Juliann Newton

Baby's First Christmas? Give the Sweet Gift of Zubels organic Cotton Soft Knit Toys

Juliann Newton 
 12/09/2018 10:11PM 


This Christmas will be the first for my baby grand daughter, Reylin. She is an absolute joy! She is adorable, and she loves to smile at everyone!


Obviously, this precious baby girl has just about every toy a baby would love, thanks to her adoring Mommy and Daddy, Aunts and Uncles, and Grandparents. Regardless, I wanted to get my baby grand daughter something special this year, and I discovered Zubels.

Zubels are Zubels are adorable plush toys that are created with 100% Cotton (some organic) and made with eco-friendly low-impact dyes. They also use minimal packaging to reduce environmental waste. Each Zubel is stuffed by hand making them super huggable and totally lovable, kind of like baby Rey herself. She tends to reach for softer toys that she can just hold. It was a lot of fun to look through all of the adorable Zubels creations on their website. I have always loved mermaids, and when I saw this one (below) I knew I had to have it for baby Reylin.


 I chose Pearly Penny the Mermaid for baby Reylin. I love her bright, happy colors!

Pearly Penny loves to swim. Every day she enjoys jumping in and out of the ocean with her friends, the dolphins. Penny and her best dolphin friend, Dolly, try to see who can jump the highest. Making big splashes on the way down is fun too!


  • 100% Cotton and we use Eco-friendly dyes.
  • Tested 100% safe by the U.S. Product Safety Commission Standards.
  • 100% lovable & huggable but more importantly…machine washable!
  • We have an excellent exchange & return policy.
  • Handcrafted in the Philippines by artisans. 

I am confident that when my grand daughter opens up her Zubels mermaid on Christmas morning, she will be delighted! I know that Reylin will love this special gift for many years to come!

For more information, and to check out all of the adorable Zubels creations, go to: https://zubels.com



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