Red Jolly Bee Food Mascot Character Popsicle Keychain

Regular price $12.00 USD
Sale price $12.00 USD Regular price

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🐝 Dito sa Jollibee, beeda ang sarap! Profess your love of the bee with a cute, acrylic keychain charm of the Jollibee himself—in a fresh icy pop, popsicle form—to accessorize your bags and more.

This is an interpretation of the Jollibee in the form of a Popsicle character pop that will never melt so you can chill out on a sizzling hot day.

Comes attached with a red star-shaped snap keyring.

  • 3 by 3 inches
  • Comes attached with a red star-shaped snap keyring.
  • Colors that appear as seen here may slightly vary due to differences in screen displays and monitor settings.
  • All keychains come packaged and arrive with a film covering on their surface that needs to be peeled off. Please double check your order on both sides—take it off, and fully enjoy the design!
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