Esthex and the new Blue Limited collection


The first Open House story I did on BKids was with Esther from Esthex…you know that super fun toys label from the Netherlands. Esther designs all her lovely creatures herself keeping her own childhood drawings in mind. Eshter told me about two recent events: one is her new fantastic Blue Limited line…a cool makeover for some of the excisting esthex friends in nice denim….my favorite fabric at the moment (perhaps you remember this post) and she opened her own online shop, of course there are still many webshops that cary the Esthex products but you can now ordere directly form the site too.

..Esthex online shop..

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