Creating Christmas Magic with The Magic Door Store

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I have always been interested in quirky, unique gifts and since having Mia and Lottie, we have filled their bedrooms and toy boxes with lovely wooden, handmade and quality toys. When I came across The Magic Door Store Magic Fairy Doors I jumped at the chance to get Mia one.

I originally had the Magic Fairy Door on her Christmas list but after reading more about them, I decided to get her one as a bit of a lead up to Christmas present. The idea of the Magic Fairy and Elf doors is that once fixed on to your wall, the magic can begin and the fairies or elves can move in to your child’s room. The Magic Doors inspire creative and make-believe play; they allow your child to indulge in their imaginations.

The Magic Door Store is a small family run business which was founded in 2013. Since then the shop has grown to include Fairy and Elf Doors in various colours as well as accessories such as fairy footprints, a fairy ladder and a set of message boards.  The Fairy and Elf Doors are £20 and the accessories available are priced from £1-£14. It is very hard not to want to buy all the accessories but the prices are so good that it’s definitely worth buying a couple of pieces!

The Magic Door itself comes beautifully wrapped in tissue paper along with a bottle of magic dust, a selection of door numbers so your child can personalise the door and a welcome note to leave for the fairies and elves. Our order was processed and delivered very quickly, in fact it arrived through the door within 24 hours!


The packaging is beautifully designed with lovely bold bright colours and the same can be said for the wooden doors themselves. The doors are made of good quality wood, feel substantial and are really well made. The colours are bright and filled with detail. As soon as you open and handle the Magic Doors you can almost feel the magic inside them, we couldn’t wait to go and choose a special place for the door to go.


Mia chose a quiet corner of her room and we made a big thing about attaching the door just above the skirting board and sprinkling the magic dust around and on it. The Magic Doors are easily mountable onto the wall or skirting board using sticky putty which is provided in the box. Mia chose her door number and loved sitting down next to it pretending to talk to the fairies inside.

We ordered the heart chalk message boards which are perfect for writing a special message on and I can write messages back to Mia from the fairies which she really enjoys! She has shown her Magic Fairy Door to everyone who comes to the house and is very pleased with it! We were also sent a Christmas Wreath so we can’t wait to bring Christmas to the fairies!


All in all, we were very impressed with the Magic Fairy Door’s; they are a beautiful, unique present ideal for Christmas and Birthdays. They would suit either girls or boys due to the various colour options and the choice of accessories available. They are great value and the care and love that has gone into creating such a truly magical gift shines through the packaging and the products themselves. It is well worth taking a look at their website Magic Door Store.


So do something magical today!


  • Jenny (Accidental Hipster Mum)

    This is too adorable! That little wreath! I love miniature stuff, it’s just too cute!


  • Cee Arr

    Looks like fun! XD

    I have to admit… I don’t really like fairy doors. Too much chance of upsetting Y Tylwyth Teg for my liking, lol. The Fair Folk are notoriously touchy. But as long as you’re very careful not to thank them for anything, you should be ok. 😉 And if you ever need to placate them, they like cream/milk, sugar & other sweet things (like honey,) and alcohol (the stronger the better.)

    The smaller ones (like the ones small enough to fit through a fairy door!) tend to be less trouble and more affectionate mischief anyway, lol. 🙂 Sorry, I live next to a woods in Wales. It’s left me with a lot of the old ways!


    • mummydaddymia

      I love this! Probably one of the best comments I have ever had! I had no idea the fairies don’t like being thanked but it sounds like we have a nicer one living in our fairy door 🙂

  • Brandi Puga

    I have heard of this a few times last year and think it just so cute! I would love to surprise my daughter with one! #BloggerClubUK

    • mummydaddymia

      Aww you should definitely get one, Mia still talks about her fairy door most days and its brought into her play such a lot! 🙂

  • A Cornish Mum

    Oh these are so cute 🙂 I need someone close to me to have a little girl just so I have an excuse to buy one 😉 Thanks for linking up to #PicknMix

    Stevie x

  • Mummyitsok

    This is too beautiful! Love it 🙂 although it would prob be a much for my 3yo he is already telling me about the dragons that live in the house i don’t think I need to compete with fairies and elves to hahaha!

  • My Petit Canard

    Hi Becca, I love this idea! I’ve come across them on twitter over the last couple of years but never really paid them too much attention as my little lady is only two and has always seems too young to understand them. But I can see how exciting and magical something like this could be, perhaps next christmas when she is 3.5 and can probably start to understand them a bit more. I will definitely look into these properly next year as they look like a great idea for little ones! Emily #KCACOLS

  • A Moment with Franca

    Aww this is just so cute!!! I really would like to have a fairy door at home for my girls! They would love it!! At least for now we have the Felix (The Elf on the Shelf) 😉 Thanks so much for sharing this at #KCACOLS. I’m very happy to have you again this week! 🙂 xxx

    • mummydaddymia

      Ahh we don’t have Elf on the Shelf yet but I think iam going to get one for next year! The fairy doors are amazing 🙂

  • New Mummy Blog

    This looks so cute! I was wondering what was up with all these fairy doors I keep seeing popping up, so thank you for explaining. It’s so sweet you can get accessories too 🙂

    Thanks for sharing and hope you can link up again next week @withfranca #KCACOLS

    • mummydaddymia

      Ahh thank you! Yes the fairy doors are ridiculously cute!! Mia loves hers and loves the idea of fairies living in her room 🙂

  • Lex

    Oh these are so adorable. I love items that bring out a child’s imagination. They look fabulous. My daughter is only 10.5months do a little young for this but it gets me super excited for the adventures to come in her life! #KCACOLS

  • Colette B

    It’s super cute! We don’t do Elf on the Shelf but I kinda wish I’d thought of using a magic door before we started losing teeth!
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x

    • mummydaddymia

      Ahh they are lovely and perfect for losing teeth! I need to look into Elf on the Shelf as I see everyone talking about them! 🙂

  • Jodie Allen at Budget Beauty and Babies

    I LOVE these! I am dying to get my hands on one for Lexie’s room! Her birthday is in mid january and I’m thinking of getting one for then. Realistically she’s still too young to really get it, but I am too excited to contain myself haha! You never know we might end up with a fairy door in our room too! #triedandtested

    • mummydaddymia

      Ahh, they are so cute! Mia didn’t really understand it too much but she loved getting involved with the little story I told her about it! She still goes up to it now and knocks on it. I have a discount code using ’15mummydaddymia’ if you want to get one!
      Thanks for commenting 🙂

  • Jellyfish Mama

    It looks and sounds adorable! I think i would have loved something like that when I was growing up, obsessed with fairies and magic as I was 😛 I will definitely look into getting Lilly one 🙂

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