Grow Your Own Christmas Crackers – Woodland Animals
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Christmas crackers are a fun way of celebrating the festive season with family and friends. Why not try something a little bit different with our Grow your Own Christmas crackers?
Not only do these lovely, alternative Christmas crackers contain a joke and a hat, they also hold an extra special surprise – a packet of bee-friendly flower seeds for your garden. The seeds are specially selected species that will help to attract bees and other insects that are beneficial to your garden. Simply follow the instructions included in each cracker to plant your seeds and watch your flowers grow!
These alternative Christmas crackers are perfect for animals lovers and will add a festive flourish to your dinner table. They are crafted by hand and feature an attractive, hand-drawn design. The illustrations include a variety of charming woodland animals, including a deer, fox, squirrel and hare. Complete with beautiful hand-drawn foliage details, traditional red berries and rustic pinecones, these Robin Reed crackers are both stunning and sustainable.
Our recyclable Christmas crackers are completely plastic free, including the packaging and the gifts inside. They are kinder to the planet and natural environment, and can be enjoyed by adults and children alike.
This Christmas, bring the ones you love together and enjoy these special crackers before you tuck into Christmas dinner. They will surprise and delight your friends and family, while looking festive amongst the holly and the ivy.
• Box of six Christmas crackers
• 100 per cent recyclable and plastic-free, including the packaging and the gifts inside
• Each cracker contains a joke, a hat and a packet of bee-friendly flower seeds with instructions
• Gift code: M22XCA
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