January 18th is distinguished as Winnie the Pooh Day – in honor writer A.A. Milne’s birthday – and is one of the silliest, cuddliest holidays created. So we decided to share some collectibles of Pooh and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood to commemorate:
Whenever Pooh Bear gets a rumbly in his tumbly the first thing he reaches for is his hunny pot, so it makes sense that he would dress as a honey bee for Halloween. Made of stone resin, this Pooh statue stands about 7 1/4-inches tall.
If you find yourself particularly pessimistic and gloomy who better to keep your keys safe than someone who understands your pain like Pooh’s best friend Eeyore? Used for keys or to attach to a backpack, bookbag or computer case. Measures about 2 1/4-inches tall.
Head down to Pooh Corner and you just might find Kanga or even her son, Roo! Packaged in a window display box, this Roo Pop! Vinyl Figure measures approximately 3 3/4-inches tall.
The wonderful thing about Tiggers is that Tiggers are a wonderful thing! And the Disney Traditions Tigger Statue certainly is a wonderful thing. From the wonderful mind of Jim Shore, return to the Hundred Acre Wood with this pouncy, trouncy, and fun-fun-fun statue based on Winnie the Pooh!
Beware! Someone is looking to steal your honey and it’s this Woozle Pop! Vinyl Figure! The Woozle measures approximately 3 3/4-inches tall.