Merchandise, Reviews

Pop Merch Review: Sticker Haul βœ¨

Hey Poptropicans, we’re back with more merch to review! In addition to the lovely Dr. Hare button, I also ordered some stickers from the official Poptropica Zazzle store. Check out the haul:

The stickers were custom made by Zazzle and arrived in a cardboard envelope.

As you can see, I got six stickers: the 8-bit Dr. Hare and Dr. Beev from Hoptropica, the iconic Poptropica blimp, the classic Time Tangled Island, the mid-stage Survival Island, and the fresh Fairytale Island. 🏝

The Zazzle store has plenty more stickers, though, including logos of fictional businesses, and beloved characters from Fairytale Island. 🐺

At a couple dollars apiece, and with Zazzle’s constant sales, the total of my six stickers came out to around US$12 (not counting international shipping, which was another ~$7 for me). If it’s your first time, you can get a free trial of Zazzle Black, which gives you free shipping in the US.

Anyway, on with the review! I’ll be going through these based on where I decided to stick these adhesive beauties. Let’s start with my laptop, where I placed Dr. Hare with Survival Island. 🐰🌩 (Hey, if this bunny can fling himself to space, he can hop anywhere and survive!)

Love the color combos here! Still, each sticker ran smaller than I’d anticipated: Dr. Hare was supposed to be 2″x2″, but was more like 1.25″x1.25″, while Survival Island was meant to be 3″x3″, but ended up 2.5″x1.75″. So if you’re planning to order a sticker, keep that in mind when you’re deciding what size to get! (Size options range from a tiny 2″x2″ to an extra-large 14″x14.”)

Next up we have the Dr. Beev sticker! 🦫 As with the above, Beev was supposed to be 2″x2″, but in reality was closer to 1.75″x1.25″. He was also the only one which I got printed on glossy transparent paper, so the white parts are negated and you can see through to the surface where he’s placedβ€”in this case, my green iPad. Looking good!

Leave it to Beev.

Finally, we have the blimp and two more island stickers, Time Tangled and Fairytale. These are printed on regular matte white paper, so they come with a white outline. (You can choose the paper.)

Again, size runs small: the blimp was meant to be 2″x2″ but was really 1.5″x1.25″, while the islands were both supposedly 3″x3″ but varied, with Time Tangled being 2.5″x2″ and Fairytale being 2.5″x3″. Clearly the design shapes the size, with Fairytale looking large in its max height of 3″ while Time Tangled has a flatter design and ends up shorter.

Anyway, I plastered these pretty pieces onto my cardboard file boxes. Now I can go through my files like I’m traveling through the islands!

So that’s all six stickers! They’re all printed with pretty decent quality, are easy to use, and will look great wherever you want to stick them. πŸ’«

Thanks to the Poptropica Creators for sponsoring this post! And thanks for sticking with me through this sticker haul review. Check out more merch reviews here on the PHB, and stay awesome!

For more about all the Poptropica merch that exists, from Zazzle to beyond with toys and more, check out the PHB’s Merchandise Guide. ✨

Merchandise, Reviews

Pop Merch Review: Vintage Bandana πŸ§£πŸ˜·

Hey Poptropicans! Today, I’m bringing you a quick review of the Vintage Poptropica Bandana from the official Poptropica Zazzle Store.

The product is available in two sizes: kids/small (18″ x 18″) and adult/large (22″ x 22″). Both options feature the classic blue Poptropica throw pattern. It costs US$18.95 and is made of “100% spun polyester,” making it really lightweight and breathable. The material is pretty smooth and reminds me a lot of a cotton bedsheet.

edge of bandana, with 12″ ruler for scale

I have always loved this pattern and I’m excited to see it on so many products in Poptropica’s merch store. You can also get it on leggings, a face mask, a puzzle, or a skateboard!

One thing that does disappoint me: the pattern is only printed on one side of the cloth. The back of the bandana is a thin heather white. Though I wish the pattern continued on both sides, it was not a surprise.

I will also say that the pattern’s images are a bit larger than I originally expected! Not a drawback by any means, just something to note. I’m pretty impressed with the quality of the print.

