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Flopsy Rabbit Baby Hamper


Flopsy Rabbit Baby Hamper. Super cute Flopsy Rabbit accompanied by a cellular blanket and Sweet Treats

Gourmet by Design Milk Choc Vanilla Bean Rocky Road 200g

Organic Milk Couverture chocolate coats our handmade vanilla bean marshmallows and Queensland Macadamia Nuts.


Gourmet by Design Salted Hazelnut Brittle

Gourmet by Design Salted Hazelnut Brittle. Using all natural ingredients, including freshly roasted hazelnuts, this delicious salted brittle is highly addictive. Traditionally handmade in small batches in copper pots. No corn or glucose syrup!


Flopsy the Rabbit

Flopsy the Rabbit wears a lovely little scarf. Made from ultra-plush fabrics and child-safe trimmings, this toy from Jiggle & Giggle makes the perfect gift for toddlers and newborns. This cute little bunny also loves going on adventures, and can be carried around by its big floppy ears, which are the perfect size for little hands to hold.

Suitable for ages 0+
This toy is compliant with the European Safety Standard: EN71 parts 1, 2 and 10

Dimensions: 19 x 39 x 19 cm
Material: Polyester


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Rose Cotton Cellular Blanket

Rose Cotton Cellular Blanket. Lightweight and breathable, these gorgeous 100% cotton blankets are perfect to use in the cot or pram to keep baby feeling warm and cosy during their naps. Features tight weaves that won’t snag little fingers.


Charlie's Choc Chunk Bikkies

Charlie's Choc Chunk Button Bikkies are made with premium ingredients. No artificial colours or flavours. Buttery button biscuits loaded with real chocolate. These Button Bikkies are seriously delicious.


Adri's Gingerbread Mini Hearts

Adri's Gingerbread Mini Hearts, set of 3.  Adri's Gingerbread is handmade and hand decorated in Australia using local and imported ingredients. 40g


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Gourmet by Design Gift Box (this includes gift box, card, tissue wrap and outer carton)

Gourmet by Design Gift Box this includes gift box card tissue wrap and outer carton


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