A little bit of magic goes a long way. You know we’re fairy fans in our house, we have a mini fairy garden outside our front door, and a fairy toadstool patch in the garden. The tooth fairy has been really busy recently, my little girl has lost 3 in a row very quickly! She looked great for Halloween as she was a realistic looking vampire with fangs!
If you’re looking to inject a little bit of magic into your home this Christmas and like me, you don’t like the idea of elf on the bloody shelf, this is a great alternative. What I’ve done is place the elf fairy door in a slightly hidden place, up on the window sill in the family room, tucked behind the curtain.
What you get in your Flitterbee Elf door Kit
Inside the pretty red box, nestled in tissue paper and protected just for you, is a festive sparkly door with gold embellishments and a Christmas wreath. It looks very much like my front door! There is also a little golden key that I predict will be lost within the week (optimistic), and a little pot of silver glitter. A scroll with a sweet message about the elf door completes the package. There are four sticky pads to attach your door to wherever the fairies choose to land.
It’s one of those packages that will really brighten your day and brings out your inner child, I know the children are going to be super excited when they discover it later on today!
You can get your own elf Christmas door by Flitterbee by visiting their shop here or from Amazon. They’re selling for £19.95, which might be a bit steep for some, but it’s handmade and good quality. The door actually opens to reveal Santa working away in his workshop, although the little key doesn’t actually fit in the lock, you can pretend it does.
Disclosure: we were gifted the elf door in return for our honest review.
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