Oh how I love these miniature tarot cards at the online shop TinyThingsAreCute.com. Each of the teeny tiny cards is 7/8″ wide x 1.5″ tall. I don’t even think I’d mind being dealt the dreaded “Tower” card if it was in this miniature cuteness form.
Why of course his name is Serge. He’s oozing with all of the charm and sophistication you’d expect in a cat named Serge. Made by Etsy seller raplapla.
Amazon.com just released its list of the best selling products of 2010. Amongst the list was this adorable baby teether. Not only is it adorable but it’s made from 100% natural rubber derived from the sap of the Hevea Tree.
The artist Charley Harper was known for his gorgeous stylized drawings of wildlife. These flash cards and memory game cards featuring his art are both beautiful and educational. A great gift for kids with parents who are especially appreciative of great art and design. Find them at Land of Nod.
I’m convinced that “konapun” toys were invented by Japanese toy makers to drive me into a cuteness frenzy and lure me to defect to Japan.
This konapun kit in particular is for making fake miniature soft serve ice cream cones, or “soft cream” as they call it in Japan.
Be sure to play it to the end so you can see them squeeze the ice cream out!
If you’d like to know more about konapun, check out my other blog post about it here.
Yeah, that’s a German dog poop-themed game alright (called Kackel Dackel). (via boingboing)
And since I know you want to hear those sound effects again, here’s another video of the game “in action.”
This bath toy lets you pretend you are making soft serve ice cream where the ice cream is really bubble bath foam! Fun! You can buy this at Rakuten.com.
A while back I wrote about this adorable vintage toy record player called Mighty Tiny. Well, here’s an adorable print ad for it I just came across on eBay. I neeeeed one!
Etsy seller asherjasper makes magnificently cute felted toys. Pictured above are some special Halloween-themed toys which are awesome enough to display all year round.