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Build and Colour-In Cardboard Elephants
Build and Colour-In Cardboard Elephants

Build and Colour-In Cardboard Elephants

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Build, decorate and play with this family of four cardboard elephants! Pop out the pieces, follow the simple instructions to slot them together, decorate creatively and enjoy!

Good Things:

  • Made from 90% recycled materials and recyclable and biodegradable at the end of its life
  • Plastic-free: comes in recycled card packaging
  • Made in Germany in good conditions and by workers who are paid fairly
  • Awarded Germany's Spiel Gut award for great play!
  • Designed for creative and imaginative play
  • Vegan friendly

A great way to entertain children, this family of elephants makes a lovely collaborative project. Two big and two small elephants are ready to be decorated as colourfully and creatively as you can! Use colouring pencils, paints or paper collage - or all of the above! These eco toys are completely plastic-free and you won't need glue or scissors to put them together.

Pop out the piece and follow the instructions to create the slot-together design. The elephants are quite simple to construct so good for younger children aged 3+ to build with a little help. Decorate, admire and enjoy!

Made from sturdy, corrugated and recycled cardboard. 

What you get:

All you need to create two big and two small elephants. You'll only need the paint, colouring or collage materials to decorate them as creatively as you can!

Suitable for ages 3+ as it contains small pieces

Fully assembled big elephants measure 15.5cm long, 9.5cm wide, and 12cm high

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Sent to you or a loved one in eco-friendly packaging.

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Customer Reviews

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Great fun

These little guys were easy to put together and great fun to decorate. My 3 year old then spent an hour trotting them around the house and garden. A great afternoon of entertainment :)