Welcome To Spring: Baby Giveaway!

March 18, 2016

Baby Spring Giveaway - Estella NYC

Let’s welcome spring with a giveaway, shall we? We got together with some of our favorite brands to give away the best in baby toys, clothing, and accessories. Practical blankets, playful rattles and teethers, and organic one-pieces are all included! Here’s a break down of everything that could be yours:

1. Estella – Our baby security blankets, rattles, and hats are all hand-made from 100% soft Peruvian cotton and GOTS-certified organic. These sets make great gifts for any expecting parents you may know, or just to keep for your own little ones! Win: your favorite organic security blanket, hat, and rattle gift set. You can see them all here.

2. Modern Burlap – These 100% organic and monochromatic swaddle blankets are bold and modern yet still lightweight and practical – they can also double as a play rug, nursing/stroller cover, or changing mat! Win: a $30 e-gift card.

3. Squarenimals – Squarenimals’ organic onesies, t-shirts, and accessories all feature the brand’s collection of characters (get to know them here), whose acceptance of their quirks and unique talents will encourage your little ones to do the same. Win: a onesie of your choice.

4. Little Giraffe – Little Giraffe creates luxurious and modern baby essentials that use high quality and super-soft fabrics that are soothing and gentle on baby’s delicate skin. Win: a cloud knit baby blanket, satin blanky, and rattle.

5. Globe Totters – Handmade in Brooklyn, NY, these travel-inspired organic kids’ baby toy blocks are a fun yet educational toy that will engage babies with their unique art work (featuring famous landmarks and food!), soft feel, and sweet bell sounds. Win: An organic toy block of your choice.

6. Tegu – These magnetic, wooden blocks encourage kids to imagine, create, problem solve, and story tell. They’re also eco-friendly, safe for babies, and painted with non-toxic lacquers. Win: An Original Pocket Pouch with 8 Magnetic Blocks.

7. Bugged Out – Bugged Out’s line of organic cotton onesies and t-shirts feature whimsical and clever bug, fruit, and veggie designs that are all made in the USA and printed by hand in NYC. Win: a onesie of your choice.

8. LexyPexy – These have got to be the most chic and fashion-forward teethers out there! Made in the USA from an all-natural and sustainable maple wood that is naturally antibacterial and non-splintering, they come in clever silhouettes like a pretzel, NY taxi, or handbag. Win: a teether of your choice.

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(Ends April 1st at 11:59pm EST. By entering you agree to receive the latest and greatest updates from Estella and any participating brands.)

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