My Fairy Unicorn Garden

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We may live in a flat however one of the things we try and do is bring nature indoors with plants, flowers and growing our own herbs. 

It's also something that we want Blake to be more included in so when Interplay got in touch about trying out their My Fairy Unicorn Garden I jumped at the chance. 

With the My Fairy Garden range, children can imagine, create, nurture and grow their own fairy garden. My Fairy Garden is a collectable range that encourages interaction with nature through play. The kits offer children a delightful experience of imaginative open-ended play whilst discovering the magic of growing real plants.






On opening the box we found the instruction guide where we found out the fairy is Belle and her unicorn friend is called Sky. Along with their mouse companion they are off to unicorn garden so she can make a special wish. 

The kit contains:
- unicorn garden bowl 
- unicorn figure
- fairy figure
- mouse figure
- wishing well with acorn bucket
- Arbour
- fairy mushroom
- posts with cord and burning
- Grass seeds
- Multicolour gravel
- fairy dust 
-fairy flowers

All you need to add is soil or compost which isn't included.

The instructions are pretty simple and it shows how to assemble the Arrbour, wishing well and the bunting.




My job was to do all the fidderly bits such as the bunting which is just folding stickers around a string and tieing the knots. Blake enjoyed sprinkling the gravel and placing the figures in the garden. He wasn't too sure about the soil as he sometines has a thing about getting dirty but other than that it was a fun activity for us to both do together. Now I've just got to decide where we will be putting the fairy garden. Son where out of reach spring's to mind.

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