When I had the opportunity to get my little Chicken a personalized superhero cape, I jumped on the chance. Not because our name starts with the same letter or anything. Promise.

 

PowerCapes is not just personalized. It’s almost impossible that you would ever see another one made just like your own child’s. There are so many options from the cape color to the shape of the emblem, you’ll be visualizing the perfect one for your child for close to an hour. Like me.

 

I mean who wouldn’t have trouble choosing between 11 cape colors, 29 emblem colors, and 8 emblem designs?

 

Read the rest of this review at Parental Views and enter to win your little Superhero a cape of their own!

 

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