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Lil’ Cubs partners with Peanuts

The new collaboration will see the kidswear supplier offering a collection featuring Snoopy and Woodstock.

The new range features funky patterns, striking colours and vibrant designs and is made using only eco-friendly dyes. Comprised of two designs, the prints will be available on a range of items for children aged up to seven years-old.

For younger children, there are sleepsuits, bibs and muslins, while older children can choose from T-shirts, leggings and soft toys.

The first design has given a Peanuts twist on the classic Lil’ Cubs rainbow chevrons, while the second design is bursting with 70s retro magic, featuring a rainbow with Snoopy, Woodstock and a few winged friends.

Founder of Lil’ Cubs, Tabitha Mackness, commented: “I cannot believe that I have been given this opportunity. The Peanuts comic strip was not only a huge part of my childhood, but my children are also huge fans too – it’s a truly multi-generational cartoon.

“It has been by greatest Lil’ Cubs achievement to date and we hope everyone loves it as much as we do.”

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