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Find a Bit of Magic with The Irish Fairy Door Company! #Review #Giveaway ~ CAN 09/12

| August 11, 2016 | 76 Comments

Fairies have captivated the imaginations of my kids for a few years now and they love watching and drawing them. They want to know what makes them fairies, how they get their magic and what it is like to be a fairy. The Irish Fairy Door Company wants to make these inquiries a bit easier to obtain by creating fairy doors for these magical creatures to enter the human world! These products are recommended for children 3+ years old.

 

Ottawa Mommy Club Irish Fairy Door Company Feature Photo

 

The Irish Fairy Door Company was created two years ago to bring Fairy magic from Fairy Valley to children’s homes. Globally, The Irish Fairy Door Company has helped over 500, 000 fairies move into human homes, as well as classroom, gardens, and woods. There are six different door colours to choose from for fairies to us to enter and leave the human world through.

Here are the items my family received to get ready for our new addition:

  • A fairy door
  • A fairy clothesline with clothes on it

Ottawa Mommy Club Irish Fairy Door Company Pieces Collage Photo

My kids were so excited to find out that we were going to have a fairy come into our home. They could hardly wait to open up the packages to set up our door for our fairy to enter our home. They had fun choosing a name for our fairy (we came up with Sammie), registering our fairy’s name and signing our Family/Fairy Lease Agreement (NOTE:  online activities should be done with a parent present). Why is there a lease agreement? Well, fairies can be a bit mischievous. They have to agree to live up to the rules that Queen Kate and the National Fairy Council created to make sure they do not cause trouble.

 

Ottawa Mommy Club Register Lease Collage Photo

 

We set up our fairy door and clothesline in our children’s room. They could not wait for Sammie to visit our home and be a part of our family.

 

Ottawa Mommy Club Irish Fairy Door Company Set Up Photo

 

The next morning, they found a surprise: Sammie had come! How do we know this? The key that magically opens the fairy door was found empty and Sammie has signed the lease agreement. They were so happy that they had a new friend! They even left presents for Sammie to shrink and add to her fairy home on the other side of her door.

 

Ottawa Mommy Club Irish Fairy Door Company Gifts Collage Photo

The website for The Irish Fairy Door Company has so many other tidbits for parent and children to see and learn about the whimsical world of fairies. Families are able to

  • Shop for accessories to make their fairy feel more like home in our world
  • Read Magical Matters where they can learn more about the Fairy World and get messages from Queen Kates and the National Fairy Council
  • Fairy FAQs for those fairy questions you are curious about finding the answered
  • Fairy Stories from Fairy World
  • Fairy Facts
  • Fairy Trails (where families can go on paths of different fairy doors to find out which fairies lived behind which doors).

Our children really loved the magic and wonder The Irish Fairy Door Company brought to our home. They get to have a new friend to play with, they can find out more about this wondrous world through the website and they can move the door around so the fairy can explore our home and make it feel more at home with us. These items created a fantastic experience that will make many memories for years to come!

For more information about The Irish Fairy Door Company, you can connect with them on their website as well as on their Facebook and Twitter pages!

Disclaimer: I received products from The Irish Fairy Door Company in order to write this review. The views I shared are my own.

A Magical Giveaway with The Irish Fairy Door Company!

 

Ottawa Mommy Club Irish Fairy Door Company Feature Photo

 

The Irish Fairy Door Company would like for one (1) lucky Ottawa Mommy Club follower to be able to bring a bit of magic into the lives of their little ones by giving away one (1) of their Fairy Doors!

The ARV of this prize package is $40!

This giveaway is open to Canadian residents and ends at 11:59 EDT on September 12th, 2016.

Good luck!

Rules: Open to Canadian residents 18 +. You have 48 hours to reply by email once you are notified as the winner. If you don’t, we will draw another entry. Prize is non-transferable. No substitution or cash equivalent of prizes is permitted. The selected winner must correctly answer a mathematical question in order to win the prize mentioned above. The Ottawa Mommy Club is not responsible for prize fulfillment and for the delivery/shipment of the prize(s) mentioned above. For our complete set of rules, please click here.

 

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About the Author ()

My name is Lian Wright. Born in Toronto, I came to Ottawa as a student to study Political Science at Carleton University, and came away with an Honours Degree, and decided to stay. I'm a huge sports fan, have a love of reading, and like experiencing new things whenever I can. I am now a mother of three children (11, 1 and 7 months old) and am kept constantly on my toes. My blog, Pieces of Me, is my way of sharing what I have enjoyed and encountered in my life so far as a mother. So far, being a mom has had it's expected ups and downs, but that's what makes being a parent so fulfilling for me. I've loved and learned from what's happened so far, and I can't wait to see what's in store for me next. I hope you enjoy the journey with me! Author's website.

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  1. Kate says:

    What a great way for kids to use their imagination!

  2. Donna T says:

    I would name mine after my grandduaghter Aeris

  3. Debbie P says:

    Our fairy would be named Lucy.

  4. Erin Graham says:

    If I won the prize, my kids would name the fairy Rainbow.

  5. Lee-Ann S says:

    Miss R says we’d call it Unicorn Gateway.

  6. Kim K says:

    My fairies name would be Terra Wildbee

  7. kristen visser says:

    If we won the name of our fairy would be Ella Fiona

  8. wobbles13 says:

    i dont know what my daughter will name it, probably something fancy like “timmerlila”

  9. Judy Cowan says:

    I think our fairy would be named Angelica

  10. jan says:

    The name of my fairy would be Beatrix

  11. Dianne G. says:

    Our fairy would be called Fiona Fairy.

