Moss & Grove’s Fairy Forest is inhabited by a suite of products that spark the imagination and help kids explore the world of fairies. The Fairy Handbooks contain hands-on photos, recipes, interviews and the how-to behind these great hobbies. Kits and games provide the tools and materials to help families open up a wonderland. Come into the forest and start creating magic!

Fairy Garden Handbook
The popularity of fairies and fairy houses has soared, as has the growing movement to get children interested in outdoor activities such as gardening. Our handbook includes basic information for beginning gardeners, such as soil preparation, planting, and watering, then branches into appropriate categories for every fairy gardener.

Fairy House Handbook
A fun craft and lore book whose main focus is a step-by-step guide to how to build a fairy house, what tools and materials to use, and many ideas on different details you can add to your fairy house. Also included are bits of fairy lore, fairy dos and don’ts, fairy wisdom, and other fairy crafts and activities.

Fairy House Handbook and Kit Combo-Pack
Create Your own fairy house magic! Everything you need to build a fairy house in a box made for a lifetime. Kit includes fairy dust, sustainably harvested moss, feathers, shells, acorn caps, sea glass, and a twig pencil. Combine the ever popular Fairy House Handbook with a Fairy House Kit for the ultimate gift.


Summer Fairy Tea Parties and A Delicious Recipe

Some of my favorite memories are of the elaborate fairy tea parties my daughters used to throw. First they would lay out a quilt on the grass, set out the rarely used china tea cups, and create handmade invitations. Usually a sugary water served as the tea and tiny...

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Happy May Day

Despite a very rainy May Day here, the trees are budding and flowers are finally opening. And it is officially, what I like to call, Fairy Season. May Day is the kick off for all of those wild fairy parties to come. To get ready for all of this merry making, I have a...

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Happy Spring Giveaway of Do Fairies Bring the Spring?

A couple of weeks ago, in the middle of a HUGE blizzard, this bright and sunny book came into the world. This is the second in the seasonal fairies series, illustrated by fairy godmother, Hazel Mitchell and published by Downeast Books. Now that the snow has melted a...

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Fairy House 101

The only firm rule in fairy house building: fairy houses must be made from materials found in nature. Sure, fairies love glittering gems and shiny marbles but not in their houses! They like admiring these things in the human world but bring it into the fairy realm and you are guaranteed to make a fairy mad. And a mad fairy is not a good fairy. Don’t worry, this is not a problem. The list of materials to build with is long because there are endless supplies of natural materials to choose from.

And as the seasons come and go, here’s something you might like to know.

There are fairies everywhere: under bushes, in the air, playing games just like you play, singing through their busy day.

So listen, touch, and look around – in the air and on the ground.

And if you watch all nature’s things, you might just see a fairy’s wings.

~ Author Unknown