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10 year old A is our super creative and crafty kiddo and she is a fan of all things fairy-related, so she was over the moon to get to review Treehouse Fairies!
About Treehouse Fairies:
Each fairy has a unique gift of service that he or she brings to the kingdom. Merrywood is a fun and happy place for a fairy to live! The only worry the fairies have is losing their homes. For these tiny creatures, a house is so much more than a place to live. It is a Safeplace! Without a place to call 'home', a fairy is in grave danger. If a house is lost or destroyed, the fairy MUST find a new one before the next moon rises or be lost forever!
With each Treehouse of Fairies of Merrywood storybook, you get a basic fairy house to decorate. Fairies love pretty things, and the more you decorate your house, the happier a wandering fairy will be!
I loved the fantastic packaging! You can tell a lot of time and effort was put into designing a package that would add to the excitement of receiving your Treehouse Fairies kit.
The base fairy house is ready for your imagination and creativity to make it a fabulous fairy home! It has an operable door with leather hinges, three windows and an open back for access. It has a natural brown rope for hanging or carrying.
Treehouse Fairies is a delightful experience from the beginning. It's so much fun to read the book and then decorate the fairy house with your own stylistic approach. Really a lovely idea for the creative kiddos in your life.
A had a blast creating her special fairy hideout and she loves to continue to add things to make her fairy more comfortable. So much FUN!
Treehouse Fairies would make a great gift idea this holiday season!
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