Posts Tagged ‘Made It’


Recently I came across the Made it store of Badskirt.  I was instantly drawn to the name and wanted to check it out, and when I did I discovered some cute softies.


These kiwi birds are just too cool.  Not only are they a unique design, but they are in lovely bright funky colours as well.


Cloth blocks are a great toy for babies.  Nice and squishy they are great for them to touch and feel.  I know my baby would love throwing these around.


These little dachshunds are another gorgeous little character that Badskirt has created and they are ever so cute!


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Bunting, flags and garlands are a fantastic and inexpensive way of decorating a child’s room.  Designs and styles are endless and they look great on a wall or across a window.


Made It seller Zippy Zippy even has a cool range of name garlands.  Perfect for that room, or you could even have one custom made for a birthday party.


Don’t forget to check out Jacqueline’s store on Made it to see the great variety.


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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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Today I came across this gorgeous wall art by Mellimoomoo.  I don’t know about you, but Golden Books were a big part of my childhood.  So much so that I have collected them for my children.  The Saggy Baggy Elephant has always been a favourite.


This handpainted artwork is by Made It seller Krumpet and is a sweet addition to any room.

Of course Etsy was a wash with beautiful artwork and I had trouble only picking a few.  As soon as I spotted this one from tsktsk I instantly pictured a gorgeous girls room in crisp white with red and blue highlights.

I have looked at Tummy Mountains works many times.  There is just something about those little characters that draws you in to want to see more.  


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I couldn’t go past these gorgeous bobby pins from Heart on Your Sleeve.  In pastel colours, they look good enough to eat.

Lisa from Giggle ‘n’ Groove also makes the most fantastic hair bling and has a huge range.  It was a hard task to only pick one.

Want to jazz up your babies hairless head?  Then how about one of these?  From Made It seller Precious Lil Things, your baby is sure to be noticed.  They come in all shapes and sizes.

Normally we wouldn’t be too keen on having bugs in our children’s hair, but I think you will agree these are the types of bugs anyone would like.  From OzeBaby seller Boutique Ribbons, they come in a great variety of bugs.

Check out the detail in these lovely felt clips made by Etsy seller Siiri

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To get the ball rolling, I would like to introduce you to Knitspirations .  These booties are fantastic, and as the owner of a couple of pairs, I can definately recommend them.  You can find some of Jen’s booties on WAHmania.

How snuggly does this scarf look?  By Etsy seller Artish it is definately a unique little scarf, it even has little “hello kitty” beads knitted into it.

Shazza from Shazza’s Knits also does some great works and I found this flapper style hat on Made It , a great place to buy handmade Australian items.





Here is a selection of more knitted goodies, all found on Made It which is a treasure trove for these goodies.

Left to Right – Pompomfrieda Booties, Sheeps Clothing Beanie, Tilly the Pig by Mydogzac, Belkemp Knitted Pinafores

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