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Fairy Treasure Hunt – Year 2

Last month I told you about the treasure hunt the fairies created a few years back, for our little friend next door.

She loved it SO much, that we did it again last summer.  But — different fairies – so different treasure hunt!  The previous hunt was with the painted and jewel-encrusted little pebbles, with little rhyming clues leading her from one treasure to the next.

Last summer, the new fairies, weren’t QUITE as ambitious or poetic.  But – just as clever! 

The  new treasures were made from little slabs of branch, dyed and painted with magical words, and, of course, embellished with sequins, sparkles, and magic dust, as only a fairy could do. 

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Whilst hiding the

treasures, THIS little

fella came along.

The fairies thought

THAT was pretty

magical, and showered

him with their

blessings.

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The fairies got carried away and made over 20 of these treasures, which they call “doodlewinks”.  So there were actually two treasure hunts.  One at the beginning of summer, and one near the end. 

Not much instruction is required.  You can see from the pictures, exactly how they turned out.  You could, of course, paint rocks, or anything else you might think of, along the same lines. 

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