If you need some ideas on what the fairies can leave outside your child’s fairy door, then our FREE list of ‘100 Easy Treat Ideas from the Fairies’, can help.
One of the most exciting things for a child is when a fairy visits through their fairy door. The look in their eye when they wake to find that a fairy has visited is priceless – just a tiny letter in the mailbox or a little treat on the doorstep brings the biggest smiles!
The reason a fairy door is such an amazing and beautiful gift for a child is because of the sense of wonder and magic it brings. A tiny door that opens to a world of make believe where a secret fairy can visit through, is irresistible to a child. And for parents, grandparents, friends etc, it is an amazing way to engage, encourage positive behaviour and inspire creative play.
A Fairy Door is not just a pretty decorative item but it can inspire a child’s imagination and trigger many a fairy story and make-believe adventure, especially when a parent gets involved and is able to do small gestures that keep the magic alive. Such as leaving secret fairy notes and tiny treats occasionally.
However, thinking of little, inexpensive and easy ideas for what those treats could be, can be challenging.
So we have put together a FREE downloadable list of ideas called ‘100 Easy Treat Ideas from the Fairies’
This list has been HUGELY POPULAR over the years, so we thought to share it on our Fairy Blog.
Click the link below to Download it, print on white A4 paper and keep it handy so you can refer to it when a treat from the fairies is needed.
Fairies don’t always leave treats, most of the time they come and go secretly.
Read our post on “8 Ways to Know a Fairy Has Visited You” for other ideas. However, sometimes they like to leave a little note to encourage, read our post on “How to Write Fairy Letters”. Or sometimes they like to leave a small treat to surprise, encourage or reward positive behaviour, like when a child sleeps in their own bed, has given up a dummy, completed their homework without being asked, has shown nice manners, cleaned their room or has been helpful or kind.
PS… you are welcome to share this BUT all we ask is you give us the courtesy of including our name “Opening Fairy Doors” as the author please
For lots of other ideas on how to use a fairy door, you might like to read our previous posts:
- How to Introduce a Fairy Door
- How to Encourage with a Fairy Door
- How to Choose a Fairy Name
- How to Make a Fairy Feel Welcome
- How to Make a Fairy Door Display Box
- How to Create a Birthday Theme for your Fairy Door
- Reward Chart
- Dummy Fairy
- Sleep Fairy
- DIY Paper Fairy House
- DIY Mini Fairy Purse
- 3D Fairy Tree
- Monsters Under the Bed
- Tooth Fairy Ideas
- How to Write Fairy Letters
- Free Fairy Encouragement Cards
- Free Fairy Encouragement Certificates
- 3 Magical Ways to Tell your Child you Love Them