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Sensory Toys

Meet "The Peepos"
They are lovable soft and snuggly Sensory monsters

The Peepos have been tested thoroughly and passed their CE certification

They are great for any child or adult and are especially great as a sensory toys due to their super soft, touchy feely wool.

If you would like to order one of The Peepos Monsters please 


My order book is now open!!!


Booboos £45.00
He is a lovely 15 cm high (approx) ball of monster fun.
He loves to play with his best buddy Boogalobie




Boogalobie £55.00
 He is 33 cm high ( approx) and is actually quite a shy squishy monster given his size.
He likes to play with his buddy Booboos and have snuggles at bedtime.




Floffles £45.00
She is 15 cm high (approx) and is the cheekiest of all the monsters. 
She loves a good game and giggles a lot.




Pookiechu £65.00
 She is 29 cm high (approx) and is the mother hen of the group. 
Watching over all the monsters especially her little buddy Tinkywink.




Tinkywink £25.00
 She is 11 cm high (approx) She is the smallest of the monsters but is also fearless. 
With her small size and little wings she can dart around wherever she likes.




Whoowoo £15.00
He is 17cm high (approx) and he is the quietest of all the monsters.
He likes to play with the boys and get up to mischief with Floffles.

Each toy comes with its own CE label (please remove this before giving to a child) and its very own Cuddle Certificate

If you have any questions regarding my monsters please contact me
Prices are excluding P and P please contact me for prices

Happy Sensory Snuggles
Helen


xxx

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