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Slinky 400130-2 Ideal SNO Toys SNO-Buddy Penguin
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- Instant Penguin, just add snow
- Make a whole colony in no time
- Penguin stands 11in. Tall by 7in. Wide
- Includes a 2-Piece mold
- Recommended for children 5 years of age and older
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Ideal Sno Toys Sno-Buddy Penguin is a snow mold that lets you create a penguin in seconds. Build a whole colony to live in your yard, in minutes! Just pack each half of the mold with snow, snap them together and pull them apart to unleash your Sno-Buddy into the world. Penguin stands 11in. tall by 7in. wide. Includes a 2-piece mold. Recommended for children 5 years of age and older.
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|Item Dimensions||9.16 x 5.00 x 12.86 inches||4.63 x 3.50 x 15.25 inches||10.00 x 5.00 x 5.00 inches||15.00 x 5.50 x 5.50 inches|
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O who am I kidding...my son is a year and a half...this gift is for me!! Best 12 bucks I’ve spent in a long time!
Tomorrow I will be making an army of penguins 🤣
I highly recommend this product!! Every child living in a snowy climate should own one or two.
It takes a bit of practice and patience to get all the details. The beak is the hardest. Pack it bit by bit and it will come out complete.