What our experts say...
This little pixie doll was such a cute idea and I loved the little notes. Our 6 year old has trouble sleeping on his own so we wrote little notes for the pixie and made some wishes and he was more comfortable sleeping in his own bed. Such a sweet little toy. I love that everything is locally produced. It really is amazing how small the brand’s carbon footprint is.
– Amanda Callan
There’s a magic to the wish pixie in it’s whimsical and beautifully made form combined with a delightful story and heartfelt wish. Created to help children navigate their anxieties and overcome their fears through a belief in a little magic and support from messages, this is more than just a toy but a tool that could be very positive and powerful if used with intention. Having brought shrieks of delight to my 6 year old daughter as she finds a message in the wish pixie’s pocket just for her, as a parent I appreciate having this up my sleeve as we navigate the transition back to school after an extended lockdown. I also really value that these are made from recycled and offcut fabrics and filled with recycled PET filling. So special and highly recommended.
– Emily Fletcher
Sweet little design with an important message. Beautiful décor piece for a nursery. Involving children in the design of pixie dolls is a really sweet way to encourage and include children in the creative process. Using local artists is great and the use of recycled materials for both the product and packaging, which is quite magical, is very important also.
– Mikaela Hanson
Ever since my 5 year old son found Wilke the wish pixie hiding amongst the gardenias in our garden, he has carried his new friend everywhere. Occasionally, a special wish or message of encouragement appears in Wilke’s back pocket, for instance, when my son began riding his bike, Wilke wrote to him to tell him he was brave. Wilke is a wonderful way to build a child’s confidence in a fun and magical way, teaching reading skills too. I appreciate that the doll is made locally using non-toxic and recycled materials.
– Emma Freeman