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Showing posts with label Etsy finds. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Etsy finds. Show all posts
Monday, 8 September 2014
In Waldorf education, each day of the week has an associated colour, planet and grain. Rudolf Steiner called rhythm the 'carrier of life' and by marking each day with a colour, something visual and evocative, we help young children tap into the rhythm of their days.


The colour for Monday is Violet. 

To the best of my knowledge, each of these toys has been crafted from natural materials by the artisan. You won't find any plastic, eco- or poly-felt (which are acrylic) or harmful finishes. Making these treasures safe for the kids, warm in their hands and biodegradable when their work is done.

Be sure to visit these shops (all chosen freely by me~ these are not advertisers~ that's how we roll around here!) AND to check out our years of Waldorf features here on the BTRT blog  (see the list of labels on the right hand side column) to connect with talented and conscientious artisans of wonder-full things! 
1. Gnome, by i love my OM.
3. Rosepe, by Shroompers.
4. Purple Upcycled Rabbit, by Humble Toys. 
6. Violet Butterfly, by Outside Everywhere.
7. Felt Horse, by Garden Birdie.
 
Enjoy ♥♥
Thursday, 21 August 2014

Wooden stackers are a staple in any natural playroom!
From infancy, well into childhood, a single stacking toy can provide so much quality, child-lead, imaginative play.

Wooden stacking toys come in a staggering variety or sizes, shapes, colours, woods and finishes.

A wooden stacker is often one of the first natural toy purchases a family makes (along with playsilks, because, well, everyone needs playsilks..  but I may be biased?!).
Or a family with an infant or toddler is trying to encourage family members to consider giving their little one a single open ended toy instead of a bunch of plastic buzzing, beeping, age-restrictive toys... but how to direct them when there are SO many great options?!

I'm not a woodworker, although I have made and finished my share of wooden toys ~ but I have purchased, gifted, stocked in shop, collaborated etc. with many wonderful artisans who do work in wood. A lot of wooden toys have passed through my hands, and this information may help you in choosing just the right toy for your little ones (or at least in clearing up some basics!).

Waldorf and Waldorf-style/ inspired toys connect to the Steiner education pedagogy and will be made simply, with natural materials and nature/ fairy tales/ mythological themes. Many traditional Waldorf toys are faceless, allowing the child to imagine the expression while playing. Waldorf toys generally span a wide age range~ the toddler will play with the rainbow stacker differently than the 7 year old will play... but both will use the same toy. Many are seasonal, helping to build rhythm in daily life and all will easily support story-telling and teaching. Stackers are often natural items like rainbows, mountains, caves and trees.
1. Fox Guardian Tree Dryad, by Rjabinnik
2. Sunshine Stacker, by Simple Gifts Toys
3. Happy Rainbow Stacker, by the MolHole.
4. Bremen Town Musicians, by Ventry Toy
5. Abstract Nesting Blocks, by Freja Toys

Montessori toys certainly share many features with Waldorf toys and are easily crossed over.  They tend to be more focused on promoting specific skills or tasks, and may be more 'puzzle-like' and have less emphasis on natural materials/ simplicity. Stackers may focus on shape discrimination, ordering by size and other developmental tasks.
1. Pyramid Stacker, by Wooden Toy Studio
2. Hungry Caterpillar Puzzle/ Stacker, by Manzanita Kids 
3. Little People Peek-A-Boo, by Kat and Company
4. Shape Stacker, by A Summer Afternoon 
5. Baby's First Stacking Toy, by House Mountain Natural

Not all wooden toys belong to these educational philosophies... there are lots of developmental toys made of wood that can easily substitute for the classics like the Fisher Price Ring Stacker.  In this case, you will want to be particularly mindful if the safety/ durability of the wood finish is important to you.
1. Wooden Ring Stacker, HC Woodcraft.
2. Springtime Blocks, by Fidoodle

Personally, when looking at wooden toys I prefer to see local wood species being used, and some reference to sustainable harvest.  This means that no one wood is the 'best'. Pine is very popular and a great affordable choice, but keep in mind its light weight makes it a little easier to damage and with stackers featuring long curves or thinner pieces, these tend to snap under much less pressure than a hardwood. I like pine best for smaller, more compact toys (animals etc.) that are a solid 'chunk'. Whichever wood you choose, keep in mind that wider bases and thicker pieces will be heavier (which is not always preferable with wildly swinging toddlers!), but more durable.
BTRT Wooden Stacker c. 2010
There is a dazzling array of colourings and finishes for wooden stackers and toys.

