I bring you an amazing competition to win a lovely toy from Hibba Toys.
Welcome to a world of heirloom quality traditional wooden toys for children.
Hibba Toys are passionate about their innovative toys and take great pride in designing and manufacturing hand made timeless wooden toys and personalised wooden toy boxes, built to last a lifetime.
They believe they have the finest portfolio of wooden rocking toys in the UK. Their customer profile comprises some of the UK’s finest and respected retailers including Harrods of Knightsbridge and The National Childbirth Trust.
Hibba are proud to have supplied their unique hand crafted traditional wooden toy box to the Cabinet Office, given as a Christening gift to Prince George !
A wooden stacking ice-cream sundae with six detachable parts to interchange. Painted in bright colours with glitter for extra shine.It stands at 160mm.
Designed to stimulate every child’s development through rewarding creative play.
Price – £25 and more details at Not on the high street.
If you would like to be in with a chance of winning this beautiful little toy then make sure you are a UK resident. You have until March 30th to enter. Just hit the button below to be taken to the entry page. GOOD LUCK!
I loved my little china tea set (still got it) loved having tea parties in the garden with my teddies and dolls
i like a dol called Sasha just liked it because it was super cute
I loved my dolls house as I enjoyed rearranging the furniture and making pictures to hang on the walls!
I loved my dolls and dolls pram, as i loved to pretend and act out family life x
Would have to be lego , we would spend hours and hours building houses and lot of other things
j loved my space hopper, so much fun x
What was your favourite childhood toy and why?…………Lego – it was a new toy every day, and still fascinates today’s youngsters
I loved my Barbie dolls. I had hundreds of outfits and everything to go with them….They were a lot of fun x
My favourite toy was my Strawberry Shortcake tree house toy because I loved plating pretend with the dolls it came with.
My big yellow teapot. My own daughter plays with it now lasted 30 years
I loved my big yellow teapot. My own daughter plays with it now lasted 30 years
I loved my 1st and only dolls pram I’d waited ages for. Unfortunately my four older brothers broke it within 2 days.x
I loved my Barbie dolls me and my sister spent hours making up games with them.
a play kitchen I got for Christmas one year
Action Man! We had loads of adventures 🙂
good old lego, i would spend hours playing it!
My Barbies – I told some odd stories with them!
I loved my fashion wheel, I would spend hours designing outfits!
A fischer price tree house as it is the only one I can remember
I loved playing with my dolls because the pram I had was amazing. Wish I had kept it for my own children to play with 🙁
I loved my etch-a-sketch. I always liked creative toys.
my wendy house
My cabbage patch doll, camilla. My daughter has her now 😀
I had a Barbie with a horse! That I played with all the time
I had a woolly push along lamb (called lamby lol) when I was little. Im not sure why but I was so attached to it I took it everywhere! I couldnt stand the thought of it being chucked away so even though I have moved out of my parents home its now in my loft lol! x
My little china teaset, I had to play alone at my Grandmas so a tea party with my dolls and teddies was the answer
my action man
My rainbow brite horse and doll! 🙂
Lego because you could make great things.
my favourite childhood toy was a doll which I called Dirty Dolly – because she was so filthy – I took her everywhere with me! x
My a la carte kitchen, I made some wonderful meals !!
I loved all my brothers’ star wars toys which I think annoyed my parents who kept buying me barbies!!
My favourite toy was ball in a cup
mine was a mr slushy because i could make my own ice lollies when ever i wanted and yummy slush puppy type drinks too
Hungry Hippos as I was very competitive!
barbies! endless possibilities
I loved crayons and markers because drawing and coloring is so much fun.
I loved my panda I got it when i was about two and have still got it 50 years later!!
I loved my Ken doll that you could shave, He was awesome, though his shaving foam stained my bedroom floor.
I think it was all my cuddly toys because I use to tell them stories when I was trying to get to sleep at night.
I had a doll with an old fashioned pram that i loved I still have the doll, shes nearly 27 now
my older brothers star wars toys – he wasnt happy to let me play with them so i waited for him to go out and then would sneak in his room to play with them – wouldnt have got caught if i hadnt broken luke skywalkers lght saber off and tried to stick it back on with bubble gum!
i loved my toy pull along phone i took it everywhere i wanted to tweet too but the tweet was too l;long
I loved my speak and Spell
I loved my tiny tears doll and pram and kept me occupied for ages
My favourite toy was my dolls house which my granddad made for me.
I loved my bike and would be out on it as often as possible.
Lego! I still play with it now and my son is 20 this year!
My favourite toy was my Mr Frosty slush maker set, in particular the squeezy penguin that came with it.
I had a cabbage patch doll that I loved….then I decided that she needed to get her hair washed, she never quite recovered from that, but I see Cabbage Patch Dolls now and I really do miss her lol
I loved my dolls house that my grandad made for me 🙂
I loved my sindy dolls and accesories
Lego was one of my favourite things to play with, mainly because there was so many things to make with it and it kept us quiet for hours x