You may. or may not, have heard of Itty Bittys before, but if you follow me on Instagram (if not, maybe take a look?) you’ll already have seen a sneak peak of the very new, painfully cute Star Wars Itty Bittys which Hallmark are bringing to the UK in February. If you haven’t seen them? Well, you’re missing out, even just photos of these little, collectables is amazingly cute and I defy anyone to disagree.
I’ve got some pics to share with you, and information on where you can get these once they’re in the uk, and then the giveaway will be featured at the end of the post.
Itty Bittys came to the UK, in Hallmark stores, last year but the Star Wars additions are only just making their way over here, amidst Star Wars fever and, my goodness, I’m so pleased they’re here/coming.
The range consists of the four that you see above, Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, Yoda and Chewbacca, as well as Storm Troopers, C3PO, R2D2 and Rey. The majority come straight from the original movies, but Kylo and Rey are fantastic additions to help celebrate the newest instalment, ‘The Force Awakens’.
Chewbacca – The ultimate in cuteness.
Darth Vader – If even Vader can be cute then you know you’re on to something.
Kylo Ren – A really impressive representation of the character, with added cute.
Yoda – I can’t, yet, decide if Yoda or Chewie is my favourite.
I was, originally, only expecting to be sent two of these so to be sent all four of our possible choices was incredibly exciting, especially as these are as cute in person as I expected them to be. They’re only small, but that makes them perfect for smaller hands (though no bad size for big hands too) and also sets them up nicely for collecting, it’ll take much much longer to use up all of your space, which means you can get more!
These little guys are £6, each, or 2 for £10 for in Gold Crown stores. which is a real bargain – You can check where your closest Hallmark store is here.
I, genuinely. didn’t think we had a Hallmark store, here, but it seems we do. It’s in a part of the town that I just couldn’t get to (what with the fact that I rarely leave the house), so I’m still incredibly grateful for having been sent these, but it’s well worth checking your closest as they might not be in an obvious place.
As if getting four, instead of two, Star Wars Ittys wasn’t enough. the lovely PR team for Hallmark were incredibly kind and sent us some of the super hero range too! So if Star Wars isn’t your thing, but the cuteness has captured you, it’s well worth checking these out to see if the other ranges are more your sort of thing. I think we’ll be saving Superman for Oliver, and I’m also planning buying him a Storm Trooper and a Yoda (plus I may need a few for myself, oh dear!)
If you noticed, in the title, that I’m hosting a giveaway then this might be the part of the post you’ve been itching to reach – I’ve been lucky enough to be given the chance to run a giveaway for you lovely people! The team at Hallmark are offering 3, random, Star Wars Itty Bittys to the winner, which would be a fantastic way to start your collection, continue your collection, or make a little one very happy, as you can see here.
The giveaway is for UK only and it will run until Monday the 1st of January. You need to be over 18 to enter (if you’re under 18 then see if a parent will enter for you) and you’ll need to enter via the rafflecopter below (see further down for more detailed t+cs). The only mandatory entry on the rafflecopter is to follow me on twitter, all other options are completely up to you (but will, of course, give you more chances to win).
– You must be 18 or over to enter the giveaway
– The Giveaway is UK only.
– The winner will be picked, randomly, via Rafflecopter
– There will be one winner
– The winner will have 28 days to reply to my email confirming their winning.
– The winner will need to supply me with their details. which I will then pass on to the PR company who will post your prize out to you.
– The giveaway runs until midnight on 1st February.
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