If you want to inject a little DIY into your baby’s nursery, but crafting just isn’t your forte, here’s a happy medium. Something you can say you made yourself, albeit with a little help…
The old adage, simple is best, rings true when you lay on eyes on these baby mobiles. Simplicity at its best – with a bit of do-it-yourself thrown in.
Designed by Sororfactory, the Japanese-made Paper Baby Mobiles come in kit form, and are made from premium, uncoated colour paper pieces.
The pieces come pre-cut, and all you need is some of that handy stuff that Mister Maker likes to refer to as “gloopy glue” – or PVA, to stick it together.
Once assembled the mobiles measure between ten and twenty centimetres, and if you have children who are a little older, they could even have a go at putting it together. They come in a few designs, including hippo, swallow, space rocket, lion, train and mice with cheese. They cost £10 each, plus postage from The Kid Who.