It’s been quite the year for the eco-friendly children’s toy and gift brand, Petit Collage, who has racked up no fewer than nine wins across several prestigious trade and consumer product awards in 2019, setting the team up for a strong Christmas performance.
Falling in under the Wild and Wolf portfolio, Petit Collage has been celebrated for not only its conscientious approach to environmentalism, but also its design and play value in awards like the most recently revealed Made For Mums Toy Awards 2019.
It was the brand’s Alphabet Wooden Tray Puzzle that won gold in the Made For Mums Toy Awards in the Best Sustainable/Eco Toy category, championed for its use of FSC beech wood and non toxic inks, as well as its play value that stimulated development of fine motor skills in children.
Meanwhile, Petit Collage’s Shine Bright Magnetic Dress Up Sets recently won the gold in the Junior Design Awards in the Best Creative Play category. It was also presented with a Recommended Seal from the Parent’s Choice Awards, and was most recently awarded a Bronze in the Made For Mums Toys Awards in Best Toy for Role Play category.
Each is inspired by leading women role models Mae Jemison, Frida Kahlo, and Jane Goodall.
Continuing the run of success, the Wild Rainbow Wooden Balancing Game won silver at the Junior Design Awards in the Best Eco Toy Design category, while the Fishing Around Wooden Fishing Game won an Approved seal in Fundamentally Children’s Good Toy Guide and Bronze in the Made For Mums Toy Awards in the Best Wooden Toy Category.
Catventures, dreamed up by a nine year old girl named Matilda, was recently a winner in the National Parenting Products Awards in the US, while it’s finally that the Little Lion Chunky Wooden Puzzle picked up a Commended in the Baby category in the Toy Shop UK Independent Toy Awards this year.
“We’ve been really pleased with its performance since we launched it into the UK market following our acquisition of the brand, and we’re delighted that it’s clearly becoming a favourite amongst British parents as well,” said Joelle Engolia, senior marketing executive at Wild and Wolf.