Blabla Introduces Their New Line Of Stationary Inspired By Whimsical Dolls

The award-winning handmade toy company, Blabla, just introduced a new line of stationary and other paper goods, based upon their whimsical line of hand-knit doll characters. Handmade by Peruvians and designed by Florence Wetterwald, an artist whose drawings have been exhibited in France at the CAPC of Bordeaux, and Le Centre Pompidou Paris, Blabla toys are certified Fair Trade, made from natural fibers and eco-friendly materials. You may recognize Blabla if you watched the 2010 Superbowl last February as one of the giant dolls appeared alongside a cast of funny characters, in a Kia Sorento ad for Kia Joyride!

Blabla’s co-founder, French designer, Florence Wetterwald wanted to take their dolls and develop them into a 2 dimensional medium, to create a deeper relationship based upon understanding and friendship. The cards are just the beginning and it will lead to a series of books later on. Rachel Ortas, a Franco-Spanish illustrator living in London has a very lively and dynamic style, the perfect match for Blabla.

With a vintage, yet playful feel, the new product line up consists of birthday cards, sweet notes, party invitations, gift notes, sticker books and journals, featuring dolls such as Clochette the Fairy, Charles the Lion, Josephine the Elephant, and McNuttie the Squirrel in charming vignettes.

The new line of paper products should be available in the next several weeks. Visit www.blablakids.com for more information.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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