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St Patrick’s day: celebrate with the best goodies !

Posted on 17/03/2014 by Lorene

St-Patrick-s-day-celebrate-with-the-best-goodiesHere we are : St Patrick’s day ! THE big Irish day. Why are we celebrating ? We’re simply commemorating the christianization of Ireland during the Vth century by Maewyn Succat, a Scotish well known as Saint Patrick who came to evangelize the island.  This man was the one who  introduced the Holy Trinity to the King thanks to the shamrock…

Since then, the 17th of March is a moment of celebration for Irish all around the world. Green is everywhere, people  buy goodies to accessorize their outfits and every pub decorates their place, where big crowds come to drink the traditional beer.Shamrock-winnies

Here is our selection of the best promotional products for this event.
You can of course  personalize the successful silicon wristbands you can offer to people and put a beautiful personalized coaster under the pint of beer. Don’t forget to decorate the place with printed inflatable balloons and shamrock winnies (so cute).


Obviously, the party will be memorable if you offer some gifts to people : green lanyards, a car air-freshener in a shamrock shape... Sure everyone will love it!


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Temporary tattoos on TV and Movies: what do you think about?

Posted on 04/03/2014 by Lorene

Last Sunday at the Dolby Theater of Los Angeles took place the 86th Oscar ceremony. This is THE big event of the year in the show business world.  Here, at the promotional product blog, we love 7th Art and we are TV shows nerds. That’s why we decided to focus on Hollywood make-up artists’ secret weapon: temporary tattoos.

temporary-tattoos-on-TV-and Movies-Prison-Bearck-Michael-ScofieldOn set, everything’s begins with make-up but sometimes, it’s just not enough. When it’s an entire body part like the back that has to be covered by fake tattoos, wounds or burns, make-up artists calls professionals of temporary tattoos to buy time.

Do you remember the TV Show Prison Break with the handsome Wentworth Miller playing Michael Scofield ? Our hero had a huge tattoo which covered the entire high part of his body: arms, back, chest, and belly. The actor spent at least 5 hours at the making-up to get this result. Unbearable, even with a Hollywood salary! Fortunately for him, make-up artists of the show had the great idea to call a former tattooist who moved into official supplier of make-up and temporary tattoos specialized in Special effects in Hollywood. These guys released everyone.

7th Art world uses a lot this « trick« . Brad Pitt’s tattoos in Ocean movies, Sean Penn’s tattoo in the cult film Mystic River, Vin Diesel’s tattoos in XXX and Gary Oldman’s ones in Harry Potter.


Oh and we don’t forget the sex-symbol Ryan Gosling playing in the great movie « The place belond the Pines » where his numerous tattoos are very important and full of sense. Impossible to think temporary tattoos are dorky seeing these pictures.


Of course, we also think about the famous reproduction of Mike Tyson’s tribal tattoos on the face of one of the hero of Very Bad Trip 2. Warner even had problems because of it as the design was copyright! Ouch, we can’t play with everyone!

Your time to play now! Tell us to what movie or TV shows character you think about when we say temporary tatoos. If you wanna be the actor and have the main role, contact the specialist to order temporary tattoos www.temporary-tattoos-eu

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The right personalized socks for your activities

Posted on 21/01/2014 by Lorene

It’s the beginning of 2014 and, like every year, you took good resolutions. Of course, you want to do more sport, especially more outdoor activities to breathe and take time to focus on yourself. Of course you want to eat healthier food, be fitter, and more reasonable. As usual, you find excuses to not respect your resolutions and often, you charge your equipment to be the reason of your  lack of motivation.The-right- personalized-socks-for-your-activities

We can’t fix all your issues but we can help you about one important thing : the confort of your feet all day long.You’re right, to feel good, you have to wear the good outfits and have the right equipment (even if it’s only one part of your success). We all know the importance of our feet. The well-being of your feet ows everything to your shoes of course (high-heels are killers) but also to your socks ! The right material, the right size and the right options like half-terry or full-terry are super important. Then, the socks personalization is the cherry on the top.

standard-personalized-socks-logosocksSTANDARD SOCKS : A long working day is waiting for you. You have to be classy and simple : choose the plain standard socks. Keep it sober and choose dark colours. With their 21 cm of leg’s length, you’ll make no taste mistake.

sport-personalized-socks-logosocksSPORT SOCKS : You need to unwind and to expend your energy by doing a very energetic sport activity ? Choose the sport sport. Their leg’s length is about 12 cm so that you can wear them with your sneakers without being ridiculous.

