Estella Picks :
POSTED May 5, 2014
In honor on our new collection of hand-knit toys for boys & girls, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite soft dolls from around the web. Each of these toddler toys has its own unique personality and is lovingly crafted – often by hand – using soft cotton, but all of them are sure to make a wonderful and cuddly companion for your little one. They are also all great gifts for the anti-barbie types. Find out where to shop them below!
1. Blabla Luigi the Frog 2. Doll by Estella – Flash 3. LuckyBoySunday Pale Nulle 4. Doll by Estella – Kat 5. Anne-Claire Petit Laura Doll 6. Boramiri Petit Nina Angel Doll 7. LuckyBoySunday Miss White 8. Anne-Claire Petit Small Cat 9. Blabla Etcetera Boogaloo.
Tags Soft Dolls
Category Soft Dolls
Just In :
POSTED Nov 18, 2013
Japanese design company kiko+ is a small brand that makes the most exquisitely crafted wooden toys that incorporate the best in design, versatility, and fun for children. Whether it is a neat magnetized city map, cool paw print sandals, or a fun vending machine, the brand’s toys are unique, clever, and engaging, providing your child with hours of fun. Best of all, they make the most wonderful and memorable gifts! Shop here.
Tips + Tricks :
POSTED Jul 9, 2013
POPSUGAR Moms compiled a list of awesome care package toys to send to your little campers that we wanted to share with you all. By now, your kids have probably been away for at least a couple of weeks, and there is nothing quite as exciting as receiving a package to remind them that their parents are thinking of them. Plus, it just so happens that some of the simple classics are still popular at camp: mad libs, baseball cards, friendship bracelets, and more. See the whole list here!
1. Friendship Bracelets 2.Silly String 3. ALEX® Dylan’s Candy Bar® My Sweet Diary 4. Mad Libs 5. Stuffies (inside are 7 hidden pockets that are perfect for hiding extra surprises!) 6. Tattly Temporary Tattoos 7. Baseball Cards 8. Uno Dice Game 9. Thumb Wars: The Ultimate Guide.
Estella Picks :
POSTED May 21, 2013
We found this idea on Mélanie Agazzone’s Pinterest and wanted to share it with you: Road Tape! This removable tape sticks to anything, so that you can recreate a race track anywhere, anytime. Every little boy we know would love to play with this, don’t you think?