Friday, 30 March 2018

My Fairy Garden Easter Basket Giveaway

My Fairy Garden might seem an unusual product for my boys and I to promote, but pretty much all children love miniature gardening. Indoors or outside, it's an excellent way to celebrate the arrival of Spring at last!

Getting closer to nature through plants teaches children about life cycles and gives them a better understanding of where a lot of their food comes from. It helps them learn about taking care for living things and loads of other skills that will be useful forever. Growing plants is science!


This Easter My Fairy Garden had the idea to create a beautiful Easter Basket and one of my readers can win all the sets they need to fill one for themselves. The prize includes a Fairy Picnic Basket, Fairy Watering Can, Fairy Flower Pot and Magic Bean Pot (basket, cellophane, ribbon, flowers and chicks not included in prize)...


Fairy Picnic Basket - £12.99
My Fairy Garden - Fairy Picnic Basket comes with everything Fairy Blossom and her bunny friend need to enjoy a lovely picnic indoors or out in the garden!

Fairy Watering Can - £12.99rrp
This beautifully designed playset combines a functioning watering can and a fairy house in one.
Fairy Fenn loves to water plants whilst playing on her swing. She also has tools to help tend the garden and after a hard day’s work she can sit on the bench in her home and watch the flowers grow.

Fairy Flower Pot - £9.99rrp
Create a magical home for Fairy Blossom in a beautiful flowerpot
Follow the activity guide to create a magical living fairy garden with the seeds provided. Get closer to nature and see how your Fairy Flowerpot flourishes into a wonderful creation.
Fairy Flowerpot is an enchanting fairy home that combines imaginative play with the fun of growing flowers. Can be used indoors or outdoors.

Magic Bean Pot - £7.99rrp
It’s fun and easy to grow with the help of Fairy Hope and her robin friend.
Sow your magic bean in the pot, then watch nature do its magic! There is a special message written on the bean.

Fairies & Friends 3 Pack - £9.99rrp
The Fairies and Friends figure pack contains three collectable My Fairy Garden fairies; Lily, Andrena, Heather and their animal companions; the frog, the hedgehog and the squirrel. They all live happily in the magical world of My Fairy Garden!
The figurines are hand painted and beautifully detailed, which makes them highly desired, collectable items.


The My Fairy Garden range is made by Interplay and supports education through play. We'll be receiving our own My Fairy Garden toys for review and I'll be sharing our gardening skills on Instagram later in the year! Find out more, play games and check out the entire range on the My Fairy Garden website. Available to buy now from toy stockists including John Lewis, Argos and Debenhams, as well as online at Amazon.

All together the bundle in the video is worth over £50 and one of my readers can win all of the toys shown. Entry to the giveaway is via the Gleam form below. Don't be scared of Gleam, neither they nor I will store your details or use them for anything other than drawing a random winner, checking the winning entry and informing the lucky gardener! 

Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form, the sweepstake is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Sunday 29th April, To enter my other UK giveaways or to get help if you are new to Gleam, please see my giveaways page...

My Fairy Garden Easter Basket Giveaway

79 comments:

  1. Love roses as they remind me of my dear grandparents

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  2. I love freesias for the wonderful scent!

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  3. Roar, as lovely variety of flowers, as well as beautiful scent / aroma.

    Rachel Craig

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  4. Peonies. They're so fluffy, they're like the bunnies of flowers. They also smell wonderful. I'm a big fan of flowers that are very fragrant.

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  5. I love wild blue bells as they are so pretty and I love the colour. I also love growin sweet peas as they come in all colours and smell so nice!

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  6. I like bluebells, They remind me of fairy hats and when I was little I used to pick them and put them in a ring hoping the fairies would come and collect them

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  7. i love to see wildflowers, esp poppies and all the wildlife they bring :)

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  8. Cala lillies are my favorite as I had the at my wedding.

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  9. daffodil; lovely bright, spring flower

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  10. My favourite plant is the orchid, mainly because I haven't killed one yet, which I seem very good at with most plants!

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  11. Being form Yorkshire it just has to be a white rose.

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  12. I love tulips as they come and n so many different colours and make a lovely bouquet

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  13. I absolutely love little Erigeron daisies. They grow just about anywhere and can be seen in walls, drains, bridges and rockeries as well as cultivated in gardens. Their dainty white flowers tinged with pink belie their hardy nature and very long flowering season. Fabulous little plants that I make room for in every garden I have ever had.

