

Dawn Monroe said...

For some reason my granddaughter names everything Joe.:)

Karen Propes said...

My Granddaughter would name her something like Lucky Twinkle Star.

Brittany Chadwick said...

I'm not sure what my niece would name it, she has a huge imagination, can't ever tell what's going to be imagined next

Donna said...

My niece would probably name the fairy Belle or something like that.

Stephanie O'Day said...

Not sure but I would probably lean towards Pixie!

lilyk said...

probably Pixie or Sprite