Tiny Choopie Review

tiny choopie review

One of the things I love about blogging is how it introduces me to new products and companies.

My Kid Eco Room contacted me a little while ago to see if I would like to review one of their new products, a personalised handmade toy called a Tiny Choopie. I had a look and instantly agreed as they looked absolutely gorgeous.

They are personalised sheep and they have a little heart on them (in the colour of your choice) which has lots of lovely, positive words such as love, peace, joy, patience, kindness, gentleness, goodness, faithfulness and self-control as well as your child’s name.

You can choose from two colours for the body and a choice of material, one which is thicker and deals better with lots of cuddles. I went for the more durable one and I’m glad I did because Cherry loves it and keeps cuddling it.

You can also choose whether you want the eyes to be happy or sleeping (I chose sleeping).

Then you can choose from lots of colours for the heart, ears, hands and feet.

The sheep turned up in really lovely packaging.

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And the kids loved them!

Cherry is quite funny with toys, sometimes I think she will like something and she shows no interest in it whatsoever but she absolutely loves these.

They are a really good size too, approx 44 cms.

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They are just so lovely and make the perfect gift for any child as it’s something they can keep forever.

Disclaimer: We were sent these toys free of charge for the purpose of this review.

Comments

  1. says

    Wow those are amazing. I would love two for my kiddies. Nothing better than a good plush toy to cuddle. I keep seeing plush toys like these but they usually cost a small fortune for each one. I will have to check these out as I am dying to get some cuddly toys for my two. Thanks for sharing.

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