Saturday, January 18, 2020

Mooncalf Adoption from Bumble And Be Co (Product Spotlight)

Fantastic Beasts Mooncalf Newt Scamander
The Fantastic Beasts series has brought a vast collection of exciting new creatures into the wizarding world. Adding to the pygmy puffs, hippogryphs, and thestrals we met along Harry Potter's journey at Hogwarts, the spin-off saga has introduced bowtruckles, nifflers, and the demiguise with famed magizoologist Newt Scamander.

Another underrated creature the mooncalf first appears in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them when Scamander gives No-Maj baker Jacob Kowalski a tour of his bewitched habitat. The mooncalfs' appearance is a 'blink and you'll miss it' moment, but when I first saw this new species for the first time in 2016, I wanted to adopt one immediately.

Please Note: I purchased this item on my own. This is not a sponsored post. Opinions are my own. I do not receive commission if you click on any of the links in this post. 

I've kept an eye out for different figurines and collectibles throughout the wizarding wireless network in the hopes of finding a mooncalf. As luck, or a dose of felix felicis, would have it, I found Bumble and Be Co. on Etsy. Filled with a variety of adorable crochet amigurumi plushies and handmade art, the mooncalf was among several listings in the store.

Of course, I wanted to adopt one for my collection, and I couldn't be more excited than the experience I had with Bumble and Be Co. I ordered a baby mooncalf in early December, and it arrived well in time for Christmas. Given that the store originates in the UK, and I live in the United States, the timeliness of the product arriving within a reasonable time-frame was a wonderful surprise.

When I opened the box, June greeted me with personalized messages for my 'adoption process'. She's easily been one of the best treasures I've ever added. She arrived in an adorable nest of shredded paper and cut-out stars. Of course, I couldn't help but introduce her to the rest of the Fantastic Beasts family like a bowtruckle and Newt Scamander.

If you're looking to adopt a mooncalf and other creatures, I highly recommend checking out Bumble and Be Co as well as other artisans on Etsy or around the web. There are small businesses in the muggle world who offer the true joy and magic of handmade creations that are truly one-of-a-kind.

Fantastic Beasts Mooncalf Harry Potter Etsy

Fantastic Beasts Mooncalf Harry Potter Etsy

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