The Fairy Thanksgiving Royal Gobble Feast
Hello Fairy lovers!
The Fairy Kingdom is all abuzz with the news that there will be a new royal fairy baby being introduced at the Royal Gobble Fairy Feast on Thanksgiving Day. The fairies are preparing for all the festivities, as there are no limits on decorating this year as King Henry and Queen Olivia are going to preside over the feast this year.
The Gnomes have been hard at work on the turkey fairy house, as the King and Queen will be staying in it with their new royal fairy baby. No detail has been spared and the Gnomes are so excited to unveil their creation upon the arrival of the royal fairy family.
As a surprise to the King and Queen they have the provided a small dwelling inside the house for fireflies, so they can light up the Gobble Fairy House when it gets dark. The Gnomes have really taken care of every detail.
As all fairy lovers are aware of the fact that sweets are the mainstay food for fairies and actually all of the enchanted folks in the Fairy Kingdom. The fairies are delighted with the pumpkins in the fall, as they are made into cookies, cakes, and candies for the Royal Gobble Feast!
This little Gnome is one of the most powerful and oldest Gnome’s in all the Fairy Kingdom. His power comes from the vast knowledge of the fairy magic throughout the ages! One smart Gnome!
The Gnomes are the workers that help the fairies with the gardening in the Fairy Kingdom and the harvest was especially bountiful, so they have called this year’s harvest the “Happy Harvest.” The Royal Gobble Feast is bound to be an enormous success!
This is the table set for the royal King and Queen for the Royal Gobble Feast. The fairies even created color coordinated dinnerware to make sure it was perfect for the royal family. The food is sure to please any royal member of the family.
This is Tommy Turkey and he has been given the task of watching the special pumpkin fill to the brim with candied apples and grapes that will be presented to the King and Queen upon their arrival.
There are lush golden wheat stalks all over the Fairy Kingdom and they are used for making all the pies, cakes and cookies for the Royal Gobble Feast. This is where fairy dust comes in handy as they flap their wings over the wheat stalk and instantly flour is produced for their baking needs.
Every year for the Royal Gobble Feast a gigantic cornucopia magically appears just before the Feast. It has been rumored that the King and Queen are responsible for this lovely gift to their the Fairy Kingdom.