Wednesday, 9 March 2016

My Fairy Garden Giveaway

my fairy garden

My Fairy Garden has been refreshed for 2016 (watch out for the advert hitting TV screens this week) and it gives your children a chance to create a magical oasis. Included in this wonderful craft box is a 12 page activity guide which helps you learn just how to construct your gorgeously enchanting miniature cottage and pretty garden. The kit includes everything you might need to make your fairy feel right at home.

This clever piece of kit allows your childrens imaginations to come alive and the good thing is it's ideal for this time of year as it is something you can be doing indoors away from all of the wind and the rain!  You can check out a full review over on ET Speaks From Home but in the mean time why not enter the giveaway below to try and win one for your child.
Open to UK residents only all you need to do is fill in the rafflecopter form below, making sure to enter correctly as all entries will be checked and verified. Please be aware email addresses will be added to the Interplay newsletter mailing list, please message me if you want to opt out from this. The giveaway will close at 11.59pm on the 27th March 2016. 
Good luck everyone.
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72 comments:

  1. decorative stones

    ashleigh

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  2. Painted pebbles, collected shells and whatever else Livvy wanted to add.

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  3. pretty things like pebbles and shells

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  4. zoe somerfield9 March 2016 at 10:43

    I'm not sure as I would leave it up to my niece Jodie to decide

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  5. Pretty sparkly stones and a toadstool

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  6. Multi coloured stones the ones you put in the bottom of a fish tank would look good

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  7. A nicely scented plant with pink flowers.

    Rachel Craig

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  8. some little gemstones and crystals x

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  9. some little coloured stones and shells, the rest would be down to my 2 girls, I would let them do most of it.

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  10. Things collected from our walks at the seashore and along the river. I would give my granddaughter cuttings from succulents to plant.

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  11. Some little hedgehog ornaments (@PeanutHog)

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  12. Think a toadstool, for the fairy to sit upon

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  13. some things we collect from our travels xx

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  14. some little people who would go on an adventure

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  15. I think my daughter would want to put some toy cars and Play Doh in it.

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  16. I'd have lots of little shells in there, and some glitter :)

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  17. I would put some pretty glittery shells and stones, some fairies and toadstools. Used to make things like this at school , great fun to do .

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  18. Shells, pebbles, and probably my daughters fairy figures x

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  19. Claire Elizabeth Noke13 March 2016 at 17:52

    we have a lovely collection of shells from the beach, I think i'd incorporate those somehow.

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  20. Tiny shells collected from the beach

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  21. Some pebbles that my kids have painted and some sparkling diamant├ęs

    Kirsty Fox

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  22. I would put a little wishing well

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  23. Some hedgehogs and mice (not real ones) and a house for them to live in

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  24. Tiny flowers, dolls house chairs and lots of glitter!

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  25. I think some pretty flowers or maybe a toadstool

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  26. A toadstool and some pretty stones

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  27. The children gather all sorts of odd things such as tiny shells, toys and charms so I would put some of them in the garden.

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  28. snowdrops and bluebells

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  29. Lynsey Buchanan25 March 2016 at 00:22

    Pretty Flowers and colourful stones

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  30. Flowers, shells and painted stones!

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  31. I would put some tiny seashells collected from the local beach and use these as an edging around the bowl.

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  32. Some pretty stones that my daughter has collected.

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  33. A little barbecue - a fairy has to eat you know!

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  34. Tiny footprints in the grass and weeny toadstools

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  35. My daughter just said she would but some of her Littlest Pet Shop characters in it to live with the fairies :)

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  36. Toadstools and little woodland animals.

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  37. A small fairy and a nice little cottage. Maybe a tiny dog/cat and some washing (a bit like our house). :D

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  38. I would put daisies, daffodils, chairs, a table and a tea set in my garden.

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