7 Ways To Celebrate Your Love of Fairy Bread

6 Ways To Celebrate Your Love of Fairy Bread

Fairy bread is known for it’s regular appearances on Aussie kids party tables. But now this little Aussie icon is popping up on all sorts of things!

This weird thing constantly keeps happening in our office – no matter what the editorial team is talking about, the conversation inevitably ends up at fairy bread.

It’s some sort of freakish phenomenon – home wares, parenting, fashion, nostalgic childhood memories, parties…the list goes on and they all end up at the same place.

Anyway, it’s safe to say that we love fairy bread and with National Fairy Bread Day coming up on the 24th of November, we wanted to share with you some of our faves.

This sequin purse by Make Me Iconic, just quietly, we really do love everything they do. make-me-iconic-fairy-bread-purseFairy bread cards by our very own Jenna Templeton.

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This felt toy set; Australiana at its finest by Wombat’s Kitchenfairy bread felt toy australiana

This gorgeous (and delicious) print from Down That Little Lane.

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These fairy bread shorts from Peter Alexander.

Peter Alexander Fairy Bread Shorts

 

And these fairy bread biscuits by Dough Re Me. Perfection.

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Words by Barbara O’Reilly // Photography by Scott Webb + Jenna Templeton

Jenna Templeton
Jenna Templeton
jenna.templeton@childmags.com.au