STAR CUTOUTS CS619 Taylor Celebrity Star Icon Swift Lifesize Cardboard Cutout Perfect & CS836 Harry Singer Songwriter Cardboard Cutout with Free Mini Standee Perfect for Birthdays
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Travis Kelce showed up to Taylor Swift 'snew concert movie, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour . The cardboard cutout version of Kelce, that is.
As one of the most influential and celebrated artists of our time, Taylor Swift's presence is undeniably iconic. By owning a lifesize cardboard cutout, you not only pay tribute to her extraordinary talent but also obtain a unique collectible item. Capture the essence of Taylor Swift's mesmerising stage presence and bring it right into your own home with our stunning lifesize cardboard cutout. Standing tall at an impressive 180cm and measuring 54cm wide, this beautifully crafted tribute to the beloved pop icon is a true collector's item and an absolute must for any die-hard Swiftie. Manchester's iconic Taylor Swift cut-out, which became a familiar sight for commuters on the Metrolink, has been joined by a new cardboard Taylor.The cardboard figure has been a fond and familiar sight to thousands travelling through Cornbrook on the Metrolink for six years, but its future was thrown into jeopardy last year when the tenant of the apartment, comedian Red Redmond, announced they were moving to Sheffield. Independence Day is a time to gather with friends and family, proudly displaying your patriotism and celebrating the spirit of freedom. If you're planning an... Read Article Hey rugby fans and party enthusiasts! The excitement is building up as the Rugby World Cup 2023 is just around the corner. What better way to show your suppo... Read Article
Not only is Tram Taylor now being sold off to the highest bidder in an auction - she has now been joined by another cut-out elsewhere in the city.
Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections—they may also appear in recommendations and other places. We have added a clause to our tenancy agreement that insists Tram Taylor must stay remain on display which our new tenant has graciously accepted. So Manchester gets to keep an icon and we can raise money for a good cause. Everybody wins.