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Gift Guide 2015: Gifts for Helpful Children

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 19, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Izabella Simmons last modified Dec 18, 2015

Recruit little helpers by giving kids well-made pint-size tools.    Above: Gathered Goods Children's Brooms  are made in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, from natural fibers; small $12, large $14 from Non-Perishable Goods.  Above: From M. Crowe & Co., designer Tyler Hays's boutique general store (with eyebrow-raising prices), the  Kid's Toy Tools and Leather Belt Set  includes a hammer and square of cherry and osage with copper hardware; $250. The pieces can also be bought separately. Go to High-Style Hillbilly to see more. Above: A  Mini Dustpan and Brush  with horsehair bristles is $25 at Brook Farm General Store.    Above: The Early Grey Apron  of Canadian denim is sized for ages of 2 to 4. It's on sale for $19, marked down from $40, from LA apron specialists Hedley & Bennet . (Large kids' sizes available in other fabrics and colors.)   Above: Soft Felt Storage Bins  with colored handles (five options available) just may inspire kids to put their toys away. The bins come in two sizes, $26 (shown) and $35, from Etsy seller Loop Design Studio of Israel (worldwide shipping available).  For more ideas from the Remodelista junior department, see  DIY Wrapping Paper Made by Your Kids and Living with Style—with Kids: Justine's 7 Get-Real Solutions . More Stories from Remodelista Required Reading: The Kinfolk Home Gift Guide 2015: For the Evolving Hipster Man Gift Guide 2015: For the Architect






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