Looking for good presents for grown-ups? I’ve been working with quirky children’s gift site The Kid Who to make my picks from the site on a play theme. As my first posts were around our rules for play and playful presents for one-year-olds, this month I thought I’d pick out playful things for slightly older kids.
And one thing The Kid Who sell that I’ve wanted for ages is a Block pegboard, a creative storage and display board you can use in millions of different ways, for both children and adults.
I went for the smaller version after consulting my pegboard font of knowledge, Rachel from The Ordinary Lovely who has long been a fan (she suggested that the small was better if it’s going to be propped up, and the large if it’s going on a wall).
It comes with a set of colourful pegs that you place in the holes on the board:
It’s great for display purposes (the Un Ours bear card in the top photo was from the the site, as are these Studio Roof pop-out swinging bird cards – there’s a variety of other pop-out animals too).
Or you can use it for something more…practical (the pegs are really useful for hanging things like washi tape, and also small bags – this month I also got two Design Letters letters for the girls and they came in this brilliant bag).
Or you can use it for something slightly ridiculous (any guesses as to where we went for lunch this weekend?)
So yes, hours of fun for me and Eliza has also loved playing with it and suggesting things – giraffes – to put on it.
Thanks to The Kid Who for sending me these products.