Santa & His Friends Have Arrived at the Build-A-Bear Workshop! {Review & Giveaway}

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Before Alleigh was even born Dustin and I began visiting our local Build-A-Bear Workshop to make her adorable stuffed animals for her jungle themed nursery.  Once she was old enough to understand the process she wanted to visit the Build-A-Bear Workshop all the time.  In fact now when we are shopping at the mall it is very hard to get out of there without at least making a visit to browse around the store.  Of course the girls usually can convince us to let them make a new friend… the process is just too much fun.

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We end up leaving with two happy girls each carrying a Build-A-Bear box.  There are so many Build-A-Bear’s in our house that it’s starting to look like a Workshop too, hehe.  With all those stuffed animals floating around Willow still only has one which she received from her Nan, but at fifteen months old I thought it was time her collection started growing.

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I was so excited to see that the new holiday products had launched at Build-A-Bear Workshop including Frosty the Snowman, Wishes Santa, Merry Mouse, Clarice, and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.  I knew Willow would love any of these Christmas Classic friends to cuddle, but decided Rudolph would be best.  When he arrived at our home I was thrilled to see that he looked exactly like the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer I love watching on television every year.

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Rudolph measures 15” tall and has super soft brown fur with black eyes and I love that he can stand on all four legs.  One of the best parts of making your Build-A-Bear is dressing them and Rudolph sure was styling when he arrived at our house.  He was all decked out in a Christmas sweater, hat, and scarf plus a jingle bell collar and slippers that looked just like him.

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Of course Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer just has to have a glowing nose!  This was Willow’s favorite part… she kept grabbing his nose and smiling.

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Willow simply adores Rudolph.  She even thought his taste in slippers was so great that she took a pair for herself, hehe.  I suppose that is one perk to having such tiny baby feet.  She is loving her new Build-A-Bear so much that the only problem I foresee is now leaving the Build-A-Bear Workshop with three boxes on every visit!  I think Clarice should be next… naturally.

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With Christmas right around the corner Build-A-Bear is the perfect gift for that special someone in your life.  You could make one or give a gift card to give the gift of the Build-A-Bear Workshop experience.  I know my girls would be stoked to find a Build-A-Bear gift card tucked into their stocking on Christmas morning.

And guess what.  Two lucky Happenings of the Harper Household readers are going to experience a Build-A-Bear Workshop because we are giving away two $25 gift cards!  To enter simply fill out the giveaway form below.  Good luck!

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59 Responses to Santa & His Friends Have Arrived at the Build-A-Bear Workshop! {Review & Giveaway}

  1. Juliana Wade says:

    I would make Rudolph!

  2. courtney b says:

    we would make a little pony, we love the process… 🙂

  3. Cynthia R says:

    if we won, we would make a Magical MY LITTLE PONY RAINBOW DASH®

  4. Jenny Dixon says:

    Love happy hugs in thor costume. Caden would be so excited and Jax is a big stuffed animal fan too.

  5. Rebecca Orr says:

    I would love to make pinky penguin for my daughter. And pirate bear would be fun for my son. Thanks!

  6. K.Pugh says:

    I’d build 3 of the $8 Online Exclusive Animals for my youngest kids. What I like most about BAB is the ever changing amount of choices for the kids.
    Thanks for the chance.

  7. christine jessamine says:

    I like the Santa

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