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PetCakes Review and Giveaway

Recently my family was given the amazing opportunity to review PetCakes Collectibles.  We received 2 of their Forest Animal assortment pets to check out. Honey Cakes, pictured on the left, and her friend Bamboo Berry the second one in the picture. Of course my 4 year old daughter took to them before her brothers got a chance to even breath and instantly fell in love! For the last 6 days she has carried them with her EVERYWHERE! She even sleeps with them and has added the rest of them to her ever building birthday list. These are great toys and very durable, She loves that they can fit all the way down inside their wrappers to look just like cupcakes, but of course insists those are only for hide and seek. They even had to join us at computer time.

PetCakes has a great sale going on right now that I plan on taking complete advantage of and I hope you do to! When you buy any 4 PetCakes Collectibles plush toys you receive the PetCakes Collectibles minis for FREE all you pay is an additional $1.99 shipping! We are ordering the Series one for her birthday :O) she loves puppies.
PetCakes Has been so wonderful to offer one of my amazing fans the chance to own one of these adorable Pets for yourself. One winner will be selected to receive a PetCakes Collectible from their series 2 line(A $14.99 value). The pet will be chosen by PetCakes and shipped to the winner. If you would like to enter make sure you scroll down to the Rafflecopter entry form below :O)
**I received this product to test and review, I was in no way obligated to provide a positive review. Any and all views expressed were my own and were in no way influenced.**

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Angie said…
I like Nutty Nicky =) So cute.
Helen said…
I like Honey Cakes
Alex said…
Bamboo Berry is wicked cute
Steph said…
I like the lion
Kathleen loewer said…
nutty nicky for sure
Rochel S said…
I like Honey Cakes
rj7777 said…
I like RoCo Coco the raccoon. Rita Spratlen
I didn't see an e-mail sign up. Could you sign me up? I would love that.
Julie said…
blueberry buddy
I like 16.5" Amy Sue - Brown Hair. Thanks!
Jeryl M. said…
I like Honey Cakes.
Jennifer said…
Love the Rag Dolls
Kathryn Costa said…
Love the 35" La Bella Ballerina - Blonde Hair.
Melanie B said…
I like the Honey Cakes
theresa said…
Honey Cakes. Thanks.
royalegacy said…
I love Honey Cakes!
Danielle S
Jeanna said…
I lke Nutty Nicky!!

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