You’re a football/rugby player and/or you like skiing ? Choose the right long socks (leg’slength 35 cm). Your legs will stay warm and


  • For these three models, you can add the half-terry option or the full-terry option. Your socks will be thicker, warmer and more cosy.
  • You’re assisting a yoga class and you’re afraid of slipping ? No worries, personalize your socks with the anti-slip dots option !

Finally, the best and last thing you can do is to personalize your socks with your own message. The socks can be woven up to four colours which give you a large range of possibililities. Moto or logo, you can do everything you want !

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History of rubber latex and toy balloon

Posted on 09/12/2013 by Lorene

Written by  Guido Van Rossen



The water proofing and elastic properties of various rubber producing plants were discovered by native American cultures, the Aztecs or earlier mesoamericans, and South American tribes.

The Aztecs and Mayans bled natural rubber latex from the Hevea brasiliensis trees in the local forests, formed the junk into balls, and played the Mesoamerican ball game with the resulting bouncy balls. The losers were sometimes ritually executed. Those balls cannot have lasted much longer than the losing players. Uncured (curing or vulcanization, a process of treating rubber with sulphur at great heat to improve elasticity and strength or to harden them ) natural rubber turns very smelly within a few days as it starts to rot.

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Another latex, of the sapodilla plant is also the source of chicle, the chewing gum of the Aztecs.

Natural rubber first arrived in Europe, when Christopher Columbus sailed back from the West Indies with the first rubber balls. The arrival of these rubber balls in Spain in 1496 is the first known presence of natural rubber in Europe and it was said of them that there was ‘nothing comparable in the world to the way that the balls bounced’. Previous balls had been made from stuffed leather, so there was indeed little comparison! Its first use in latex form was the discovery by the Spaniards, to its ability to waterproof fabrics. However since  1615, there was no means of stabilizing the latex, the white sap of rubber producing plants, and a thriving fabric proofing industry sprung up in Mexico with the treated fabric being exported.

Mentioned by Spanish and Portuguese writers in the 16th century, reports about rubber were made (1736–1751) to the French Academy of Sciences. In later years, rubber was used only for elastic bands and erasers, and these were made by cutting up pieces imported from Brazil.

Joseph Priestley (England) is credited with the discovery c.1770 of its use as an eraser, also called a “rubber”.
In 1770, Edward Nairne was selling cubes of natural rubber from his shop  in London. The cubes, meant to be erasers, sold for the astonishingly high price of 3 shillings per half-inch cube.
The first rubber factory in the world was established near Paris in 1803, the first in England by Thomas Hancock in 1820.

waterproof-coating-rubber-MackintoshFrom the early days to the mid-19th century, rubber was a novelty material, but it did not find much application in the industrial world. It was used first as erasers, and then as medical devices for connecting tubes and for inhaling [medicinal] gases. With the discovery that rubber was soluble in ether, it found applications in waterproof coatings, notably for shoes and soon after this, the rubberised Mackintosh coat became very popular.

Nevertheless, most of these applications were in small volumes and the material did not last long. The reason for this lack of serious applications was the fact that the material was not durable, was sticky and often rotted and smelled bad because it remained in its uncured state.

In Europe in 1818 Charles Macintosh also discovered waterproofing. In his case, as an industrial chemist in Glasgow, he was seeking ways to exploit the waste products of the new coal gasification process. A medical student by the name of James Syme discovered that coal tar naphtha was a good solvent for rubber and Macintosh’s skill came in using this rubber solution as a waterproofing layer between to fabrics. Hence the ‘Macintosh’.

