Oh, life's a treat! Keep note of all your weekly goings-on with this lovely Shaun the Sheep A5 weekly planner, packed with helpful pages to keep you organised no matter what you've got planned. The front of the planner features comical Shaun the Sheep illustrations amongst a repeating leafy botanical pattern, with the words, "Oh, life's a treat!" against the notebook's light grey background. Inside the planner, you'll find 112 FSC paper pages to fill with notes, as well as 112 grid pages perfect for planning out your week.
Dimensions: 224 pages - 21 (h) x 15 (w) x 1.5 (d) cm
Packaging: Sticker and polybag
Composition: FSC paper
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