For a creative Christmas for the whole family, Eggnogg’s award winning Colour-in Giant Poster/Tablecloths will keep the whole family entertained for hours. Made of durable paper it’s robust enough to be folded away and brought out again and again.
Award winning Eggnogg are the colour-in specialists. Graphic designer and illustrator, Kate Edmunds, founded the company six years ago when her two children were five and seven. She started designing colour-in tablecloths and postcards for kids. What started as a kitchen table business quickly grew, and Eggnogg now sells more than 40 products across Europe, the US and Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and the Middle East. Eggnogg is stocked in major stores like John Lewis, Habitat, Waterstones, Fenwick and Liberty, many independent high street retailers, and as on Eggnogg’s own website www.eggnogg.co.uk. The Eggnogg Colour-in range includes paper tablecloths, placemats and card books, fabric kit bags, pencil cases, and pillowcases. Eggnogg also undertakes bespoke work with collaborators such as National Trust, Little Dish and The Royal Albert Hall to name but a few.
For the full range of Eggnogg’s colour-in products visit their website at www.eggnogg.co.uk
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Ipswich24 has got two Eggnogg’s award winning Colour-in Giant Poster/Tablecloths to give away to a lucky reader. To be in with a chance of winning both the Christmas and the Great Britain Table cloths just send your answer to the following question, along with your name, address and a daytime contact telephone number to: Eggnogg Competition, Ipswich24, 12A Britannia Road, Ipswich, IP4 4PE or you can enter online below. The closing date for entries is Friday 30th October 2020.
Q. What colour is Rudolph the reindeer’s nose?