Thursday, 29 September 2011

The Ultimate Doctor Who Collectors Set - Only £49.99

The ultimate collectors set - including all 11 incantations of Doctor Who.

For the first time, all eleven versions of the Doctor have come together as a set of 5" action figures, in a TARDIS display box. The figures of the first to seventh Doctors appear in brand new outfits exclusive to this boxed set. Each Doctor comes with an accessory, either his sonic screwdriver, or a personal possession.
  • The First and Second Doctors (William Hartnell, 1963-1966, and Patrick Troughton, 1966-1969) come dressed in the outfits they wore when they appeared in "The Three Doctors", helping the Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee, 1970-1974) fighting off the ancient, crazed Time Lord known as Omega.
  • The Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker 1974-1981) appears wearing his legendary multicoloured scarf.
  • The Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison, 1981-1984), remembered for wearing an Edwardian cricket outfit, now features his famous stick of celery!
  • The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker, 1984-1986) comes wearing one of his bizarrely garish outfits. The Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy, 1987-1989) was much better dressed, as seen with this exclusive figure.
  • The Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann, 1996) only made one television appearance, and this is the first time he has appeared as an action figure.
  • The Ninth Doctor (Christopher Ecclestone, 2005) was only around for a short while, before causing a regeneration to save Rose Tyler's life.
  • The Tenth Doctor (David Tennant, 2005-2010) then thwarts several attempts to destroy the universe, before finally defeating his long-time nemesis, The Master.
  • The Eleventh version of the Doctor, played by Matt Smith, appears in his tweed jacket and bow-tie, having just saved the universe from the cracks in time.
The Doctor Who - Doctors Collector Pack is priced at £49.99, and is available from our Christmas Living Selection.

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Thursday, 22 September 2011

Keep Calm and Carry On From Only £9.99

A little bit of history

In 1939 the British governments Ministry of Information commissioned a series of propaganda posters which were designed to be distributed across the country at the onset of the hostilities of the Second World War, the posters were intended to offer the public reassurance in the dark days which lay ahead.

3 designs went into production; the “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters were the third of these designed and only 2.5 million were printed.

The first 2 designs “Your Courage, Your Cheerfulness, Your Resolution will Bring Us Victory” and “Freedom is in Peril” appeared up and down the country, but the “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters were held in reserve and were intended to be used only in times of crisis and invasion. These posters were never officially issued and remained virtually unseen by the public until one turned up more than fifty years later in a box of dusty old books which were bought in an auction. This poster went on display in a bookshop (Barter Books in Alnwick) and was such a hit with their customers that the owners decided to sell copies of it, later endorsing the production of “Keep Calm and Carry On” merchandise.

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Friday, 16 September 2011

Top Ten Smurf Facts!

The new Smurfs movie is released in cinemas nationwide today, and to celebrate this fact we've compiled a list of the top ten smurf facts!

1. Smurfs are 3 apples tall
2. Smurfs can walk and run but most often move by skipping both feet
3. They love to eat sasparilla leaves, the berries of which they actually call "smurfberries"
4. The smurf characters are at least 100 years old
5. There were originally 99 smurfs, nowadays there are 105!
6. The smurfs use storks to travel long distances and keep up to date with events in the outside world
7. It is said to be impossible for an outsider to find the smurf village, except when led by a smurf, so you never know there might be some living just next door!
8. The smurfs have been around since 1958!
9. The smurfs replace enough nouns and verbs in everyday speech with "smurf" as to make their conversations barely understandable eg, "we're going smurfing on the river smurf today."
10. Sasette is the love interest of almost every smurf, and in the 2011 film is being voiced by Katy Perry.

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Monday, 12 September 2011

Rugby World Cup 2011

The Rugby World Cup is officially underway now, it opened in New Zealand, and is reported to be the biggest event that New Zealand has ever hosted.

