They make great additions to any set up and will inspire hours of imaginative play. Made from sustainable rubberwood and painted with safe non-toxic paints, these bunnies are sure to be loved by your child. Your children will love playing pretend games about their new bunny friends, and they'll be learning while they do it!
✓ Cute little wooden Bunny family - Dotty, Pip, and Benny
✓ Great addition to any dolls house or small world play
✓ Different colors and styles so they can fit into any world.
✓ No sharp edges or small pieces, so it's completely safe
✓ Made from sustainably sourced rubberwood
✓ Each toy is hand painted with non toxic paints
Let your child creates magical adventures with these cute bunnies.
A cute little wooden bunny family perfect for inspiring magical woodland adventures. Dotty, Pip and Benny are a happy little family. They live in a cosy burrow under the big oak tree at the bottom of the garden. Pip is always looking for adventure. Dotty likes to stay home with her mummy and daddy but she does like going on adventures too! Benny is a very clever bunny and can read books.
Purchase your very own Tender Leaf Bunny Tales today!
Tender Leaf is a company that creates wooden toys. They continually develop and grow products, which are engaging, endlessly entertaining, and perfect for little hands. All of the products are created and dreamt up by designer Danielle who then brings them to life with help from their factory friends who feel like family to them. They're fun to play with, completely safe and meet all safety standards before releasing them into the world.
Why are they made with wood?
Rubberwood is used for these because it's sustainable and refuses to crack under water or insect infestation. The wood is also smoother than any other type of natural resource.
How can I wash them?
Wash in warm soapy water before being allowed to air dry naturally. This will help remove dirt particles trapped within their porous surfaces.
Are the pieces safe for my child to put in their mouth?
It is not recommended that your child should put the pieces in their mouth because it could have sharp edges.