Freestanding Lamb Kinder Egg Holder with 3D Nose and Feet - More Designs Available. 

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£6.99
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CTO749

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 Freestanding Lamb Kinder Egg Holder with 3D Nose and Feet - More Designs Available. 

Other designs are available in the drop-down menu - please click each one and view the photo of the design unpainted in the photo section. All can be hand painted in colours of your choice!

Not just a gift for Easter, this confectionary holder could be gifted for birthdays and other celebrations. Holding a singular Kinder egg, when it is not in use it makes a novel and pretty decoration for any shelf or dressing table.

This freestanding egg holder may appear 'chunky' but once painted and decorated it’s like the story of the ugly duckling, whereby the finesse and beauty reveals itself to its beholder and makes a sensational display.

The price does NOT include a chocolate egg as some pictures indicate.

In the picture, the lamb has been painted to match a child’s favourite soft toy. Decorated in hues of cream, with black depicting the recognisable facial features of eyes and nose with additional chestnut feet. Alternatively, you may opt for a mix of gems and beads if you prefer to give a different appearance, or to be more fitting with the age of the person.

At no extra cost you can have these personalised with a singular name.

The dimensions of this item are as follows; 11cm (L) x 18cm (D) x 21.5cm (H).

On the reverse side of this item it is painted as the cat would appear from behind, without any additional embellishments.

This item is part of a wider range of Kinder egg holders; 6mm, multiple holding plaques and other 18mm designs reflecting hobbies and seasonal occasions. In addition, we have a range of holders for the Crème egg if your child prefers this for an Easter or sweet treat.

Alternatively, you may wish to look at the egg holders which depict a specific seasonal celebration;

Easter - bunnies, chickens, lamb, eggs

Halloween shapes - bat, coffin, witches’ hat, spider, pumpkin, haunted house, ghost

Christmas shapes - reindeer, tree, snowflake, gingerbread person, snowman, stocking, bauble, sleigh

If you have any questions just pop me a message 

Thank you, Claire x