Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Sister's Market

For those in Melbourne, come along to this fabulous little market! Make sure you drop by and say hi to us at the Mudd Kids stall.

St Kilda Town Hall
Cnr Carlisle St & Brighton Rd St Kilda
Saturday 6th March

Monday, February 22, 2010


How superb is the "Go Natural" shoot, featuring eco friendly bamboo, soybean and organic cotton fabrics!

We were lucky enough to have 3 of our items featured within the shoot.


WOW, what an issue.

See our Sustainable Golden Book Journals featured on p30. These journals are made from a vintage Little Golden Books, spiral-bound by a professional book binder.

They have approximately 50 blank pages, salvaged from a printer's off-cuts.

The original pages are randomly inserted throughout the journal.

The cover is slightly worn, adding to the charm of this iconic little book, in some cases, they include the previous owners name.

Exclusive to Mudd Kids

Then there is p55 features which our Funky Eco Blocks. These are double sided blocks, using maple hardwood off-cuts for the block sets, which means taking the leftovers from a flooring company, so that the pieces get used instead of getting thrown out..

There is also a country theme, in addition to this city theme. They fit into recycled cardboard box printed with doodles of rooflines...

Cute for display as well as hours of fun!

Also exclusive to Mudd Kids

Thanks shop 4 Kids!

Mother & Baby Double Page Spread

Mother and Baby Magazine's "bottoms up" double page spread, featured our very cute Bamboo ruffle nappy covers being modeled(which as a result have almost sold out)

Australian Natural Health Magazine

How excited to be featured in 2 consecutive issues!

Our famous Click Clack cars got a lovely review.

And well deserved as they are Australian owned and designed, and with a motto of:

Tomorrow’s world is important… and we have decided to start making a difference today.

Click Clack cars are made from plantation beachwood, 100% recyclable plastics used and with water based paints. They are ideal for those little hands and inquisitive minds. Every part of the Click- Clack car is used — there is nothing to throw away as the packaging doubles as a garage!