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Winnie the Pooh Paper Party Plates

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Brand: Winnie the Pooh / Misc House Type: Party Supplies

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      25.10.2009 13:42
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      Only £1.00 In The Pound Shop And They're Great

      I got these Winnie the Pooh paper plates in the pound shop but they had a sticker on the back saying Woolworths so they're probably old stock from when they went bust.

      I brought them because my sister is 2 and she loves Winnie the Pooh and for £1.00 for 10 I thought she'd like to use them instead of her normal plastic plates for a bit.

      The plates look exactly the same as the picture Dooyoo have got up but the colours are a lot brighter and the blue background is more of an inky purple colour. They would look wicked for party food for little kids and Winnie the Pooh looks dead friendly and cute.

      They hold quite a bit and I reckon they would be perfect for a party, the plates are about the same size as my sisters standard size plastic dinner plate. I'd say they're a standard size for paper plates and last night my sister had sausage, mash and peas and it fitted nice on the plate but she's also used them for lunch and a full sandwich fits just right.

      They're good quality and don't bend when you put a bit of weight on them, I'd not trust them to hold an adult sized dinner but for the small amount of food a 2 year old eats they cope well. The edge of the plate isn't raised very high so you'd have to carry the plate to wherever the child is going to eat because it looks like it would be easy for the food to slide off the flat edge.

      The plates are lovely and any fan of Winnie the Pooh would love them, for £1.00 I reckon they were a bargain because I remember the last pack of paper plates I brought was from Sainsburys and they were £2.50 and didn't feature such a well known character as Winnie the Pooh.

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