$15 for A Little Lair Illustrated Storybook & Miniature Magical Door

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A Little Lair$15 for A Little Lair Illustrated Storybook & Miniature Magical Door 

Mamasource has a super sweet deal right now! You can score A Little Lair Illustrated Storybook & Miniature Magical Door  for $15 (a $30 value). This adorable set reminds me of Elf on the Shelf, but this magic lasts all year long!

Encourage a child’s imagination with simple everyday “magic”. A wooden fairy, elf, and gnome door comes with a beautifully illustrated storybook, which will introduce readers to the Little Lair concept. The decorative door can be placed on a shelf or easily mounted to a wall. Place a Lair door in your home and children can welcome imaginary visits from the world of fairies, elves, and gnomes. You never know who might stop in for a friendly visit; the tooth fairy, leprechauns—the possibilities are endless!


  • Create your own mini notes with their free Little Envelopes template download
  • Illustrated storybook introduces the reader to the Lair door “magic”
  • Designed for boys and girls with three colors to choose from: red, blue or pink

The Company

A Little Lair was developed by two sisters, Erin McGinley and Megan Ward. One year while putting away holiday decorations, Megan wished there was some way to keep the magic of the holidays alive year round in her family. The idea of A Little Lair was born. Together with her sister Erin, they set out to bring a little everyday magic into the homes of families everywhere.


  • Valid for (1) 3.5″x7.5″ Fairy, Elf & Gnome Door and illustrated storybook from A Little Lair
  • May apply voucher value toward the Family Set
  • Ideal for children ages 3 and up
  • Not valid toward shipping ($5.95 flat rate, US only)
  • Cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions
  • Limit (1) voucher per household, may buy (3) more as gifts
  • Limit (1) voucher per transaction
  • Orders MUST be placed by December 14 to receive by December 22, 2012
  • Expires March 1, 2013

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