Hobbies and Crafts: Making Your Own Toys

  • Key Benefits of Unfinished Wooden Toys to Retailers

    28 February 2022

    The high demand for wooden toys has gradually led to tough competition among retailers. Therefore, strategic sourcing is the only way to maintain a competitive edge. One area you can capitalise on when ordering wooden toys wholesale is to insist on unfinished playthings. However, many retailers are unaware that wholesalers sell unfinished wooden toys. Here are the key benefits of buying unfinished wholesale wooden toys for your retail store. Increased Demand for Unfinished Wooden Toys -- Parents and teachers understand that moulding a child's creative nature should start as early as possible.

  • 3 Custom Picture Framing Trends

    22 January 2021

    Most homeowners think that only significant features, such as chandeliers, unique tables, wall colour, plants and furniture arrangements, count in interior design. While it is true, it is crucial to understand that a little creativity can also go a long way in enhancing interior design. The right picture frames can transform your house's aesthetics. As with other interior design media, picture-framing trends evolve, and it is essential to keep up. Here are custom picture framing trends to watch out for.

  • A Great Way to Celebrate Your Children's Creativity

    20 September 2017

    When your child starts school, you will quickly become accustomed to the numerous art projects that are brought home on a regular basis. This artwork was created by your child, so of course you're going to love them, and there will always be something beautiful carried home and presented to you. Bold, bright colours with adorable depictions of various people and events—you'll want to hang them all up. Sure, many of them will end up on the fridge, safely secured under a magnet, but maybe you want to do something special to celebrate your child's artistic creativity over the course of the school year.

  • Guide On Replacing Teddy Bear's Lost Eye

    27 February 2017

    An elderly teddy bear that is played with often may lose his facial features over time. Eyes can go missing, leaving poor teddy looking decidedly forlorn. Unfortunately, replacing one eye is often difficult because it's extremely hard to find one that matches the remaining one. You could try asking a soft toy distributor if they stock spare eyes.  However it is usually easier and less hassle to simply replace both. Here's how to do it.