Bananas: Check Out These Fun Mini Collectible Toys


Thank you to Cepia LLC for sponsoring this post. 

Do your kiddos love small collectible toys like mine do? If so, you have to check out Bananas – a fun blind-reveal collectible toy by Cepia LLC that comes packed with mini surprises in their very own colorful toy banana.

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Just peel open to discover individually wrapped mini, adorable “Crushie” characters and accessories. Each Banana includes a cute character, two mini squeezable friends, a hanging vine for your Crushie toy to hang on, gemstones to personalize and decorate with, and a collector sheet with a sticker.

 

 

 

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With six Banana colors and twenty-four characters in total, my kiddos are having a blast collecting and trading Bananas and sticking them back inside their Banana case to take on the go. There is definitely something fun about the process of peeling the banana to discover all the tiny trinkets inside – and they even smell yummy too! I like the fact that the case can be re-sealed – and the little goodies can be tucked away in their Banana homes for safe keeping.

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Pick up Bananas as a single toy (suggested retail $3.99) or in a “Banana’s bunches” three-pack (recommended retail $9.99). And be on the lookout for the four rare Crushies named Princess Pi, Lucy Leopard, Andrew Monkey, and Pipo Panda – along with one ultra-rare Crushie named Gail Giraffe! Grab ’em online (with those holiday gift cards!) at Amazon, and at all Target, select Walmart and Barnes & Noble stores, as well as specialty stores nationwide. Have fun joining in the Bananas-craze on social with the hashtags #GoBananas #BananaToys and #BananasCollectibles – and look out for Bananas wave 2 coming soon!

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  1. Stefanie Latorre says

    Those cases so cool!

    • I agree. So many of the mini collectibles come in packaging that is tossed. I like how the toys can be placed back inside the banana case.

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