Ryan is almost 10. He attends after school clubs and plays out with friends and is at an age where he asks for money for things. I am debating whether to give him a set amount of pocket money a week or just give him the odd few pound when he needs it. The problem is he is rafter careless and tends to lose things. A money box in his room is therefore the answer to our problems. Ryan was sent his very own Monster money box from Blooming Surprise and here it is.
Each time Ryan feeds his little pet monster he gets fuller and fuller. The coins are hidden away in the monsters tummy. Hidden from little sisters who may sneak into Ryan’s room and take his coins (according to Ryan) and stored away safe so Ryan knows where his money is and saves him from losing it.
When Ryan wants his money out there is a twist off cap on monsters underside which easily comes off and goes back on.
Monstros money box aswell as being a great secret saving box also becomes a cuddly chum at night time.
Monstros money boxes come in four different colours. Ryan has Khaki. They cost £12.50 each. However if you ring the office on 01484 862550 and mention BIZZIMUMMY you will get yours for just £8.
As well as money boxes there are other products in the Monstros range such as hotties and travel pillows.
I have a green Monstros Money box to give away.
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