Soy. Milk paint. Watercolour (be sure they are AP certified). Food colouring. Natural dyes.
All of these and more will show up on natural toys. Each has its merits. All may come off under extensive baby chewing (on baby and on clothing and furniture). So a safe colouring method is a good place to start, and one within your own comfort level. Honestly, I prefer watercolours over food colouring as they are intended for surface finishing and food colouring can be pretty nasty stuff! Of course, natural wood is gorgeous and if colour safety or transfer is a concern for you, natural is a wonderful way to go!
BTRT Castle Blocks c. 2009 w/ Beeswax Polish
An acrylic painted stacker with an acrylic clear coat finish will stand up to tons of play. Nothing wrong with that! But if you are determined to have natural, or more-natural-than-not toys, probably skip the latex and acrylic treatments.

If your chosen stacker is unpainted, you could opt for no finish.
But there is nothing quite like the warm gleam of beeswax polished wooded toys (and that lovely smell!). We have a beeswax polish recipe right here so you can re-apply your own over time!
Beeswax, linseed oil and flax oil (or a combo) are common finishes~ safe and each has its merits. Shellac is actually bug-derived and it lasts forever as a finish!  The wax and oil finishes are absorbed into the wood, but do not provide a 'seal' closing in colours, so these are more likely to bleed a little, but truly they are so lovely, safe and worth it!
Loch Ness Monster, BTRT (makes me hanker to make some wooden toys again!)
All of the wooden toys pictured and linked here are freely chosen by me (these are not paid spots, promos or other sponsor type ads) and in most cases, I am featuring them based on information provided by the artisan about their product in their listing. If you are shopping, please let them know how you found out about them, and be sure to ask your own questions!

Enjoy! ♥♥
Thursday, 14 August 2014

As crazy as it sounds, I sometimes miss the whole 'Back to School' vibe!
Today's collection of handmade items are perfect for the homeschoolers out there.

Each piece would be at home in a Waldorf  style home classroom and I would love to have them in mine! We *do* have an antique bell in our school space, donated to our house many years ago, so I am told, as our house was once the community one room schoolhouseAnd I know my daughter would love to have her morning herbal tea from a frog mug (really, who wouldn't?!).


1. Field Sketch Set, by Cake in the Morn
2. Custom Paint Board, by Little Acorn Learning
3. Color Wheel Wreath, Painted Petal Shoppe
4. Pencil Holder, Place Card Holder Shop
5. Antique School Bell, by Nonnie's Porch
6. Autumn Gnome, by Sep and August
7. Beeswax Crayons and Holder, by Old Mill Candles
8. Frog Surprise Mug, Spademan Pottery

These items are drawn from various Etsy shops (my choice, no payment or other exchange!).
If you have enjoyed them, please do check out the shops and let them know that BTRT sent you! ♥♥
Wednesday, 6 August 2014
It's Waldorf Wednesday and these gorgeous handmade picks will have you shouting from the highest treetop!

Each one is handmade by an Etsy artisan, inspired by the Waldorf tradition, which lifts up the natural world and reflects it in natural materials. 

To the best of my knowledge, each of these toys has been crafted from natural materials by the artisan. You won't find any plastic, eco- or poly-felt (which are acrylic) or harmful finishes. Making these treasures safe for the kids, warm in their hands and biodegradable when their work is done.

Be sure to visit these shops (all chosen freely by me~ these are not advertisers~ that's how we roll around here!) AND to check out our years of Waldorf features here on the BTRT blog  (see the list of labels on the right hand side column) to connect with talented and conscientious artisans of wonder-full things!

1. Little Woodland Fairy Bedroom, by Monkeys on the Roof Kids.

2. Little Summer Apple Tree, by Waldorf Wood Toys.
3. Fairy Tree House, by Adventure in a Box.
4. A Day for a Hike Travel Toy, by Helicopter Studios


5. Maple Enchanted Tree Stacker, by Enchanted Root
6. 25 Natural Tree Slice Blocks, by A Life So Simple.
7. Old Fashioned Clompers, by the Vermont Branch Co.

