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Soft Toy / Mini Plush . Ricecrunch

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Soft Toy / Mini Plush . Ricecrunch

£12.95
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Noodoll  .  Mini Plush Toy  . Ricecrunch / Orange  

Ricecrunch is a part of the new Ricefruit & Ricevegetable range which is full of cute little fruit and vegetable characters, who are the perfect size to be squished by little hands. Each toy comes with a hanging loop for the cot / pram / car seat / sling, so your little one can watch and play with it at any time! 

There are 6 fruits / vegetables to choose from, or collect them all! You can see the full range here

This happy-go-lucky crunchy carrot is an essential part of our fruit and veg collection and should be a part of yours too! Ricecrunch promises to be your most loyal companion day or night - rumour has it he can see in the dark!  Ricecrunch has orange super soft fur with a cheeky embroidered face and body.

Ricecrunch is hand stuffed in the UK, and is very soft and cuddly! 
 

Design Tips:  

 Ricecrunch is a perfect addition to a modern nursery, and also makes an ideal gift for a newborn baby as he is safe and willing to be cuddled, squished, chewed and dribbled on from birth.

 

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Product Info

Noodoll  .  Mini Plush Toy  . Ricecrunch / Orange  
Size:  Height 15 cm Width 13 cm.
Care: Machine Washable.
Safety: CE tested, safe from birth. 
Made From: Rice and Noodles.
Made In: Hand-stuffed in the UK.
Designed By: Noodoll is the brainchild of designer and author YiYing Wang.
About This Brand:  Noodoll is a fun, bold, design-led brand based in London. At the heart of Noodoll are a cast of characters, both mischievous and friendly in equal measure. Made out of noodles and rice, these playful partners appeal to children and adults alike. Customers often tell us that they'™ve fallen in love with the wonderful and unique world of Noodoll. We reckon that the potent combination of cheerful bright design, humour, honest quality, affordability and responsible manufacturing has this effect. What'™s not to love?