I first saw these two years ago on my way to Dublin on the M50 and I searched high and low for it but they were all sold out. So four weeks ago I saw these in an Apple Garage and just had to buy it. It cost €10.00 and even better €1.00 goes to the LauraLynn Children's Hospice!
You stick the antlers on the window and the nose on the grill of your car and your ready to go.
How cool does that car look dressed up as Rudolph?
*It does say that you should not drive at more than 40mph which I think is 64.3km but please don't quote me on the conversion, but if that's right I can just keep to the country roads around where I live and it should survive.
I saw these in Heatons yesterday too if your interested in getting some for your car or from the LauraLynn online shop here!
I had heard of the LauraLynn Ireland's Children's Hospice and the wonderful work they do but truly started to understand more after reading The Life Story of an Irish Baby Called Victoria and Beyond.
LauraLynn provides respite, home support, crisis and end of life support for sick children aged from birth to 18 years.