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Estella Baby Rattles #GiftIdea

Hi neighbors!

Here we have a perfect gift for those little babies on your gift list.  These adorable rattles by Estella are hand knit and so soft!  I really am impressed by how squeezable and soft these rattles are.

Rattles are often a first toy.  The Estella rattles are easy for little hands to grasp.  I really like the hole in the center of the rabbit for little hands to grab hold of.  They will stimulate your little one's motor skills and help them to explore sound.  These would make a special gift for a baby shower, holiday, or   anytime.

About Estella:
The owners, parents to three young children themselves, founded Estella in 2002 to introduce parents to a family of fashionably designed boutique clothes, toys and accessories for babies and toddlers. Its mission, then and now, is to continue exceeding customers’ expectations by creating beautiful, trendsetting products that will provide treasured memories for years to come! Find something fabulous today at

The Estella rattles come in shapes reminiscent of New York.  They have a yellow schools, a taxi, a train and a metro card.  You will also find a soft pretzel, a lavender purse, or a cute little bunny.  For the little sports fan there is a football or baseball.  Be sure to visit the Estella website to see the other shapes available.  They also carry many other baby toys and clothes.

What a cute addition to a gift basket these would make.  Add a few other items and tie a big bow on the handle.  Or attach one to the ribbon on a package.

Be sure to take a moment to follow them on their social media, so you will stay updated on new products.
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Estella has been kind enough to share a code for my neighbors to use for 15% off a $50 or more purchase.  Use the code: EST15OFF10  The code is good until December 15, 2014.

Thank you for stopping by today!  See you soon!


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