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'Boo!' Halloween Baby Bib

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We've got you're little monster fully covered from all the spills this Halloween with our 'Boo!' baby bib.

From our 'Boo!' range this cute little bib would make an ideal halloween treat for any baby. The bib comes with a velcro fastening for easy use and comfort.

Design also available on sweatshirts, tote bags, t-shirts, jumper dresses, pet clothing and baby rompers.

Designed and printed by Ellie Ellie in Sussex.

Available in three colour combinations: black & white, green & white, orange & black.

made from:

100% cotton.

Machine wash at 40 degrees, do not iron on print.

dimensions:

W 23cm x H 32cm

Our model Zayn is 8 months old.


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