My Fairy Garden Fairy Picnic Basket – Review

There has always been mystery and magic associated with fairies and I remember being fascinated when I was a little girl. Now I have a little girl, who is equally as curious as I was and loves all things fairies. Amelie has a dream catcher fairy who is hanging above her bed, we talk to her every night before sleepy byes, so I knew she would love the gorgeous My Fairy Garden Fairy Picnic Basket.

When we received the Fairy Picnic Basket both Amelie and Charlie were jumping around eager to open it. The first thing you notice is of course the beautiful fairy called Blossom and her bunny friend, Charlie renamed Blossom he wanted to call her Apple and her rabbit, Lucy. We got stuck into opening the package to reveal, the picnic basket, a cake stand, two plates, two cups, a teapot, two carrot cupcakes and picnic blanket.

The attention to detail is noticeable and the basket doesn’t feel flimsy in any way, it is certainly made for playing with. I’m afraid Charlie took over reviewing this toy, just showing that fairies are not just for little girls to play with. So far, the picnic basket and all of the contents have been to Fairy Ville, sailed on a pirate ship, been in the back of a truck and had some extra guests attend their picnic. It is lovely to see how different Charlie and Amelie played with the basket, both had so much fun.

The age range is 4+ however, I think Amelie would have liked this just as much when she was 3 (the age Charlie is) as it is great for role play. The picnic basket is priced at £12.99 which is really reasonable, with Easter just around the corner I think this would be the perfect gift which can be purchased from the Interplay website.

This picnic basket has been played with a lot already, it is one of those toys that can be kept for years (if looked after), you can also add to your collection as My Fairy Garden stock an advanced selection of beautiful fairy gardens and accessories.


Disclaimer: We were sent the Fairy Picnic Basket in exchange for an honest review, as always all words and opinions are my own.


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