We have had some wonderful press we would like to share with you....
Carddies were "particularly popular" at the Mum's Show Live, where they were exhibited in the Good Toy Guide stand.
The younger members of the Carddies team wrote a lovely piece for First News ( the UK national newspaper for children aged 7-14).
"It all started on a rainy seaside holiday in Devon… our Mum started drawing us cardboard people from the backs of cereal packets. We would colour them in, and then play with them for hours, inventing little stories in our heads. Back then we did not imagine that they would end up as a proper toy. "
Carddies bunnies made a very hoppy appearance...perfect to get chilldren crafting and creating in the Easter holidays!
Carddies featured in this magazine for the Crafting Community (for full piece see page 31 of the magazine).
Carddies were featured in the February/March issues of Primary Times Kent and Sussex: " an ideal toy to keep children amused on long journeys
"Handbag-friendly" Carddies were featured in a lovely Arts and Crafts Time piece in the Children's notebook, by Daisy Bridgewater (p25)..."The characters can be played with anywhere from the dentist's waiting-room to under the restaurant table."
Very nice mention of Carddies in the Media Watch section of the Jan/Feb issue (for full piece see www.progressive-preschool.co.uk)
Delighted to start off the year in Jan/Feb issue of Families TVE ..."It is not surprising they won Best Travel Toy 2012....as they are the perfect way to occupy a child in a plane, coach or a train and also take up very little room" (for full piece see online version of magazine).
Carddies were once again featured as a perfect travel toy in the Travel Sense column for the Winter issue of Mumsense Magazine.
A lovely piece to say goodbye to 2012...
Carddies were one of Liat Hughes Joshi's best stocking fillers! (for full piece see Parentdish).
The Mirror teamed up with play psychologist Amanda Gummer, founder of The Good Toy Guide , to pick out toys that are huge fun to play with but also have real benefits for children's development, from imagination and coordination to social skills. Carddies are in the Mirror's list of Christmas toys that will last beyond the holiday