  12. Tammy Bell says:

    I asked my daughter and she would name her Fairy Angela. These are so cute!!

  13. Lynda Cook says:

    I would name my fairy Princess Elfina!!

  14. Dana Miller says:

    If I won for my daughter, our fairy’s name would be Prankie. She will have a great sense of humour!

  15. Julie bolduc says:

    My fairy’s name would be buttercup

  16. Silvia D says:

    mine would be Sapphire

  17. Joni W says:

    I would get my nieces to pick a name for my fairy if I won. I’m sure they’ll say Tinkerbell.

  18. Amy C says:

    My fairies name would be Arial

  19. KellyPC says:

    ButterCup! for sure!

  20. lisa bolduc says:

    my little kids would name it sarah. she names everything sarah

  21. l p says:

    fairy name: Laila. thanks

  22. loriag says:

    Ciera would be my fairy.

  23. Wanda Tracey says:

    If I had a fairy living at our house Her nae would be “Lilith”.Thank you
    so much for this really super cute and overload of adorableness.

  24. sarah alexis says:

    I think a good Fairy name would be The Self Esteem Fairy. 🙂

  25. Linda G says:

    Fairy Princess would be Maggie

  26. Andrea Amy says:

    My son would probably name our fairy something like Hazel or Lavender (Little Charmers characters)

  27. missbobloblaw says:

    We would name our fairy Princess Pea!

  28. SweetPanda says:

    I would name my fairy Tabitha

  29. The girls would love this!!! Mine would be Fred the Fairy lol…I dont think the girls would like mine though lol.

  30. Catherine L. says:

    I would name my fairy Amber Lee.

  31. Fan R says:

    The name of our fairy would be Lera.

  32. Sandy H says:

    I like the name Annabelle.

  33. Carrie G says:

    ADORABLE! LOVE THIS! The fairy’s name would be Freedom

  34. krysta says:

    My fairy’s name would be “Niamh”

  35. Stacie H says:

    If I won, our fairy would be named Pheobe.

  36. Cindy Peterson says:

    I would name my fairy Nixie. She would be a bright little sprite.

  37. Debra Hall says:

    i would leave that up to my granddaughter

  38. Carey Hurst says:

    We would call her Pixie Magick

  39. dawn walsh says:

    i think what ever my granddaughter wants to name it but i like Tink

  40. Sarah Stickney says:

    We would name it Sparkle.

  41. Amber Y says:

    These kits are adorable and we would name our fairy Tulie.

  42. Holly MacRitchie says:

    If I won, my daughter would name her fairy Sparkles

  43. Sherry says:

    If I won I think my daughter (going to be two in a few weeks!!) would name her fairy Bubbles until she got a little older and learned more words! LOL Bubbles is so far her best word, haha

  44. lori butler says:

    i would name my fairy lily

  45. Karine says:

    I have no doubt my niece will be able to come up with something quick! I personally have no idea!

  46. Margaret H says:

    We are Irish so we believe in Fairy’s We would call ours Lucky what else?

  47. Aarone Mawdsley says:

    Grisablella Desedemona would be my fairy name

  48. jennifer lucas says:

    the name would be “Tarabell”

  49. Michelle Coles says:

    Our fairy name would be Miranda!

  50. Grieta A says:

    I would leave it to my daughter to decide:) Would be curious to see what she would come up with:)

  51. Lauren says:

    We would name our fairy Pixie!

  52. Cathy says:

    Our fairy would be called Amber.

  53. Valerie Gibson says:

    My fairy’s name would be Lily.

  54. Elena says:

    My daughter says Jewel would be her name.

  55. Alanna says:

    Mydaughter and I would add it to our fabulous fairy garden.

  56. Julie-Lynne McCann says:

    I would name my fairy – Audrey

  57. Victoria K says:

    I think our fairy will be names Carol.

  58. Barb W says:

    Twinkle

  59. Connie Bocsik says:

    We would name the fairy Pixie

  60. Erinn Lishman says:

    I would bet my three girls would want to name her something along the lines of “Tink” or “Rapunzel”! They love every Disney character so it’s a good bet!

  61. Stacy Johnston says:

    My kids would love this!!
    I’m pretty sure my daughter would name her Tink, I am a Tinkerbell fan and our cat used to be Tink

  62. Sara Muzzatti says:

    Spotsworth

  63. Wanda Tracey says:

    My fairy’s name would be Lilith!! 🙂

  64. Carey Hurst says:

    We would name her Pixie Magick . Thank you .

  65. Caryn Coates says:

    My little girl says Chloe just like her name

  66. I’m not sure, I would let my niece name it

  67. Teri Valentik says:

    My 4 year old son said, when asked, that we would name the fairy BooToo. His cat is Boo…and his fairy would be a BOY fairy, he says…

  68. Barb W says:

    I would name it Twinkles.

  69. Bonnie W says:

    My 5 year old granddaughter just became interested in fairy gardens. She has picked the name Olivia.

  70. Heather Swanson says:

    Flowerpetal

  71. Daryl Walsh says:

    I do not know what I would name the fairy. I would let my niece do the naming.

  72. Cheryl says:

    We would name her sparkle

  73. I would name my fair Phoebe

  74. Laurie P says:

    My kiddo would probably use the name Emily as this name is always in use with her dolls and pretend play!

  75. Carrie says:

    Our fairy would probably be named “Starlight”

  76. Nikki Haig says:

    Our fairy would be called Fiona!

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