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Flying Fairy in a Jar

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Clap your hands!

  • One fairy fluttering inside a jar. When you tap on the cap. For your amusement.
  • Fairies don't need food or water, so it's all good.
  • Ok, so it does need batteries.

 Flying Fairy in a Jar

Fairies are special and magical, but when they get out of hand, steps have to be taken. Some people use poison sprays, others recommend preserving them betwixt the pages of heavy books. But both those methods only end up with one thing: dead fairies. And that's sad. Don't harm your fairies, keep them in jars. Just like this Flying Fairy in a Jar.

Each Flying Fairy in a Jar is a little green fairy that springs to life when the jar or lid is tapped. It flutters randomly around its home, spreading hopes and dreams with every wing flap. And the fairy is green. Is it a friend of Peter Pan? Does it represent a love of absinth or Mountain Dew (the non-alcoholic green fairy)? Or does it just symbolize the magic and wonder we all feel when looking at a tiny person with wings fly around? Flying Fairy in a Jar - give us your hands, if we be friends, And Robin shall restore amends . . . in a jar.

Note: Cats are insanely attracted to this toy. To ensure the safety of your four-legged friends, please ensure this glass jar is in a location where they can't knock it around and break it.

Flying Fairy in a Jar

  • Looks just like a real fairy in a jar. Trust us.
  • Responds to taps on the jar and sound .
  • Comes in packaging with a "try me" button.
  • Random flutter pattern.
  • Tap the cap to interact in three different ways.
  • Batteries: 3 AAA (included).
  • Dimensions: 3.5" x 3.5" x 7.5"

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