Shake, shake, shake! What’s that sound? It’s apparently the noise of a baby making “music” while being environmentally friendly.
These sustainable wooden baby rattles by Earnest Efforts are hand-made by the remnant woods of Oregon—meaning no living trees were used in their creation. Each rattle is made to fit a baby’s hand, filled with copper BBs, hand-sanded for an ultra-smooth finish, and glazed with Clapham’s all-natural beeswax so they are entirely nontoxic.
Great for the environment, yes, but will it keep a baby hooked?
Wooden Baby Rattles by Earnest Efforts Made of Remnant Wood
Katherinev123 — September 14, 2009 — Life-Stages
References: inhabitatshop & inhabitots