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What's New, and, Well, Natural from the Natural Kids Team on Etsy

Natural Kids: What's New, and, Well, Natural from the Natural Kids Team on Etsy

Monday, March 7, 2011

What's New, and, Well, Natural from the Natural Kids Team on Etsy

Welcome! Today I'm going to continue my trek backwards through the alphabet to bring to you the most yummy treasures, which are handmade with natural materials from...yes! the Naturalkids Team on Etsy!

 Danielle is the creator behind Princess Nimble Thimble dolls.  She hails from St. Louis Missouri and features little hand sewn bendy dolls made from wood, and wool. They are small but mighty and incredibly cute.

There are few listings in Danielle's shop, as they sell out quickly. Check in for her stocking calender and see when the new arrivals will be...arriving! Here is her  Birthday Party Bendy Doll    

When you visit Pretty Dreamer, you will be asked to remember your days of wonder..."that five year old self that managed to stay with you through the years ... at the heart of toymaking is a giving life to the cherished plaything. I hold an image of many far away workshops and kitchen tables in close and distant lands where love and imagination shaped a wonderful plaything..."

She makes her handmade Waldorf-inspired and classic wood toys, art toys, home decor and housewares from materials that are carefully chosen and non-toxic.. And they are always "Lively, useful, colorful, simple - for home and play.  Here is her Golden Egg - Fairy-tale inspired beeswax candle.

Dayanra of Pin Pon  is a native Chicagoan, who studied art at Columbia College. As a former Early Childhood Educator, she understands the need for open-ended play, simplicity, and nurturing in a child's life. "Inspired by the Spanish lullaby my mom sang to me as a child I create one of a kind, original playthings for the young and young at heart."

In her shop you will find soft dolls, wooden toys, and imaginary friends made of natural and re-purposed fabrics, mostly cottons, wools and linens. They are all stuffed with cotton.

Here is Barry the Polar Bear


Pinkhouse Handworks is the dream of Janice Kearley, who came upwith the name years before opening her shop. "The birth of my first child in November 2007 has made the business a reality. After being a Montessori guide in Austin, Texas for 10 years, I left my classroom to be at home with my daughter."       She makes "Montessori Baby Toys" from wood and cotton, which are appropriate for all babies and can be appreciated by Montessori and non-Montessori families alike...Here is her Wintery Blue soft Circular Rattle/Teething Ring .

That's it for this week....from rattles to bendy dolls, from beeswax to stuffed polar bears, it is a pleasure to bring you all the new treasures from these fine crafts folk/artists. 

Please visit again next Monday as we make our way through the alphabet, featuring all the wonderful members of the Naturakids team on etsy! Til then, I invite you to browse all our wonderful shops.

Creatively yours,

Rebecca aka Nushkie

 

 

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2 Comments:

Blogger germandolls said...

That bendy doll is so precious! What six-year-old wouldn't love it!

March 7, 2011 at 6:46 AM  
Blogger mrsbeccijo said...

I love that number six girl!!!

March 7, 2011 at 5:12 PM  

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