Enjoy ♥♥
Wednesday, 30 July 2014

What a wonderful flock of Waldorf inspired Winged Wonders we have this Wednesday!
Wow. OK, I am out of 'W's now.

Artful alliteration aside... I'm happy to share this collection of birds and wings.
Each one is handmade by an Etsy artisan, inspired by the Waldorf tradition, which lifts up the natural world and reflects it in natural materials.

To the best of my knowledge, each of these toys has been crafted from natural materials by the artisan. You won't find any plastic, eco- or poly-felt (which are acrylic) or harmful finishes.
Making these treasures safe for the kids, warm in their hands and biodegradable when their work is done.

Be sure to visit these shops (all chosen freely by me~ these are not advertisers~ that's how we roll around here!) AND to check out our years of Waldorf features here on the BTRT blog  (see the list of labels on the right hand side column) to connect with talented and conscientious artisans of wonder-full things!
1. Repurposed Wool Wings Costume, by Repurposed Wool Studio
2. Bluebird, by Two Raccoon Hollow 
3. Bluebird on Nest, by Molica Australia 
4. Felted Wool Coin Purse, by Dodo DIY
5. Goldfinch, by Claudia Marie Felt 
6. Boy & Birds Set, by Mielasiela
7. Pair of Owls, by Juguetes Eloisa
8. Balance Birds, by Mama May I

Enjoy! ♥♥
Wednesday, 5 March 2014
So many lovely, natural and handmade horses and ponies!

Here at BTRT we love to round up the natural goodies for you to enjoy, almost as much as we love horses. Almost.  
With spring just around the corner (hear that Spring? just around the corner!), the thoughts of a young girl and her mother naturally turn to horses.

We have had enough of the snow and we are ready for leather and buckles and peppermints, manure, rubber boots and whiskery chin rubs and head butts for treats.

Until then, we will make do with these truly wonder-full finds, all handmade by Etsy artisans.
Click the links below the image to visit their shops...
and maybe bring home a pony of your own.
 1. Natural Wooden Stable , by A Toymaker's Daughter.
2. Wool Felt Unicorn, by Deb's Steiner Dolls.
3. Palomino Mare & Foal, by Holly's Meadow.
4. Wooden Horse Family, by Baumstammbuch.
5. Earth Pony, by Woolies.
6. Pegasus Foal, by MOLICA Australia.
7. Felted Wool Horse, by Beneath the Rowan Tree.
8. Mini Twinkle Pony, by Star Village Toys.
9. Horseshoe Teether, by Smiling Tree Toys.
10. Needle Felted Rainbow Unicorn, by Happiness Bluebird.

Giddy up! ♥♥

Tuesday, 10 January 2012
A grey January day needs a little rainbow goodness, right?


I have spent a happy (stolen) hour collecting some gorgeous handmade rainbow toys.
All are made with natural materials, by artisans making their own (unique!) mark on the Waldorf toy market.
Please do take a peek at their shops~ I was so delighted to explore them today.
Some are old favourites, others are new to Etsy and a joy to share.
(all are unsolicited and shared for the love of the craft!)


1. Travelling Gnome Set, by Fee Vertelaine.
2. Pair of Hand Dyed Wool Felt Unicorns, by DebsSteinerDolls.
3. Wooden Carnival Set, Armadillo Dreams.
4. 12" Waldorf Doll, by Shorty & Steph
5. Hand Knitted Rainbow Birds, by Making Today Your Day.
6. Rainbow Peas in a Pod, by Fairy Folk.
7. Wooden Gnome, by Little Red Rory.
8. Angel Peg Doll, by Mama West Wind.

To see more collections of natural goodies, check out our 'labels' on the right hand side for all of the 'Waldorf' days of the week! ♥♥
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
I don't know about you, but I love toys.

Sort of like Sy Sperling wasn't just the President of the Hair Club for Men, but also a client.
That's me.
I make toys and I covet other people's toys.

Today I thought I would feature some of the amazing natural toys that have caught my eye in the past little while, and invite the kid in you to enjoy them, too!

1. Waldorf Wooden House, by Twig Studio Kids.

2. Guardian Dryad + Two Gnomes, by Rjabbinik.

3. My Village, by Syko.
4. Spinning Top, by Urban Turn.
5. Herb of the Month Club, by This Cosy Life.
6. Wool Snails, by Muddy Feet.
7. Custom Waldorf Doll, by Fee Vertelaine.

