Musical Ukulele Featured and Loved by ‘Young Families’ Magazine editorial :)

Young Families Mag - musical learning

Young Families Mag – musical learning

How time flies, we are now in April! For me, preparing for motherhood is increasingly on my mind and occupying my time hence the lack of time to give updates and blogs to ePloof!

Many people think we only stocks wooden toys…… but did you know we also stock a number of selected, exclusive soft toys, room décor and prints?

One item we simply love is the musical Ukulele by a French brand, Olivelse. We’re pleased to share that it was also recently selected and featured in the ‘April Learning’ Edition of ‘Young Families’ Magazine in Singapore. The particular print selected is a limited edition of a Map of Berlin by illustrator Marie Jacobi.

Each musical ukulele is made with wonderful textiles by the husband and wife team Else and Olivier and there’s a number of patterns,  tunes to choose from. We stock mainly the Beatles ‘Hey Jude’ melody, the range is retailed at $85.00 – an ideal gift for newborns or for children who loves music. You can see the range available at ePloof! here   What do you think of them? Pssss…… We know of a number of parents who keep them for themselves too 🙂 haha!   As per the motto of Olivelse, each piece is unique and created in small series, we have only a limited number available at ePloof so grab yours soon!!

Ciao for now!



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