Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Pofuff: Turning Memories Into Reality

Look what finally arrived at our doorstep!(: Our Pofuffs!! YAY!

I posted about these amazing toys here and how happy I was that we have this kind of service in the Philippines. Pofuffs are stuffed toys created by your children. YES! These are your child's work of art turned into a toy. Amazing right?

Their aim is to unleash each child's creativity and turn it into something worth keeping (and hugging) to remember our little one's work of art.

My happy baby with his Pofuffs!(:

What I like about Pofuff is that they are supporting a community of  moms who create these lovely stuffed toys for our little ones. A portion of our payment goes to them. Win-win situation, right? We get to keep our little one's work of art at the same time, we are able to help other people.

His drawing

This is MigMig's drawing. The little red one had a "baby" (small circle) under it because he said that's his baby brother haha!(: I just requested Pofuff to remove that black circle. We named his drawing "Pochies"!

Thank you Pofuff!(:

Pofuff is still adjusting their price as of the moment. But I got 2 pairs of these for just P1,700!


GRAB your OWN Pofuff NOW!:


Pofuff: Turning Memories Into Reality

12 comments:

  1. I like this! My eldest loves to draw and create something wonderful even if she's just three. I would love to get my hands on this too :)

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  2. Wow, the price is not bad. Is the shipping already included there? My 3yo is so into drawing now so this is good news! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. oh nice! i just bought a knit toy for my daughter as well from gawad kalinga. theyre really cute, like dumb ways to die :)

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  4. This reminds me of the Nesfruta Real na Real campaign where kids' drawings were turned into toys.

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  5. Ang cool! It's my first time to know of Pofuff. I want my own Pofuff!!!

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  6. Wow! So lovely. My toddler doesnt know how to draw pa doodle lang ang alam sa ngayon hehe. Pero these are cute ha?! Sana mejo cheap pa ng slight.. hehehe =)

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  7. Yes just like Rowena I remembered the Nesfruta Campaign, where kids joined a contest and the winner can turn their creations into a stuff toy. I'll inquire nga sa kanila soon.

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  8. Great idea. :) I mean the kids could say that they "created" them. Cute!

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  9. Super Cute! :) Would like to have one of these pag marunong na mag drawing ang baby ko. Sa ngayon, kapag inattempt ko magpagawa, baka yung finished product eh isang mahabang linyang stuffed toy lang! :) Nice!!!

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  10. Ay cute and creative! My kids can't draw yet but I know they'll go crazy for it once theyre older and can draw na. Thanks for sharing!:)

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  11. AWWW so cute! I'll make kulit to my daughter to make a proper picture so we can have her drawings into a stufftoy too :)

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  12. So cute! Very nice idea of pofuff naman! how can I reach out to them? :)

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