Animal Colour-in Wooden Keyrings

Animal Colour-in Wooden Keyrings image

Product Code: #091

£5.00
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Description:

  • Made from 3mm plywood
  • Wooden design is attached to metal keyring
  • 6 assorted designs - Rhino, Parrot, Tiger, Elephant, Gorilla & Crocodile
  • Design size approx. 6.5cm-8cm
  • Decorate using our acrylic paint or Deco pens (not included)
  • Use as a keyring or bag dangler

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