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- Size: 8x4.5x2.5"
- Material: Resin
- Year Introduced: 2022
- A Lori Mitchell design for ESC & Company
In the small town of Whimsyville, Halloween was an eagerly anticipated event for all its residents, including Stumpy, a lovable and slightly clumsy young person. Every year, Stumpy's mom would design a unique and creative costume for his trick-or-treating adventures.
This year, Stumpy found himself transformed into a tree trunk, complete with two solitary autumn leaves. Though his costume was undeniably adorable, it presented a challenge for poor Stumpy. The lack of arm mobility left him feeling a little flummoxed, especially when mischievous trick-or-treaters took advantage of his immobility.
As Stumpy stood there, pondering his predicament, his friends Kathy and Lefty stumbled upon him. Unbeknownst to Stumpy, they decided to play a little trick on him. With mischievous grins, they took out their markers and etched their initials, K&L, surrounded by a heart, into Stumpy's stump. It was their way of leaving a mark on their friend's unique costume.
Despite his limited range of motion, Stumpy remained hopeful that his Halloween experience would turn out well. He kicked his orange and white striped legs, attempting to ward off any potential candy thieves. With each kick, he hoped that the homeowners would take pity on his predicament and quickly fill his orange pumpkin bucket with treats.
As Stumpy ventured from house to house, his heartfelt smile and endearing costume won over the townspeople. They marveled at his determination and creativity, showering him with extra treats and kind words.
Finally, as the night came to a close, Stumpy headed home, his pumpkin bucket brimming with sweets. He couldn't help but feel a sense of triumph and gratitude for the kindness he had encountered throughout the evening.
Back in the safety of his cozy scarecrow patch, Stumpy reflected on the events of the night. Despite the challenges he faced and the mischievous trick played by his friends, he realized that Halloween was about more than just costumes and candy. It was a time for friendship, laughter, and the magic of community.
And so, with his heart full of joy and his pumpkin bucket empty, Stumpy settled in for a well-deserved rest. He knew that no matter what challenges he faced, the spirit of Halloween would always bring him happiness and new adventures in the years to come.
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