Car Decoration Reindeer Antlers & Red Nose £1 @ Poundland - HotUKDeals
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It is not just your home and yourself that can dress up for the festive period. Check out thse car antlers giving you Christmas fancy dress fun for your car! Only £1!
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1 Like #1
Any idea how these fix to your vehicle?

Sorry, but much to hubby's disgust I may have to buy a set of these to attach to my Red Beetle :p
#2
The antlers have the same fitting you get on the flags for cars they attach onto your windows and the nose has a large twist(cable) tie.
#3
I think the antlers may be like the England flags over the summer and slotted onto the top of the open window and then close it. Not sure about the node though.
#4
SPAMDOG
The antlers have the same fitting you get on the flags for cars they attach onto your windows and the nose has a large twist(cable) tie.


Ah bum, not sure how I could fix on the Nose as Beetles don't have a front grille :(
#5
They look like material? Maybe not best in this weather

Home bargains have plastic ones for same price, although unfortunately doesnt include nose :(

You just put window down, clip it on then put window back up (closes fully)

I had them last year and we have a photo of my car in the snow with its antlers on, looks great!
#6
Looks like this BMW owner couldn't bring themselves to cover the badge - http://thefuntimesguide.com/images/blogs/rudolph-red-nosed-green-car-with-antlers-by-flatbush-gardener-thumb-395x263.jpg
But you get the idea.....

I may go for this idea instead :D
http://thefuntimesguide.com/images/blogs/volkswagon-beetle-christmas-lights-thumb.jpg
DOH it's too small, but the interior is surrounded by multi-colour fairy lights hehe


Edited By: Haylhoo on Dec 02, 2010 15:17
#7
http://thefuntimesguide.com/images/blogs/tow-truck-decorated-for-christmas-by-daviddennis-thumb-395x263.jpg

Sorry, i'll stop now......
#8
A bit of fun for the festive season - heat added!
1 Like #9
Haylhoo
SPAMDOG
The antlers have the same fitting you get on the flags for cars they attach onto your windows and the nose has a large twist(cable) tie.


Ah bum, not sure how I could fix on the Nose as Beetles don't have a front grille :(


Just borrow hubby's drill and make two holes, one above the other about 25mm apart - 12mm drill should do it and try to get them central. Put the twist wire in one hole and out the other, then twist. A bit of nail varnish around the holes should keep the rust at bay for several weeks.

These kits add hundreds to the value of a beetle!

PS don't tell hubby until it's finished - he'll be so impressed by your DIY skills!






Edited By: Besford on Dec 02, 2010 16:59: typo
#10
Marauder
I think the antlers may be like the England flags over the summer and slotted onto the top of the open window and then close it. Not sure about the node though.

Node? Have you got a cold????
1 Like #11
What's all this 'hubby' nonsense - I feel like I'm reading The Sun
#12
Chav Tastic!
#13
they'd need to be at least 15 inches to stick out the snow on my car :-(
#14
Ultimate Xmas chav accessory ;)
#15
Matangouk
Ultimate Xmas chav accessory ;)
That's why Chavs goto Iceland & Poundland for Christmas pressies LOL.

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