For fellow Aussies like myself who are isolated at home at the moment, here’s another magical fairy door idea for your children to enjoy, a Fairy movie Night.
We may not be able to be out and about but there’s no reason we can’t bring ‘out and about activities’ home. As we’ve mentioned before, the magic of a fairy door is in creating everyday activities outside it. Whatever you enjoy doing, whatever routines are in your home, you can also create outside their fairy door.
And this week we’ve created a Fairy Movie Night outside our fairy door because even fairies love a good movie!
I love watching a good movie with my family, in fact, when our children were growing up, a movie night was one of our favourite family traditions.
We’d all agree on a movie, get into our PJ’s, I’d pop some popcorn and then lights out … cue the movie! And sometimes we would even stretch out a big blanket on the floor, throw a bunch of cushions around and watch it together on the floor!
So mum & I have replicated the tiniest movie theatre, complete with the cutest print-outs, so you can also host a fun movie night for your fairy friends.
How to create your own Fairy Movie Night
- Cut out Templates
- Use Rice Bubbles for Fairy Popcorn
- Make a Fairy Movie Screen
To enable our fairy movie screen to stand upright, we have used 2 bendable plastic drinking straws (available from supermarkets)
Bend the straws and stick one each side of the back of the movie screen. Cut the tops off the straws. The screen can then stand up on the bendy part of the straws.
- Make Fairy 3D Glasses
- Set up your Fairy movie Night Setting
Creating fun themes outside your fairy door can be easily inspired by everyday activities. Whatever you do, fairies would probably do to….