childhood treasures - part II

Does anyone remember Popples?! "Pop, pop, Popples!"

I do, however I couldn't remember any of their names. After a little Google searching I rediscovered that this particular purple Popple is called, Pretty Bit Popple. 'Bit'?

Apparently she's, "a tad bit shy as well as a tad bit pretty. She likes to write poems and always talks in rhyme! She is also the Popple expert on manners and etiquette. She, Potato Chip, and Putter make-up the smallest sized Popple trio."

And she is on Facebook

7 comments:

dropstitch said...

I had that Popple! I don't think I ever knew her official name (I just called her Popple) but I did love her very much.

angela said...

Well, I must of been growing up under a rock because I have never heard of Poppies. They do look awfully cute!

I've been meaning to pop by to respond to your question you left about Luka's adorable man doll. It bought it at the Daylesford Craft Market from this lovely lady www.thecraftrevival-magdalena.blogspot.com.au. She is super talented... like you : )

xx

Kylie said...

Same goes for this little one - so cute!! I'd never heard of them before but I love it :) Kx

jay said...

how funny, i saw one at an op shop yesterday and it transported me back in time, it was a bright pink popple, my son was captivated and pleaded with me, but it was a little too scungy (?! that word takes me back too eek). xx jay

Carly said...

OMG I had forgotten all about popples!! Awesome!

Andrea said...

I had a yellow one :)

mama bear said...

I had Prize! The dark pink one with green and pink ears. I got her for my 10th birthday from my friend Katie Davies.

I think my mum still has her, somewhere. Thanks for reminding me! x