Why decorate for the holidays when you can decorate for the season? Percival the polar penguin will look great with your holiday decor but because he is a penguin, he can stay out all winter long!
All decked out, with his red hat and plaid fleece scarf, he is all set for the cold winter months. He will look great no matter where he is placed. Nestled on your mantle among twinkle lights or sitting on a table, he is sure to please
A wonderful addition to your decor or a fun gift for any penguin enthusiast! Percival would look right at home when paired with Blizzard the frosty snowman too!
If you enjoy decorating for the holidays or have a thing for penguins, then you will LOVE Percival the polar penguin! With a weighted bottom, so he can stand up steady and straight, he will add charm no matter where he is placed.
With three jingle bell buttons and a red plaid fleece scarf, he is prepared for whatever cold he may encounter! His coordinating red stocking hat, also made of fleece, has an adorable tiny bell on top. His black and white body is also a soft fleece-like material so he is literally soft to touch from his head down to this toe! At Christmas, I like to set him on my bay window in my kitchen, among the holiday display that I put out every year. He looks great standing next to the mini holiday tree and vintage Santa.
A friend of mine has a penguin/snowflake theme on her mantle so she places Percival among the greens and snowflake twinkle lights. She has other penguins in the display so Percival looks right at home! I love the idea of a penguin/snowflake mantle because it can remain up beyond Christmas. Theoretically, it could stay out all winter!
Percival the polar penguin makes a fun and unique gift for any penguin enthusiast or can be a great beginning for anyone wanting to begin collecting them! There are so many options these days, it shouldn’t be hard finding different ones that could become the start of an amazing collection!
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