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Monday, 15 December 2014

Teeny Beanies Beanbag - Review!

Teeny Beanies are a UK based company who offer a wide range of handmade character animal beanbags, bunting, cushions, bags and much, much more.
 
Most of Teeny Beanies items can be personalised for a small additional charge.
 
Bethany was recently asked if she would like to try out one of their gorgeous Beanbags.

 
There were so many different characters to choose from, Peggy Pig, Woolly Sheep, Melvin Monkey, Digby Dog, Milky Moo Cow, Rodney Reindeer, Edmund Elephant, and lots, lots more!
 
With it coming up to Christmas we chose Rodney Reindeer, he comes in Red or Green, as you can see Bethany went for Red.
 
 
When he arrived we eagerly unwrapped him - we were not disappointed, Bethany instantly recognised that the character was a Reindeer and she loved that it had her name on it.
 
The Beanbag was top quality and very comfortable (and soft), it had enough air space for Bethany to be able to sink into it.
 
Dressed up as Elsa watching Frozen while sat on Rodney!
 
Bethany has been using Rodney lot's, sometimes she sitting on him watching television in the lounge, sometimes she leans on him! He's been taken upstairs and sat on while reading books, his uses seem to be endless.
 
 
The outside of the beanbag is machine washable which is a great as nothing stays clean forever with little ones. The zip is inverted for extra safety to keep little wandering fingers out, which is a fab idea as Bethany can get a little curious sometimes!
 
 
We received a Medium sized Rodney which is recommended for ages 5-7. Rodney is also available in small (age 3-5), and Large (age 7 plus).
 
 
Teeny Beanies beanbags start at £35 and are £5 extra for personalisation.
 
Pop over and check out their fantastic shop.
 

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Disclaimer: We were sent the Rodney Reindeer Beanbag for the purpose of the review, but have received no other form of compensation to provide this review. All opinions are my own.

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