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Giant Microbes- Merry Christmas Microbes

As most of my readers know by now I LOVE Well in case you didn't know yet we are a family of nerds so when the opportunity came around to check out Giant Microbes new Merry Christmas Microbes, I won't lie we all giggled and got excited. In fact when they came we proceeded to pick who would be which virus. These ornaments are well made and cutely labeled so you know just which disease you have hehe. What is more exciting then a virus you might ask?? A virus that is ready just in time for the holidays! I really just cannot wait to put these on my tree :O) I received the Christmas Tree shaped box and I think will complete my set with the Stocking set before Christmas ;O) Here is what disease you can get in each box!

Mom(brain cell of course), Dad(E.Coli),David(common Cold), Allison(kissing Disease), Nicholas(Red Amoeba)

Looking for a disease of your own?? Giant Microbes has a whole line of adorable contagions just for you. What a better time to give then the Holidays, and nothing sys I love you like E.Coli haha!
If you love these make sure to check out our BIG CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY starting on the 20th of October! 
NEW! Christmas Stocking Box includes:
Penicillin, Salmonella, Red Blood Cell, Dust Mite and limited edition Green Amoeba! Festively adorned with decorative puffs, embroidered holly, snowflakes, reindeer nose and antlers, and cute scarf and ear muffs!

Christmas Tree Box Ornaments:
Trim your tree with Common Cold, Brain Cell, Kissing Disease, E. coli and the limited edition Red Amoeba, festively adorned with a Santa hat, candy cane, mistletoe, reindeer antlers, and winter scarf.
**I received the above mentioned products in order to write an honest review all views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced**  



Melinda Dunne said…
Oh my goodness those are so cute! My husband is a medic and I am a germaphobe. These would be great to have at our house. lol!
Mellissa Hanks said…
HAHA you should really look through their selection they have Soooo many cute ones! And how can you be afraid of them ;o) they are soft.
Michele D said…
Those are cute! I have not seen anything like that before.These would be great for a secret santa gift. :)
Mellissa Hanks said…
These would be so fun as a secret santa gift!
They are so cute!!! I love those darn things!
Jo Steph said…
So cute. Not for me, the germaphobe, but still cute!
That is cute, are they for mini trees, I would love to have them for my desk. I know exactly which one will be my boss!

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