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Win My Squishy Little Dumplings (10 available)

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We’ve got some rather cute toys from now on in our advent for you lovelies; today we are giving away a My Squishy Little Dumpling toy to TEN lucky winners. These are perfect for kids aged 5+ and we know your kids will love them. You won’t get these goodies before Christmas due to the time it closes (January 2022), but they can be a gift for a little later for your little ones.

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We are pretty sure you and the kids are going to love these, but let’s find out a little bit more about them first, shall we?

What are My Squishy Little Dumplings?

These are very cute little toys. Can YOU resist The Squish?!👇

These are four very gorgeous little characters that have marvellous little characters to go along with their cuteness overload. They are there to collect, and discover for your kids, and all come with little accessories to match their personalities.

They fit right into your hand, and all you have to do to unleash their personalities is to squeeze their little cheeks, and that helps to pop out their personalities.

They have over 50 different ways to react, and you can dress them, shake them up a bit, even tickle them. If you toss them, they light up while you play with them and make cute little sounds too.

They are £14.99 and available from Amazon, Smyths Toys, The Entertainer and Very.co.uk, as well as other shops too.

Some of their key features that your kids will go mad for are:

  • Get the body to pop out on your dumpling by squeezing its cheeks,
  • If you squeeze and hold the cheeks, they are tickled and then giggle,
  • Two cheek squeezes and they sing their favourite song,
  • Put their body back, and turn them over and you can hear “Wee Woo Boomba,”
  • If you want more reactions, chuck them in the air,
  • 50 things to discover.

There are a few different characters for the kids to collect:

  • Dee: She loves her heart glases and headband with a bow,
  • Dot: She is also into her glasses and has a cap,
  • Dip: Bit of an eighties girl here, as she is into her star head bopper and glasses, and finally
  • Doe: More like a flower power character, with a flower headband and a sleeping mask.

My Squishly Little Dumplings even have their own language, which is explaining in a little more detail on the packaging with the Squishionary.

The hair on the characters changing depending on their mood too:

  • Pink: Loving,
  • Yellow: Dreamy,
  • Orange: Amused,
  • Green: Energetic, and
  • Red: Silly.

Lots of fun for the kids – but how do you win them?

How to win your My Squishy Little Dumplings

We are sharing a Gleam with you today to enter to win your My Squishy Little Dumplings, and there are a few different options for you to enter to build up those entries to give you more chances to win:

  • Follow KiddyCharts ON Twitter,
  • Download the eBook for our fun Christmas activities, which one is your favourite,
  • Check out ALL the printables on the site, and see what wonderful ideas we have for your kids,
  • Tweet about the giveaways to those that follow you on Twitter,
  • Retweet about our wonderful giveaways, including our hashtag for our advent competitions, and
  • Share your unique url that we have provided for you, and you have more chances to win if anyone enters through that links.

We hope that you like these collectables – there are TEN to win, so more chances for you! This competition closes on 21st December at 11.59pm. Here is the entry widget for you:

Day 11: Win Little Squishy Dumplings collectables (10 available)

Thanks so much – if you like the giveaways we have on site, do keep coming back and why not share on social too?

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Cheers for stopping by, and we hope to see you again soon.

Helen

Graham Lewis

Monday 3rd of January 2022

My squishy nephews will love these!

james jordan

Sunday 2nd of January 2022

keeping my fingers crossed 🤞 👌

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