Child to Cherish is one of the companies I like to work with on Mom Start. The reason is because they are one of the first companies to work with me and they didn’t care about my stats.
Of course, that’s not the most important reason to work with them. The most important is because of the quality they have in their products.
The new “Little Baker” collection is offered in a Grandma (with grandma mouse and bear designs and Child to Cherish signature wording “Ready or Not Grandma…Here I Come!) or Little Baker series. The 11.25 x 8 x 3.5-inch tin suitcases feature whimsical animal designs with bears, mice and bunnies. Inside the suitcase is everything any little baker needs-apron, wooden rolling pin and spoon, cookie cutters and 5 scrumptious cookie recipes (Sugar, Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, Gingerbread and Snickerdoodle cookies).
Available in either Little Baker Series with three designs (boy, girl, Christmas) or
Grandma Little Baker Series with three designs (boy, girl, Christmas)
Recommended Retail: $40
Capture their little hands while they are still little and hang them on the Christmas tree year after year. Handprint Ornament Red Holly Box. Includes nontoxic plaster, instructions and decorative ribbon. Use box and mold for storage.
Recommended Retail: $ 9.99
Christmas tree in a tin. Replace the tree you use by planting a tree.
Recommended Retail: 6.99
I find that piggy banks are hard to find, espically when you are looking for one. Well Child to cherish has a large collection and they are always available.
Recommended Retail: 20.99
You can find cute plush like this cow. He’s so cute and I know lots of people like to collect cows. So think of Child to Cherish because they support charity like Extreme Makeover Home Edition.
Recommended Retail: 19.99
I have reviewed the handprint tower of time and it was so easy to use. You can read all the details here but I had to include it in my Child to Cherish Holiday Gift Guide.