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Roy Toy Building Sets #GiftIdea



Hi neighbors!

Here is a really nice gift idea.  Roy Toy has natural, made in the USA wood building sets.  How many of you grew up with wood building sets?  My children loved them.  Here you have a wood building set that is totally earth friendly.  All the Roy Toy sets are completely interlocking and interchangeable.



The Roy Toy Log Cabin set I received comes in a 100% cotton duck bag, tied shut with a piece of twine.  The Earth Friendly Sets are available in a Club House, Tree House, Farm, Cabin and a Deluxe  250 piece Building Set.


They have several different collections to choose from other than the Earth Friendly.  You can also choose their Original Roy Toy Sets, ClassicBuilding Sets, Wood Links, and even Build and Paint Sets.  Here is a little information from Roy Toy:
We use only food approved dyes on our products. Not only is it morally wrong to contaminate children's toys with lead paint, but in the USA it is illegal. At Roy Toy we take our responsibility to manufacture safe and healthy toys for your children seriously.



About Roy Toy:
Roy Toy was established in the mid 1930's by one of the earliest pioneers in the wooden toy industry, Roy K. Dennison. Roy realized that there was an intriguing love for wooden construction sets, and that this excitement was had by both children and their parents.
Roy would often say, "There's no greater feeling for a parent than helping their child explore their own imagination". This became the inspiration for his classic log building designs. For these challenging sets, Roy used unique rectangular shaped logs with a tight notching fit leading to structures that wouldn't topple easily. The logs were hand-cut and honed to a realistic finish.
Roy filled the hearts of children and families with joy and wonder for nearly 30 years, until his death in the 1960's. At that time, the machines stopped and the doors to his factory closed. The machines were dismantled and stored with various relatives for close to 30 years.




Our Roy Toy Building Set will be a source of fun for years.  A child can build and use their imaginations with the set.  Traditional toys like the wooden building sets from Roy Toy are treasures. Just in a few moments we designed two different structures.  If you add another set or two the designs are almost endless.



Be sure to visit the Roy Toy site and take a look around.  The sets there make great gifts for children and grandchildren.  Be sure to follow them on their social media: Facebook - HERE.



Roy Toy has a few holiday specials running on their site right now.  They are also going to be sponsoring a giveaway, here At the Fence.  Someone will receive the same set we did.



Thank you for stopping in today!  See you soon!





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Comments

andrea v said…
The classic fort looks fun
Jennifer Wilson said…
I like the earth friendly farm.
Nancy said…
This is my favorite item from Roy Toy: 550-PC Deluxe Set. It is Item #99013.
Beth said…
I like the play green club house
latanya t said…
Earth-Friendly Farm
Unknown said…
I love the Classic Treehouse!

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