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Three Bags Full Finger Puppet Pouches Review

15 Feb


Quality made, hand-crafted Childrens toys are hard to come across these days. Everything is mass-produced and sold at big name toy stores that even myself have been known to purchase our kids toys from. Which isn’t all bad don’t get me wrong but it can be refreshing having unique and hand made toys too!

When Sue Berlove, a distributor of Three Bags Full Finger puppet pouches for Indigenous Crafts from Bolivia contacted me regarding her hand-crafted finger puppet sets for children, I couldn’t turn down her offer to have us try them out for ourselves!


Finger puppets are a great way to introduce imaginative play with younger kids and encourage independent play with older kids. Also, a great way to laugh and share some quality time with your little ones too.

Three Bags Full Finger Puppet Pouches are beautifully hand crafted in detail by Bolivian artisan groups and sold in North America.

Designed for children aged three and up, Three Bags full come in a set of 8 finger puppets in a two-sided zipper pouch to store them in and also acts as two background for Childrens imaginative play. They offer many different themes too! The pouch has a detachable string so older kids can bring the pouch along wherever they go!


My kids have had finger puppets before but they really enjoyed these! The puppets are made to fit little fingers and the animals are detailed, very nice! The concept of having a background to play on using their imaginations and a cool pouch to store them in after, we are happy to make Three Bags Full Finger Puppet Pouches part of our play time!


For more information about Sue Berlove and her Three Bags Full Finger puppet pouches and how to get yours please visit www.craftsfrombolivia.com

*This post was written by A Motherhood Experience Blog on behalf of Indigenous Crafts From Bolivia. We received a complimentary finger puppets pouch for review purposes. All opinions are honest & my own*

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Posted by on February 15, 2011 in A Motherhood Experience

 

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