New at Estella: Unique Rattles for Your Little City Dweller

New at Estella: Unique Rattles for Your Little City Dweller

September 02, 2009

estella rattles for baby

See what the people at NY Magazine, Cookie Magazine and Droolicious Blog are buzzing about!

Behold! Estella’s solution to the classic, but overdone, “I Love NY” tees. These three rattles each represent aspects of New York City life and transportation; a bright red FDNY Fire truck rattle for putting out those imaginary fires, the checkered yellow taxi cab rattle for zipping around on land and the old standby.. the Metrocard rattle (to replace the actual card they constantly grab at).

All Rattles are lovingly handmade by Peruvian artisans with the softest cotton and each one gives a gentle, yet satisfying jingle. Great as a baby gift for your little city dweller or a non-tacky baby souvenir for the little tourist in your life.






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