From sweet accessories for girls and fun activities for toddlers to prints to liven up bedroom walls, here are 9 of my favourite baby and kids gift ideas spotted on the interwebs this past month.
Sweet, simple and super cute – this adorable Parade and Company monochrome alphabet daschund pillow would make a lovely addition to a nursery or kid’s room.
I love these new season BowKnot designs from TopKnot Girl. The Watercolour Melons design is perfect for Spring and Summer!
Adelaide based Hustle Living has a great selection of kid’s prints currently on sale for $5 (A4) and $10 (A3). They make a fun and affordable way to jazz up a little one’s room.
For ages 2 and up, you can’t go wrong with an educational gift like this Space Numbers large and sturdy puzzle.
Life is better with sprinkles! This cute clutch from clever Kim at Zonkt Designs would make a fun gift for a tween (or big kid who still appreciates a bit of sparkle in their life!).
Adrian, owner of the lovely Wild and Whimsical Things, also moonlights as a paediatric physiotherapist so she knows her stuff when it comes to picking products that help develop skills for little ones. I love the natural look of these thick Lyra pencils and ÖkoNORM crayons. Adrian says “both are great for reducing fatigue in little hands because they have a thick diameter and need very little pressure to help produce very bright colours on the page. So little ones can focus more on developing the control of the pencil/crayon rather than it slipping out of their hand or their hands getting tired too quickly.”
Hold on to your ovaries ladies – how beautiful is this bub?! Even more divine when wrapped in this pretty Red Toile muslin blanket from Aussie label Plum Collections.
This stunning Mad Alice Jewellery sterling silver teddy bear necklace would make a special keepsake gift for any little girl.
Talented local Perth graphic designer Bec Gauci has created a stylish and modern selection of prints and homewares under the name Henry Lane. This Parts (DJ) print would make a fantastic gift for any music loving, tough to buy for teen. It’s the kind of special piece that can adorn a wall and be admired for many years to come.
Happy gift hunting!
Have you spotted any great gift ideas recently?