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Panini are super excited to announce the launch of their brand new Peppa Pig ‘My Favourite Things’ Sticker Collection!

Peppa Pig is back in a rainbow-inspired collection of all her FAVOURITE THINGS. A brand new, bright, interactive sticker collection packed with family, friends and epic adventures. The album is a fresh take on Peppa’s world full of new illustrations and on-trend themes. Rainbow sparkle stickers, glitter stickers and scratch ‘n’ reveal ‘Muddy Puddle’ stickers all come in an easy-peel format for little hands.

The new look collection also includes a huge reward chart and wall poster pull-out to complete and hang up. Also included on every album page are wonderful activities for children to complete.

The sticker collection includes 184 stickers to collect including 56 special stickers to look out for. Collectors can get their sticker collection off to a flying start with a starter pack which includes an album and 31 stickers!

Product details
On sale date: 26 September 2019
Starter Packs: £3.99 rrp
Sticker Packets: 70p rrp


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