11.18.2016

etsy gift picks for kids.

I can't believe Thanksgiving is next week! I never put up my Christmas decorations until after Thanksgiving, but I like to start holiday shopping early so I can buy handmade items that might take longer to produce and ship. We got Vi a play kitchen from IKEA earlier this year, and I just bought her a set of 7 crocheted garden harvest veggies for Christmas. And then before I knew it, I was on Etsy for over an hour and I found a ton of cute gift ideas for kids. Here are my favorites:
I'd love to add this set of 6 apples and crochet donuts to Vi's kitchen. A stacking rainbow is a great way to teach a toddler colors and reinforce stacking skills. The wooden camera and tiger mask are great for pretend playtime. A wooden rocket rattle is a cute gift for a baby and it doubles as a teether. I LOVE these superhero handmade rag dolls -- blonde dollpatriotic doll (my favorite!), african american doll. Vi loves throwing balls around the house, so I think she would really like this wooden bowling pin + ball set (and you can personlize it with your child's name). Monster finger puppet would be a great toy to keep a child entertained in the car or on a long flight (these are really cute too!). Most of these items are made in the USA (the dolls are made in Hungary).

-xo-
Jillian
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  1. Love the personalized touches you can get from ETSY!! xo, Biana - BlovedBoston

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  2. okay those crochet doughnuts are the cutest things I've seen yet. I need those for Madelyn's stocking!

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  3. Those dolls are SOOO cute!! Thank you for sharing these ideas. They will help when I'm trying to find a gift for my nieces! :-)

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  4. LOVE all of your picks...so many cute things and you make me want a little girl all the more!! ;)

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  5. Oh my word, those super hero dolls are the cutest things!

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  6. Those dolls and crochet donuts are SO cute!!

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