28 cute cat toy Eclectic Kids Toys
These printed kitties are absolutely adorable. Again, another thing I wouldn't mind cleaning off the floor. It'd be fun to get an entire animal collection going for encouraging imaginary play.
Designed by French born artist Florence Wetterwald and hand knit by Peruvian artisans, Blabla dolls are made from natural fibers of exceptional quality grown in Peru, making this friend irresistibly soft and cuddly. The product is tested by the most stringent US and European standards and dyes used...
Let the kid in you howl with this cute plush dog. Long tendrils of salvaged newspaper create a great coat for this Hungarian herder. The most memorable guest room I ever entered had classic pristine accommodations and an extremely unexpected and slightly strange bed fellow. Give it to a loved one...
Newsy Puli Dog
These colorful kitties are actually crayons, and they're sized perfectly for little hands. Crayons are one of the most classic toys to encourage creativity.
Everyone needs a swing IN the house. This trumps a slide any day, and it will add hours of fun during those cold winter months.
A cute set made by H. Rademaker & Son's, complete with 6 mallets, 2 end stakes, 6 balls and 8 arches or wickets. This set is in great shape with most of the bright paint still intact. The red ball has a chip but is still useable.
What's not to love about this little plush friend? What with wings for ears, a little blue tongue, and those saucers for eyes, you are sure to nab an attention grabbing-winner.
I'm not normally a fan of temporary tattoos, but in this case, I'd make an exception. How cool are these animal hands? They're instant talking-hand fun!
These sushi baby costumes are good enough to eat at a costume party. The wasabi/ginger headband accent is the sweetest part of this ensemble. I'll take them all.
Eclectic Kids Toys
Developed by Vilac, this classic ride is a children's toy that adults will love to see around the house, probably because photo stylists use it to death, and I mean that in a good way.
Vintage Red Car
This little sweet tooth tin does double duty: it's a chocolate Valentine's Day treat holder, and it's the perfect place for the kiddo's next lost tooth.
Sweet Tooth Box
These handmade animals were originally made by Iris Savir to cheer up children who were having a hard time. They are special enough to leave out all the time as a decoration, and totally play friendly.
Give the kids these twig colored pencils along with a pad of paper at each place setting, and let the doodling begin. Leave a fill-in-the-blank note that says, "I'm thankful for..." for each kid to fill out.
Who says a playhouse can't be an underwater retreat? I'd like to be under the sea in this little fabric playhouse that fits snugly over a standard card table. It's so handy to fold and store when not in use.
Plant a tiny forest of 10 soft, multicolored trees on the little one's bed, and grow some rainbow-colored dreams.
I love when a designer uses an unexpected material. Astroturf on a piggy bank certainly fits the bill.
I want this set for my little girl. Anything that encourages a love of real books, learning, research and libraries is a must-have!
Future writers will flourish with the world's smallest post service around. A great way to teach your kid the ins and outs of snail mail in the world of email, fax machines and texting.
I tell you, breaking down a chicken would have gone so much more smoothly if I had had one of these plush pull-apart chickens to play with as a kid.
Perhaps a full-on picnic sounds like too much work? Younger kiddos will be just as happy with a teapot full of water and this friendly tea set out on your deck.
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