The most delightful way to introduce a Fairy Door for Christmas ...
Enjoy our little movie above. Then, read on to learn about the most magical way to introduce a Fairy Door for Christmas and where to find our printable signs...
An adorable Christmas tradition
As a lover of all things magical, I find myself often stumbling across the most wonderful traditions from all around the globe.
And when I discovered the Danish Nisse, I also had the unexpected joy of uncovering the most delightful way to introduce a Fairy Door for Christmas.
A perfect way to build excitement
Now, a Nisse (Danish) or Tomte (Swedish), is a little house spirit. Over the centuries, his role has evolved, and these days you might find him visiting your home to deliver gifts at Christmas.
But unlike Santa Claus, a Nisse / Tomte much prefers a door to a chimney. And so around the end of November, families might find that in a tiny corner of their home, a little renovation starts to take place.
Can you imagine the excitement when your child spots the building site?
How enchanting! Can't you just imagine the joyful anticipation when your little one spots the building work!
I tried this on my own little girl this week to introduce a different Fairy Door for Christmas. Even at 12 years old, she was absolutely mesmerised.
What better way to introduce a Fairy Door for Christmas!
And the best of it was, it was so simple to achieve!
I just used some red and white striped washi tape, my Fairy door accessories, and the printable Fairy Door signs that come with our Fairy Toolbox!
And here are the accessories I used ...
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