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WIN 10 Japanese Paper Balloons

Eco-friendly and utterly charming don't miss your chance to win this delightful set of Japanese Paper Balloons from the lovely team at Petra Boase. Play catch with them, pop them in a party bag or create the most stunning mobile in your child's bedroom. Each balloon comes flat and individually packed in a recyclable bag. All animals made from environmentally friendly waxed paper. 

                  

For your chance to win, please answer the question at the end of the competition. 

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Competition closes at 23:59 on 30th January 2020

The Prize Provider for this competition is Petra Boase. Click here to read their privacy policy. The winners will be picked at random by angels&urchins and notified shortly afterwards.


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