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Pantone Christmas baubles

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We might be wrong here (it happens every now and then apparently) but we're assuming that your Christmas tree is 50% the cheapest decorations you could find and 50% donations from your mum.

If we are indeed correct, then here's a way to add some instant class to your rapidly wilting attempt at forcing a Christmas spirit.

The Pantone Christmas baubles aim for a minimalist yet bright approach to the season, showcasing some of their boldest colours. They were created by Studio Badini Createam, an Italian design firm, for a store called Seletti.

If you're very quick, you might be able to get some from Firebox just in time for Christmas.

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