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Fiesta Crafts to distribute Buttonbag

Arts and crafts specialist, Fiesta Crafts, has agreed an exclusive partnership with Buttonbag, which will see the company distribute the craft kits in the UK and worldwide.

The Buttonbag range includes sewing, crochet, knitting and many other craft and gift sets, all created with the understanding that children love to say ‘Look what I made’.

Aimed at children from preschool to age eight and over, there is a craft kit to suit all abilities.

Andrew Bacon, managing director at Fiesta Crafts, commented: “We are really excited to be working with the team at Buttonbag as they share our ethos in creating traditional crafts with a modern twist. Our own crafts selection has seen significant growth over the past two years and this category for us is doing well no just in the UK, but with all our global retail partners.

“Buttonbag’s products sit really well alongside Fiesta Crafts’ own brands, so we are looking forward to introducing the range for the first time at Toy Fair.”

You can find the Buttonbag range on stand G25 at London Toy Fair.

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