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On the Wild Side

On the Wild Side

Redoing a child's room in Jungle, Safari, or Rainforest Themes? Learning about wild animals? See the picks of the pack!

1) Anything that does double duty, I love. How about this Round the Savanna Safari Rug? Consider your playroom or children's bedroom decor done plus they've a clever new toy to stimulate imagination and creative play. Comes complete with wildlife!

2) Stamp-a-Scene Rainforest. Complete with 20 Wooden stamps, 5 colored pencils, and 2-color Stamp pad. Yowza!

3) Animals Deluxe Wooden Stamp Set includes 6 markers, 30 Wooden stamps, and 2 different 2-color stamp pads. Farm/Ocean/Pets/Safari animals make this a great learning tool for habitat studies.

Something Toucan Shout About!

4) If you haven't tasted Dave's Sweet Tooth Toffee I'm sorry to say but you are missing out. Coffee beans are grown in exotic places, right? That's how this mouth-watering Coffee Toffee makes the cut.

5) Here's the dish to offer your Toffee to your guests with. Composed of sand and earth, molded by hand, finished by fire, the process is so elemental to me. Wild. Wonderful.

More to Roar For!

6) While I live in a log home built by my husband, Robert, and my father-in-law my decorating tastes fall in the country french nook. However, with a Black Bear and Cub Jumbo plush animal as cuddly as these two I may reconsider.

7) Then again, this classic black and white Lemur is staring a hole in my heart. Would you please take him home?

8) When I saw this letterpress Bumblebee postcard, the state insect for Kentucky, I thought, "If an animal's work is both useful and delicious for my personal consumption, plus it can habitat in an outdoor chest of drawers or its own hive, can it still be classified as WILD?" I say YES. I can't imagine walking it around on a leash.

When the Lion Sleeps Tonight

9) & 10) These twin lap or baby quilts are handmade using printed safari scene printed panels accented by a log cabin block pattern. Quilted with sweet swirls and wild whirls, this pair perfects any nursery and warms all hearts.


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  • Marissa Hale
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