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Chris-Carl Stuffed Toys from Divisoria

Divisoria never fails to amaze me.  It's the place to be whenever you need cheap toys, supplies and knickknacks.  Cheap does, however, come with a price (pun intended), and most often than not, one finds that quality is often compromised in the quest of saving a few bucks.

There are, however, a few exceptions.  Stuffed toys from Chris-Carl are one of those.

Chris-Carl stuffed toys

What really caught my eye was their uncanny similarity to Forever Friends bears.  But unlike the latter which usually only comes in light brown palettes, Chris-Carl's comes in really rich colors one doesn't usually find in stuffed bears.

It's like the physical characteristics of a Forever Friends bear mingled with the rich colors of a Ty beanie baby.  Cute!

Forever Friends bear (left) and a Ty beanie baby side-by-side
(photos taken from Friends Forever, and Table and Home websites)

Oh!  And did I mention they're all locally made?

Larger Chris-Carl bears sell for Php75.  Already comes with the plastic case.  Smaller ones (like the white one pictured below) sell for Php100 for 3 pieces.

Stuffed!

Chris-Carl stuffed toys also offer bigger and smaller bears than the ones pictured.  They also have other stuffed animal toys other than bears.

Don't they make great gifts and souvenirs?  J

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Chris-Carl Stuffed Toys
Stall 2C-05, 168 Divisoria Shopping Mall
Binondo, Manila
T     (+63 2) 890 1737 / 227 0376 / 664 3504
M    (+63 929) 365 1334
E     ccst_3@yahoo.com.ph

Comments

  1. i was never fond of divisoria, even for christmas gift shopping:-(. the few times i was there i ended up feeling i didn't get my money's worth.

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  2. @myrockingcradle.com: I'm usually more picky when it comes to buying at Divisoria stalls since, yes, most of the time they are really not made to last. But I get a lot of my craft supplied there especialy when going really huge DIY projects that require a lot of raw material. =)

    @michymichymoo: It does plus it doesn't cheap. =)

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  3. @Christian | Lakad Pilipinas: Lalo na malapit na Christmas. Hehehe! =)

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