Sphero’s BB-8 Toy: The Droid For You

The brand new BB-8 droid has taken the internet in frenzy. When the droid was first introduced, it had die hard Star Wars fans drooling over it. Disney and the famed robot making company, Sphero, merged their efforts and created the adorable, hands-down the best droid so far the BB-8. The droid was first seen at IFA in Berlin, Germany.
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Carla Morrow is pleased to announce the launch of “Little Wings Baby Dragon” Plushie toys STRETCH GOALS on Kickstarter

Carla Morrow is pleased to announce the launch of “Little Wings Baby Dragon” Plushie toys STRETCH GOALS on Kickstarter
Carla Morrow of DragonLadyArt has launched a successful campaign on Kickstarter already hitting over 105% of her goal with a further 16 days to go – however that’s not the end of the campaign – Carla has stretch goals to hit, that will unlock new and larger than life Little Wings Dragon Plushies

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An ADORABLE, cuddly baby dragon plushie for you to hug and love! Brought to life from the world of Little Wings Dragons by Carla Morrow

The first collectible art plush to be kickstarted into production will be “I can haz Fairy… NOM NOM NOM”. He is made from super soft minky fabric for extra cuddlyness. All of his features such as eyes and spots are embroidered, so he is safe for all ages, and with wire pose-able wings, he is extra expressive! At a large, full 12 inches tall, and almost 12 inches from front to back he is the perfect size for Hugs of any type!

With great perks available as part of the campaign including:
• PDF colouring book with 1 digital background
• Exclusive mini prints
• And of course PLUSHIES!
Check out the Little Wings Dragons Collectible Plushie crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter at:

Remember to support the campaign to receive your exclusive collectible plushies while they are still avaiable.

Carla Morrow, Artist and owner of DragonLady Art Studio announces her first plush collectible doll based on her world of mischievous baby dragonlings called the Little Wings Dragons. She has been painting watercolors from this world since 2008, and is now working with a plush studio
Morrow has been venturing through the art world since 2006. Using watercolor she creates visions of dragons and other mythical creatures that roam the depths of her imagination. She has sold her artwork at art shows, renaissance fairs, and conventions both locally and abroad. Sharing her ideas and selling her work is a real passion for her, though most of her paintings are more on the serious side of the fantasy spectrum.

Let’s play with DingDong Review

When your kids show signs of interest in music, then you can help nurture their curiosity with an app for their Android device. While it is true that you can find a lot of music app out there, but when it comes to functionality and features, there are only a few apps that can rival Let’s play with DingDong app. With this nifty little app, it will help nurture the creativity and imagination of your kids. In fact, once you try it, you won’t be surprised if you consider it as the best in its genre. If you want to know more about Let’s play with DingDong app, then you are in the right place as we will explore and review the specific android media app.DingDong Read the rest of this entry »

This Halloween, Use 3D Powerpoint Trix Scare Your Friends By Turning Your Picture Into A Animated Scary Ghost Pic

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The best FPS game controller

There are a lot of toys for gamers out there. The market is quite lucrative, but are there any controllers that actually deserve your attention?delta six

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The Ultimate in Custom Lego Weapons from MBW

Believe it or not, Legos are the most popular toys ever created. From the very young to the very old, everyone can enjoy playing with and creating with these durable plastic blocks. Read the rest of this entry »

Kidults, who are they?

Kidult, a handy abbreviation of the terms kid and adult combined, is a grown-up caring about his inner child. Kidult is a fun and playful individual with a desire to always live young and feel young.

They like watching cartoons on a Saturday night, gulping down gummy bears and strawberry milkshakes. Kidults are proud as LEGO collectors who are more than willing to compete with little kids for the latest Simpsons mini-figures. They would go crazy after the new Batman Adventures Batman action figure that just came out. It doesn’t mean they are immature and refuse to grow up. These people are responsible adults who seek to have a little fun in their lives, who are still young at heart. Read the rest of this entry »

Why Choose Eco-Friendly Toys?


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We all know kids are hard on their toys, they get thrown, they get chewed and they get stepped on on a regular basis. Finding toys that are durable enough to withstand childhood is a tough prospect, but today we are getting the option of toys that are not only durable, but eco-friendly as well.

Why choose eco-friendly toys? Well, who wants their child chewing on potentially toxic plastics? Kids will chew, drool on and manipulate their toys so knowing that no PVC’s or BPA is added to the plastic means that your child isn’t running the risk of getting poisoned through their toys. These things are regularly found in regular plastic and vinyl toys.

Another great benefit of eco-friendly toys is that you don’t have to sacrifice the ‘cool’ toys or the cool colours. Today, Green Toys has a great line of cars, trucks, fire trucks and even a recycling truck that are all made out of 100% recycled milk jugs. They also have dinner ware and cooking sets for your budding chef to create with made the same way… safely. All of their products are produced in bright vibrant colours and are strong enough to withstand childhood all while not containing any toxic chemicals or external coatings that can lead to a variety of health problems down the road. Read the rest of this entry »

Choosing Soft Toys for a Baby – Safety First

English: A photograph of 3 teddy bears.

English: A photograph of 3 teddy bears. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Parents with small babies usually shop for toys in the market so that the baby starts recognizing colours and shapes at an early age. Some parents start collecting toys even before the birth of the child. In a way this is good as they can shop for toys in a relaxed manner, as after the birth of the child both the mother and the father will be fully occupied looking after the child. Parents have to consider one important thing regarding safety before selecting toys from a shop. Parents should be extremely careful with respect to providing toys to the baby that will not harm the baby by causing allergic reaction on their tender skin, causing rashes.

There are a number of branded soft toys available in the market that are perfectly safe for the baby. But there are toys in the market place that are coloured with slightly toxic chemicals, which can be harmful for the health of the baby. Parents should always opt for soft toys which are coloured using organic and natural compounds rather than with these toxic chemicals. Read the rest of this entry »

Wooden Toy Barns And Toy Horse Stables

Wooden rocking horse

Wooden rocking horse (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Children have imaginations and that is what stimulates the brain. Wooden farm toys help with this imagination. Many of today’s toys limit imaginations and also seem to be focused on batteries and many seem geared toward violence.

Wooden barns and unique wooden horse stables, stockyards and horse shelters are unique with gates that open, chains that open and close. Wooden farm toys are numerous too from tractors, hay wagons, balers with bright yellow straw bales and green hay bales.

What child wouldn’t like to have an elevator with bales that has a working crank to put the bales up in the old fashioned hay mow of an Amish built hip roof barn? There are mini barns, ranch barns, A-frame barns and hip roof barns to choose from. Read the rest of this entry »