Leo San Alpaca Jr
Seasonal horoscope series
Seasonal horoscope series is a collection released on every new Astrology's cycle. Each Alpaca San is carefully designed based on the sign's personality.
Leo San Alpaca Jr
in iconic Singapore Batik Print
It’s the one-month long birthday for Leo San Jr. (23 Jul – 22 Aug), a long distance relative of Asahi San Jr. He pays his homage in conjunction to Singapore’s birthday, by wearing his favourite ever-iconic Batik printed necktie. Featuring 10 native flowers, the unique print design is created French Couture designer, Pierre Balmain, for the Kebaya uniform for Singapore Airlines, which remains as Singapore’s most iconic print. “Quite as iconic as I am!”, exclaimed Leo San Jr. while he galloped happily into the birthday party prepared for him.
*Note: Fabric of necktie is SIA official approved fabric.
Dimension: 28cm x 35cm x 30cm
Decor: Cotton Batik print with silver bell, Cotton Batik print bow tie, Fabric Moth Orchid
Approx weight: 500g
Caring for Alpaca Sans
Step 1: Soak in cold water. Fill a bucket or sink with enough cold water to submerge Alpaca Sans.
Step 2: Add detergent. Add a small amount of mild or gentle detergent to the water.
Step 3: Hand wash. Gently squeeze the Alpaca to saturate it with detergent.
Step 4: Rinse. Refill the bucket or sink with clean, cold water or hold the alpaca under cold running water and squeeze it gently to rinse out the detergent, avoiding wringing.
Step 5: Air dry. To help remove moisture, you can roll it in a clean, dry towel first, then leave it in an open air to air dry, better when there is sun.
Step 1: Protect the Alpaca. Place the Alpaca in a mesh laundry bag, zippered pillowcase or pillowcase with the ends tied for added protection against wear and tear.
Step 2: Choose gentle wash settings. We recommend using the Delicate, Hand Wash or Gentle cycle setting on your washing machine, along with cold water to help keep colors from fading.
Step 3: Add detergent. Feel free to use your regular detergent when washing stuffed animals, or a mild detergent if you have it on hand.
Step 4: Air dry. Take the Alpaca out of the mesh bag or pillowcase and hang or lay them flat to dry.