TITTA DJURFinger puppet, mixed colours

$10/ 10 pack

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Making up your own fairy tales is fun, and with these 10 finger puppets the story comes even more to life. Choose characters and unleash your imagination. Once upon a time…

Article Number601.661.39

Product details

One size, suitable for both small and large fingers.

Comprises: 10 different dolls - one for each finger.

Designer

Anna Efverlund

Article Number601.661.39
  • Fabric:

    100 % polyester

    Filling:

    100% polyester - hollow fibre

    Wash by hand, max 40°C.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.

  • Recommended for ages from 3 years.

Measurements

Package quantity: 10 pack

  • TITTA DJUR
    Finger puppetArticle no601.661.39

    Width: 15 cm

    Height: 4 cm

    Length: 18 cm

    Weight: 0.05 kg

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.6(30)
Cute finger puppetsGillianGreat for the kids, they had fun playing with them.5
Puppets fits in fingers, exceptDavidPuppets fits in fingers, except the shark which is too shallow.5
great fun , imaginative , creative playWendyhappy here5
Finger PuppetsDonnaSo cute5
Okay. Not very good quality.AparajitaOkay. Not very good quality. Don't fit well in fingers.3
Nostalgia plus!KyraMy kids used to love getting these in the kids packs from the restaurant (nothing better than the cheese sandwich in their opinion - they're gutted you can't get them any more) -they sparked their imaginations! This Christmas, they got some in their Christmas stockings and even though they are now adults, they were delighted!5
All part of our playPatriciaAll part of our play area for our grandchild5
NiceZuzaNice5
My daughter enjoyed these fingerPrasad B.My daughter enjoyed these finger toys.5
Finger puppetsNalanI bought these finger puppets for my 4 year granddaughter and she loved them. I also bought the wood hand to assist her with learning how to put them on. Both are keeping her very busy during play time. It’s a fantastic sensory item.5
Ok as a slight diversionFreyaOk as a slight diversion for kids but difficult to see real value, very short-lived disposable3
Great fun, great valuePaulGreat fun, great value5
cuteAnnaliseadorable and fun5
Titta Djur finger puppetsMalcolmThe figures were nicely done but the holes were too small for my fingers.3
Awesome fun for all kids big and smallJaynedoeThis is my 2rd purchase of these, great fun for the Whole family5
great cat toyschelie2002Bought these for my cats - they love hunting for them and carrying them around5
My kids love itRena321I bought this one month ago, my kids love it.5
curaraMy daughter like them , had lot of fun with it.5
Great detailing and made wellJudyC70I bought these to use at school and they are always a hit.5
Good varietyfrog18Fairytales and nursery rhymes are more interactive with these little characters4
TITTA DJUR Finger puppet, mixed colours

The story of a broken eye and what it taught us

The IKEA store in Helsinki, Finland, was full of customers that day back in 1997. Being a textile technologist at Children’s IKEA at the time, Carina Ingelsten ran a course about safety for a group of IKEA co-workers. ”I lifted up a teddy bear and pulled on the legs and arms to show how well they are sewn in place. When I pulled on the plastic eye, something happened that shouldn't – the eye came off”, says Carina. This was a major setback for Children's IKEA, but it was a setback that would lead to important safety improvements.

All soft toys were removed from the store as Carina tried to call her colleagues in Sweden. ”It was a Saturday, so it wasn't that easy to get a hold of people, but in the end Jörgen Svensson, my manager at Children's IKEA, answered and we succeeded in stopping global sales of our soft toys”.

Major consequences

Jörgen remembers the call. The fact that the eye came off despite all risk analyses and safety checks was very serious. Still, in hindsight, he still sees that it led to something really good. ”Thanks to what happened, we learned to systematize safety work even more. We established clearer procedures and areas of responsibility”.

More personal expression

The incident also led to the decision to not use plastic eyes at all. Embroidered eyes were not only safer, they also proved to give more character and personality to the toys. Annie Huldén, a designer who has created many soft toys over the years, agrees. ”The eyes are very important for a soft toy and plastic eyes easily seem too symmetrical and stale, while embroidered eyes are easier to vary in terms of the design, the size of pupils and the eyelashes.” Soft toys at Children's IKEA are loved by children throughout the world. It's a loved friend to play with and find comfort with - and which parents can always feel secure about.

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Quality

Sure, they’re cute but are they safe? Absolutely!

You can rest assured knowing that all our children’s products live up to the highest health and safety standards. We put our toys to the test – up against the toughest in the world (much tougher than any two-year-old). All so you can worry less and they can play more.