Dress Me Up: Beautiful Organic Baby Accessories

10/27/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy Dress Me Up

Despite all the new information available, loads of baby products are still so unhealthy.

That’s why we suggest checking out the eco-friendly toys, blankets and other delights from Dress Me Up.

Handmade in Canada with organic cotton and wool, each product has a stylishly homespun, yet modern feel.

We’re big fans of the Organic Teething Bonbon ($16), but now there’s a terrific new Toy Leash ($13) that helps you keep track of your beloved Bonbons in case your tot tries to throw them overboard when you’re not looking.

Plus, new products like the Organic Knotty Cap ($18) and the on-trend Organic Owl Rattle ($31) highlight the company’s gorgeous tree ring fabric design exquisitely. And the soft Organic Leaf Bibs ($16) are just lovely.

So, next time you need to get something special for the new little one in your life, skip the plastic and head straight to dressmeuporganic.ca. Baby (and mama) will surely thank you.

— Stephanie Phoenix

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dell on

$30 for blocks you can make yourself for well under $5?

No thanks…nice fabric, though. Definitely got some ideas for sewing projects!

D-Mama on

I absolutely love the Teething Bonbon for baby gifts – it is genius! I am constantly blown away by the thoughtful design and care that goes into each product from Dress Me uP. I choose to support local, handmade, organic products and am thankful to have them available.

Elizabeth on

Let me know how you do on that Dell. $5 seems a bit of a ridiculous statement unless you just happen to have a ton of free organic “nice fabric” and wool at your disposal. And while you might value your hourly time at ZERO others actually feel as though their time might be worth getting paid for. Nothing I loathe more than fellow crafters who try to depreciate other crafters hard work, quality materials and brilliant ideas while professing they are about to STEAL the idea! As a proud owner of many Dress Me Up products I can say they are worth every penny!

Marla on

I think that the balls and blocks are stuffed with wool, which would explain the higher price tag. 🙂 My son has the bon bons and a few of the blocks. I don’t mind spending more for quality, especially since wool is naturally anti-bacterial!