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Architecturally designed fine wood toys born from the mind of artist and architect Steven W. Hurd, Westwork Designs combines his childhood memories playing with blocks with his design skills to create a limited edition series of architectural building blocks — large toy wooden blocks used to construct toy buildings.
Totally unique Reggio Emilia inspired handmade sensory pouches — to get your little hands on exploring shapes, textures, colors, and sound. Start your baby’s loose parts learning early — with baby sensory pouches as a safe way for your little one to interact with the world around them.
From a Wonder State artist and peg doll painter comes a line of wooden peg dolls — that’ll put a smile on your face and help your little one learn. From quirky pop-culture inspired pieces to peg doll sets to teach your child about nature’s wonder — here’s a hand-painted peg doll shop spreading positive vibes.
On a mission to create healthier lives for your family, Olive Branch creates heirloom-quality non-toxic wooden toys using materials that are good to the planet and safe for your home. The hardwood they use is locally sourced native to Arkansas, and even their packaging is degradable.
Old-fashioned wooden toys made in Arkansas’ Ozarks — from mixed hardwoods: cherry, black walnut, and white oak. These toys will take you on a trip back to a simpler time! I’m so impressed by their wooden marble maze blocks! I’ve never seen a toy like that before, and sometimes you just can’t beat the classics!