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Things I Love – part 8

Snuggling on the couch with my honey, watching TV.

These are “Diddls”. They’re very popular in Germany and some other European countries. I’m starting to see them pop up here in the U.S., too. Tons of Diddl products available, like stationary, pencils, pens, erasers, greeting cards, post cards, folders, playing cards, plush, collectible figurines (see picture above – they are really small), wallets, key chains, bookmarks, jewelry, etc.

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8 responses

  1. Found this link:
    http://www.diddl.com/appgen/index.php?cl=depesche&cp=marketplace&cmd=novelties&SESSIONID=7407b501d21ba7d062b2022131863be6
    Choose Marketplace from the drop-down menu on the top left and then look for Products on the new page

    17. April, 2008 at 04:51

  2. doreen3boys

    So cute!!! And now I know what a diddl is……….I knew the spelling didn’t look right (coming from me, lol), now it makes sense that it’s German. Are you gonna start a collection? TFS, I learned my new thing today!

    17. April, 2008 at 05:42

  3. Aren’t they adorable? I already have a small collection, thanks to my friend Heike, and so do the kids. I did buy a few things myself, too, last time we were in Germany (stationary, playing cards, a plush baby diddl for Melissa, and a key chain with my name on it).

    17. April, 2008 at 05:47

  4. plainmama

    Who knew there was a whole world of Diddl’s out there?

    17. April, 2008 at 06:13

  5. photographybycheryl

    I swear I left a comment earlier… anyway… adorable.. I’ve heard of Hummels…lol and I have a mookie and mackie (german toys) but I never heard of these… they are adorable! So glad you shared!

    17. April, 2008 at 12:54

  6. Cheryl, that must have gotten lost… it’s not in my spam queue.
    Never heard of mookie and mackie, I want to see a picture!!

    17. April, 2008 at 13:06

  7. photographybycheryl

    They are packed away so I am not sure a pic is in the near future. Did you know my moms mom was born in Germany and although my mom was born in the US she spent the first few years of her life in Germany?

    17. April, 2008 at 14:55

  8. No, I didn’t know that! Do you know where?

    17. April, 2008 at 15:06

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