Fairy Dust

Fairy Dust

A slang term for the final, minor changes before a project, presentation, or anything else is completed. For example, cute images added at the last minute to a PowerPoint presentation are fairy dust.
References in classic literature ?
He had carried Tinker Bell part of the way, and his hand was still messy with the fairy dust.
Of course Peter had been trifling with them, for no one can fly unless the fairy dust has been blown on him.
We're looking forward to a magical weekend, full of fairy dust, fun activities and great prizes."
EThe five-star housebuilder is sprinkling a touch of pixie dust across Nunthorpe with its fun day for all this Saturday, filled with fairy dust, face-painting and fun.
In our binary good versus evil world, we wait for someone with fairy dust to sprinkle on our deep and pervasive problems and then suffer when the truth comes out.
With PS8million of fairy dust spent to bring it back to life, the Georgian property will inspire young imaginations with the likes of the original Tinker Bell, a dolls' house 6ft tall, and resident and visiting writers.
Meanwhile, the metallic set is composed of Fairy Dust, Lumina and Ethereal.
However, the overriding feeling I get from reading or listening to anything on the topic of blockchain is that it's some kind of magical fairy dust, and that if you sprinkle it over a problem, it will supernaturally fix it.
"Once the fairy dust settles, once you are no longer the star turn, that's when the issue for her could surface."
The message, which also quoted a poem called The Guardian Angel and CS Lewis novel The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, added: "Never forget there is fairy dust to be found in every situation, no matter how difficult."
Plaudits to director Stuart Bird for sprinkling his own brand of fairy dust on this production.
With a sprinkling of magical fairy dust, watch Peter and his new friends fly out the nursery window and over London to Neverland.