Close on Macintosh’s new process came Thomas Hancock’s discovery of mastication in 1820. Hancock was using thin rings of rubber for elastic fastenings for gloves, shoes and stockings, and observed that fresh cut edges would perfectly unite. Since he had much waste, it occurred to him that if these pieces of rubber were minced up very small, the amount of fresh cut edges would be greatly increased and by heat and pressure might unite sufficiently for some purposes. Hancock thus developed his ‘Pickle’ or wooden masticator. This was made from a cylinder of wood studded with teeth surrounded by a wooden frame also with teeth. Hancock found that the effort to shred the rubber did not decrease with time but increased, and finally gave a homogeneous ball of rubber when he opened his machine. Later models were properly engineered and Hancock used his ‘pickle’ to supply Macintosh’s factory. He kept his process secret, but was forced to patent it in 1837.

goodyear-originIn this post-mastication/pre vulcanisation period, the rubber industry grew in Great Britain and a whole range of applications for rubber were developed covering whole spectra of items from cushions and mattresses through  hoses for beer engines and fire engines, to shoes and even early tyres. However, whilst rubber products were suitable in Britain with its relatively mild and wet climate, this was not so true in the United States. Here excessive high temperatures or cold made Macintoshes and related products either sticky or rigid, resulting in loss of confidence in the US rubber industry and many factories were closed down. This failure of rubber to meet these temperature changes made Charles Goodyear seek modifications to it to avoid this defect. He tried a variety of chemicals and processes including magnesia, boiling in lime, bronze powder and nitric acid. It was actually a Nathaniel Hayward who first introduced Goodyear to sulphur in 1838. However, Goodyear fell upon hard times both financially and domestically, so it was not until 1841 that he accidentally over-heated a mixture of rubber, sulphur, and white lead, which led to the discovery of vulcanisation, and a rubber, which did not harden in winter and soften in summer. Goodyear patented his invention on December 6th, 1842. Hancock, to whom the discovery of vulcanisation is also ascribed, came into the picture via a William Brockendon (who is thought to have coined the name ‘vulacnization’). Public opinion in the US was still hostile to rubber, so Goodyear entrusted his idea to a Stephen Moulton who was returning to England to take his improved rubber to the new prospering Macintosh Company.
Somehow William Brockendon obtained samples of Goodyear’s rubber and passed them to Hancock, who deduced from the bloom that sulphur was present. Thomas Hancock then discovered that strips of rubber immersed in molten sulphur changed character, and patented the process in November 1843, only a few weeks before Goodyear’s’ belated English patent.


The British rubber industry thus grew still further with the advent of vulcanisation. Hancock recognized the need to establish plantations outside South America where there was poor management, appalling conditions and leaf blight. He also saw that such trees could give financial return. He therefore approached Sir John Hooker, Director of Kew Gardens with his idea, and so the Wickham legend was born. The stories of Wickham secretly stealing seeds from the Amazon are wholly untrue.
In fact, Henry Wickham was simply the right man in the right place at the right time.
Sir John Hooker took up Hancock’s idea and commissioned Henry Wickham (later Sir Henry) who was there at the time, to collect the seeds and ship them to Kew for £10 per 1000. The collection of the seeds was with the agreement of the local authorities and in 1876 ; 70000 seeds were sent to Kew. Of these 1900 germinated and the seedlings were shipped to Colombo, Ceylon where 90% are reputed to have survived. Some 25 seedlings went onto Singapore and some of these up to Malaysia, as it is known today. Thus virtually all of the rubber trees in the Far East are derived from the seeds collected by Sir Henry Wickham, and some of those original trees are still alive in Sri Lanka to this day.

The other highly significant development was the discovery of tapping techniques by Henry Ridley. The only known way in South America in the 1850s of collecting the latex from the tree was to cut it down and slash it’s bark to drain out the white milky liquid. Ridley was the Director of the Singapore Botanic Gardens from 1888-1911. It was he who developed early forms of today’s tapping techniques, studied the effects of daily/alternate day tapping and best age to tap, and saw the importance of morning tapping. Thus the rubber producing industry grew in the Far East to meet the increasing demand for natural rubber in the West.


