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Thread 27 continued - Reastie, We're Here!

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MrsLoveChristmas Tue 10-Dec-13 12:18:16

Just a temporary shelter for us until the lovely shiny thread 28 is built!

Weknowwhoyouare Tue 10-Dec-13 12:41:34

Following on from the colouring conversation, pound land have washable felt tips which are good for Littlies.

LaTrucha Tue 10-Dec-13 12:50:15

Crayola are excellent, but always the same colours. I wanted to get her a bit more of a range. sad

LaTrucha Tue 10-Dec-13 12:50:31

I'll have a look in Poundland. Thanks.

LaTrucha Tue 10-Dec-13 12:52:19

If anyone finds this on offer, I want it!

snowgirl1 Tue 10-Dec-13 12:54:32

Just checking in so I don't lose you all

snowgirl1 Tue 10-Dec-13 12:58:44

LaTrucha I don't know if this Crayola twistables set is of any interest - it's reduced from £14.98 to £7.50 in Argos. I bought it a while back as a result of this thread.

MooseyMoo Tue 10-Dec-13 12:59:11

Oh, oh latrucha I've seen that on offer.... Buggered if I can remember where though... Hold on I'll have a look..

MrsLoveChristmas Tue 10-Dec-13 12:59:16

Happy Feet 2 Penguin Pets Musical Playset - toys R Us £1.96

Might have stock near some of you. Brilliant price.

m.toysrus.co.uk/Toys-R-Us/Toys/Animals-and-Playsets/Happy-Feet-2-Penguin-Pets-Musical-Playset/0089754

BuddyKringleberry Tue 10-Dec-13 13:00:05

dandelion the entertainer have a crayola box on special offer today down to £5 from £15. I don't need anymore art bits so didn't look at it in too much detail but stock is limited and you have to use the code HOLLY at the checkout x

MooseyMoo Tue 10-Dec-13 13:00:39

Ah it was John Lewis £8.99 for Super Tips Colouring can

MooseyMoo Tue 10-Dec-13 13:13:01

Just back from RL shopping and in Sainsburys they have their pretend play toys half price. I grabbed the last blender for £2.49.

Lidl had Tins Ale for 99p - good stocking filler for DH (particularly liked its line of making your baubles sparkle) and some DVDs for £2.99 each. I got Sound of Music (have never seen it but think DC will love it).

ZIGGY911 Tue 10-Dec-13 13:16:44

Berol felt pens are great. Last ages and dont dry out if lids left off. Not the cheapest but worth the extra cost.

MrsAlwaysRight Tue 10-Dec-13 13:18:16

I've just ordered another Flavourly box after cancelling the original subscription. I like the sound of the Christmas box especially as the £10 off code is still working grin

ZIGGY911 Tue 10-Dec-13 13:18:18

Has anyone got the amazon code to work today?

MrsLoveChristmas Tue 10-Dec-13 13:23:11

MrsAlwaysRight - do you know what's in the Christmas Flavourly box? Would be tempted to order another if it was nice.

ShedWood Tue 10-Dec-13 13:26:55

I got the amazon code to work, did have to remove a non-amazon product from my basket first though, was v chuffed to save a fiver so thanks to whoever posted it grin

DrankSangriaInThePark Tue 10-Dec-13 13:28:52

Ziggy- yes, I used it about 2 hrs ago, I think it has to be on amazon amazon stuff, and not on fulfilled/marketplace/3rd party items.

Do I need a Flavourly box? It is possibly the only thing ever mentioned on this thread I don't already have!

Weknowwhoyouare Tue 10-Dec-13 13:29:08

What's the amazon code?

DrankSangriaInThePark Tue 10-Dec-13 13:29:43

5off25pc for £5 off £25.

Oh, the Amazon code has expired fsad

I'll take that cookery book for me out of the basket then ...

BuddyKringleberry Tue 10-Dec-13 13:39:24

There are some departments excluded and books is the only one I remember the man saying was one of them fsad x

Oh well, thanks anyway Buddy.

I really don't need another cookery book to gather dust. I was only getting it because it was 'free'!

MrsAlwaysRight Tue 10-Dec-13 13:41:35

According to alwaysconfused it's got chocolate truffles, fudge, mulled spices for wine cider or apple juice, muffin mix, savoury biscuits and 3 kinds of nut snack mixes.

I thought it sounded pretty good smile

girlsyearapart Tue 10-Dec-13 13:42:18

Checking in grin
I don't have a flavourly box either.. Think I might need one

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