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Camp Quality gets a visit from Fairy Princess Blossom

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

Hey Hey Fairy Friends,

Well last weekend I attended a VERY special camp that is very near to my fairy heart. The camp I am talking about is Camp Quality. A camp where children who aren’t feeling very well attend and have a fabulous weekend full of games and activities. So I flittered on in to the fabulous mountains of Mt Tambourine. The views there are absolutely amazing and very pretty. I can see that all of our wildlife in Queensland have been looking after our trees and forest very well.

The Crystal Castle Fairies left a note for all the children attending Camp Quality saying that we would drop by this very day to laugh and smile and play all of their troubles away. Let me tell you, if you don’t think boys giggle, you are misguided. Three handsome little boys came and sat with me and giggled their heads off. “We’re the troublemakers because we giggle too much” they all told me.. I giggled too. They told me later on in the evening that they were holding a concert that night and they would all get to dress up.

There was so much to see and do at the camp and I wished I could have spent the whole night there. They had a jumping castle, a trampoline, and a heap of games to play. We played Duck Duck Goose for AGES and of course I was always chosen to be the goose, so I had to run lots and lots and lots and lots!

That night, when I got home I dreamt of their concert and saw them all dressed up! One was a Man in a Suit, another was an Army Officer and the other little boy was dressed as the Karate Kid – they told me that I could come as a Police Fairy and could just change from my Fairy clothing, and just keep changing roles because I’m magical. I might play dressups tomorrow night when I got home actually.

All of these beautiful children touched my heart deeply and I wish them all the sweetest dreams and magical days. They were all precious in their own ways and a little boy (Jai) who was about four years old, whispered in my ear to tell the Fairies back in Fairyland that he makes a wish upon a star every night and that he thinks they are all beautiful and he sees them in his dreams. So be sure to wish upon those stars and smile, because I hear they are contagious.

Lots of Fairy hugs and love to you all,

Fairy Princess Blossom


Fairy Pokey Biscuits – yes! Fairies cook by recipes too!

Sunday, April 19th, 2009

My darling fairy friends, do I have a wonderful idea for you!

You know how much fun it is to dance the Fairy Pokey?! Well why not make some Fairy Pokey biscuits with Mummy or Daddy or Aunty or Uncle or Grandma or Grandpa? (phew!).

These biscuits are scrumdiddliumptious and very easy to bake. Cinnamon helped me make some today and all the fairies, unicorns, birds, animals and other creatures had them for afternoon tea. Then we spent the rest of the afternoon dancing the Fairy Pokey – what fun!

Here’s the recipe:

Fairy Pokey Biscuits

Makes 30

125g butter, softened
1/2 cup caster sugar
1 tablespoon golden syrup
1 tablespoon milk
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1 1/2 cups plain flour

Preheat oven to 180?C (160?C Fan Forced). Line 2 large baking trays with baking paper.

Using an electric mixer, beat butter  and sugar until light and creamy. Place golden syrup and milk into a heatproof microwave-safe jug. Microwave for 20 to 30 seconds on HIGH (100%) power or until hot. Stir in bicarbonate of soda (mixture will bubble up). Get an adult to help you with this part!

Add warm milk mixture to butter mixture. Stir until well combined. Sift flour over batter. Mix well.

Roll 2 teaspoonfuls of mixture at a time into balls. Place onto prepared baking trays, allowing a little room for spreading. Gently press biscuits down with a floured fork. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden and firm (springy) to the touch. Stand on trays for 3 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely. Store in an airtight container at room temperature.

NB: If you don’t have a microwave you can heat the milk and golden syrup in a small saucepan on the stove. Also, remember that the biscuits will firm up more when cooled.


Baking is ever so much fun and you get to eat what you make at the end – yum! Also, I tell you what, Mum will be so grateful if you help clean up afterward. You get it done twice as fast then there’s much more time to dance the Fairy Pokey – yay!!

Lots of love (freshly baked)
Rosebud xoxoxo

The Easter Bunny & Fairy Floss!

Monday, April 6th, 2009

Hello Fairylings!

Well it has been a very busy start to the year! I have been busily assisting the Easter Bunny in getting ready for his deliveries! We have been making eggs of all different kinds. Some really big and some really small. There are yellow ones with red spots, blue with purple swirls, green with pink flowers and even orange with silver stars! So many different colours and lots of chocolatey goodness. Easter Bunny has been borrowing some of my many Fairy Floss flavours for them and he has been helping me to make little Easter baskets for my Fairy friends.

I have made an Easter basket full of chocolate and mango dust eggs for the Fairy Queen, some Turkish Delight eggs for Fairy Lah, Toffee Honeycomb for Stardust, Rose Petals & Cream for Rosebud and some for me – Choc Pumpkin! And so many more for all the other Fairies. I am going to have Easter Bunny deliver them for me – I will have to make sure to tell the Fairies to leave their bonnets on the end of their beds so he has some where to put them.

We fairies like to help where ever we can – it is fun and nice to help your friends. I know that Crystal has arranged for Easter Bunny to borrow a Pegasus again – though I am not sure which one? Stardust and Twinkle are making certain the sky will be nice and bright with the stars all clean and shiny so he can see clearly on his way – hopefully Raine will not be experimenting that night! I will need to run and speak to Rainbow and get some more beautiful rainbow coloured paints for the eggs. We have so many to do and not much time, I think I will see if Petal can come and help after she has finished tending to her garden.

Did you know that the Fairy Queen is organising a Fairyland Easter Egg Hunt? It will be in the beautiful gardens of the Crystal Castle and we are all invited – I am so excited I am very clever at finding them! But the Fairy Queen is very sneaky and won’t give us any clues – she has been busy planning it all and won’t tell any body any thing – it makes it so much more exciting. Each fairy has to make her own basket with her name on it. Mine is woven fairy strings that I got from Sparkles – and they are all silver and shimmery. I have a handle covered in cherry blossoms which of course I got from Blossom.

Now make sure you all remember to leave out your Easter Bonnets so that Easter Bunny has somewhere to put your eggs – and be careful – sometimes he can be tricky and hide them in the garden!

Well wish me luck on the hunt and I hope you all get lot’s of Easter eggs!

Love Fairy Princess Fairy Floss xoxo


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