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Personalised Bone China Plate - Midnight Snack

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Product Description
Why is it when we're all tucked up in bed at night, we feel this strong urge for something to nibble? The gravitational pull of the fridge drawing us in and making us dream of chocolate cake or cheese! Can't we at least crave a crunchy stick of celery or a juicy orange? No, the heart wants what the heart wants, so up we get on our adventure to the kitchen...

If you know someone who can't sit still at sleepovers and often twists your arm into an oh-so-naughty midnight feast, then perhaps you should buy them something from which to enjoy it. 

This beautiful white round bone china plate reads 'If we are not meant to have midnight snacks, why is there a light in the fridge?' in a stylish black font and can be personalised with the name of your recipient to be printed underneath on a ribbon-like design. 

An amusing gift idea and a point well made at the same time! 

What Can I Put On My Plate? 

Personalise it with a name in up to 18 characters. 

Use our innovative preview button to see how your gift will look when personalised. Simply type in your chosen words and press the Preview button.

Dimensions: 21cm (diameter) 

Material: Bone china

Care instructions: Dishwasher safe
Customer Reviews
Daniella Meadwell
Easy to use lots of good ideas
By Daniella Meadwell from WOKING, Surrey
Brenda Smith
Lovely pierces. Hope that my order can arrive by Monday 12 September, my dear friends birthday.
By Brenda Smith from GREAT YARMOUTH
Susan Waterson
Good so far easy to order thank you
By Susan Waterson from CANTERBURY, Kent
sandra owens
this is second item i have bought from here and i am extremely pleased with the first and am sure i will be extremely pleased with the second one when it arrives. i recommend this site to everyone.
By sandra owens from WREXHAM, Clwyd
Muhammed Mansour
novelty gift
By Muhammed Mansour from BOURNE, Lincolnshire
Catherine Taylor-Winter
Great gifts
By Catherine Taylor-Winter from CARRICKFERGUS, County Antrim
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