Come to Mardilaada to stock up on Christmas gifts!


The Mardi Fair will take place this year on the 8th-10th. until November in Tallinn's Saku Suurhalli. Instead of the usual four days, this year you have three days to admire and buy beautiful handicrafts - don't sleep then :).

We are waiting for you on Thursday from 12 to 19, Friday from 10 to 21 and Saturday from 10 to 18.

We traditionally have many different stuffed animals in our selection - a stuffed rabbit, a teddy bear, a stuffed mouse, a stuffed cat, a sleeping sheep and a stuffed monkey, as well as stuffed animals (which will also arrive in the e-store within the next week) - rabbit stuffed animal, mouse stuffed animal and bear stuffed animal in five colors. For fans of rattles, there is also a selection of rattles made of natural linen fabric :).

Some of the larger animals are still available, and Mardilaada includes long-legged rabbits, a frog, a fox, Muki, Pontus and a linen cat.

For those who are interested in dolls, there is a selection of ballerinas for them (a few pieces can also be seen in the first photo). Such a doll is a lovely gift for little girls who start playing with dolls and want to put them in all possible and impossible poses :). They are cheerfully colored and completely safe playmates.

We also have a selection of Christmas cards, birthday cards and cat cards.

As always, there is something for all those who love things with a bit of a twist :).

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MiaPuPe_reflector Of course, we have also made a lot of reflective accessories with different designs and shapes - there are teddy bears, bears, rabbits, butterflies, dogs, cats, carrots, etc. They proved to be very popular at the last Mardi Laada. We hope that it will be available to all those who wish.

This year, for the first time, key holders made in a similar style are included :).

It is not possible to photograph everything, but we can promise that those who arrive first will have a wide and good selection.

The Mardi Fair is organized by the Estonian Folk Art and Handicraft Union

You are welcome! :)

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