Like many, my love of all things wood stems from my childhood, with a Father who had a love of, and a talent for wood.
We lived in a small village on the outskirts of a country park in England known for it's heritage centre where talented carpenters made beautiful wooden dollhouses, and artisans sold their wares to locals and visitors. As a result, my appreciation of wood and a love of traditional toys developed from an early age.
My husband and I moved to Australia in 2005 and we were blessed with our baby in 2013. A baby has a great way of helping you to rediscover what's important and our little one achieved just that! Our attention turned to the quality of toys available and the desire to source traditional toys, the "memory makers". You know, the ones that you can trust are well made and are designed to nurture and love your child as much your child loves them. Those heirloom pieces that have the ability to last a lifetime and can be passed down to future generations.
The result; born from the desire to source these beautiful traditional toys and to meet the needs of the youngest through to the oldest members of our community, Blossom Tree Toys provides classic toys, puzzles and games including, wooden, early learning, sensory and STEM. Toys, puzzles and games that will provide endless hours of fun and entertainment and a lifetime of memories.
Blossom Tree Toys strive to identify and stock environmentally friendly and sustainable product options that are made using sustainable forestry, organic or recycled materials. In addiition, we seek to achieve a carbon neutral footprint by planting a tree for every online sale through our partnership with ecologi.
Blossom Tree (Sakura) meaning “the essence of the moment”.
Blossom Tree Toys strive to support local, national and global charities and we wish to provide options for you to join us in our support for those living with neurological conditions in WA, disadvantaged children across Australia and the global conservation of elephants in the wild.
- Smith Family
- Save the Elephants