My Mummy's World : Gifts4Gifts Toy Tidy Review

Friday, 23 August 2013

Gifts4Gifts Toy Tidy Review

Our house is just filled with toys, its hard to imagine how many toys one child can have but as Jack is the only grandchild on both of our parents side he occasionally does get spoilt. Just after Jack's first birthday, he had so many I had to invest in a cabinet to store all the toys in, however they seem to be venturing into each room throughout the house, I think its time for a clear out.
Gifts4Gifts recently got in contact to see if we would like to work alongside them, to which I agreed. We were kindly offered a toy tidy for review, which as I just trod on yet another toy car, would be a great help!
Gifts4Gifts are a new online gifting website, with the aim to supply gifts for all occasions. They cater for men, women, children and babies with a small concise range. They have a range of personalised gifts, experience days and everyday small gifts.
The design of the toy tidy is 'Space Boy' and consists of a blue background with stars and small space rockets on. The toy tidy has three large sections to store toys in each with a label pocket on the front and then two large handles in which you can carry it. The material in which this toy tidy is made from is recycled plastic bottles, so not only is it useful around the home, its also helping to save the planet. The overall size of the toy tidy is 70x28x40cm.
 As we have the large toy tidy down stairs, we have decided to use this one upstairs so Jack has toys to play with all over the house. We were able to fit in a large range of toys, and Jack was easily able to fetch out any toys in which he wanted to play with. The carry handles meant I was able to carry the toy tidy in-between both Jacks room and ours, easily and no damage was caused to the straps from carrying lots of toys. Priced at £4.99 I feel this is a great addition to any room, especially if you have a child with so many toys.

Please Note. I received this item from Gifts4Gifts, all opinions and wording are my own 

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