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Personalised Jelly Beans Jar - Keep Calm

Product Description
Filled to the brim with delicious jelly bean sweets, our personalised sweet jar makes a great gift for a sweet tooth!

With a white label reading 'Keep Calm And Eat Jelly Beans' in black, orange, yellow, green and red fonts with a crown icon, it's a great gift they're sure to devour, whatever the occasion! 

You can personalise the label with a name to be professionally printed in a black block font, so everyone will know to keep their hands off! 
Made in the UK

What Can I Put On My Jar? 

Personalise it with the name of your recipient in up to 18 characters. 
Use our innovative preview feature to see how it will look with your personalisation. Simply type in your chosen words and press the Preview button.

Dimensions: H11 x W11cm

Weight: 612g

Ingredients: Sugar,Glucose Syrup,Cornflour,Water,Citric Acid. Colours (Anthocyanins, Vegetable Carbon, Lutein, Mixed Carotenes). Glazing Agents (Shellac,Carnauba Wax,Beeswax,Flavourings, Vegetable Oil,Stabiliser (Gum Arabic) Spirulina

Please note: Not suitable for vegetarians
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Customer Reviews (32)

100% would recommend this to a friend

/ 5
Nice gift
I bought the jelly beans for a Christmas gift for someone I know . Having the name put on gives it that special touch that you have thought about it . I think it's a sweet little gift
By Doris from Rossendale
/ 5
Great beans!
Great idea, arrived quickly and as requested.
By Dusty from Knutsford
/ 5
Good value
I bought this for my son who has loved these kinds of jelly beans since he was a little boy. He is now 44 years old and is planning on taking the jar to work and putting it on his desk with a warning sign--DO NOT EAT MY JELLY BEANS!
By Gloster Gal from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
/ 5
lovely little gift
Excellent product as a small gifts, lovely sweets went down very well.
By spike from Yorkshire
/ 5
for those who have everything
By jakio from uk
/ 5
Jelly Beans
Fun present but would have liked the colours on the label to be darker.
By PyrfordHam from Pyrford
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