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Anybody Seen a "Pug" (Dog) inflatable (holiday?)

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Im sorry, I meant if you would like to see samples of some custom inflatables we have done. You can see them here:


If you are interested in a design, PM me with a picture or drawing of what you are looking for if it specific such as an animal breed etc.... along with any other information including suggested Height or width you would like and your budget for such. We will then produce an illustration... from there... upon approval of the illustrations we will produce a the inflatable and make any necessary changes as needed, then ship it to you.

Because inflatables can be done very simple with little sewing and very little detail or very detailed with a lot of manual sewing for a one of a kind inflatable. Your budget will determine the level of production standard.


Im waking up this thread hoping to find the now broken forum post of custom inflatables.  I had some family health issues that derailed my holiday efforts for a couple years but I'm back- and on the trail of the Pug inflatable and hope to reach out to Tim to discuss.

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I didn't even know this was possible. Granted its out of my budgets for this year. But I would really like to see some examples. 

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