What a great change of pace it is for me to write about blabla Kids. I picked up blabla as a Mommy Footprint sponsor when I asked them to send me two backpacks to review for my girls. I had long been a fan of the blabla doll designs from seeing them in local stores, the designs created by co-owner Florance have an old world, European, and earthy style. With doll designs including raccoons and fox animals and because they are made with locally grown cotton in Peru…they are very soft and come in very fun sizes. The only thing I’d change about the dolls is that they’re stuffed with polyfill rather than a wool or cotton. I know this would increase the price point, but I love a natural stuffing.
This review is about the blabla backpacks and they are the cutest ones around. Combining the fantastic blabla designs with functionality and a great story behind the manufacturing of blabla products, these backpacks are as cute online as in your hands. When the girls received their blabla backpacks they just squealed and have been packing them full of treasures every since. They are very easy for young children to put on themselves and easy to open with the zipper. They have been knit by Peruvian artists and are very soft and amazing quality. Check out a few of the backpack designs and a snapshot of a blabla collection:
A snapshot of the range of products blabla offers:
With Easter coming just a hop, skip, and jump away – keep your eyes on blabla Kids because they are releasing new designs April 1 that have a dreamy, Spring feel. They have simply adorable bunny dolls, knit rattles & food, backpacks and clothing to help you reduce the standard cheap chocolate and plastic Easter treats this year! To easily keep track and be notified of the new designs, join the blabla Kids Facebook fan page.