Who isn’t a sucker for hedgehogs? Or at least baby hedgehogs.
This hedgehog pencil holder is a pretty cute way to keep track of art supplies.
I like the idea of finding a hedgehog figurine in my morning coffee…
These hand-sewn hedgehog zipper pouches from a maker in New Hampshire come in four different sizes. The coin purse size is particularly adorable.
Or if you want to infuse some humor into your zipper pouch…
You can fold your very own hedgehog!
Or plop this little one on your desk to keep you company while you work.
I love this bagpipe playing, rooster riding hedgehog illustration from Hans My Hedgehog, an Etsy store named after the Grimm’s fairytale about a hedgehog boy who grows up to become king of the forest.
And some hedgehog baby gear:
3 thoughts on “Presenting the Hedgehog”
Aww . . . several years ago I got to write a set of 20 early reading books about a hedgehog/porcupine named Quill for one of my publishers (http://www.edwriter.com/books/?page=10) so I LOVE!!! these! 🙂
So cute, I adore hedgehogs!
I’d love it if you could add my name to the Hans my Hedgehog pencil image. I am the artist and would like you to credit it. Jessica Boehman