Monday, December 12, 2016

Gift Guide: The Milkshake

Via
Sugar, spice and everything nice.  Here's a list for all of the little treats in your life. 

For that tiny tee-shirt drawer - adorable duds from Cheerily.


For baby butts - the cutest. Fleece Hello Harem Pants from Von Bon. Don't miss all of their cute fabrics and patterns here.


For epic backyard battles - a small rubber attachment that makes any stick a mighty sword. Nature Sabre Sword Creator from Restoration Hardware

For little monsters - Bear Balaclava by Mini Rodini from Le Petit Organic
For little princes - Briar Handmade Pom Bonnet from Le Petit Organic.

For either - Fox Tail Scarf from Colette Bream on Etsy.


For flying - Wild Wings Dress Up Set from Land of Nod.
For chasing down matchbox cars - a retro-cool cruiser. Wooden Police Cruiser from Candylab Toys. I'm also loving their Americana Collection.
For organic babies - Radish Rattle from Boutique Little.


For more minimalist babies. Wood Baby Rattle from General Store.


For endless coloring - a massive (truly - 71" x 49") poster filled with delightful drawings of a city near you.  U.S.A./Paris/London/Berlin/Brooklyn/San Francisco/Los Angeles by OMY on Little. (I know some adults that would like this too)


For silver linings - a sweet little mobile. White Linen Cloud Mobile from Brika.


For adventures - Fjällräven Mini Kånken backpack from Nordstrom.


For rebels - Dino Hoodie from Design Life Kids.


For next-level friendship bracelets - a creative command station that partners with an iPad and associated app for some serious custom couture. iLoom available on Amazon.

For mixing in some magic - and because everything's better with glitter? Unicorn Snot from FCTRY.

For budding builders - because we know the box is the best part of any present. Makedo Cardboard Construction Toolkit from Uncommon Goods.

For bigger cardboard endeavors - Miley DIY House from MoMA.
For spicing things up - Hot Sauce Pillow from Ouef NYC.


For girls that are more future president than princess - Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

For keeping it cool - completely twistable, bendable, unbreakable rubber shades for kiddos. Bueller Junior Shades from Ro Sham Bo Baby. Looking for something a little more Top Gun? Try Babiators.


For a mini font-snob - a typographic take on the traditional magnetic alphabet (set includes two alphabets + 13 bonus letters). AlphaBits from Loodus on Etsy.
For keeping cozy - a super snuggly sleeper in the most wintery pattern. French Terry Jumpsuit from Winter Water Factory.




Finally for making sure that the little one's latest & greatest pics are on display at home (or at grandma & grandpa's) - a design-forward update to the digital photo frame that allows viewers to pre-program a variety of social channels AND video chat. Loop.




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