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Build A Bear Holiday Review

Nothing can bring a smile to a child's face like a new fuzzy friend. In our house when we are looking for a new friend we turn to Build A Bear Workshop.
The nearest store to us is 6 hours away which we love to visit when we visit grandma and grandpa, but when we can't we are so happy Build A Bear has a great online store where we can customize a new friend for our children. This holiday season we were introduced to a new friend that we had not yet seen. Christmas Cookie Bear is not only adorable covered in sprinkles, but she smells just like a freshly baked cookie. My daughter was filled with joy when this wonderful bear arrived in the mail she could hardly wait to take her and introduce her to some of her other friends. Build A Bear is always well built and holds up to the wear and tear of any little child who may want to "love" on them. Check out some of the other holiday friends including Gingerbread Hello Kitty, Rudolph,
Right now you can take advantage of many great sales Build A Bear has going on just in time for Christmas. For a limited time select friends are $15 a piece and outfits 2 for $15 just enter the code 98360 after selecting your choices HERE . With any $30 purchase you can also add Holiday Hugs Bear for just $5 HERE. Don't miss out on these great sales and if you order by Monday December 17th you will receive your friend in time for Christmas by select economy shipping. Bring Joy to a little one in your family this Christmas with Build A Bear. Build A Bear wants to help make one Christmas just a little brighter by giving away a bear to one fan. Enter on the Rafflecopter below for the chance to win Pink Snowflake Bear :O)
**I received the above mention product in order to write a complete and honest review. All views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced**

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Comments

Nadene Adams said…
I would love to win this bear for my daughter.
Melanie B said…
Me...just kidding :) My youngest daughter :)
Audra Weathers said…
I would like to win this for my daughter who just turned four.
Maureen said…
I would love to win this for my daughter whose birthday is next month!

Maureen
maureen.tenney@gmail.com
Anonymous said…
I have several grandchildren that would love to have a bear :)
alena said…
i would love to win this for my daughter
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cathy zera-stesney said…
my daughter! she turns 5 in february & she would love this :)

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Stephanie said…
Would love to win this for my daughters.
Jessica Hager said…
I would like to win this for my daughter. She loves Build-A-Bear!
Angie said…
I would love to win this for my daughter!!!
jodi baird said…
My daughter,she has been going on about going to build a bear!!
Janell wagner said…
For my youngest grandson
Holly said…
I am putting together a Christmas for my neighbors. This will be their first Christmas without their Mom who died in Sept. I would give this very special bear to the 11 yr old.
Nancy Riley said…
It would be donated to a child in Newtown Ct
iradi8 said…
My daughter loves BAB, so it would be for her.
crashlehcar84 said…
I would love to win this bear for my niece!
LeettleBaby said…
alanna (dot) delbosque (at) mavs.uta.edu
Karen said…
My niece would love this bear..
Jeni Mitchell said…
I would love to win this bear for my nieces.
jenimadison (a t ) centurytel (d ot ) net
Anonymous said…
My son.
lilyk said…
I would love to win this bear for my friend!

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