Gisela Graham Felt Gingerbread Boy & Girl Christmas Tree Decorations

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Measurements in Cm:  11 x 8 x 1
Features:  This charming quad look good enough to eat!

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Set of 4 Felt Gingerbread Boy and Girl from the Gisela Graham Christmas Collection
 
A classic staple in Christmases up and down the country, our Felt Boy and Girl Gingerbread decorations will have your mouth watering. These plush little people take on the style of a popular biscuit, unfortunately without the warm scent of cinnamon wafting through your senses. They come in a set of 4 - two boys and two girls - and each one wears it's own entirely unique festive outfit. Hang them all together as a quad of festive fun. Or, separate them and ensure the festive cheer finds its way throughout your entire home. Each one is made of high quality felt and finished to a high standard.
 
 
 
 

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   Free Delivery for orders over £40 (applicable to UK mainland only)
   Orders within the UK - £2.95 (1-3 working days depending on location)
   Next Working Day Delivery - £6.95 ( Order by Noon previous working day, price depends on location )

 

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