- Moonstone Treasure Hunt
If you've seen Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure, you know all about moonstones! I tied some blue floral glass rocks (the kind you use in vases) into some tulle and hid them in the yard. The girls had a blast searching for their moonstones!
- Tinker Bell Treasure Box
Now that we found our moonstones, we needed a treasure box to place them in. At Pat Catan's I found paper mache boxes with lids. Each girl got to select a box and paint it; of course we also had glitter paint to make it sparkle like Pixie Dust!
- Fawn Egg Race
If you know Pixie Hollow, you know that Fawn is an animal fairy! The girls had to race with eggs and bring them back safe to Fawn without breaking them! We did have a few casualties - good thing we played this one outside.
- Fairy Berries
A lovely mixture of raspberries, blackberries and blueberries in a baking cup - the perfect size of kids!
- Cheese's Cheese
Mixture of cubed cheese (who doesn't love cheese?!)
- Fairy Mary Muffins
Miniature blueberry muffins - again the perfect size for kids.
- Fairy Wands
Pretzel rods with marshmallows rolled in sprinkles. I thought these would be a big hit with the kids, but they either ate the marshmallows off the pretzel, or just ate the pretzel and left the marshmallow!
- Neverberry Punch
Delicious punch made with lemonade and a splash of cranberry juice. I also sliced up some strawberries to place in the punch for decoration.
- Fairie's Welcome sign
Of course you cant' have a fairy party without letting them know they are welcome in a human house (I forgot to take a picture of mine)! Madailein also made a special sign for the fairies!
- Tea Pots and Pixie Dust
Since Tinker Bell lives in a tea pot, I couldn't resist doing some arrangements in them! The Pixie Dust not only served as a décor, but a party favor as well. Each girl got to bring home two jars of Pixie Dust.