BEANIE KIDS - SPRINKLES THE EASTER BUNNY BEAR
Skansen BK862 Premier Exclusive
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SKANSEN BEANIE KID
"SPRINKLES THE EASTER BUNNY BEAR"
DOB: 30 March 2010
Star Sign: Aries
Released: February 2011
Retired: February 2011
If you go for a walk down in Fantasy Glade you will notice a new house. It’s Sprinkles the Easter Bunny Bears home and it’s made of chocolate! Sprinkles built it himself using blocks of chocolate for the walls. He has decorated the walls with smarties and has used freckles for roof tiles. Sprinkles house is a very popular spot for Beanie Kids to visit and replacing parts of his house that other Beanie Kids have eaten is almost a full time job. Most of his other time is spent making Easter Eggs to hide around the island for the Giant Beanie Island Easter Egg Hunt that occurs once a year. If you look carefully early in the morning you will find coloured bunny footprints leadin g to many of the eggs. It’s a sure way to find a basket full of Sprinkles’ delicious eggs!
This Beanie Kid is a Premier Exclusive release
A Premier Exclusive Beanie Kid is only released via accredited premier stockists. They are immediately Retired and are no longer produced making them harder to come by and more valuable.
This Beanie is in Mint condition with Tush tag and Swing Tag and has not been on display.
SIZE: Approx 21cm ( Approx 8¼" )
Photo's shown are the actual Beanie Kid for sale.
Beanie Kid(s) will be wrapped in bubble wrap for their safe journey to their new home.
I'm happy to combine postage with other Beanies and if you have any questions please contact me.
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- Item Location
- Lynwood, 6147, Western Australia, Australia
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- Item must be returned within 7 days after the buyer receives it. You must return items in their original packaging and in the same condition as when you received them. The buyer is responsible for return postage costs. Refunds by law: In Australia, consumers have a legal right to obtain a refund from a business if the goods purchased are faulty, not fit for purpose or don't match the seller's description.