Buddy- Half Body

  • 90cm tall (Image: 60cm + Stand: 30cm) x 65cm wide (2ft 9’x 2ft 2′) – If the allocated width is met before the height, then the Buddy will become slightly smaller than the 90cm.
  • Adjustable stand so can be modified to fit any seat.
  • Printed in amazing high definition.

*Please watch our Handy Tips Video before you order

£39.97
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Buddy- Half Body Personalised Cardboard Cutout

Never eat or drink alone with our fantastic Buddy cutouts.

Our Buddy cutouts are printed at High Definition to look truly lifelike.
We use only the finest materials to make our cutouts and everyone carries the unique Celebrity Cutouts Hologram - your assurance of excellence.

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Highlights
    • Made from heavy-duty corrugated cardboard
    • Attached stand on the back
    • Folded for quick storage
    • Easy to unbox
    • Safely packed
    • Free-standing
Assembly Instructions
Setting up your Buddy- Half Body cardboard cutout could not be easier, Just open the box remove the packaging and folder out the standee, once the stand has been locked into place you’re ready to go.
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Step 1Remove Your Cardboard Cutout from its outer sleeve. Make sure that you’ve cleared a space which is free of clutter and large enough for stress free construction!
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Step 2Remove the inner packaging. To avoid any marks or damage to your new cutout, make sure that the floor space is clean and free of debris. Before you open the box!
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Step 3Lay out your cardboard cutout on the floor, face down. Unfold the top and bottom sections of the cutout so it becomes full length.
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Step 4Take Care when Unfolding the vertical stand that runs along the middle of the cutout. This allows the cutout to stand upright.
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Step 5Secure the stand in place by slotting the semi circular disks into place along the spine of the cutout.
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Step 6Voilà! You’re Cardboard cutout is ready for action! Add to any party, wedding, night out, charity event or awards ceremony for an unforgettable night.
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