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Specializing in minimalist wooden climbing and dollhouses fit for babies and toddlers — Homi Baby is a “less is more” toy brand. With just two dozen or so different toy toys — they focus on what they’re good at and take it to perfection. Made by moms and dads in the USA, each toy comes with a parent to parent guarantee, and that’s a brand you can trust!
Utah’s home to some of the most delectably visually appetizing odd-shaped blocks made in America. These fun little geometric shapes are called rock blocks — a unique variation of tumi ishi wooden blocks — and they’re just as fun for kids at home as they are for adults in the office.
Adorned with a modern neutral pastel color palette — Flourish Company sends a metropolitan Salt Lake City feel to every corner of the United States. But cute and educational, these personalized name puzzles and counting boards carry early childhood learning objectives forward with visual appeal.
Grandpa Grump’s got style! Specializing in 100% hardwood quality puzzles — each piece features a range of natural wood tone from light-hued Baltic birch to dark-hued walnut. Multiple wood types handcrafted into a single toy — that’s two thumbs up in my book!
Made from maple, oak, walnut, purple heart, and zebra wood — yes, those last two are types of wood — Dutch Boy’s bringing you a line of simple yet timeless toys. Designed with Montessori principles in mind, each toy promotes early childhood development milestones.
Heirloom quality handcrafted wooden toys in redwood and pine — these durable play things are made to last for generations. Committed to children’s health and the environment, Wooden Giraffe Toys uses only the finest materials — right down to the finish. Beauty, simplicity, durability, safety, and tons of fun!
A local husband and wife Charles & Donna Cooley’s story starts with a love for woodworking, and turns into smiles for hundreds of children in difficult circumstances. The Happy Factory is a non-profit organization that makes then donates wooden toys to kids at the Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. Spread the love!
From the hoodoos of southern Utah come wooden stacking rocks as natural and the trails and rivers of the wild. Drawing inspiration from The State of Deseret’s big nature, Perched’s toys meticulously handcrafted into unique geometric shapes resembling stones you would find in the great outdoors.
La-di-dolls has been making dress up dolls since 1986. Available in 7-inch or 14-inches — you can pick your doll’s hair color and that’s where the fun begins! Since the doll’s bodies are flat, you can color and cut out your very own outfits — making for creative doll play with unlimited outfits.
Natural wooden toddler toys and baby keepsakes — personalized to make the memories last forever. Even if your little one is too small to play with it now, it’ll look adorable in the nursery until he or she grows into it. Wonderful wooden baby shower gifts!
Some call it a toy, some call it a sculpture. Eric Jacoby is an architect by trade, whose become fascinated with modern wooden toys and furniture made with baltic birch and stainless steel hardware — here’s a collection that blurs the lines between practical and playful.
Tiny Tim’s is how caring Utah citizens touch hearts all across the globe. It’s a charity making wooden toy cars and life-changing experiences for poverty stricken youth in every corner of the world. As the good people down at Tiny Tim’s say, “Every child deserves a toy and every person needs a purpose.”
Someone’s got a sweet tooth! Tracey Toys takes life’s little guilty pleasures and turns then into adorable wooden peg-style toys — from baked good to fast food here’s a fun-painted collection of wooden pretend food — simply irresistible!
Cute and collectable, Made By Banks takes the classic Waldorf-inspired toy style and adds their own modern touch of magic. Playing with these whimsical contemporary toys is like seeing the world in through positive pastel sunglasses.
I bet you never thought you could make your little one would make his or her very own wooden toys! Caravan Shoppe’s printables will teach your child how! Each item on their shop is a digital download — with a design PDF, a supplies list, and easy-to-follow instructions. Takes a Saturday afternoon to assemble your own wooden play toy!
Timber Rocks is a college side-project turned into a long-term passion business. With their simple and quirky geometric blocks — made using unpainted and unfinished raw poplar wood — they’re on a mission to make poplar popular again!
Wooden baby rattles with the most woodgrains in the land. She Turns Wood’s rattle-making process begins by selecting exotic woods that are both baby-safe and beautiful. With rich color tones and mesmerizing grain patterns — here’s America’s most unique baby rattle.