Review: Pieced Plush Toys from Red Envelope

Red Envelope carries lots of great gift items and they’ve just added almost 400 new items to their website for the fall season.  I’m very happy to have had the opportunity to review this fabulous pieced plush robot that was personalized for my oldest son.  My three boys (two age six and one age seven) are young enough that they still want plush toys to play with and sleep with, but they’re also old enough that they don’t want anything they would consider to be “for babies” or “for girls”.  Well this plush robot is PERFECT for them – they love robots and Jacob is so pleased that it has his name on it and everybody knows who it belongs to so there is no fighting over that.

The robot is very well made with adorable embroidered features and durable stitching, plus he’s got a bean bag bottom so he can sit up on his own.  Jacob’s favorite part is the patch front pocket where he can hide his little trinkets, and my favorite part is that he loves it so much!

In addition to the robot you can also choose personalized lion or owl plush toys, or lots of other fun kids room decor items like personalized signs, vintage inspired toys and wooden piggy banks.  There are so many wonderful gift items to choose from, but I particularly love these kids personalized pillows that allow you to choose hair color and skin tone in addition to personalizing with your child’s name. 

You’re sure to find something for everyone on your gift list at Red Envelope, and all of their unique gift items come with a satisfaction guarantee!

Disclosure – Red Envelope provided me with the plush toy described above for the purpose of facilitating this review.  I received no compensation for this post and all thoughts and comments are my own.


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  1. These toys and pillows look sooooo awesome! Think I’ve found the perfect place to start my Christmas shopping!!!! Thanks so much for the heads’ up on these super neat items!

  2. I have 3 boys that would love these for Christmas.

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