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Make Your Own Christmas Decorations

product code: 136751

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was £3.00
now £1.20
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age range: From 3 years

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product information

Christmas is such an exciting time for young children; allow your little one to get involved in the preparations for the big day with the ELC Make Your Own Christmas Decorations.

This wonderful activity is fun for children of all ages and great for play dates with friends. There are three decorations in each pack to make including, Santa Claus, a gingerbread man and a snowman, with pre-cut and self adhesive pieces, which help to prevent mess.

Perfect for encouraging creativity, your little one can proudly hang their completed decorations on the tree.

Quick Facts:
Three in a pack
Easy to make
Festive theme
Suitable from 36 months

How does this help my child ?

  • Imagination
    Stimulates Senses

    This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their SENSES.

  • Imagination
    Imagination

    This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.

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delivery & returns

This product is available for:

Standard Delivery

Normally delivered within 3-5 days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales). Exceptional delivery circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver.
FREE for orders over £50, otherwise £3.95

Express Delivery

Order before 4pm for delivery on the next working day to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.
£4.95 on all orders

UK returns

ELC are happy to refund or exchange any unused merchandise returned within 28 days of purchase upon production of your receipt, as long as they are returned in an unused condition and in their original packaging. Please see Terms and Conditions for details. This does not affect your rights if the product is faulty or mis-described.

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