Monday, September 26, 2011

Happy Toy Machine Review and Giveaway!

Hi neighbors!

It was gorgeous out this morning when we went to the gym, but when we came out it was raining.   I was really hoping to spend some of the day outside working on the rose bushes.  Maybe tomorrow!

He is adorable!
So, instead I figured I would share this really neat company with my neighbors here At the Fence.  It is called Happy Toy Machine.  You actually get to design your own stuffed toy.  I made Webster, our new puppy.  But, I am getting ahead of myself.  Let me back up and tell you more about the company first.  When you visit their website, you sign in, and then start creating.  It is actually quite a bit of fun!  Be sure to let your child help, they will enjoy this.  You can choose a bear, puppy, cat, bunny, cow, robot, monster, alien, or a surprise.  I actually created a moose using the cow shape.  And a really cute cat!  You choose what you want to start with, and then go in and change different features and body parts.  I started with the head.  So far there is only one torso shape.  Next you can change the arms and legs.  It is fun watching your creation being made right there.  Then comes the tail, optional wings, and horns.  After completing the body you can work on the head.  Eyes, ears, eyebrows, nose, mouth, and facial features have several options to choose from, so feel free to play around until you get it right.  The facial features include, moustaches, whiskers, freckles, and pink cheeks. Hair is an option they are working on, but is not available right now.  Clothes and sound are also upcoming features.  They do have designs, that you can add to the torso of your creation.  There are stars, paw prints, hearts, targets, etc.  You can also add writing.  I put a paw print in white with Webster underneath in blue.    You can change the color of your creation, and I mean just about any part of your creation can be a different color.  I did Webster in black, with white paws, white muzzle, blue eyes, and of course his name in blue.  When you are done, you can save your project and create another.  You can share your completed toys with friends on Facebook, Twitter, etc.
So very soft!
Paw print and name.

From Happy Toy Machine:

"Happy Toy Machine lets you create your own cool, cute, and crazy custom plush (stuffed) toys. Design as many toys as you want for free, share them with your friends, and only buy one when you're ready. When you order we'll make your one-of-a-kind custom toy and ship it straight to you."

I think I lost him to M!

Happy Toy Machine allows you to create a unique gift for that special child.  What child would not like to have their very own, one of a kind creation!  You can create a toy for them, or give them a gift certificate and let them create their own.  Or maybe you could let them design and play around and then order something they created without them knowing!  A regular size toy 10-15 inches tall costs $29.99.  The large toy, 20-26 inches, is $49.99.  There are no extra charges for the embroidering of a name.  Everything I mentioned above comes in the cost of your creation.  It usually takes between 7-10 days to receive your plush toy.

M with Webster and Webster!

Be sure to follow Happy Toy Machine on Twitter and "like" them on  Facebook.

Now, here is the great news!  One neighbor will get a regular size Happy Toy Machine plush of their own.  (Your own design of course.)   Tweeting in only allowed once a day on this giveaway per sponsors request.  Please pay attention to the information below.  Giveaway will end 10/10

Winner will have six months to redeem the small toy from Happy Toy Machine. Winner must have completed the mandatory entry in order to all other entries to count. Giveaway is for US residents with a non-P.O. Box shipping address only.  Winner will have 72 hours to respond and provide shipping information or a new winner will be selected.


Patty White said...

That was so much fun!! Here is my Creation I shared on Twitter~!/patty432/status/119836340291514368

karenmed409 said...

I shared my creation on facebook
karenmed409 at comcast dot net

Anonymous said...

Here is my creation- shared on FB!/kellywcu/posts/296529593697439


Donna said...

Shared on Twitter!/ageorgiamomma/status/122851364392022016
shared on FB
Donna Marie

Gladys M said...

Here is my creation -shared on Fb -Gladys Macias

Mysteri_015 at yahoo dot com

bored2quickly said...

Here is my creation! bored2quickly by bored2quickly via @addthis

Renee Walters