GIVEAWAY! FAIRY HOUSE: A Color, Punch Out and Play Set


Enter to win a boxed set of the new FAIRY HOUSE: A Color, Punch Out and Play Set from Pomegranate Kids!

Some scrumptious coloring done by the staff at Pomegranate Kids!

Want to win? Here’s how:
Just Leave a comment below to be entered to win a drawing for a play set! That’s it!
The drawing will be held on October 11, 2018, and one winner will be chosen by a computerized random number generator. All you have to do is leave a comment here to be entered to win:

Not sure what kind of comment to leave? Tell me something about what you like about coloring, fairies, fairy gardens: I want to know! Tell me if you think Arthur Conan Doyle really saw fairies in his garden years ago, or was it all a hoax? Tell me if you think fairies are very tiny, or huge? Or can they change their size because they are magical? Have you ever seen a fairy ring of mushrooms or flowers?

This set contains two fairies! Here’s a fairy in her little house, waiting to be colored.

This boxed set also contains 7 card stock pages of colorable fairies and their furry or feathered friends, as well as furniture, household accessories and outdoor plants.

The set also contains a folding play stage set with three 16 x 12 inch fairy house scenes to color

With FAIRY HOUSE: A Color, Punch Out and Play Set, you can create a whimsical fairy abode with cozy chairs, a dining set, a china cabinet, an acorn tea set, a bed with a leafy coverlet and more. The fairies can decorate their own home, play with woodland friends, make music, and dance in the forest.

In addition to all of the above, there is a 4 page information booklet with instructions, a history of fairies, and some tips for detecting the presence of fairies.

If you can’t wait to see if you will win, Fairy House: A Color, Punch Out and Play Set can be purchased from Pomegranate Publishing. You can also purchase the set from The Boston Ballet Shop, from Booktopia in Australia, from Heureka, and also Walmart!


GIVEAWAY! FAIRY HOUSE: A Color, Punch Out and Play Set — 21 Comments

  1. I have purchased other of your kits for my nieces and they have loved them! I will make them part of my gifts in the future because of their creative, whimsical and high quality nature.

  2. I am super excited about this cute kit! And i have a new colleague with a little girl who loves this kind of thing so i’m commenting and entering. Hope you are well! I miss your face.

  3. I grow cowslip primroses in my garden because I’m told fairies hide keys to their houses in the blossoms!

  4. I’m happy to know that children are still interested in creative toys. I am going to our museum in Albuquerque to see if they have your “Museum Visit” play set. What an imaginative idea!

  5. This is so sweet!
    For me fairies are tiny, but they are magic so they’ll probably be able to change size! They represent playfulness and fun to me, althoughI know they can be naughty too. Oh, this reminds me that I have a book about fairies and their cousins from all over the world. I’m off looking for it now…..

  6. Margaret, Yeats reports that well into the late 19th century much of the Irish peasantry, mainly in the gaelic-speaking west, still believed in fairies, leprechauns and other supernatural beings. My great-grandparents were from Cork and Galway. Perhaps they did too. –Bill

    • Cool. When I was researching the fairy set, I found that there are still pockets of citizenry there who believe strongly in fairies: good ones and bad ones.

  7. That is so adorable and I have three granddaughters who would love it!!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win too.

    • Pamela! You won! Congratulations! Send me your “snail mail” address and I will put your copy of Fairy House in the mail ASAP. Thanks for entering, and I hope you and your grandkids have a great time playing with it. 🙂

  8. This kit is so cute and my granddaughter and her 6 yr old would love it too. Great grandie just had her birthday yesterday.