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Taututina Bookends Review




















Hi Neighbors,

I would like to share another company with you. It is Taututina, (Happy painted gifts for a happy lifestyle.). Tatutina carries many different kinds of painted wood products, but I was able to review a set of bookends. They are adorable! We received the Yellow Dog Bookends. ($32.00) My daughters love them. They are sturdy and durable. They should last for years. This set would be appropriate for either boys or girls. The dogs are yellow with a bone in their mouth. The bookend frame is blue and on the front they say "Woof" with 2 little paw prints. Since I received my bookends Taututina has come out with several other new bookends, so you are sure to find one that matches the decor of your child's bedroom. The Baby Teddy Bear Bookends come in either blue or pink.





Perhaps you would be interested in their Crayon Caddy on their Art page!




They have some really cute recipe boxes ($25) too. I know that my daughter who loves to cook would enjoy one of these.


Or perhaps you are interested in a place to keep all your takeout menus (The one pictured below is $28 but they vary in price). Then you might like their Takeout Menu Boxes.


Another item they carry is 7 in. letters ($6 each), so you can put your child's name on the wall. You have several choices in design.

The Taututina Story:

Our family, company and story...

"Tatutina, Inc. started in 1979, in the basement of our home in Massachusetts. Barbara Ottmar, Founder and artist starting hand painting her designs on children's t-shirts, sweatshirts and other garment items. After several years, we opened a small retail store that featured our signature hand painted shirts as well as children's wooden products, greeting cards, original art, and anything we could get our hands on and paint with our fun designs and colors! We also started wholesaling our products to stores in New England and then across the US. Tatutina is now a mother-daughter company: Barbara along with 2 of her daughters: Georgia Florena, artist/product development and Roberta O'Neill, manager of the business. Together, along with their dedicated team of customer service, quality suppliers and vendors, this little company that started in a garage has grown to small business that produces a full line of products for children and adults."


So take a trip over to Taututina's website and see if they might have something that catches your eye!

Disclaimer:I received no monetary compensation for this review. I did receive a Set of Bookends for review purposes only. All quotes are taken from the Taututina Website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.

Comments

Aileen said…
Check out the dog treat boxes. They are adorable.
arobimom at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
These are really cute...great for a child's room!
Those are adorable my daughter would LOVE them!

heatheranne99 at gmail dot com

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