♥♥
Tuesday, 8 November 2011
I sort of love hedgehogs.

Over the past five years I have made them in a wide variety of ways...
Purses and pins...

Wobbly toys...

Itty Bitty Critters... (oh, the many itty bitty hedgehogs I have made!)
Playscapes...

and the Hedgehog Ball, still one of my best sellers. This picture shows the standard sized ball amid a prickle of much larger balls which are in the Please Touch Museum, as interactive toys in the Alice in Wonderland world.
But recently I hit a crisis in my hedgehog love.
I met one.
And while she was adorable to look at, holding her was particularly unpleasant, like cuddling a cactus.
Ugh.

So today I thought I would refuel my hedgehog passion by finding some sweet hedgies on Etsy to share.

1. Henry, the Embroidery Floss Holder, by Giggle Snort Society.
2. Hedgehog Booties, by Funky Shapes.
3. Hedgehog Pin, by Hana Letters.
4. Hedgie Finger Puppets, by BTRT.
5. Hedgehog Sewing Pattern, by Little Hibou Shoppe.
6. Pink hedgehog, by Chipmunk Cheeks.
7. Clay Hedgehog, by Iktomi
Monday, 24 October 2011
The colour for tuesday, in Waldorf/Steiner pedagogy, is red.
Today I had fun sifting through many imaginative and appealing nods to Little Red Riding Hood.
Enjoy!♥♥

1. Red Riding& the Wolf Waldorf Dolls, by The Hillcountry Dollmaker.
2. Organic Tshirt, by All Wild Co.
3. Little Red Riding Hood Embroidery Pattern, by Comfort Stitching.
4. Wrist warmers, by Sara Bell Knits.
5. Red & the Wolf, by Pokeberry Toys.
6. Three Piece Clay Set, by Adoro Me.
7. Sweet Miss Red, by My Little Niche
8. Two faced Wolf/ Grandmother Doll, by Ragamuffin Baby
Friday, 14 October 2011
Waldorf education emphasizes the importance of rhythm in the life of young children~ it regulates them and helps them to create meaning.  To aid in this process, each day of the week is assigned a colour, and the colour for Saturday is blue.


Be sure to check out our other Waldorf  weekday features (see the topic list on the lower right column) for lots of ideas to incorporate colour and rhythm into your days.

Enjoy these fabulous finds, all made with natural materials! Yay!♥
1. Blue Garden Gnome, by Stepzin.
2. Mistletoe Gnome, by Painting Pixie.
3. Sperm Whale w/ Waves, by Cedar Hill Heirlooms.
4. Blue Dolly Sweater, by Dolly's Favorite One.
5. Spinning Top, by David Turns Bowls.
6. The Cedar Doll, by Boolah Baguette.
7. Teal Blue Fairy, by Crunchy Family Rising.
8. Wooden Race Car, AE Wooden Toys.
9. Blue Horse, by The Mortimer Tree.
10. Blueberry monster, by Mama Roots.
Thursday, 6 October 2011
In Waldorf pedagogy the days of the week each have an associated colour, and the colour for Thursday is orange.
With Canadian Thanksgiving being celebrated this weekend, our minds are turning towards pumpkins...and pumpkin pie!  In my family, we eat our pumpkin pie with corn syrup on top... how do you like yours?!

Here are some wonderful, natural handmade pumpkins from Etsy to enjoy (without the corn syrup!)...

1. Pumpkin & Mouse, by Fairy Folk.
2. Orange Jack Be Little Pumpkin, by The Sitting Tree.
3. Pumpkin Baby Booties, by Pretty Little.
4. The Moon's Night Off, by Mama Kopp.
5.Owl Ornament/ Pumpkin Hat, by Sweet Bauer Knits.
6. Fall Fairy, by Boris Dolls.
7. Organic Pumpkin Hat, by Sweet Pea Pods.
Monday, 3 October 2011
In Waldorf education, each day of the week has an associated colour, planet and grain. Rudolf Steiner called rhythm the 'carrier of life' and by marking each day with a colour, something visual and evocative, we help young children tap into the rhythm of their days.


