When Fairies come to life!

If you can see with a child’s eye there is a world full of colour, joy and wonder to be seen.  Children and some adults believe in the fairy realm which reminds us to keep this joy and creativity alive.

There are plenty of stories, cartoons, movies, books and toys that revolve around the fairy realm, however for the first time ever Spin Master has launched a fairy that can really fly!!! There are not tricks or remote control consoles attached.  Flutterbye Fairies can actually fly!!! 


Flutterbye Fairies
float in the air; they will drift downwards but can be keep flying by placing your hands under them and gently gesturing upwards.  Do you wonder how? Well, the Flutterbye fairies have a fan motor and use the same technology as the Air Hogs Vectron Wave, but adapted to work around the body of the fairy. Rather than using a remote control like lots of flying toys, the Flutterbye fairy uses an infrared sensor to detect solid surfaces beneath it. This includes a human hand, so a child can guide the fairy upwards without touching it.

As a bonus, each fairy comes with a jewellery box style base which acts as a re-charger, display stand and a launcher.

Here are you cool facts about fairies:

  • Fairies size ranges, from tiny fairies smaller than fireflies to powerful forces that guide the wind
  • Fairies love and are attracted by fresh flowers and laughter.
  • They relish honey, milk and nectar
  • Fairies live on islands, hollow trees, under toad stools, where streams divide or border hedges
  • To discover the portal to their world, you must walk nine times around a suspected place on a full moon night
  • Their presence is often indicated by a ripple in the water or sudden chill
  • They are passionately fond of music, bells and jingles!
  • Fairies love to dance!!
  • Rheumatism, cramps and bruising can be the result of pinches from an agitated fairy.
  • Tangles in your hair which are also known as ‘elf locks’ can be the works of fairies.
  • The disappearance of small objects can be a clue they have been visiting.
  • They can make themselves visible or invisible.
  • Children – particularly young girls – are most likely to see these them.
  • They live to be several hundred years old.