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Meri Meri Winter Ballerina Charm Bracelet Advent Calendar Suitcase

Ages:

8 and up

A fun spin on the traditional holiday advent calendar! The numbered trays reveal a new delight each day leading up to Christmas, including a gold tone bracelet and festive acrylic charms. Beautifully presented in a keepsake suitcase, this is the perfect gift for the little dancer in your life!

$31.50

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Description

SKU:

217585

Beautiful ballerinas will adore this very special advent calendar suitcase. It opens to reveal a delightful design of 3 dancing ballerinas, and numbered trays. Open the trays each day to get a gold tone charm bracelet, and charms to place on it - to have a very special accessory to wear for Christmas day and beyond. The suitcase can then be used for years afterwards as a place to keep special items inside.

  • Made with eco-friendly glitter and paper
  • Themed jewelry box with numbered trays reveal hidden trinkets
  • The box features a silver elastic cord to open and close it with
  • Open the box to reveal the dancing ballerina design, and the numbered trays
  • Inside the trays are the gold tone charm bracelet, and charms with gold tone clasps to place on it each day
  • The charms include acrylic shapes (butterflies, heart, star, moon, flowers and more), colorful tassels and bells
  • Age recommendation: 8 years +
  • Box dimensions: 6.875″ x 2.375″ x 4.375″

ABOUT MERI MERI

Meredithe Stuart-Smith, whose childhood nickname was Meri Meri, made her first card as a child in Los Angeles in 1985 while sitting at her kitchen table with some scissors, pens and a BIG pot of glitter. Local stationery stores loved her cards and in 1987, Meri Meri presented her collection at the National Stationery Show in New York, which resulted in Bergdorf Goodman picking up the line. After a cross-continental move to England, Meredithe continues to make cards, as well as partyware, bakeware, gifts and patches with a team of 20 designers in a 400 year old building (still with lots of glitter) one hour west of London.

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