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Beadie Bug Play Large Ice Cream Cone Trinket Tray (2 pieces)

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Beadie Bug Play Large Ice Cream Cone Trinket Tray (2 pieces)

DID you know the most popular icecream flavours are cookies and cream, chocolate, mint choc chip and vanilla?  Think of all the play opportunities and snacktivities that can be created with those flavours!

Decorate these trays with coloured loose parts, playdough, coloured sand, play with fizz or use as a fun snack tray.  This is perfect for fine motor, pincer grip practice with tongs and tweezers.

Beadie Bug Play print their sensory trays from PLA, which is a plant-based bioplastic derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca root or sugarcane.  This tray will withstand wet sensory bases, like water beads, food and fizzy potion play, just remember to HAND WASH and immediately dry after use to prevent moisture absorption and warping. We don’t recommend immersing in liquid for long periods but a little splash and fizz will be fine.  PLA is not hydrophobic and may absorb colours from paint, fizz and food.

Hand wash only.  Exposure to extreme heat (in a dishwasher or direct sun) will damage the natural materials this is made from and shorten its lifespan.  Bioplastics are designed to biodegrade over time, unlike traditional plastics.  If cared for well they will last for many years.

Dimensions:  H 27cm x W 14cm x  D 1.5cm

Inclusions: 1 x Large Icecream Cone Trinket Tray / Bioplastic Sensory Tray (2-piece).  Pictured here with our Sundae Cup Tray, which is available to purchase separately.

Recommended age 3+. Use under adult supervision. NOT to be used as a teething or chew toy.

Please note for all our wooden toys

As a natural material, wood possesses diverse markings that appear in each of our products, They frequently display growth rings, knots and colour spots, which are not considered defects but rather markers of its natural origin. These characteristics lend a unique touch to each individual toy, adorned with distinct marks gifted by nature. These unique variations are testament to the quality, not defect.