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children's party boxes - where to get them?

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loobs2 Sat 06-Sep-08 16:00:53

It's DS's 5th birthday party in a few weeks and I want to buy some of those party box thingies to put party tea/food in but only ones I've seen are mail-order. Can't justify spending 4 quid postage just for these - does anyone know any shops that sell them?

Boyswillbeboys Sat 06-Sep-08 18:24:51

Woolworths is quite good for things like that, but I guess it depends on where you are and if your woolworths is a big one. Do you have any local party shops or fancy dress shops?

RubyRioja Sat 06-Sep-08 18:26:38

our local cash and carry do them. Booker

TBH worth the £4 to offset wastage and aggro.

mum2ds1 Sun 07-Sep-08 10:17:56

our local stationary/craft shop do them have you got one you can try

Sawyer64 Sun 07-Sep-08 10:22:57

My local market had a stall with Birthday cards etc on,and they sold them.

Wouldn't have thought to look there,was surprised to see them.

lilolilmanchester Mon 08-Sep-08 11:04:25

I once got some plain white ones from local bakers at a few pence each and DCs decorated them with stickers.

loobs2 Wed 10-Sep-08 17:27:54

Thanks for all your suggestions - will begin my search!smile

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