A Magical Letter from the Fairies! - The Magic Onions

A Magical Letter from the Fairies!

You wont believe what happened this morning! When we went outside to explore the day, we noticed sparkles on the patio! Then more sparkles! It was a trail… a fairy trail!

It was fairy dust! Do yo see it sparkling in the early morning sun!
We followed the trail all around the garden.
It dusted the flower beds,
Sparkling in a most enchanting way!
Finally we saw something unusual under the printers tray.

A scroll of ancient looking paper!
But it was most odd… the paper was blank! There was nothing written on it! We couldn’t figure it out.
And then Mother had a very brilliant idea… perhaps we should paint on the paper to see if anything special happens.
We got out our water colors and began marking the magical paper with bright colors…
LOOK what happened!
Beautifull fairy drawings emerged! Magically!
This is what the fairies drew for us… a butterfly, a snail and a flower. We discovered that they were trying to tell us something, that the pictures were a letter to us, and this is what K decided the letter said…
One fairy came on a butterfly, another came on a snail, to say thank you for all the beautiful flowers in our garden.
We feel very honored to have received a fairy letter and now we know that fairies DO live in our garden.
Blessings and magic…
PS – this is how the fairies wrote their letter; they started with plain, white paper. They used a white candle to draw their picture on the paper and, voila! they had a magical, invisible fairy letter that reveals itself only when painted on with water color paints. Wink, wink!

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Donni Webber is the mom behind the popular natural living Waldorf website and blog, The Magic Onions - where the magic of nature and the wonder of childhood collide to make each moment a precious gift. She is a photographer, writer, crafter, wife and mother of two inspiring young children. Her work has been featured in many popular publications, including HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens, Disney and Apartment Therapy.

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  1. Sooo cute!!
    How fun to follow the trail.

    And brilliant story, K!

  2. We find fairy dust all over the house, even in Goose’s hair!! But we haven’t received a fairy letter… yet! Thanks!

  3. This is so sweet, a lovely post!

    I have just seen your toadstool home and gnome in your shop and it is beautiful!

  4. I want to be one of your kids!!!!! Magical!

  5. Oh, how fun. I’m filing this away for when we need the lift.

  6. How magical for you and the littles! Beautiful magical memories to be made. I’m sure a fairy will be doing this soon at our house too!

    Lisa :)

  7. i love love love this. o fairies, come to my house!

  8. Oh what a fun glittery fairy trail indeed! And you know our fairies might be coming to visit us soon too (now that we know how they write letters…wink*wink* Oooo how fun would that be to do that upon the arrival of our special little fairy from ‘Fairyfolk,’ yay…we are squirming in our seats! How fun are you!

    Jamie :)

  9. oh i love this!! must do this with the girl. :)

  10. Can I come live at your house?? You get the most wonderful visits. I have a brownie in my home, and definitely fairies in the yard, but so far, their musings have been so very quiet!

  11. What a fun post and fabulous idea! i think the faeries may be visiting our house soon too. ;)

  12. PURE MAGIC!!
    *sigh* I love this so much : )

  13. Fairies are such wonderful creatures aren’t they! Can’t wait until Spring when they return to our garden….maybe we’ll be getting a fairy letter this year!

  14. what a gorgeous idea-

  15. What a beautiful and magical idea! I hope the fairies didn’t mind you giving away their secret. ;)

    My Honest Scrap is finally up. Thanks for passing it. It was a fun thing to think about. :)

  16. Oh to be your child! What a treat it would be!! :-)

  17. Oh–I’m definitly going to do that with the paper! Thanks for the idea!

  18. Oh how neat! This is a great idea. I think that my children would love to get a visit from a fairy. Do you think the fairies would mind sharing their paper directions?

  19. I love this idea! I bet a fairy will be visiting our house soon!

  20. oh, it’s so gorgeous! will have to make one – maybe for a birthday surprise :)

  21. Fauna’s birthday is tomorrow and I think I will do something similar to this for her scavenger hunt!

    Lisa ;)

  22. So fun!! I would love to do this for my daughter’s birthday party craft. So magical!

  23. wow this is really cool

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