TY Mini Boos Collectables – Giveaway

I can remember as a kid collecting everything and anything I could get my hands on – trolls, teddies, miniature dolls, stamps you name it I collected it. This year TY released Mini Boos Collectibles and the second I saw the range I thought of me… I mean my children! 12 super adorable collectables each one cuter than the next. Featuring coconut the monkey, pinky the owl, duke the dog and Kiki the kitten just to name a few these Mini collectables are cute as a button not to mention exciting to collect and swap with friends.

Each TY Mini Boo is a mystery so you never know which Mini Boo is hiding inside ready to come out and play. As a child there is nothing more exciting than opening up a special surprise waiting to see who is inside.

For years TY has known how to capture children’s hearts and the Mini Boos are no exception. Giving a child a toy like this they can treasure always is a beautiful gift.

Released just in time for Christmas the TY Mini Boo collectables are a lovely and also affordable gift to give at just $5.99

Available now from Myer, NewsXpress, Mr Toys, Toy World and available at Kidstuff recommended for ages 3+.

To celebrate Christmas we have a special TY Mini Boo to giveaway to one lucky reader. Simply comment below on what you collected as a child ? I will choose my favourite answer and announce a winner on Friday at 9pm

Good Luck x

16 thoughts on “TY Mini Boos Collectables – Giveaway

  1. Natalie M says:

    Diamonds!! Although they were not the diamonds I know now they were very precious to me. I had a panda named Diamond and a bear named Diamond and a bracelet I named Diamond. I hate to admit but now we have a river turtle named Diamond and a sea turtle we adopted that was in hospital and is due for release off Headland that we named Diamond.

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  2. sharyn williams says:

    we were poor growing up so i collected stamps as that did not cost us anything – everytime my grandparents or aunts/uncles got letters with stamps they would collect them for me and i would spend hours putting them in water to get the stamp off, drying the stamp and then putting it in my treasured stamp album (thanks to my grandparents). I collected stamps for years and really enjoyed it πŸ™‚

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  3. Hannah Baker says:

    My collection was not too crazy although my husband banished them to the cupboard, he thinks they are so super creepy! I collected porcelain dolls I don’t know why as I never played with them or moved them but they are just beautiful. When we moved from the UK to WA I left most with the neighbour who was 8 and she adored them but I kept two very special dolls my dad gave me

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  4. Lauren Roney says:

    Trolls, the cute fluffy haired bariety, every type of card imaginable, lion king, Disney princess and basketball, I collected these babies that you put in warm water to find out if they were a girl or boy, I collected stickers, stamps and babysitters club books…

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  5. Megan says:

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle collectors coins! 😬 So odd, but my brother was right into them.. so I had to keep up!
    And, the McDonald’s muppet babies! I loved those things!

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  6. Courtney says:

    I collected trolls! The original trolls with the fluffy long hair! I don’t think you can get them anymore, but they were my absolute favourite. My mum still puts out my Christmas troll every year…. Great memories xo

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  7. Victoria says:

    I collected erasers … because you can never have too many erasers πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ on the plus side to my crazy collection my daughter’s now love them 😍


  8. Carol Armstrong says:

    Not a toy, but I collected shells lots and lots, I just loved to wash them and make displays. Wishing I had kept them as my daughter now loves looking at shells at the beach.
    I also went through a phase of collecting dead flies, not sure what that was about, glad it was short lived haha


  9. K.Smith says:

    I collected coins and for every coin I had from around the world I’d always say I’m going to that country one day to spent it. The coins might only be worth about 5 cents but they’ve kept my travel dreams alive!

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  10. Kellie says:

    When I was little I collected hats and coloured stockings. Had every colour imaginable and some seriously wacky hats. It was my way to stand out (or showoff and get attention…you be the judge :oP).

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  11. Sheldyn says:

    I collected dalmatians! I had a real life dalmatian from age 7-23 and he was a huge part of my life. I adored him and the movie 101 dalmatians so I collected sooo many stuffed toys and statues of dalmatians. Back then it was hard to find stuff cheap so for one birthday my Mum got a plain white bed spread and spent hours painting on black dots so it’d look like dalmatian print. I was seriously mad for them :p

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