What can I say, really? I’m Freyja’s in love.
Ever since this arrived on our doorstep, she has had it on her table THAT SHE’S SUPPOSED TO EAT OFF so that her fairy bodkins are never too far away. She has even made sure that Santa brings her something else to go with it this Christmas *Note to self: Ask Nanna seeing as you’ve already spent a fortune in the Disney store*
When I saw the price of these playsets, I’m not sure what I expected. I’ve always seen wooden dollshouses and things costing wayyyy over what they should, so at £28, I don’t think I was expecting the Earth.
It came flatpacked when James was in hospital. He’d caught some sort of viral thing and decided that the best thing to do, would be to drive to the hospital with blurry vision when I was at work (real clever…) On my return, instead of doing the good wifey thing and go to be by his side, I opened the flatpack and built the tower (hey, I knew he’d be home. I rang the hospital. Don’t judge me!)
It takes a little while to build and does test a feeble woman’s DIY skills (mine) but I got there in the end after failing miserably at the roof. Mr. Virus was home and fixed that for me. But the outcome is so beautiful, I knew Freyja would be over the moon. For less than £30, I can’t actually believe it.
The attention to detail is wonderful; there’s little pull out fairy beds and mini cupcakes that sit on mini plates with a mini cup of tea that can be enjoyed on a mini chair. So awesome! The set doesn’t come with fairy bodkins, but I bought these separately because there’s no point having a super fairy tower if you have no fairies to live in it.
These fabulous sets from dollshouses.co.uk are quite literally, amazing. I already have my eye on one, maybe two, more sets (much to James’ dismay – he thinks toys are clutter and Freyja has enough as it is. Clearly, he’s deluded. Toys aren’t clutter and she has nowhere NEAR enough…)
***We were sent one Fairy Tower for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own. I really am in love.***