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To Sail the Seas

This fantastic wooden rocking ship from Kattuska is perfect for imaginary sea adventures. Created by a husband and wife team, with their two children in tow, Kattuska has set a goal of making toys and furniture that bring joy to a space rather than just filling it. And this beautiful wooden ship does just that...

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01 Jul 2013 piratestoysrocker [comment_count]
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Creative Showcase - Flatout Frankie

Allowing children to venture into their own little worlds filled with ridable unicorns and spotted dinosaurs, Flatout Frankie has created a range of products that are not only fun to play with but are good for the planet. Using flat packed cardboard to make their fantastic creations, Flatout Frankie has put a lot of smiles on little peoples faces...

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28 Jun 2013 creative showcasetoys [comment_count]
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Birds on a Tree

This wonderful 3D sculpture from Kids On Roof is not only a great piece of decoration for your child's room, but also a fantastic play object. Made up of fifteen birds and a tree that you build like a puzzle, all the pieces are fully moveable, making for hours of fun.

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20 Jun 2013 birdstoys [comment_count]
Toys

To Call a Bird

This lovely Set of Bird Calls are the creation of François Morel, who has been making calls since he was a child in the mountains of southern France. Including a blackbird, a nightingale, a mallard and a cuckoo, these bird calls are extremely accurate and will allow children to recognise birds by their song, share calls with them, observe them in the wild and above all love them - which according to Mr. Morel is "without a doubt a first step in understanding the secret of happiness".

20 Jun 2013 birdstoys [comment_count]
Toys

Build a Face

Shusha Face Blocks

Shusha Toys was developed by two young parents who believe in the importance of developing skills in young children through play. With backgrounds in graphic design and architecture, they have developed a range of beautiful wooden toys that are all made in-house in Russia. This wonderful wooden face making set looks as good in the toy box as it does on the shelf.

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26 May 2013 facestoys [comment_count]
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Kokeshi Dolls

This colourful collection of Kokeshi Dolls were created by Pen Pencil Stencil, the same genius behind 'Forest of Woods' we featured last week. Also made from scrap wood, the Kokeshi are hand painted and look best when sitting alongside their friends.

22 May 2013 toysfaces [comment_count]
Toys

Happy Faces

Jess Quinn brings such life and charm to the collectable dolls that she creates, and these three Bird Art Dolls are no exception. Constructed from a variety of fabrics, each with a different texture and colour, these dolls are a pleasure to own. Although a lot of Jess Quinns dolls are not suitable for children due to small parts and delicate sewing, they will look amazing on display, bringing a life of colour to dull rooms.

20 May 2013 toysfaces [comment_count]
Toys & Baby Toys

Forest of Woods

Mark Giglio is a man of many talents, working as a designer, illustrator and photographer from his Oakland studio, Pen Pencil Stencil. This little collection of trees, 'Forest of Woods', was crafted from old scrap wood and is made up of fifteen unique shapes, making it the perfect little wooden wood.

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15 May 2013 toystreeswoodland [comment_count]
Toys

Build a Rainbow

Made up of a myriad of colours, Grimms Mini Magnet Game is the perfect travel toy, encouraging creativity with colour. The different shapes are made from wood that is stained with non-toxic, water-based paints, and sit on a magnet board so they can be easily re-arranged into different designs and patterns.

08 May 2013 toysrainbows [comment_count]

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