Little Sapling Toys Review

Little Sapling Toys :: My Top Picks :: $6+ :: as featured on Gifts with Bows #giftswithbows #GWB #littlesaplingtoys

1. Personalized Camera $42 | 2. Memory Game $26 | 3. Personalized YoYo $6 | 4. Bowling Game $26 | 5. State Teether $12 | 6. Bow Teether $12

Hailing from Hunstville, Utah, Little Sapling Toys is less than 10 years old and it’s already the front runner in toy sales on Etsy. But what’s really cool about this shop is that it’s a family business focused on more than what they produce in their wood shop. Their concern for the health and vitality of the planet has inspired them to plant a tree for each toy sold. Having said that, they prioritize the quality of their materials and the developmental value of their toys for growing kiddos. Plus, they offer laser engraving so that you can personalize your gifts for an extra special touch.

I picked out some of my favorite toys and teethers in their shop, but there are literally dozens of adorable options and I insist you browse them all. There is a darling selection of teethers and rattles ready for your next baby shower, ride-on on toys and push cars for toddlers, and games for older kiddos.

Little Sapling Toys is offering Gifts with Bows readers a special 10% discount on an order from their Etsy shop until August 31, 2015. Use discount code GFTWBWS10 at checkout!

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Oh and FYI: this is not a sponsored post, and as always, all opinions are my own.


Birthstone Rattle by Grimm’s Spiel & Holz

Heirloom Wooden Toys :: Birthstone Rattles :: $19 :: as featured on Gifts with Bows #giftswithbows #GWBShake, baby, shake! A perfect addition to her baby shower basket.

Or gift it to the birthday baby turning one– who knew a teething toy could be as elegant as it is functional?

Buy here for $19

Note: Grimm’s Spiel & Holz have been crafting unique and distinctive natural wooden toys since 1978.  Speech and occupational therapists are big fans of this European brand that focuses on sensory perception, textures and gorgeous woods such as alder, maple and cherry. Take comfort in their non-toxic and water-based dyes and vegetable oil finishing. I also admire their environmental policy to use green electricity sources and minimal packaging– lovely.