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Lucas Rabbit

Hazel Village
Regular price
$54.00
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$54.00

Even though Lucas Rabbit's real name is Lucas, his friends call him Pummy. He says it's because when he was a newborn and his sister was a toddler, she called him Pummy for some reason. His favorite activity is digging holes in the pond beach so he can make swamp forts.

Even though Lucas Rabbit's real name is Lucas, his friends call him Pummy. He says it's because when he was a newborn and his sister was a toddler, she called him Pummy for some reason. His favorite activity is digging holes in the pond beach so he can make swamp forts.

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Pummy is made from brown organic cotton fleece with a soft flannel texture. His nose and tail are natural colored fleece, and his ears are lined with cotton shirting stripe. The stripes in his ears might be a little smaller than the ones pictured. He measures 15" including ears. His eyes and nose are hand stitched with cotton thread. He is stuffed with washable polyfill so he can be hand washed if he gets dirty.
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Hazel Village partners with social enterprises around the world to make their magical collection of ethically made toys and clothes for kids. Their mission is to empower artisans with job skills, dignified work, and fair wages. It definitely costs a bit more to make toys this way, but it’s worth it. When workers care about their craft, it shows in their beautiful work.Most importantly, they make toys with the quality, play value, and sheer emotional appeal to stick with a child for the long haul. 

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Hazel Village Ethically Made Toys

Hazel Village partners with social enterprises around the world to make their magical collection of ethically made toys and clothes for kids. Their mission is to empower artisans with job skills, dignified work, and fair wages. It definitely costs a bit more to make toys this way, but it’s worth it. When workers care about their craft, it shows in their beautiful work.Most importantly, they make toys with the quality, play value, and sheer emotional appeal to stick with a child for the long haul. 

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