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GUND Boo! Adorable!


Hi Neighbors!

Take a moment to look at these adorable Itty Bitty Boo from GUND!  My daughters have all been in awe over them.  These make the perfect small gift idea.  I am sure your children will adore them.  They are so soft and cuddly.  And they are sooooo cute!  These would also be a good gift idea for your children to exchange with their friends.  Or maybe for a gift exchange.

These Itty Bitty Boo are available online for $12.00.  I received Itty Bitty Boo in a striped shirt #001, Itty Bitty Boo in a camouflage hoodie #002 and Itty Bitty Boo in knit hat and scarf #003.  They are just 5 inches but have a big personality!



GUND has been creating cuddly creations since 1898.  You know you just "Gotta Get a GUND!" About GUND:


GUND was founded by German immigrant Adolf Gund in Norwalk Connecticut in 1898. Using the best fabrics available he built a reputation that distinguished the company from its competition. When he retired in 1925, he sold the business to Jacob Swedlin with the understanding that the name and principles of GUND would always remain.
Mr. Swedlin passed control of the company to his daughter Rita and her husband Herbert Raiffe in 1969. It was during their tenure that GUND developed the trademarked manufacturing techniques that make GUND plush truly “The World’s Most Huggable”.
Bruce Raiffe became the third generation to run the company in 1993. Over the next decade, GUND expanded into international markets, and acquired in-demand licensed properties.



Boo is just too adorable.  Be sure to find them on Facebook and Twitter.


One neighbor will receive my Itty Bitty Boo in striped shirt.  Enter now!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive 3 Itty Bitty Boo for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.



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Comments

Darlene said…
I think ITTY BITTY BOO - #002 Camouflage Hoodie is the cutest.
ShellyH said…
I like the ITTY BITTY BOO - #003 Knit Hat & Scarf
scottsgal said…
fuzzy the chocolate bear is cute
DEBIJOT said…
I think #2 Hat and Scarf is the cutest.
tawndam said…
there is just something about a pup in a hoodie... ☺ ITTY BITTY BOO - #002 Camouflage Hoodie
Janet W. said…
ITTY BITTY BOO - #003 Knit Hat & Scarf is the cutest!
Kimberly said…
I like the him in the Knit Hat and Scarf
Jan Lee said…
The one in the knit hat and scarf is adorable, :)
Marie said…
I like the ITTY BITTY BOO - #003 Knit Hat & Scarf

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April Yedinak said…
These are absolutely adorable! I also really like the one in the knit hat and scarf. I used to have a tiny dog that I dressed for winter.

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ShempGames said…
The knit hat & scarf is pretty adorable
Brittany said…
ITTY BITTY BOO - #002 Camouflage Hoodie
Anne N. said…
I like the knit hat and scarf Boo.
ITTY BITTY BOO - #001 Striped Shirt
Kimberly said…
The ITTY BITTY BOO - #003 Knit Hat & Scarf is so cute!
Joanne said…
The one with the knit hat and scarf.
Unknown said…
i love the ITTY BITTY BOO - #001 Striped Shirt
AMY said…
Itty Boo Camoflauge Hoodie is my favorite. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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