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Clockwork frog with excellent temperament. Would ideally suit young child 3-6 yrs for fun and good times!

12. June 2009

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Clockwork frog with excellent temperament. Would ideally suit young child 3-6 yrs for fun and good times!

Dylan the frog  fits in small pockets and is easy to wind up without overwinding.  If you would like to give a clockwork tin toy, Dylan Frog or  Ronnie comes recommended. As we all know frogs can jump really high, and Dylan has recorded a record jump on 18mm. Well done Dylan, great job! Size: [...]

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A clockwork cock for cockadoodleyoouuuuuuu.

6. May 2009

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A clockwork cock for cockadoodleyoouuuuuuu.

Kids love Ronnie . He’s full of life and bounces all over the place which they  really enjoy. He fits in small pockets and is easy to wind up without overwinding.  If you would like to give a clockwork tin toy, Ronnie comes recommended. I love him. The kids won’t put him down. What do [...]

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Have you seen Charlie the Sock Monkey? I think he’s hiding somewhere

2. May 2009

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Have you seen Charlie the Sock Monkey? I think he’s hiding somewhere

Charlie monkeys are fickle minded , curious about everything, especially things they have not seen or tried out before. Restless, creative, intelligent, strong, determined, full of endurance and stamina and have adventurous streaks in them, always on the lookout for new things to invent and new places to explore. Fear of the unknown will never [...]

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A classic tin toy robot that makes you go ahhhh.

28. April 2009

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A classic tin toy robot that makes you go ahhhh.

Bobbiput is from Space. Robots are usually really scary but he’s not. He moves really fast and has red ears and big feet and whizzy pointers on the belly. He is lots of fun. He makes a whirring sound when you turn his clockwork key. He wobbles forward, arms swinging. He’s blue and has smart [...]

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Boris Bear waited and waited for the ice cream man to come.

25. April 2009

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Boris Bear waited and waited for the ice cream man to come.

“Boris, the super cute bear was hanging out from the highest point on his search post looking for ice cream vans. He didn’t mind falling, he just wanted ice cream and lot’s of it!” Here’s all the guys hanging out after a few too many lemon and lime drinks later in the day. It was [...]

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Monty Bunny has an idea…

25. April 2009

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Monty Bunny has an idea…

“Monty decided that he would try and paint the fence at the bottom of the garden. The sight he saw from the top gave him and idea…” Crochet animals are super cute and I wanted to make some for Elsie Sparrow. I found a great book on Japanese crafts called Mr Funky’s Super Crochet Wonderful [...]

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Where can Bertie Bunny be?

25. April 2009

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Where can Bertie Bunny be?

“For the rest of the day, Tom and Bertie played together. When it was time to go indoors Bertie vanished. Where can he be?” Crochet animals are super cute and I wanted to make some for Elsie Sparrow. I found a great book on Japanese crafts called Mr Funky’s Super Crochet Wonderful which includes cool [...]

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How did little Wilf Monkey get up there?

25. April 2009

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How did little Wilf Monkey get up there?

“It’s too nice to be sitting indoors so we all decided to go climbing, but I got stuck on a branch in a rather awkward spot. Where’s Dad when you need him!” Crochet animals are super cute and I wanted to make some for Elsie Sparrow. I found a great book on Japanese crafts called [...]

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Knitted sandwiches are funalicious

21. October 2008

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Knitted sandwiches are funalicious

Knitted sandwiches are a great way to entertain the kids, especially outside where it doesn’t matter if they get sandy. They are so touchy-feely (can’t think of a posh word) and kids love playing with them and inventing games to act out. These fine examples include cheese and ham with a tomato, lettuce & onion [...]

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