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Snapdragons and Gnomes gone wild!

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Hello Fairy friends!

Petal here, with a few gardening updates.

As you know, the cooler months are approaching and a lot of the beautiful flowers in fairy land will be going to sleep until spring. I have started preparing to tuck all my little flower beds in to stay warm and happy during this time! The cherubs across the meadow have been helping me make little sleeping bags and quilts to put over the royal garden to ensure a warm snuggly rest for outstanding blooms in the spring!

All the flowers are  happy and welcoming their rest as they have had a busy season. All except the snap dragons! The snap dragons are cranky at me as they hate the season change! If you have cranky snapdragons in your garden I advise sprinkling some of Fairy Flosses rainbow popping candy on them first thing each morning. The popping candy slips into the soil and pops the snap dragons bad behavior up, up, and away, off to the goblin gorge where it belongs!

Fairy Princess Blossom and I will be starting to  plan the flower arrangements for the ‘Welcome back Spring festival’ shortly. It is a big celebration so we need to get started as soon as possible! If you have any suggestions on what flowers you would like to see at the festival, please come over for tea and fairy bread and let us know!

Thank you to Fairy Princess Apple for mentioning that there was a Gnome problem in the far east orchard. For those of you who don’t know about the situation, Apple spotted three gnomes coming and going each day, stealing some of her best apples! Fear not fairy friends, Fairy Princess Shimmer and I whipped up a batch of shimmery gnome-be-gone spray and we have not seen the little rascals since!

And finally a last thank you to Fairy Princess Summer and Fairy Princess Sunset for the beautiful last few days of summer time. I am loving the pink sunsets and the warm weather!

Pink, Love, and kisses!

And don’t forget to shake your arms!



Fairy Fudge Recipe from Floss!

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

Hello My Little Fairy Friends!

I have been most excited to write and tell all about my new recipe! First let me tell you how I came up with it…

It was a beautiful starry night and the fairies were all headed to Crystal Castle for our regular Fairy Council Meeting. We have this glorious meeting to discuss the fun we have had at the parties and how lovely all our new Fairy Princesses are. Also it gives the fairies a fun chance to catch up and most of all to eat!

Every fairy brings a different dish, Summer brought some scrumptious chocolate summer cake, Fairy Queen brought some cherios (she loves those), Sprinkles brought pizza (yum) and normally I would bring some fairy floss. BUT I was busy working away that afternoon on a new fabulous flavour for the fairies to try, Caramel & Tulip, and my machine started making strange noises! It turns out that I had put in too much caramel and it was all sticky! So my fairy floss machine is broken and I had to send it to the Pixie, who fixes everything in Fairyland, to get it repaired.

I was very upset and had nothing to take to Fairy Council for the fairies to eat and then I was talking to Blaze my Unicorn and he suggested fudge! So I did some experimenting and it was so tasty I thought I would share it all with you. Remember Little Fairies when making yummy treats in the kitchen make sure Mum or Dad are there to help. Sometimes things are hot and we shouldn’t touch them on our own!

Enjoy my lovely recipe

Love and Kisses

Fairy Floss



  • Melted butter to grease
  • 1 400g can sweetened condensed milk
  • 100g butter, cubed
  • 250g (1 1/4 cups, firmly packed) brown sugar
  • 1 tbs golden syrup
  • 100g good-quality dark chocolate, finely chopped


  1. Brush a 20cm square pan with the melted butter to grease, then line with non-stick baking paper.
  2. Place the condensed milk, butter, brown sugar and golden syrup in a 3 litre (12-cup) heat-resistant glass bowl.
  3. Cook, uncovered for 10-12 minutes, stirring every 2 minutes, on Medium-High/ 650watts/70%, or until bubbles appear over the whole surface of the mixture.
  4. Add the chocolate and stir until smooth and well combined. Pour immediately into the prepared pan. Place in the fridge for 1 hour or until firm. Cut the fudge into 4cm x l0cm bars and then mark each into 2 portions using a sharp knife. Wrap in greaseproof paper and tie ends with string.

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