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Card Factory launch 99p Christmas dinner bibs ‘for the messiest eaters’

People who are always spilling their dinner down themselves may now have perfect festive answer.

Card Factory is selling Christmas-themed bibs so you can keep your festive jumper clean and enjoy your food this year.

The Christmassy bibs come in four different styles, with two Santa styles and two elf-themed designs.

And a pack of four will only set you back 99p.

The ‘Dinner Bibs’ encourage people to ‘eat, drink and be messy’.”

The product description reads: “Even the messiest eater can enjoy all the trimmings with these fun and festive Christmas bibs.”

The bibs were shared on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains, where they went down a storm.



The Christmassy bibs come in four different styles, with two Santa styles and two elf-themed designs

A group member shared the picture and wrote: “Card factory 99p you get all four shown in picture! Good for a giggle on Christmas Day.”

The post prompted replies from others users, many of which confessed to being serial dinner spillers.

One wrote: “I have these ready for Xmas day lol… quite big as well.”

And another wrote: “I need this! A dinner bib is not just for Christmas!”



The post prompted replies from others users, many of which confessed to being serial dinner spillers (file pic)

Others tagged their messy friends and family to recommend buying ahead of the Christmas dinner .

There are only 18 days left until Christmas – and only three weekends left to get all your shopping done.

Shoppers are being urged to support Small Business Saturday – a nationwide initiative to en­­courage people to shop locally.

In 2018, the event, now in its seventh year, saw an estimated £812million spent with small businesses across the country.

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The Mirror is doing its part with our Have a Happy High Street Christmas cam­­paign, to en­­courage shoppers to back their town centres over the festive season.

The need for action comes as a survey by the Federation of Small Businesses found that just one in three smaller retailers expects their prospects to improve over the coming three months, while 58 per cent expect things to worsen.

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