|Product Name||Birthday Party|
|Category||Toy / Game / Puzzle|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B000090W81|
|Price New||12.97 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||LCI511 Birthday Party It s a wish come true! This unique playful wooden birthday cake has enough slices and toppings for every 'party guest'', and enough candles to last for years. Includes a 6-slice cake on a serving plate, 19 toppings, 7 candles, a wooden spatula and convenient storage box. Let the party begin! 10in x 13.5in x 2in|
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