In traditional Celtic Folklore, there were things such as "Fairy Path's" and you did not disturb these paths. Fairy's could be found in the "tween places" like a doorway. We made a fairy door way for Fairy's who needed a "pathway" as the stone and iron of the city would be hard on the fairy folk. Granted this doesn't fall exactly to myth, we're just doing an activity.
So, with Grandpa Rex's help, he found us nice small pieces of wood and he cut them for us. We took them home and I glued them together. I got a lovely 2nd degree burn on my shoulder- showing once again, I require adult supervision for most things. Then Kail and I painted and decorated it! We talked about how fairy's like bright and shiney things and as long as there was no metal they'd love it.
Lastly, to stay in the good graces of the Fae folk, we left a present. Cream and honey! Tonight we'll have fun telling folktales and in the morning, the kids will be thrilled when the fairy's "ate" their gifts!!