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World's Smallest as Stocking Stuffers

Hi All!!

I LOVE these little toys!!  They are the World's Smallest from Super Impulse and many are toys from childhood.  They work and can be played with, but they are super tiny.  If your daughter has American Girl dolls, some of these would be appropriate size for her dolls.

Super Impulse has, World's Smallest, World's Coolest, Micro Arcade, Tiny Arcade, and Boardwalk Arcade, just to name a few.  Many of the toys and games are retro, but I think kids today will enjoy them just as much as the adult who fondly remembers them and displays them at their work desk or at home.

I have UNO, which comes in an Uno box, has the cards and instructions and can be played like a regular UNO game.




Next is a Nerf Super Soaker.  This also works.  It is easier to hold the soaker down in a bowl of water to fill it, than it is to try and pour water in the tiny hole.  My daughter could not believe how far it could spray.

Last up is the Micro Arcade, Tetris.This handheld game comes with a USB charging cord.  Sort of neat because you can see the components inside.  Has an on/off switch, as well as a volume switch.




This is not all that the World's Smallest has of course.  I have a previous purchase of a Etch-a-Sketch, and a Yo-Yo.  I collect Schoenhut dolls, that are antique dolls that are made of wood with spring/metal joints, so they can be posed.  They are 12"-21" and are from the early 1900's.I love to use accessories like this with the dolls.

These tiny toys are perfect stocking stuffers.  You can choose from the World's Smallest Barbie to a World's Smallest Lincoln Log Set.  They are amazing!!  They carry tiny handheld electronics as well as mini Boardwalk Arcades, like Skeeball.

Visit the Super Impulse website and then you can purchase these items on Amazon or at a local retailer.  Be sure to give them a follow on their social media.
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Glad we could meet today, where neighbors share!


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