Overall, I’m quite satisfied with this item. Though thin, the feel and quality of the cloth is great, and I obviously love the pattern.

Thanks to the Poptropica Creators for sponsoring this post! They gifted the PHB a Zazzle gift card so we could share these reviews with you guys. Check out the PHB’sΒ Merchandise Guide for more product info! πŸ’«

Stay classic, Poptropicans!

~SD

Clubhouse, Creators, Merchandise, Pets, Store

Good luck in store for customers and creators πŸ€πŸ’΅

Top of the morning, Poptropicans! Today, we will be looking at a few store updates as well as a recent message from a special someone. Let’s take a gander now, shall we?

Let’s start things off with a long-awaited clubhouse update. Here is the current clubhouse store lineup which includes four new furniture items: a star wall decoration, a gaming PC, a sound speaker, and a cat-shaped cactus pot.


After decorating your clubhouse, why not gift your pets some St. Patrick’s Day costumes? Sure March 17th has already come and gone, but you can still dress your pets in festive green gear. Lucky pets can wear a Leprechaun Hat, a Clover Face, and a Green Backpack. πŸ€


Moving on from the game to the real world, the official Poptropica Zazzle store has gone through some changes. There are some interesting new(ish?) items, like this Poptropica 8-bit Pixel Mug ($15.95) of Drs. Beev and Hare with a heart between them, a Poptropica Dr. Hare Button ($2.25) and even Dr. Hare Poptropica Wrapping Paper ($20.95).

Sticker prices have been lowered with most going from $4.95 to $2.15! Also, a Zomberry Clown Postcard is now available for purchase for just $1.10 (now the cheapest item in the store!).


To cap off this post, we a have a special update coming from the creator of Poptropica himself, Jeff Kinney! Yesterday, Jeff tweeted a photo of himself visiting three other OG Pop Creators during his recent book tour. It’s nice to see Jeff acknowledge Poptropica, even if he’s already moved on the greener (and richer πŸ€‘) pastures.

That’s all for now. What store items (real or digital) are you looking to buy? If you were to meet Jeff Kinney or any Pop Creator, what would you ask them? Leave your comments below!

Thank you for reading, and have a good day!

β€”Gentle Dolphin 🐬

Bonus Items, Merchandise, Store

On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to meeee, 50% off of t-shirts! On the second day of Christmaaaaas

My true love gave to meeee, a new Poptropica poster from Zazzle!

There’s even more in store!

We’ve just added a new item to our store at Zazzle: this poster featuring hundreds of Poptropican characters!

How many of those crazy characters can you identify?

Visit Zazzle to find out how you can get the poster this holiday season!

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So, I don’t really know if it’ll actually be a 12 Christmas days thing…^^; But it totally fit in as a title, so I used it! Yay! πŸ˜€

That’s a pretty cool poster, don’t ya think? How many Poptropicans can you name?

Hmm, sumo wrestler, pirate, Astro Knights queen, err…

Gosh, quite a lot. T__T That would be an interesting thing to hang in my room and count every night, instead of sheep!

The prices vary from different sizes to different paper type, ranging to the highest (as far as I could see, though I may be wrong) $19.75.

Meh, too bad I happen to be aboutΒ $19.75 short.

Also, in time for the holiday season, don’t forget to pick up the free “Holiday Ball” costume from the Poptropica Store if you haven’t already! Comes in red, green, and blue. Thanks to ND from the PHC for the image.

Oh, and Happy late-Thanksgiving! I hope you all had a great one. I’m sorry I wasn’t quite around to wish you all one around the actual time. ^^;

~Rainfall, the Doctor’s Companion

Merchandise

50 percent off??? Get your shirt today

The title explains just about all of it! Remember those Poptropica shirts and products that the creators introduced some time ago? Ah, who couldn’t. My friend actually bought a shirt with a spy agent on it. If you ever wanted your own Poptropica T-Shirt, now is the time to buy. That’s right! All Poptropica shirts are 50% off today only.

Just in time for the Holidays too! There are many to choose from. You can visit Poptropica’s official online shirt storeΒ (zazzle.com/poptropica) todayΒ to buy your own. Now is the perfect time.

EP out