Christmas Wooden Toys From £12 @ Asda George

30 August 2016
Christmas Wooden Toys From £12

Now that the summer is all but gone and the kids are going back to school the shops are starting to bring out their Christmas goodies, and although for some it's too soon, for others it can't come soon enough! If you're one of those counting down the days you will be happy to see that Asda George have just started selling some beautiful Christmas Wooden Toys online, and they are brilliant value for money.

There's three online so far; a Gingerbread House for £12, a Nativity Set for £15 and a Christmas Train Set for £20.

Last year Asda's Wooden Nativity Set sold out really quickly way before the festive season was underway, so I think this lot could sell out too.

The Gingerbread House* is my favourite and luckily for me it's the cheapest to a just £12. It's a carry-along toy with a handle on the top and it opens out so that kids can play with the wooden figures inside. It's beautifully detailed with illustrations both inside and out, and you get four figures included: Father Christmas, an Elf, a Snowman and a Reindeer, plus a Christmas Tree too.

The Nativity Set* is £15, and it includes all the characters in the beautiful 12 piece set for a traditional Christmas display that can be played with as children re-enact the Christmas Story.

The Christmas Wooden Train Set* is also likely to be hugely popular, and this one even includes a motorised train! It's a bright red festive train, plus wooden tracks and lots of Christmassy accessories. There's a huge Christmas Tree, two train carriages for the engine to pull, a snowman, Father Christmas, presents, a house and more. For £20 that's an awful lot of festive fun!

All these Christmas Wooden Toys are available to order online now, and you can click and collect for free from Asda stores or get them delivered to your home for £2.95.

TOPICS:   Christmas

3 comments

  • Caroline S.

    I think I need the gingerbread house

  • Jo-Anne B.

    Love them

  • Lucy D.

    Just bought these:)

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