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Jurassic World Dominion Captivz Eggs surprise dinosaur toy review

What a fabulous surprise to receive instead of chocolate this Easter! The Jurassic World Dominion Captivz Eggs surprise dinosaur toys are a fabulous new release from Character Toys in anticipation of the movie release later this year. These eggs contain collectible pop and lock dinosaur pieces and all sorts of other fun treats for little ones including slime, kinetic sand and more. There’s a variety… Read More »Jurassic World Dominion Captivz Eggs surprise dinosaur toy review

Easter with Plasticine

There is nothing better than finding an activity which keeps kids busy for a long time on a rainy day. Even better when it’s something which keeps them sitting still in one place so they can’t demolish the house and it doesn’t require too much tidying up afterwards. Plasticine is ideal. I have made all sorts of different recipes when it comes to dough and… Read More »Easter with Plasticine

T Racers – Turbo Wheels

T racers are a collectible transformable vehicle brand. Right up Arlo’s street as he loves anything he has to construct and also likes to race cars too. Each round box resembles a tyre from a racing tyre which makes it exciting to begin with. One key feature I love about the T Racers brand is that all of the packaging is paper and cardboard which… Read More »T Racers – Turbo Wheels


Partyitos furry friends – review

Arlo was delighted to have the chance to review the brand new range from Cutetitos. These cuddly creatures come wrapped up in their own blanket which you have to open and unroll to reveal your character. The latest range are here to “get the party started”. There are eight different characters to collect in the Partyitos range and there are four different patterns to the… Read More »Partyitos furry friends – review


Dream Bright Care Bear review

The Care Bears are a group of loveable huggable BFFs who lean on each other, embracing courage determination and friendship in order to keep spreading those good caring vibes to the world. This year marks their 40th anniversary and so there’s some awesome new bears in the group and they’re all available to collect. Arlo was super excited to be sent on a mission by… Read More »Dream Bright Care Bear review


Tonka Monster Metal Movers – review

Tonka Monster Metal Movers I jumped at the opportunity to review two new packs from the Tonka range. Tonka are a brand with a huge history originally established in 1946. Well known for their steel toy models of construction toy trucks and machinery. Tonka has been a favourite all over the world for over 70 years, and is built to withstand the toughest of play.… Read More »Tonka Monster Metal Movers – review

Himiku Blocks – giveaway

Balancing stones are a great resource for little ones. Inspired by Japanese minimalist design these blocks are thoughtfully crafted to stimulate creative thinking and open ended play. These blocks are unique and no two blocks are identical – hand crafted using sustainably sourced beech and pine wood and painted with non toxic water based paints. The maple series sets of twelve are one of our… Read More »Himiku Blocks – giveaway

SuperThings – Guardians of Kazoom – review and competition

I’ve shared these awesome little things before over on the gram – if you haven’t already heard about them then I expect you will as these are the hottest collectible on the playground. Arlo was super excited to receive a selection of from the Super Guardians of Kaboom. The cartoon heroes and villains feature in the Magic Box Official YouTube series. Ideal for kids aged… Read More »SuperThings – Guardians of Kazoom – review and competition

Paper FX – review

As you may know I am a huge fan of upcycling and can often be found skip diving in order to turn one man’s rubbish in to my treasures. I’m also a collector/hoarder of all sorts of arts and crafts supplies including paper. Now finally we have some awesome projects on the go because of paper FX. This snazzy little system helps you to weave… Read More »Paper FX – review