Charlie Bears - Keyring Special

Charlie Bears - Keyring Special

Charlie Bears keyring special.

 

This month we are doing a special on our Charlie Bear Keyrings with at least 25% off our whole range.

 

For more information and news from Homeleigh Garden Centre, please check out our website  or our Facebook Page.

  

All of the following Keyring Bears were £44.99 but are now down to only £30 while stocks last!
Click each of their names to find them on our website. 

  

Boots, Welly, Pumps, Iceskate and Ballet shoe

   

Moccasin, Loafer, Flipflop, Slipper & Sandal

 

  

 Jersey, Denim, Lace, Linen, Wool and Tartan on the other hand are down from £28 to only £15 each!

 

 

Jersey, Denim, Lace & Linen

 

 

Wool and Tartan

 

And finally we have Cheesecloth who was £20 and is also now only £15.

 

Cheesecloth

On top of these price reductions, if you buy either Shadow, Helena & Hope, Fenella & Faith or Doolittle, then we will give you one of the £15 Keyring Bears free of charge! (In store only)

All of these offers are while stocks last and we will not be getting any more of these particular bears anytime soon. Curly has been created as part of a small set of three bears which all have been created using a new fur fabric Charlie fell in love with. Scrabble and Bampa can be seen on page 24 (along with Curly) of our catalogue “In a land far far away”. He has, due the fabric we have used, a tussled appearance as the fur has curls and twists within in that feel and look very playful. His soft face has been hand trimmed and he has a hand embroidered nose with additional airbrushing. He is loosely jointed so is very easy to display and has large sculptured paw pads. His inner ears have a separate piece of fabric which nestles snuggly within his curly coat and a fabric neck tie has been added as his accessory.

 

For any extra information on stock, or to reserve a particular Bear, please contact Rob at Homeleigh Garden Centre 01566 773147 or feel free to simply reply to this Email.

 

Thank you.

Rob.

Posted by Callum Henley
14th March 2018

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