I spied these crazy cute Christmas creations at the Camamiel Etsy store and decided that they were just way too adorable to keep to myself. Ana Camamiel is a master with felt, faux fur, and fabric and her designs are always so quirky and offbeat. I’m particularly smitten with the Pixielf with his big green glasses and sweet fuzzy hair-do. Check out the full collection here.
Looking for a last minute Christmas gift? This lovely Wishes and Dreams 2014 Charity Calendar will not only warm the heart of your chosen recipient, it will also assist in raising funds for Make-A-Wish Australia. The cost is $20 plus postage… money very well spent! You can snap one up online here.
Gosh, there’s only a couple of weeks until Christmas! Whaaaat!? With that scary thought in mind, I thought I’d give you an afternoon filled with holiday cheer, in the form of a new animated video by Treetop Sisters. It’s called Nicki and the Crew, and it has a swinging boogie woogie sound that is pure holiday fun.
Find out more about Treetop Sisters at their website, or purchase the new single via iTunes.
Happy Monday! Today’s feature is for all our lovely readers who have tiny folk in their lives who enjoy being wrapped and swaddled. The Organic Wrapping Sheet is a new addition to the Bubzidoo collection and is made in Australia from 100% organic cotton. It is designed to grow with your child, and as you can see, our little model Charlie seems to be enjoying the experience!
We asked Charlie’s mum to share her opinion on the Bubzidoo wrap:
I was skeptical of the white sheet when it came out of the package, especially since it is a different shape than the square swaddles that I used with both my kids. It was surprisingly ‘grippy’ though and when I wrapped up Charlie and just tucked the fabric under him, he was pretty well pinned down and just laid there and giggled.
I think it should come with some instructions (illustrated folding examples) as all other swaddles on the market (and advocated by the maternal health nurses) are large and square and I wasn’t sure how to wrap his feet. However the fabric is right on. It’s lightweight so I wouldn’t hesitate to use it in summer and the way it clings to itself makes tucking it in to stay a breeze while bub gets the wiggle room allowed by the stretchy weave.
Bubzidoo Wrapping Sheets are 2 meters long, providing plenty of room to wrap older babies.
You can purchase the Bubzidoo Organic Wrapping Sheet online for $43.90.