Winter Wonderland Sticker Activity Set

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This fun sticker activity set consists of a large, four panel fold-out festive play scene with illustrations on both sides and over 100 reusable paper stickers for endless sticking and re-positioning. Compact and lightweight, this set is perfect for travelling and holidays as well as some quiet time at home.

Made with FSC certified paper and printed with non-toxic, environmentally friendly, vegetable based inks. Stickers do not contain vinyl for eco-friendly reasons. Conforms to CPSIA, ASTM, and CE standards.

Recommended for 4+ years.

Closed book measures 21.5cm wide x 30.5cm, open measures 86cm approximately.


Made from FSC certified paper. The FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) is an independent, non-governmental, not for profit organisation that sets standards for responsible forest management and helps preserve ecological balance.

Petit Collage only create products which adhere to their strict sustainability criteria, and they apply that criteria to every product.  They do this because they believe that play can, and should, encourage sustainable thinking.


Petit Collage design their toys in California and have them made in China. They visit their factories and conduct audits and quality controls regularly.  All factories are certified ICTI: Code of Business Practices, as well as ISO9001 Quality Management Systems, and ISO14001 Environmental Management Systems. Their main factory is certified as a "Caring Company" in recognition of its approach to corporate social responsibility.

Petit Collage is the brainchild of Lorena Siminovich, who lives in San Francisco with her husband and daughter.  She dreamed up the line in 2006 with her distinctive, handmade collages on wood. What started with simple collages has since blossomed into a vibrant collection of long lasting playthings for children.

Petit Collage design products to be long lasting and to grow with the child. Play value is an important part of their product development process.