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Say “I love you” with an adorable Tatty Teddy

Say “I love you” with an adorable Tatty Teddy

This Valentine’s Day sweep your loved one off their feet with an adorable, Tatty Teddy furry friend from the Build-A-Bear Workshop. You’re also welcome to add a special, personalised recorded message (in your own voice) telling them just how wonderful you think they are.

What makes Tatty Teddy unique is that you can build him yourself, or even treat your special one to join in the fun. Choose your Tatty Teddy furry friend and stuff him until you think he’s perfect, add his heart and record your own love message on our Build-A-Sound voice box for the ultimate romantic experience.

Tatty Teddy is available at selected Toy Kingdom stores, or in Build-A-Bear Workshop stores in Gateway Theatre of Shopping and Tyger Valley Centre. You can also find a Build-A-Bear Workshop in these Edgars stores nationwide: Mall of Africa, Sandton City, East Gate, The Pavilion and Canal Walk. Tatty Teddy retails for R299.90 until 14 February. Add an additional Build-A-Sound Voice box for only R109.90.

 

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