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Win a Handmade Toy by “Melody from Paris”

Logo finalMelody from Paris is created by Elodie, a French mum living in Bangkok. She says, “I began creating soft toys for my little girl, last year. Beside the overall look and feel of each creations, I focus products that will help the brain activity of your little ones. I choose very graphic patterns to stimulate the eyes, specific fabrics for different feelings of touch, I sometimes put small bells inside for the sound and even double sew the ribbons so that kids can crash test them and play as they want.”

Elodie follows a very detailed process for each creation, including a 60-degree wash, dry and ironing. All products are washable at 30 degrees (do not use a tumble dryer).

All products are created by Elodie who recently set up a small partnership with a charity organization that helps in the production. It’s also a good opportunity for me to help women in distress via my creations.

“I’m really happy to present you my universe. My heart melts when I see a sweet baby having fun with my dinosaurs or rabbits,” she adds.

For more information, please visit Melody from Paris’s Facebook page.

Enter your details below to win either a large elephant, bunny or dinosaur (colors and patterns will vary from those shown in the photos)!

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