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Good guessing THE gorgeous Guess How Much I Love


You collection is taking centre stage with Rainbow Designs at Harrogate thanks to a fabulous new look and exciting autumn/winter arrivals which will be great complementary products for card shops. Based on the charming book, the Guess How Much I Love You collection draws upon the brand’s simple and universally- understood messages of parental love for a child.


Rainbow’s major re-launch of this nursery toy and gift range for 2013 features new products including the Large Nutbrown Hare Plush, Little Nutbrown Hare Rattle, Little Nutbrown Hare Comfort Blanket, the Activity Spiral and the Attachable Toy.


Retailers can also see the complete B.Duck collection of fun novelty gifts and collectables starring the best-selling Dress Up Savings Banks, the Shaun The Sheep range of fun plush, The Snowman collection starring Snowdog, and the Edward Monkton and Wallace & Gromit collections of comical and quirky gifts.


DP1-120 – T: 01329 227300 www.rainbowdesigns.co.uk


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solution FOR school or the home


offi ce, you can tidy away pens and pencils in a Lesser & Pavey case that’s smart and practical.


Match your desktop colour scheme with bright pink, blue and purple with white dots in the form of wax canvas pencil cases. The cases are part of their quality wax canvas bag range, which includes satchels.


Stand CH3-5 – T: 01322 279225 www.leonardo.co.uk


Beautiful tactile finishes, wonderfully sendable captions and massively impactful shelf appeal. yay!


VISIT US AT THE HARROGATE HOME AND GIFT FAIR, STAND DP2-59 TO COLLECT YOUR GORGEOUS FREE SAMPLE OR PHONE NOW ON O1423 52OO98


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