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The demand for rubber had grown quite significantly following John Boyd Dunlop’s invention of the pneumatic tyre in 1888. Whilst steam vehicles were too heavy for these, the early petrol cars were not, and the Michelin Brothers completed the 1895 Paris-Bordeaux car race on a vehicle fitted with pneumatic tyres in the early days of motoring tyres could cost $100 and cover only 750 kilometres. By the 1920′s, the cost was down to $30 and expected mileage raised to 21000 kilometres.
Aircraft tyres were first marketed around 1910, but the first pneumatic truck tyres did not appear until 1917 almost 30 years after Dunlop’s invention.

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In the 19th century wild rubber was harvested in South and Central America and in Africa; most of it came from the rubber tree, Hevea Brasilliensis, of the Amazon basin. Natural rubber (caoutchouc) is obtained from various plants, as a latex, mostly   white in colour. Congo forests were rich in a latex-producing vine, a latex exported at that time. The rubber tree, Hevea Brasilliensis, is the most economical source for latex today. Currently, the country of Maylasia is the world’s largest producer of natural Latex.


During World War I, Germany made a synthetic rubber, but it was too expensive for peacetime use. In 1927 a less costly variety was invented. German scientists developed a synthetic rubber, whose properties are close to those of natural rubber, just prior to World War II. When importation of natural rubber from the East Indies was cut off during World War II, the United States began large-scale manufacture of synthetic rubber.

The first rubber balloons were made by Professor Michael Faraday in 1824 for use in his experiments with hydrogen at the Royal Institution in London. `The caoutchouc is exceedingly elastic’, he wrote in the Quarterly Journal of Science the same year. `Bags made of it…have been expanded by having air forced into them, until the caoutchouc was quite transparent, and when expanded by hydrogen they were so light as to form balloons with considerable ascending power….’ Faraday made his balloons by cutting round two sheets of rubber laid together and pressing the edges together. The tacky rubber welded automatically, and the inside of the balloon was rubbed with flour to prevent the opposing surfaces joining together.

Vulcanized toy balloons, which unlike the earlier kind were unaffected by changes in temperature, were first manufactured by J.G. Ingram of London in 1847 and can be regarded as the prototype of modern toy balloons. »


In 1931 a engineer from New England named Neil Tillotson was in search to make inner tubes from raw latex. For fun, he shaped a cat’s head from a cardboard and dipped it in a liquid latex. After drying he inflated the little bag and much to his surprise he had made a “cat balloon”, complete with ears. He produced about 2000 of these balloons and sold them on the street corner at Boston’s annual Patriot’s Day Parade that year.

The first manufacture of balloons in the United States came in 1907.

In 1912, for the first time a balloon was manufactured that wasn’t round.

From « Manual of Balloon Modeling, Vol. 1, An Encyclopedic Series » by Val Andrews, 1981, Magico Magazine, NYC : I have found the art of balloon modeling a joy to watch since I first saw it done by Wally Boag in the early ‘fifties. But I understand that « Windy Blow » was performing the art in England as early as 1945. Both Jay Marshall and Tommy Windsor name one H.J. Bonnert of Scranton, PA, as the « daddy of them all. »
It seems that Mr. Bonnert performed a modeling act with balloons at a Pittsburgh Magicians’ Convention way back in 1938!…. As far as modeling from one long balloon is concerned, Windy Blow claims to have done this in 1945, and he certainly published a one-balloon animal with details in Max Andrew’s Magic Magazine in February, 1953. At least this proves wrong the generally held view that one-balloon animals were originated as late as 1960, and in the United States.

Silver-metallized-balloonsIn the late 1970′s, silver metalized balloons were developed for the New York City Ballet.These balloons are commonly called Mylar.

