Some of you will have seen - or even met the little bundles of fun featured in the pictures below.
The big dragon fairies are approximately 60cm x 30 cm x 40cm (h/w/d) and are not cheap – £70 each, not including P&P. (I have no idea how much p&p will be for these big ones as yet, but as soon as I take an order I’ll find out)
The medium dragon fairies are approximately 33cm x 25cm x 20cm are £30 – p&p via recorded delivery – £4
The small dragon fairies are approximately 22 x 15 x 15 are £20 - p&p via recorded delivery – £2
The photo below gives you a feel for the scale differences between the three sizes.
All toys have the CE marking too - which is right (and a legal requirement) as most people would clearly define these creatures as toys. I am also aware that a number of you want to buy them for children too. (The first recipient being my little nephew).
If you would like one, please tweet your email address to me in a DM (if I’m not following you, please send me an @Puffles2010 tweet) & if you’re not on Twitter, please leave your email address in the ‘comments’ field – don’t worry, I won’t publish them so you won’t get spammed.
See http://www.flickr.com/photos/puffles2010/ for more pictures of Puffles and other dragon fairies as they spread their wings.
As is probably clear from this page, and as I’ve set out in more detail Selling stuff online, I’m still very new to all of this and am grateful for all constructive advice – such as the excellent comments from Mike Galloway who posted in response to the above-mentioned article. If things don’t feel as smooth as ordering online from a big name retailer, it’s because I am a complete amateur at this – no, really.