Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster 12 Inch Plush – Gift for Toddler – Bundle

September 27, 2017 - Comment
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(as of September 27, 2017 4:52 pm GMT - Details)

This is a bundle of 4 items: Elmo – Take Along 12 Inch Plush – by Gund – Elmo is one of the most popular Sesame Street characters. He started out in 1972 as “Baby Monster”, but eventually he was named Elmo. Like many pre-schoolers and toddlers, he refers to himself in the third person. This plush toy is red, soft, and huggable. Big Bird – Take Along 12 Inch Plush – by Gund – Big Bird has been on Sesame Street from it’s inception in 1969. He’s by far the most beloved character in the cast. This plush is 12 inches long. Cookie Monster – Take Along 12 Inch Plush – by Gund – Cookie Monster is the Blue muppet who is obsessed with cookies. He’s also been on Sesame Street from it’s inception in 1969. This plush is 12 inches long. How to Care For Plush – Copyrighted by Frank Frost – A guide to care for and clean plush. It will help you keep your plush clean and fresh smelling and looking new.

Product Features

  • This is a bundle of 4 items:
  • Elmo – Take Along 12 Inch Plush – by Gund
  • Big Bird – Take Along 12 Inch Plush – by Gund
  • Cookie Monster – Take Along 12 Inch Plush – by Gund
  • Also includes a “how to” guide to care for plush (copyrighted material)

Comments

Ann says:

My son loves them! These are great! My 17 month old son loves Sesame street so we are redecorating his room. My son has never shown any interest in plush toys. I was surprised that he has been playing with these 3 nonstop. I bought them as decoration for his room but instead he just plays with them. He knows their names and brings each one to me. He loves them! I am not sure how long they will last but for now they are great!

D Kathleen says:

Perfectly cute. Perfect size. Perfect colors. Perfect likenesses. Perfect for toddlers.

Monica M. says:

Five Stars Bought them for baby niece. They are really cute and soft, and are exactly as the picture.

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