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Here are a few cute little things I have found today whilst having the chance to have a quick look around.

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Etsy store, The Purkey Turkey make these cool door stops.  You will find a variety in cool vintage print fabric. They are bound to be a great accessory in a childs room.

 

Daks for Kids make a great range of pants in some funky prints.  The look so cool and comfy and perfect for those warmer days.

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How gorgeous are these embroidered baby shoes.  Made by Etsy seller Anneta they are created with reclaimed linen.

  avonlea

Also in the gorgeous Dick & Jane fabric is this sweet bib by Avonlea Designs.

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This cute little skirt is by Fraser & Lilly

 

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This week I have come across some fantastic items, so keep an eye out over the next fews, but here is a quick look at some of my favourites:

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1. Pedrosprout    2. Heart on your Sleeve   3. Little Brown Mouse

4.  Isoki 5.  Dan300  6. La la Baby  7. La la baby  8.  Little Brown Mouse

9. Ollie Rose 

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Whatyoumacallits, has some interesting, well whatyoumacallits! 

These cool gummy bear charms will help your childs bag stand out at school!

I love the colours these wipes containers come in. For some reason the make me think of lollies, or that may just be the diet I am on.  You can find them at Qteesdesigns

In Pedrosprout’s Etsy Shop  you will find the  most gorgeous baby shoes such as these lovely Apple Baby Booties.

 

Most kids don’t really like to eat the soap, but I think with these ones they may try to take a bite.  These novelty icecream soaps are by Funky Soaps.

Just the name of this site sounds yummy – Fairy Floss Creations.  They make a lovely range of hair accessories that look equally as great.

 

Tea 4 Two do a cute range of felt food and I discovered these little yummies on Made It.

 

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