New goodies perfect for Christmas have arrived in-store... Like happy little elves, we are ready to help you find the most amazing pressies to put under the christmas tree this year!
Standing tall, proud and festive like a christmas tree, the Sid S/S T Shirt oversees our wide range of beautiful new toys, clothing and accessories to delight your little munchkins this holiday season.
A manger full of beauties... we are delighted to introduce Numero 74's decorative Luna Crowns, Star Wands, Hanging Star Garlands, and buntings with tinkling bells. La De Dah Bunny Snuggle Cushion sleeps soundly in the comfort of our Uimi blanket and Toshi sheets, but our collective favourite croon-worthy item is the Down To The Woods 'Wee Poppet' bamboo bassinet.
If you love the bassinet as much as we do, call us on (03) 5261 6738 to arrange $50 shipping anywhere in Australia. We can ship any other of your fave items for $4.95 within Australia.
Floating like christmas angels, the Sid S/S T Shirt and Blueberry Hills S/S T Shirt call "pick me, pick me" in our beautiful christmas window, under the O.B Designs crochet bunting and Numero 74 tinkling bell bunting.
We've got gifts to keep creative minds and hands active this summer; explore the globe with a huge range of Hug a Planet's, spend a crafternoon making cool stuff with our variety of Seedling packs, spark their imaginations with the Fairy Door or snuggle up with our favourite crochet toy; La De Dah's Ava Unicorn.
Calling all budding paleontologists! Our new range of Numero 74 includes a series of felt dinosaurs that are the perfect stocking filler, along with crochet rings, hair clips & pirate eye patches (not shown). Pop in to find all the coolest bits n' bobs for your family and friends.
Complete your christmas decorating theme with our stunning Scandi tree topper angel and star, handmade and painted Matryoshka Nesting Dolls, Down To The Woods felt bauble garlands, and whimsical toadstool ornaments to add to your festive flavour.
Be sure to visit our store if you're in the Torquay area this December.