Engraved Wooden Money Box - It's A Boy Feet Design

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Product Details

There's no time like the present, and with our Engraved Wooden Money Box - It's a Boy Feet Design you can start saving the pennies for your little one's future right away.

Not only is this a practical way to teach growing children the importance of saving, it is also a charming piece of memorabilia for parents who have just welcomed a new baby boy into the world.

With its charming baby feet design on the front and fixed text that reads, "It's a Boy!" this little engraved wooden box is the ideal gift for new parents. Perhaps you want to surprise your partner and celebrate the birth of your son.

It boasts a convenient slot on the top for inserting money, and an opening to the base for emptying.

The money box features a solid wooden construction, and can be engraved to an extremely high standard with the baby boy's name using up to 13 characters.

Below this, there are an additional 10 characters so that you can immortalise the date he was born.

  • Personalised flower shape craft money box
  • Expertly engraved with your personalisation
  • Features easy access at the base to remove contents
  • Measures: Diameter 11.5CM x Depth 6.5CM
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DELIVERY OPTIONS:

2nd Class Mail:

Sent via 2nd Class Royal Mail: £3.99.

The delivery timescale is 2-3 working days.

1st Class Mail:

Sent via 1st Class Royal Mail: £4.99.

The delivery timescale is 1-2 working days.

Next Working Day (when available)

Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.

Saturday (when available)

Orders received by 2:00 pm sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.

Ireland:

The delivery timescale is approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch: £9

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