The toy balloon remains very must in demand on the world’s scene. A balloon which abound in colour and leads to excitement at private parties, fairs, carnivals, circuses, store sales, trade expositions, and at any other place that people gather for relief from work and routine.


Written by Guido Van Rossen from the European Ballon & Party Council

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Bibliography :
See P. W. Allen, Natural Rubber and the Synthetics (1972); M. Morton, Rubber Technology (3d ed. 1987).

From The Book of Firsts by Patrick Robertson, Bramhall House, NY, 1978:



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Time to decode the Moustache phenomenon !

Posted on 14/11/2013 by Lorene

You can see it everywhere, on expensive or cheap tee-shirts, in every magazines, on decoration objects, on jewellery : we are invaded  by the MOUSTACHE.


Everyone (including me) has been asking this question : why ? How did this trend begin ? What does it mean ? Is there a hiden sense I don’t understand ?! Is the moustache a symbol which speaks to an entire generation (apparently not mine as I’m looking for the meaning since a long time) ?

Being confronted  by all the requests on promotional products personalized with the Moustache, I decided to investigate and I found answers to our questions !


bracelet-silicone-moustacheContrary to all expectations, you can forget immediately any idea of romantic symbolism : it isn »t. There is no hidden sense, no protestor metaphor from a generation or a special mouvement ;  there is no reminder to a unifying value of a society, no there is absolutely NOTHING (except business).

This trend is born in the USA thanks to (because of ?) a tattooer who had the idea to draw the famous Moustache on a friend’s finger to create the illusion he had a moustache by putting his index finger on his mouth. No need to do more to create a buzz on the Internet.  Bam, everyone play the game, follow the example  and post pictures on Facebook and Twitter with the « moustachioed » finger. The phenomenon becomes huge and even gets a name : the fingerstache.



Robert-pattinson-fingerstacheThis happened in 2003.  The same year, Eleven Paris, the super trendy fashion label is born and created his legendary Tee-shirt range « Life is a joke. » This range uses famous people pictures  like Megan Fox, Robert Pattinson, Johnny Depp, Will Smith and even Barack obama with the famous fingerstache ! Here comes a worldwide buzz (and a perfect start for the young French brand !).  These tee-shirts are  snapped out by everyone and  the Moustache design is taken by every brands and comes in all sort of shapes, colors and products :   the inescapable temporary tattoos that even brands like Louis Pion developp, personnalized bags, clothes of all types (even for babies), jewellery (silicon wristbands with Moustache lucky-charm, Shamballa wristbands moustache, moustache earrings, moustache ring…).
The moustache works so well that it’s also applied to decoration sector. Now, you can find Moustache pillows, Moustache belts, Moustache doormat and decorative ice cube molds.




The Moustache phenomenon is amazing by the way it’s been created and by its powerful economic impact while it’s totally senseless. Some positive people will try to intellectualize the tendancy by a societal explanation, the come back to old values as the moustache reminds us the reassuring patriarch of former days, manliness… Some others more negative will see  the reflect of our actual society, consumerist and pointless

Anyway, we’re not done to see Moustache everywhere as it keeps growing sales.
I’m just waiting people brings razor and shaving foam. What about you ?

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The weepuls success story

Posted on 01/10/2013 by Lorene

By  Tom Blundell, Creator of the « Original » Weepul

BIPO was started in 1969 by my parents, Bill and Polly Blundell (BI from Bill, PO from Polly). I joined the company in September of 1971 after serving 3 years in the US Army (including 1 year in Vietnam).  In September of 1971 my parents to a one week holiday, travelling to Europe. They left me in charge of our staff of 12 employees who manufactured a line of plush animals.  It was during this time that I created the original Weepul.  I started everyone to work on Monday morning and immediately retired to our front office. There I began my career as an Executive as I read the morning newspaper and drank my morning  coffee.


After a few hours I had read the paper from front to back and had filled myself with more than enough caffeine. I began to look around the small office for something to occupy my time. I spotted  some small cotton pompons that were used as noses on a few of our designs. I also discovered some very small plastic eyes which were part of a sample pack provided by one of our raw material suppliers. I proceeded to glue two small eyes onto the surface of one  of the pompoms.