The colour for Monday is Violet. 
Enjoy these lovely handmade, natural dollies all found on Etsy.
1.  Anca, Waldorf Peg Doll, by Mama West Wind.
2. Pocket Baby Trio, by German Dolls.
3. Small Waldorf Cuddle Doll, by Fifth of a Nickel.
4.Purple Pixie, by Felting Dreams.
5.Miss Hyacinth, by Driaa.
6. Miss Lavender, by Henriette6
7. Heart Fairy, by Heartfelt Passion.
Friday, 30 September 2011
Today I took a moment to browse through my Etsy favourites... 
and thought I would share some of them with you!
Enjoy
 1. Make Your Bed,by Raw Art LetterPress.
2. Hedgehog, Lulu Bug Jewelry.
3. 3 pink + 2 red flowers, by Heaven's Earth.
4. Celadon Green Lace Serving Set, by Marci G.
5. Caroline Angel Folk Art Doll, by Cart Before the Horse.
6. Live in the Sunshine , by The Wheat Field.
7. Colorful houses, by Syko.
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
Rudolph Steiner, developer of the Waldorf educational philosophy, called rhythm the 'carrier of life' and assigned each day of the week with a colour.  The use of colour to mark the passing of days and weeks with young children is both effective and inspiring fo their work and play.

The colour for Wednesday is YELLOW.
Enjoy these warm, yellow and natural finds!


1. Steiner Morning Verse, by Raw Art Letterpress
2. Handknit Waldorf Doll Cardigan, by Lavender Lore
3. Gnome, by This Cosy Life.
4. Felted Acorns, by Fairy Folk.
5. Wool Felt Baby Slippers, by Soria Moria.
6. Bamboo Velour Baby Teether, by Enchanted Dandelions.
7. Amber Teething Necklace, by Amber 4 U.
8. Linen Snake, by Elisabeth Bentz.
9. Giraffe w/ Baby, by Pingvini.
10. Daisy Dog, by Yarn Miracle.

Enjoy ♥
Thursday, 8 September 2011
In Waldorf pedagogy the days of the week each have an associated colour, and the colour for Thursday is orange.  With autumn on its way, warm and rich oranges are a cinch to find for celebrating the day and the season!

Enjoy these lovelies!

1. Martina, a Waldorf Doll, by La Fiaba Russa
2. Wooden Mandala Puzzle, by the Puzzled One
3. Orange Velour Jacket, by Marali Creations
4. Wild Flame Waldorf Doll, by Gopita.
5. Autumn Leaf Friends, by Pokeberry Toybox
6. Fox Wool Finger Puppet, by Stay Awake
7. Little Mushroom Girl, Fine Art Photograph by Dovie Moon
8. Seed Pods w/ Wool, by Woolicious
9. Fall Seasonal Doll, by Wonderwul Annette
10. Pumpkin Baby Mittens, by Baruch's Lullaby

♥♥
Friday, 29 July 2011
Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises.
Pedro Calderon de la Barca

In Waldorf education, each day of the week has an associated colour, planet and grain.

Friday's colour is green.  Keeping a weekly rhythm of colour in season leads to all sorts of wonderful finds, and today I want to share with you some green.... not the colour but the concept!  These items are all repurposed and upcycled, in whole or in part,  from other items! Many of these are made by the artisans of Etsy's Natural Kids Team. (search: naturalkids team).
1. Cherry Blossom Faun, by Faerie Rebecca
2. Upcycled Wool Tree Crown, by Elemental Handcrafts
3. Upcycled Wool Woodland Cloak, by The Sitting Tree
4. Tree Branch Blocks, by Vermont Branch Company
5. Recycled Sari Silk Ribbon, by Design Talented One

6. Sweet Tabby Cat, by Driaa
7. Tropical Snail, by Eve's Little Earthlings
8. Recycled Mancala Game, by Mr. Hudon
9. Recycled Book Journal, by This Handmade Life
10. Crazy Felt Sheep, by Beneath the Rowan Tree

Enjoy!♥♥
{I have to say how much we love our recycled journals... Rowan fills them up and I save them with all of her art and writing.}
Monday, 18 July 2011
My daughter and I are heading out tomorrow for a three day camping trip.

