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Our most popular Ned is rainbow Ned so why not welcome his Pastel buddy into our lives! With his tummy being a hand painted pastel rainbow he has...
One small step for Ned, one giant leap for Nedkind!
Ned is dressed up in his space suit ready to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon...
This stylish little fellow is inspired by SPACE and has a stunning ombré belly in shades of blue that are out of this world!
Part of the Fairy Tale Ned series, available at Yes Bébé!
With a hand-painted nose, whiskers and paws, this purrrfect creation is ready to snuggle up on your lap for loving cuddles.
With a hand-painted wet nose and tongue this doggy is ready to give Ned all the kisses. He also has painted paws and cute dangly ears. This puppy...
Nature Ned is all about the best things summer brings. You will find bees and butterflies as well as flowers beautifully hand painted onto Neds tummy.
With his hand painted flowers covering his tummy, Flower Power Ned’s bright colours helps to brighten any day.
World Earth day Ned was supposed to be a limited edition but his hand painted earth on his tummy has made him very sought after so he is sticking...
The new breastfed Ned is now available to order.. Lets #normalisebreastfeeding
Nappy colour may vary.
Our first ever Ned is still one of our favourites. He comes with a hand painted shape on his chest and a patch on his tummy.
Ned in all his naked glory. Naked Ned is fresh from the workshop polished in our Cornish Beeswax and ready for any adventure.
Our most popular Ned is this happy chappy. With his tummy being a hand painted rainbow he has no reason to ever be sad, the rain has passed and now...
With hand painted cars and cogs on his tummy and roads on his hands and feet Hot Rod Ned is a must for all those car crazy children out there.
With his hand painted rainbow puzzle piece this Ned raises the awareness of Autism and by his own uniqueness we remember that ‘Different, not Less’.