Welcome to the third in our series of Christmas Gift Guides. If you missed our 0-1 and 1-2 guides do check them out. 2-3 year olds are..
Ages five to seven are an interesting time as kids often start asking for random stuff that they’ve heard about through their mates..
I have just been checking out The Museum of London shop and this wooden London play set. It features some of London’s most famous..
I am a little bit in love with Fine Little Day. By little, I mean, quite a lot. I could spend a fortune in there. But what really caught my..
Designed by Michaela Horáčková, this little Czech town of nine different-sized houses made from a mix of white and brown card and..
These German toys have been around since 1914 and certainly have stood the test of time! The snap together elements made of wood, leather..
We do love Mr Printables here and this glorious peg dollies and cardboard animals and vehicles tutorial is from their archives. I adore it..
Oh my. This is divine. We have all been having a serious swoon session at the QUBIS HAUS by Amy Whitworth here at BG. The clean, modern..
Lay-n-Go is a great idea. It’s an activity mat which allows you to clean up in seconds and also serves as a portable storage..
As if there were not already enough reasons to subscribe one of BG’s favourite reads, Anorak magazine, here’s another one to..
Although I’m featuring this as an activity for the kids, I’d quite like to have a go at my family myself! This is a fair trade..
When I was little I truly believed fairies used walnut shells as boats. I mean, why wouldn’t they? So seeing this image..
I am soooooooo excited about new shop The Kid Who (thanks for the tip off, Kat). Not only does it stock some cool brands even I’ve..
I love this idea. Take one small Expedit unit from Ikea add some wallpaper and you have a super cool dolls house. With the unit only..