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The box size is 25cm x 17.5cm x 3.6cm. The finished robin is approximately 13cm x 11cm x 11cm.
Everything you need to make your robin is wrapped in tissue paper and beautifully packaged in a 100% recycled box. The kit includes: luxurious wool felt, cotton on tiny wooden spools, stuffing, a needle, pattern, and full instructions. And a little bit of Clara and Macy love.
Contains small parts. Suitable for children over the age of 7. Should be used under the direct supervision of an adult.
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Make your very own festive and ever so charming robin toy with this lovely robin craft kit. It makes the perfect creative Christmas gift.
This robin craft kit is the perfect creative gift for children who might be interested in sewing or learning a new skill. It is sure to keep children busy while you're cooking the Christmas dinner. Perhaps an ideal project for mum and daughter to make together on a rainy afternoon curled up beside the fire. A lovely stocking filler for someone looking to cosy up with some creative goodness this Christmas.
The kit contains everything you need to make him, even a needle. The only thing you'll have to provide is a pair of scissors.
All of the components are ethically sourced in Britain, recycled supplies are used where possible, and it comes beautifully packaged in the signature Clara style. Please note that due to the handmade nature of the animal craft kit contents may vary slightly from the photographs.
Ships from Altrincham, United Kingdom.
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