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When finished I placed the pompon on top of my desk. Because the pom was spherical in shape, the added weight of the eyes caused the pompon to roll over until the eyes were on the bottom of the pom. I continued to peruse the office and I found a small set of pressure-sensitive, die-cut paper feet. They were about 1″ in length. I took two of the feet (1 right foot and 1 left foot) and I attached them together at the heel in the shape of a « V ». (This was a position that I had stood myself many times during the previous 3 years in the military.) I then glued the pompon with the eyes on top of the feet.

By being permanently attached the resulting character « stood at attention » as I placed it on my desk. The whole process probably took less that an hour and as it was almost lunchtime, I not only totally forgot about my creation for the remainder of the day and for the rest of the work week, to be quite honest.

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My parents returned home from their trip late on the following Sunday night. Apparently they stopped by the office to be sure that it had not burned down during their absence. It was at that time that they discovered my work of « goofing off« . My father immediately called me at home and demanded an explanation regarding the origin of this pompon design. I did my best to dodge his questions as I knew that I had inadvertently left evidence of my « executive work » and I really didn’t want to admit that i was the responsible party. Unfortunately I finally caved in and admitted that I had creation the item.
I remember the distinct, harsh tone of his voice as he told me he wanted to talk to me immediately on Monday morning. I had heard that tone of voice from him many times growing up and I knew that I was in line for a stern lecture about my time management skills and my immaturity in managing the family company in their office. I informed my young bride of less than a year that I fully expected to be scolded royally and then I would be fired by my father for failing to live up to his standards.Squirrel Red_0944#62FB

I showed up for work early the next morning. As I entered the office both he and my mother were waiting for me. My head hung low as he began to speak to me. I was already in an apologetic mode and I was not ready for what i heard come out of his mouth. Instead of « I am severely disappointed in you son » he was saying how proud he was of by creative skills. He noted that the company was in need of a new product to manufacture and sell and that he was sure we could sell at least 1,000,000 of these characters to our customers. He then told me that I had done a very good job while they were gone. I had managed to dodge many bullets while I was in Vietnam but I had just dodged the biggest one ever, the wrath of my father.

My mother added the antennas to the item and the original design was complete. We struggled with a name for the character for a while but finally decided to revive a name  of a former product that had never sold well and the Weepul was born. Weepul is actually a compressed version of Wee People. The original character did not include the imprinted ribbon. This was added several years later as a way to extend the life of the product. In the beginning the imprints were generic in nature, such as Smile, It’s Contagious or Have a Great Day. In the beginning we sold the product to variety chain stores such as TG&Y, Ben Franklin, FW Woolworth and KMart.Antennae Weepul 0321

In 1976, after graduating from Central State University, I purchased the company from my parents. I set out to find a new market for the Weepul and I stumbled upon the Advertsiing Specialty (aka Promotional Products) industry. After exhibiting at national premium shows in New York and Chicago for 3 years, I finally joined SAAI (now known as PPAI) and we attended our first show in Atlanta in the summer of 1979. By adding a custom imprinted ribbon to the Weepul, we had created a low-end item that revolutionized the promotional product industry. Between the years 1971 and 2012, Bipo Inc manufactured and sold in excess of 400,000,000 Weepuls. (Obviously my dad’s original prediction of 1,000,000 was not very accurate).


Over the years we have created 100′s of custom designs for a multitude of clients. We coined the phrase many years ago that « the Weepul was the giveaway that was never thrown away« . It is known around the world by a variety of names and still brings smiles to the faces of those that come across the item. Many times in the early days people would ask what function the Weepul served? I wise person told me to merely look them in the eye and ask them what are the first three letters of the word function? F -U – N. That is what the Weepul is all about. That is why it has survived for more that 40 years and will continue to brings smiles to faces of countless people around the world, thanks to the owners of Weepuls, LLC.

