Ecoleeko’s plush toys are bright, soft, cuddly and eco-friendly. Handmade in New York State these little critters are made from a variety of natural materials such as bamboo, organic cotton/hemp, kapok, soy and wool. Buckwheat hulls are used in the baby rattles to provide a crunchy sensation to stimulate baby’s senses. Crushed walnut shells provide a bean-bag style weight for the larger plush toys. Love the fact that all products are completely biodegradable! A unique and natural gift for any baby or child in your life.
Brewing an imaginary pot of tea is a really good thing for the earth when kids use the environmentally friendly tea set from green toys. Continue reading
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This natural wooden toy rattle is crafted from cherry with a contrasting birch dowel. After the natural wood rattles are sanded baby smooth, beeswax is hand applied bringing out the uniqueness of the grain.
The unique baby toy is sculpted in response to nature and organic forms that blend harmoniously with a soothing sound. The moving bead and organic textures encourage the development of babies senses. Each rattle has a specific shape which is found within the piece of wood.
It doesn’t get any more unique than transforming your children’s drawings of their favourite animal, person or character into a soft toy. All you need to do is supply your child’s drawing to Child’s Own were they will then select the fabrics, which can be cotton prints, crafter’s felt, silks, cashmere, polar fleece and more, and fills the dolls with a hypoallergenic polyester fiberfill. Such a thoughtful and unique way to create a keepsake of your child’s artistic creativity.
From the natural woolly stuffing to the finely crafted traditional clothing, a Q’ewar toy doll is a work of art from start to finish. Dolls are made through the Q’ewar Project, a social work initiative situated in the rural highlands of the Andes Mountains in Peru. So adorable, I want one myself!