POUCE ET LINA

Pouce et Lina stands out in the vast world of puericulture as it is the only brand specializing in musical mobiles entirely made in France. Immediately recognizable, the Pouce et Lina’s unique designs are imagined by Fanny Marie, the founder and artistic director of the brand. Elephants, stars, swans, flamingos, birds, whales and unicorns start their journey in Pouce et Lina’s design and workshop studio in the Sarthe region of France where they are made one by one with the loving care and attention of the seamstress Aurore.

The woolfelt clouds and stars are cut in a factory near Paris and then assembled by Nadine, Pouce et Lina’s second seamstress. She shapes them using a high quality padding produced in France. All fabrics used are either organic Gots certified or fabrics with the Oeko-Tex certification.

The attention to details also makes the brand so special. Every mobile is designed in such a way that they all have a perfect balance not only in terms of a harmonious design to look at but also in practical terms. Some details, like the eyes of the little rabbits are even embroidered by hand. The eco-responsible packing is illustrated and designed by a local design studio in line with Pouce et Lina’s aesthetics and can be reused as a cute storage box in the nursery.

A musical Pouce et Lina mobile would be such a special babyshower gift as you really have to imagine yourself what kind of melody that would best fit with the animal, stars or moons. What do you think about a whale with dots accompanied by the melody of “Hey Jude” or a pink flamingo with “La Vie en Rose”? To everyone’s delight, Pouce et Lina is also creating a collection of musical plushtoys that will soon be cuddled by many happy little children, including a whale, seahorse and a starfish. So adorable!

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