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  14. Marigolds - so many DIFFERENT varieties colours and sizes - great for wildlife- once planted they last and last - save the seeds and start again each year

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  15. I love hydrangeas as they remind me of my dad

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  16. This is so cute! Love to win these for my work :)

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  17. I love roses, I love the layers and they are so stunning!

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  18. Lucy Gardner-Roberts1 April 2018 at 10:20

    Snowdrops are my favourite as they indicate Spring (and hopefully better weather) is on the way !

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  19. My favourite is wild poppies. Just sooo beautiful.

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  20. sunflowers we always have a competition each year to see who gets the biggest

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  21. I adore tulips, they make me feel happy and remind me of my grandmother....

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  22. alstroemeria and peonies. They are both beautiful flowers, included them in my wedding bouquet. I got engaged in China during a peony festival. These in particular have a significance to me.

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  23. My favourite flower has to be a red rose they are beautiful

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  24. Sunflowers, always make me smile!

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  25. My favourite flowers are Tulips i just love their fresh looking bright colours including their bright green stem and leaves. Perfect spring time flowers

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  26. I love Soapwort (Saponaria)- the evening scent is amazing

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  27. I love lavender, both the scent and colour of it but my little girl doesn't like the smell.

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  28. I not a very good gardener, but I like bagonias.

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  29. We love growing fruit and veg plants and trees which usually come with lovely flowers too!

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  30. I like light purple roses as they are so pretty x

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  31. I love this idea and how cute are they!! A great Easter basket alternative!

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  32. I absolutely lover gerbera's (I think that's how you spell it!) and cala lillies because they were my wedding flowers x

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  33. peony - my wedding bouquet

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  34. i adore lavender, love the scent x

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  35. I love how roses and lily's look, but it's the sweet pea flower that I think smells the best.

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  36. I love Baby’s breath. I had it in my wedding bouquet and it always reminds me of the day when I see it.

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  37. I love honeysuckle and hyacinths as the smell transports me back to being a child and the good memories that it brings.

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  38. i love roses just simple and beautiful

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  39. Lavender, their colour, smell, and healing properties, gorgeous!

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  40. Roses are my favourite, because they have some really beautiful colours and they last for ages

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  41. Charlene Merrall4 April 2018 at 19:19

    I love roses, No idea why I've just always loved how they look!

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  42. I adore peonies, tulips, roses and daffodils!

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  43. I really like Daffodils at the moment....They are so bright and cheerful. x

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  44. Michelle Smith4 April 2018 at 20:57

    I love roses and the fragrance of them

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  45. I love lillies, the smell is amazing

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  46. I love gerberas in the bright colours

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  47. Sunflowers, they are big, bright & beautiful

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  48. My favourite are roses and daisy love them

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  49. Peonies. They remind me of my grandmothers

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  50. Daffodils as they remind me of Spring. Thankyou for the competition x

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  51. I love daffodils, a reminder that spring is on its way
    Alex Telford

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  52. Tulips because they are so elegant! I love their shape, size and vibrant colours.

    Linda Ford

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  53. I absolutely love Sun daisies, especially the pink ones they are super cute and cheery looking :)

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  54. I love daffodils - they're so bright and fresh looking.

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  55. I love any type of lily but cala lillies especially, they were part of my wedding flowers and have loved them ever since

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  56. I love tulips, they are so colourful and grow in my garden

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  57. Daffodils because they remind me of my Mum, they was her favourite.

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  58. Sunflowers, They remind me of my summer holidays in the South of France when I was younger and my parents used to take me. Massive fields full of sunflowers all turning their heads throughout the day following the sun.

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  59. Roses for the inside because they smell gorgeous and poppies outside because they look really nice.

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  60. I love freesias; they are beautiful and smell divine.

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  61. Daisies- hours of summer fun making daisy chains

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  62. Lilies! They're lovely.

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  63. I love white roses, they're beautiful

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  64. I think sunflowers are lovely but so far my attempts at growing them have ended in failure!

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  65. Blue hydrangeas because they were my wedding bouquet

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  66. love sunflowers so vivid brighten up the garden and my day xxxxx

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  67. I love lili's.... infact i love them that much my wedding flowers were Lillies and we even named our daughter Lili x

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  68. daisy's because they remind me of spring

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  69. I love bluebells because they remind me of childhood walks with my Nan in the woods!

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