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Fisher-Price Shake 'n Beats Tambourine

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  • Shake shake shake a Light Up Round Tambourine Toy & get into the groove! LED Tambourines are great fun at parades, concerts, and night time celebrations of all sorts. Light Up Round Tambourine Toy really get the crowd going, so bring extras with you to share when it's party time.

    Toddlers will love to make some noise with this fun tambourine toy. Hold onto the wooden handle and shake to make a ringing sound. Team up with other first instruments in the percussion range to make a baby band. This percussion instrument is made from solid rubberwood and Planwood, an eco product made from recycled rubberwood sawdust.

  • Shake shake shake a Light Up Round Tambourine Toy & get into the groove! LED Tambourines are great fun at parades, concerts, and night time celebrations of all sorts. Light Up Round Tambourine Toy really get the crowd going, so bring extras with you to share when it's party time.

    Your dog will make music with the extra-large squeaker in the top of the MuttNation Tambourine Suede toys. These music inspired toys feature the handcrafted, Americana look and feel of faux suede. Each tambourine has detailed design elements to capture the look of a real tambourine. The toys are also adorned by the MuttNation logo patch and are available in assorted colors. Suitable for small, medium and large dogs. Every purchase will help fund mutt rescue and adoption programs of MuttNation Foundation™

    OEM /ODM are acceptable for wooden Tambourine toys

    .Payment Terms—T/T, L/C, Western Union

    .Certificate of wood toy:ISO9001:2008,

    .Sample Lead time: 3~7days

    .Production Lead time: 20~30days

    .MOQ: 500pcs

    .Machines for production: Filming Machine, Offset printing Machine, Glossy Lamination machine, paper Folding Machine

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