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Product Review: Hello Kitty Towel Bundle Set

Disclaimer: I received this item for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com talks about the Hello Kitty Towel Bundle Set she received for review.

I absolutely love this Hello Kitty Towel Bundle! First let me say the candy bracelets are something I had not seen for some time and something that kids are going to have fun with – one for them, one for a friend. My husband and I ate ours as my grandkids were not here. They are hard candy that did not just break off the string. I had to bite into each one but then it did easily come apart.

The toothbrush is just too cute – and I love that it comes with a cover to keep the toothbrush clean and germ-free. I am keeping it here for my oldest granddaughter so it has not been used yet, but it does seem very nice.

As for the towel – well I wanted that for my bathroom. I absolutely love Hello Kitty and have since my Japanese pen pal introduced her to me back in the early 1980’s. The towel is plenty large enough for my to wrap around myself after a bath. It is soft, washes well and so far has not faded during washing and drying. The towel is 100% cotton and is the standard size for a beach towel. It is well constructed with no loose seams or threads and I imagine it will last for years.

This would make a great gift item for anyone who loves Hello Kitty – young or old.

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