I love this minimal kids bed by Swiss Blueroom. Add a few pillows and it feels more like a couch. Hello there, teen years!
(thank you Barbara)
A lovely Woven Heart Card Tutorial over at MiniEco. Ready for Valentine’s day this Thursday?
How about orange created a charming DIY to create a wall of paper hearts. Valentines day is just around the corner, folks!
One of the best things about attending a gift fair is to meet the founders behind products I like. Take Eco Kids for example. I already liked their products but meeting the founders, Kip and Cammie sealed the deal. My loyalty to a product or service grows exponentially when I share the same passion and outlook on life with the founders. Their products are all made in the US, eco-friendly and non-toxic.
Want to send some small Valentine’s notes that go beyond just a card? Consider the Valentine’s Tattly Multipack: The set contains 24 cards, stickers and Tattlys with four different designs. My daughter used these in school last year and scored some major points.
I wish I would have known about Chewbeads when my kids were little. It’s jewelry that looks cool but is also ok to chew on for babies. I saw them across from our booth at the NY Gift Fair yesterday. They’re minimal, and stylish, I would wear them now, even though my kids are over their teething stages.
Chewbeads are 100% Silicone and made with non toxic ingredients and are dishwasher safe.
I have no idea if my kids would actually enjoy playing with this string sheep, but I sure wouldn’t mind having it lay around in the apartment. Pretty, no?
If there’s one thing kids are completely obsessed with, it’s straws. Now, these heart-shaped straws would push my daughter completely over the edge.
My Sugru obsession just reached a new high after seeing this video. Sugru + LEGO = world domination!
I don’t know about your kids but mine are counting the seconds until Santa arrives. Google’s Santa Tracker will help.
I am pretty sure my 2 year old, Tilo, would approve of this modern yellow taxi by Playsam.