Baby girl has sooooo many toys. Too many in fact! So when we were asked to review one of Kiddiewinkles Toy Basket I had a lightbulb moment. This would be perfect to keep her toys and bits under control. Hopefully my living room will be a bit more clutter free.
I have been on the look-out for something like this toy basket for a while to help me keep the place tidy, but I haven’t found the right one. With her only being 20 months old and still falling around, I didn’t want anything with sharp edges.
This one is exceptionally good and of high quality.
This fantastic Red Star Toy Basket is from Kiddiewinkles. It arrived folded up as they are rather large, but it sprung out perfectly into its correct size.
It’s cotton quilted and measures 50cm diameter x 40cm high. With a 78 litre capacity and two strong handles either side for transporting. You can wash it at 30 degrees, but I prefer to use a damp cloth.
I love the soft flexible edges which make them perfect for storing all sorts of items such as, unusually shaped toys, cuddly toys, towels and bedding.
Baby girl has even gotten in it a few times!
As you can see from the photo below she loves to empty it out, I’m still trying to teach her to pick it all up again though!
Kiddiewinkles have many different designs available for you to choose from. From stripes and gingham to of course the stars. Plus you can choose your colour.
What I like best is the personalisation. You can choose a name or phrase – whatever you like! One thing I will mention though is that you don’t get to choose the colour of the text for the personalisation. I think I would have liked a darker colour for the text as the white text with the white stars doesn’t show up as well.
You can choose to buy the toy basket non personalised from £25.00 or if you want that personalisation it’s £40.00.
The Kiddiewinkles toy baskets would make excellent gifts for newborns, christenings, birthdays and Christmas. Plus they do have matching items available on their website.
Thanks for stopping by today.
*We were sent this toy basket in exchange for this blog post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.