This Is A Fresh-Baked French Bread Plush Pillow – Design You Trust

This Is A Fresh-Baked French Bread Plush Pillow

Novelty company Gecter has created a wonderfully realistic plush pillow that looks like a loaf of fresh-baked French bread. The pillow is stuffed with propylene cotton and the zippered fabric is machine-washable. The pillow comes in a variety of sizes at different price points.

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