Tens of thousands of rugby fans decended on Auckland for the opening ceremony, and the New Zealand All Blacks won the first match, a group qualifier, beating Tonga 41-10. The All Blacks performed their world famous haka before the opening match.

Forty eight matches will be played all across New Zealand over the next six weeks in all major cities (except Christchurch), the last time this event was held in New Zealand was in 1987, the inaugural tournament, when the All Blacks won the title.

Does this mean the odds are on New Zealand to win this time round?

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Friday, 9 September 2011

Top Ten Baby And Toddler Toys For Christmas 2011

To celebrate ten years of online shopping at 24studio, we're featuring a series of 'top tens ' - continuing with our top ten baby and toddler toys from this year's range.
Here are our picks of the best baby and toddler toys from our Christmas Book 2011.

Looking for the best baby & toddler gifts for Christmas 2011?

Look no further, our Christmas Book 2011 is packed with toys and gifts for all ages, including a great selection of toddler and pre-school toys. All are ideal gifts for Christmas, plus you'll find lots more ideas for Christmas gifts for all ages.

Top 10 Baby And Toddler Toys For Christmas 2011


Baby Laptop

A fun first laptop for children aged 18 months and over. With three play modes – animals, noises and vehicles.


Happy Hammer

Use the happy hammer to hit one of the targets and watch as the other pops up ready for action! Great for improving co-ordination skills. For children 12 months and over.
Mega Bloks Tubs

Endless building fun - let their imagination drive play with classic building bricks - Mega Bloks are chunky and easy to handle, suitable from age 12 months.


Baby Cot Toy

Soft caterpillar toy for the side of a cot. Features squeaker, crinkles, ring and mirror, enough for little exploring hands without being over-stimulating.  Suitable from birth.


Whistle And Go Puppy

First remote contol toy - simply blow the whistle to make the puppy move forwards, or two blows make him go backwards! For children 2 years and over.

Baby Toy 3-Piece Gift Set

Lovely gift set for baby, comprises rattle, teether and links. For children 3 months and over.


Magic Elephant

Activity elephant with lots of play activities including shape sorters, lights, sounds, music keys and games. For children 12 months and over.


Poppity Pop Dinosaur

Poppity Pop Dino features popping balls, fun tunes and silly sounds. Great fun for children 6 months and over.


Push & Ride Alphabet Train

Packed with features, the alphabet train encourages your child to sit, stand and finally ride. Teaches counting, objects, colours, music and letters. Includes 26 talking blocks. For children 12-36 months approx.


Moosical Beads Toy

Udderly amazing early learning fun. Teaches colours, letters, music, 1-2-3 and shapes. For children 3-18 months approx.

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Friday, 2 September 2011

Create A Work Of Art With A Professional Wood Burning Set

Burning Patterns and pictures into wood is a fun and simple craft called woodburning or pyrography.

Create works of art with this Professional Wood Burning Set and Case, HALF PRICE, Now Only £14.99

You'll need a few special tools and a little bit of patience to become a skilful woodburner. So you might need to practice, practice, practice!

For Woodburning you will need:
1. A suitable surface or piece of wood, spare pieces of wood from the shed or garage are perfect for practising on, and then choose a special piece of wood for the finished item, remembering of course that some types of wood burn quicker than others.

2. Pick a design and transfer it to the wood, this can be a picture you've found in a book, a design you've drawn up yourself, or a persons name - designs and choices are endless!

3. Choose a wood burning tool. This Professional Wood Burning Set and Case comes complete with 10 wood burning drawing tips, 9 wood burning stamping patterns, 1 solder tip, 1 hot knife blade, 1 safety stand, and a case - great for getting you started.

4. Burn the pattern or the design you have chosen onto the wood, after first practising on a scrap piece of wood

5. Finish your work by rubbing out any pencil lines that have been left over from your outline, and then when all the burning is complete you can either hang your picture as it is, or even seal it with varnish or oil/wax and hang and enjoy, or even give as a homemade, handmade Personalised Gift this Christmas.

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