Pinxies Fairy Treehouse | Source: Luki Lab

It’s a rule in life that every magical treehouse needs flowers — a lot of flowers. And Luki Lab‘s Pinxies Fairy Treehouse definitely delivers.

Made for kids ages 6 and up, this construction set comes with more than 180 pieces for kids to build a colorful treehouse for Flora the Fairy. Set in an enchanted land, this set will deliver imaginative play opportunities and inspire storytelling for kids.

It’s quite refreshing to play with a new kind of building system: The Pinxies pieces are a mix of glossy paperboard panels (hello, eco-friendly!) and colorful plastic building links for open-ended construction play. The panels feel like really thick cardboard, providing sturdy foundation for this build. Kids will first have to pop out all of the panels from the board they’re attached to before following the instructions to construct the treehouse.

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Total building time will only take a couple of hours or less, and in the end, kids have a large, gorgeous treehouse that is just under two feet tall and wide. The color palette is an autumn dream filled with oranges and yellows, and the floral details throughout are bright and vibrant. If Taylor Swift’s evermore album was a toy, this would be it.

The treehouse is filled with different elements — such as a slide, a throne, a swing, and more — for kids to take Flora on lots of adventures. Kids even build their own Flora figure, which even changes expression when you move her side-to-side, and her bunny and deer friends.

Once kids are done building, they can decorate the treehouse with accessories galore, such as fairy items and butterflies, because we obviously have to make this treehouse a home. My ’90s kid heart absolutely sung when I saw puffy stickers of woodland creatures and the likes to place throughout the build.

Parents will also love that the Pinxies Fairy Treehouse is a STEM-authenticated product, ensuring that kids will receive educational benefits while building and playing with this set, including problem-solving skills and narrative abilities. All of the Pixies sets are compatible with each other, so kids can bring Flora to the Vet Care Center or get treats at a kids Unicorn Ice Cream Truck. A magical time awaits!

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Maddie Michalik

Maddie Michalik

Maddie Michalik was the Editor-in-Chief of The Toy Book from 2020-2022. She was also a Senior Editor at The Toy Insider and The Pop Insider.