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Artsi- Plusheez Review and Giveaway


        Plusheez® Pals Bella

Ages 6+

Bella is the Plusheez® pal who is always a hoot. Use the special stylus and Pop in the Plush to create an awesome owl. No sewing required!

Contents: 150+ pieces, 1 stylus, 1 pillow

My Review:
Thank you Artsi for sending me your new Plusheez product to conduct my review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are mine.  

I had a 6 year old who happily sat down and completed her Plusheez in one sitting and only about 40 minutes.  Once she had completed she wanted to do another one.  She has kept the box for her Owl Plushee and created a nice little home for her.  My daughter has been playing with this new toy with extra caution.  I believe she is more protective over this toy because she had a hand in creating it/decorating it!  She has this sense of ownership and pride.  

When we opened the packaged I showed my daughter how to push the plush in the owl and after one example she was off on her own.  I was very pleased when I realized they send extra plush pieces since we added a couple extra ones in.  

These will make a great gift for that special little girl or even boy in your life.  There are seven different Plusheez and they retail for $14.99.  

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Unknown said…
love the heart and the butterfly
I would love the heart or Lola for my niece! These are so cute and a great gift idea!
Darlene said…
I love the Plusheez® Pals Bella
Maria K said…
I like Plusheez® Pals Lola.
Emillie Rose said…
I like the Plusheez® Heart!
Unknown said…
I would love to win the owl. So cute!
Jessica said…
I love the  Plusheez® Pals Bella  she is my favorite, but also the  Plusheez® Pals Zoey  is cute! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

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