After many days of carefully creating fairy habitats, it was time for the big night!
In honor of the event, The Princess even read a special fairy book.
Normally, we assemble the fair village outside but sadly this year the wind did NOT cooperate and were forced to set up inside in the dining room.
Cinco’s clay fairy huts lined a path leading to the golden castle and several small boxes painted with metallic colors were also displayed.
The castle also had many lovely embellishments including feathers and the famous golden fairy wings! A small bottle of fairy beads was also laid out for the visitors.
Additionally, my attempt at a milk jug fairy home was also included off to the side.
Fairy Forest Cafe (FFC as Cinco called it) had several tables and chairs set out in front of it and included a Fairy Forest Cafe sign (not pictured).
And, many lovely dishes of fairy food were set out as well. I was particularly fond of the mini-cinnamon rolls and tiny bread.
When we awoke in the morning, The Captain reported that both the front and back doors were flung open. NO JOKE! Whether it was the fairies or the wind who can say?
In true fairy style, they left a note, presents and of course fairy dust.
Both children were gifted magical glowing necklaces.
And, Cinco received a mini hot-wheels set (how perfect), as well as puzzle from the mischievous Puck. They also left behind a few wolves to inhabit the dog house that Cinco made.
The Princess was given a cute fairy wand and a paint your own fairy statue. I was forgotten yet again by the fairies. But then, I suppose those over 21 don’t get magical prizes.