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Sticker Dolly Dress-Up Party

Thursday 27th October 2016 2pm - 3pm Grand Central Birmingham Children's Event, Free Event

Do you have a mini artist at home? Well, we’ve got just the thing to keep them busy this half-term.

We’re hosting a Sticker Dolly Dress Up Party to celebrate the Sticker Dollies Series’ 10th Birthday and invite children to get creative with patterns, colours and materials.   

Sticker Dollies is the hugely popular interactive book series published by Usborne that promises to entertain and delight for hours on end.

Bring your children along to play at being a fashion designer using colours and patterns to design their own clothes for their sticker dollies, as well as enjoying some party treats.  

There will also be the opportunity to enter into a competition on the day to WIN £50 worth of Usborne books.


Venue: Foyles, Grand Central Birmingham, B2 4BF

Tickets: This is a free event. Simply add the required number to the basket below



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