This lovely little gift set consists of tag blanket, bib and bunny eared ring teether, all lovingly hand made to create a special first Christmas gift.
Your order will be lovingly packed in tissue paper and presented with a gift card.
Your item can be sent direct to the recipient.
All items feature navy and green coordinating cotton fabrics with contrasting dark teal plush backing.
Beautiful textures for little hands to explore.
All items are made with quality OEKO-TEX certified fabrics, triple stitched for safety.
All items are washable at 30 degrees
Ears can be removed from the wooden ring for washing.
Note – as with all teether toys always supervise baby when giving the teething ring. It is designed to be explored and chewed.
If preferred the wooden ring can be plain (no writing)
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Expected Dispatch Date
Ronnie's Creative has indicated that the item should be dispatched on Tuesday 30th Nov 2021 if you order now.
Please note this is an estimate only. Delivery times can average 2-3 working days as advised by the Royal Mail, however delays can happen from time to time with fluctuating mail volumes and transport disruptions.