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FAB FIND: Hello Kitty Magic Apple Keychain

I wasn't really a fan of Hello Kitty.  Oh sure, I think she's cute and I'd buy the occasional item or 2.  But even since becoming a mom, I find myself looking at her in a different light.  Heck!  It's bordering on the fanatic since baby, who isn't even 3 months old, already has a number of items with this cat's famous mug on them.  Hehehe!

And lookie at what hubby recently gave us all the way from Singapore... a Hello Kitty magic apple keychain!

This is just too cute for words!  Her apple lights up in 7 different rainbow colors.

Makes a perfect bag light!  So cute!  =)

ADDITIONAL NOTE: I just recently found Gift Gate shops selling this for Php499.  Cute!  =)


  1. Supercute! Love ko si Hello Kitty! hihihi!

  2. @anney: Cute right? Hubby has taste. Hehehe! =D

  3. A very cute item to hang in your bag. Wow, a bit expensive huh!

  4. @mel of mmdc7 Online: There's one in the Sanrio store at Megamall. =)

    @Pink MagaLine: I agree. It is a bit pricey. Almost all HK items are. Hehehe! =)

  5. These are definitely nice keychains. They will make a lovely addition to our stores.

  6. super cool ate Tin!!! I love hello kitty!! kaya twag sa kin back in school "pusa" haha

    1. I have an officemate who also loved Hello Kitty. She doesn't even use tissues with Hello Kitty's face in them. She just buys and keeps it in her collection. Hehehe! =)


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