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The Irish Fairy Door Company: Pink Fairy Door and Worry Plaque review

We were sent a box from The Irish Fairy Door Company with a surprise for Matthew and Anya inside (and Zach when he is old enough!). Please watch our unboxing video and review.
Anya received a fairy in door in pink and Matthew was given a worry plaque. There was also a car air freshener which Anya commandeered for their bedroom!

The pink fairy door box contained a welcome guide, a lease agreement, a magic key, a note pad, some stepping stones and of course a beautiful pink door complete with flower detail.
We read the Fairy Welcome Guide together and then chose a name for Anya’s fairy: she chose Rosie. We set the fairy door up in the spare room so that Zach and Ollie the Collie wouldn’t disturb the fairy. Anya wrote a little note to welcome Rosie and placed it next to the key.
We went downstairs to register our fairy on The Irish Fairy Door Company website as instructed in the guide/on the box. Now we will receive updates with fairy stories and activities to keep the magic alive.

Just 2 hours later we had our fairy, she couldn’t wait to join us! The key and note had gone…
It was really sweet: my mum came over and Anya ran upstairs to show her the set up and I’d already been in so my mum got to share the ‘magic’. Anya was full of excitement to tell Matthew about it when he got home from school and they spent ages finding toys and books to put near the door for Rosie.
The following day I opened the worry plaque with Matthew.
I had sneaked batteries in the day before so we were ready for the magic to begin. Please watch the video of us trying it for the first time



The car air freshener was a lovely surprise. We have attached it to the children’s bunk bed and they love it! The smell is beautiful, fruity berries. My mum visited and could smell it straight away and complimented me on my fresh smelling house!
The Irish Fairy Door Company has really given careful consideration to the wonder of childhood and these would make a really thoughtful gift for a child. The pink fairy door is available for £20 and comes in a variety of colours: you can even paint your own!. The worry plaque sells at £29.99. They work really well together as the fairy door sets up the worry plaque to be successful.

We received these items free for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.


  1. Sarah ~

    Awww, I LOVE this! Such a sweet, lovely idea. I really would like to make a fairy garden, I’ll bear this company in mind when it comes to buying a fairy door! Thank you for sharing. xx #KCACOLS

  2. I love the idea of fairy doors and it’s so wonderful to have something that creates a little magic! Also the fact that you get to keep it going with online activities is brill.

  3. Ooh love both of these products! I can’t wait to do the fairy door when my two are a little older and love the idea of the worry plaque. Thanks for linking up to #MarvMondays. Kaye xo

  4. Fi Ni Neachtain

    We have the exact same door but in read and it’s such a sweet thing. The worry plaque is a great thing for kids.

  5. They both look great! I particularly love the worry plaque as some kids are unable to get their worries out (my son has Asperger’s and can’t vocalise his fears and concerns), but something like this would certain help him!

  6. Eps

    We have the fairy door as well so sweet shame we didn’t ask for the other one so that my boy could have one of each to open lol my kids got excited with the fairy door. #triedtested

  7. Emma

    I love the fairy door idea! I’ve heard of them before and think they’re such a sweet way to spark a child’s imagination! I do believe in fairies!!!

  8. Ooh, I’m so glad I saw this review as I’ve been looking for a fairy door to use when we make our fairy garden next week. The Irish Fairy Door Company sound just perfect 🙂

    Louise x

  9. These are really cute – I love that worry plaque and think it would be really useful for slightly older children. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday

  10. I love the idea of these, I think when Ben gets older it will be something I’d want to do. It helps explain certain magical things that occur in the house whilst the kids are asleep! So glad your kids loved these!
    Thanks for coming back to #TriumphantTales. I hope to see you back next week!

  11. Oh I have one of these too – I really need to set it up for the little one! They look great, I can’t wait to have a bit of magic in the house! Thanks for linking up to #TriumphantTales – please do come back next week!

  12. Fairy doors are such a lovely idea, I’ve seen lots of other bloggers and friends use and recommend them. But I’ve never come across worry plaques before so this was a really interesting and new concept for me. Really interesting, great post, thanks for sharing it on #MarvMondays. Emily

  13. Nige

    These are are fab our girls have had them and love them great review Thanks for linking to the #THAT FRIDAY LINKY come back next week please

  14. Really good review. I especially like the idea of the worry plaque. This is something that can be so beneficial to certain children who may be going through a phase of being overly concerned with things. A great outlet that it is easy to set up.
    Thanks for joining in with the special easter linky #mainyloveseaster I’ve pinned and shared your video too x

  15. Aww this is so lovely and I can see how the two things complement each other perfectly. It was lovely to see his big smile after his worry was taken away. I hope it worked for you too lovely. Good luck to you both as he goes up to junior school. Thanks for sharing with #DreamTeam x

  16. Wow, I love these so much! I used to make things for fairies in my room when I was a child. In fact, I was fairy obsessed so these really appeal to me!
    I’m looking forward to doing this with my little one when she’s bigger 🙂 #ThatFridayLinky

  17. I’ve seen these fairy doors on Instagram, they’re so beautiful. I’d love a worry plaque, my daughter is really conscientious and it makes her overly anxious, I think she’d benefit from one of these.

    #RVHT Thanks for joining, it’ll be back next week!

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