This is our second annual 'Moms & Girls' trip~ begun last year to help our young daughters bond (and the moms, too!).  We live in a small town and they attend a small school and have been 'the girls' since about age 3, so it is valuable for us to work on group building and healthy relationships in an intentional and positive way.
Last Year at the Campfire

We have realized that unless they are taught how to relate, young girls are quick to mimic what they see in older girls and pop culture~ which is competition, exclusion, bullying.  Rather than leave them in the 'jungle' of girl meanness, we are hoping to give them the skills and confidence to work together through all the playground 'stuff'. This camping trip is a fun way to work and play together! 

Our particular challenge this week will be the 'three's a crowd' dimension (gosh, don't we ALL remember that one?!), as our 4th girl/mom cannot attend. 
We are stocked up on crafts, sunscreen, bug juice (it is Northern Ontario!) and marshmallows.
Glow sticks, bathing suits and bikes are at the ready.

To set the mood, I thought I'd dig up some fun, natural, camping themed goodies for you to enjoy on Etsy (many from the Natural Kids team :: search naturalkids) while I take a wee blogging break until week-end.

1. Needlefelted Campfire, by Chimera.
2. Woodland Animals (3 Piece Set), by the Wood Garden.
3. Wooden Bears (5 Piece Set), by Just Hatched.
4. Doe & Fawn, by Darial Vovsky.
5. Bike Safely Organic Hoodie, by handfull.
6. Children's Tent, by Dance in My Garden.
7. Reversible Organic Baby Shoes, by  Wee Pereas.
8. Camping Wooden Playset, by Armadillo Dreams.
9. Conifer Cone Cap Gnome, by Painting Pixie.
10. Bug Stuff, by B Noel Aromatics.

Have a great week, I'll be back on Friday if the black bears (note to self :: remind children that black bears are the ones that you try and scare off by being big and scary~ don't play dead!) don't eat us up... although I suspect our true danger will come from the blackflies, horseflies, deerflies and mosquitoes... ♥♥
Sunday, 19 June 2011
In Waldorf education, each day of the week has an associated colour, planet and grain.

Sunday is white. 
And at this time of year, it makes me think of dandelions.
I adore dandelions.
Unstoppable sunny yellows and wishy wonderful whites!
We chose the dandelion in seed for our logo/symbol for Daydream Believers.
And we make it a habit to seed rebellion everywhere we go (Rowan and I) by blowing the white puffs and spreading the seeds far and wide.

I recently read in a book, about a family who didn't blow the tempting white puffs, but instead strove to catch the seeds on the wind before they hit the ground~ each one being a fairy, and when you save her from landing on the hard ground, she grants you a wish, which she carries with her when you let her go.
We love it!

And here are some wishes for you from some wonderful Etsy artisans....

1. Sometimes When You Fall..., by Artibility.
2. Perennial Moment, by Paper Moth.
3. Make a Wish Tags, by Anista Designs.
4. One Wish, Natural Wooden Button, by Token & Pine.
5. Puffy Puffer Puffing, by nut & bee.
6. Dandelion Wish, by down above.
7. Dandelion Seeds Rubber Stamp, by Talk to the Sun.
8. Coin Purse, by Red Mush.
9. Possibility Custom Tee, by Daydream Believers.
10. Hand Embroidered Dandelion, by Blake's Work.

Make a wish! ♥♥
Tuesday, 7 June 2011
Ahhh! Features are colliding!
Today I was feeling wild and just crazy enough to combine two of my favourite features...

From the Heart features sellers I have found by looking at my 'hearts' (shops that have marked my shop as a favourite) and sharing their work.
Waldorf  [Day of Week] uses the colours assigned to the days in Waldorf education to shape a collection of items that, by their colour, help mark the rhythm of the week.
Today it is a mash up of the two.
Items from shops who have marked BTRT as a favourite and red items for Tuesday.
I think it is just crazy enough to work...
1. Custom Watercolour Art, by lulabies.
2. Wooden Little Red Riding Hood Set, by Armadillo Dreams.
3. Toadstool Trivet, by Little Wool.
4. Red Leather Satchel, by Automatic Sweetheart.
5. Trio of Heart Ornaments, by Pepper Genn.
6. Hot Air Balloon Gift Bags and Seals, by Sassyfrass.
7. Hand painted Strawberry Shoes, by boygirlboygirl designs.
8. Spring Dairy Farm, by BK Foster.
9.Personalized Narwhal Print, by Kranky Krab.
10. Super Hero Sock Monkey tee, by Crowsmack.
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