Tom Blundell, Creator of the « Original » Weepul
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Prince Charming Gifts – Top 10 Gifts for William and Kate’s Son

Posted on 26/07/2013 by Lorene

Article written by Chris Turton & Kathryn Holloway

Royal-baby-diamond-pacifier-Prince-of-CambridgeWith the arrival of Prince George of Cambridge, William and Kate’s son on July 22, 2013, many well-wishers will want to send the new yet to be named prince a gift. But it begs the question – what do you get a baby boy who will one day sit on the throne?
Extravagance and opulence rule the day when it comes to gifts for the new prince.
Here are the top 10 gifts companies could use as the ultimate promotional item for a royal baby.


1. Pacifier – But we’re not just talking about any pacifier. We’re talking about a $17,000 14K pacifier in white gold studded with more than 278 diamonds.

2. Baby bathtub – The royal prince, when he takes his first bath, might just like to settle down in a $3,800 baby bathtub that’s 31 inches long covered in Swarovski crystals.

3.  Pram – For when he goes out to meet his public, why not give the royal prince a pram made in collaboration with Aston Martin? Priced at $3,100, this pram is just the thing to wheel the royal prince around for his many engagements.


4. Baby set – Though it will be quite a while before the young prince is ready to use dishes, it’s never too early to start getting ready. From Tiffany & Co comes a sterling silver set with a cup, fork, and spoon, which can be engraved with the baby’s name or a message for a price of $745.

Royal-baby-promotional-products5. Trust fund– Want to send the royal baby a bank to start his own coffers of gold? An adorable silver kangaroo from Asprey has a price tag of 3,900.

6. Teddy bear– This isn’t your mother’s teddy bear. From Gucci comes an adorable leather teddy bear for the young prince to cuddle with a price of just $1,030.

7. Towel and robe set – After taking his royal bath, the prince will need something to dry him off. With a towel and bathrobe set from Hermes, which can last him for up to two years, the price tag of $810 seems worth it.

8. Scent-sational – Another nice touch after his royal bath would be a little scent, and what would be better than Bulgari’s Baby Eau de Toilette? It is available for $58 and can be used for Kate too, so that mum and baby can both smell sweet.


9. Booties – For the heir to the throne, the regular booties just won’t do. That is why Hermes offers cashmere baby socks priced at $230.

10.The royal outfit – Once the prince has been fed, bathed, changed, and he’s ready to meet his public, Gucci has just the thing for him to wear. With his choice of long or short sleeves, plus a hat and a bib, this set is just $285.

So, there you have it. You now know some of the top gifts that William and Kate’s son may be getting from his fans around the world.  It’s hard to know what to get for the boy who has everything, including a kingdom someday, but these gifts are all fit for a king, or a prince that will be king some day.

Article written by Chris Turton  & Kathryn Holloway from

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Large weepul animals : the best soft toy ever !

Posted on 27/06/2013 by Lorene

Koala_0924#C4D3You don’t know what kind of personalized product you could offer to a young audience ? We found the best cuddly that will allow you to spread your message properly : the large winnies/weepuls animals. The winnies have the particularity to have this ingenious paper ribbon on which we can print our logo and/or mantra in full color.



Elephant_1053#9C2DThe cuteness of the animals is going to delight everyone. How could anyone resist to the adorable  Donkey, Koala, peacock, panda, squirrel, elephant or the beauty of the butterfly ? No way, it’s impossible.


Tiger_0915#4B16The large weepul animals are the perfect way to communicate in a pleasant way : by giving a charming present who appeals to people’s child soul,  they are more open to receive your message with benignity.  No way to find a better way to give your message, especially if you want to incite somebody to give you back something (some money for animal protection for example).  Large animals winnies can also be a fantastic souvenir to sell in Zoo or national parcs.


Squirrel Red_0944#62FBThe Large weepul animals can be stuck wherever you want, like computers…  They are so adorable that people are going to keep them and in consequences, they are going to see your message over and over again… WIN WIN !




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