They say no two children are the same. That couldn’t be truer than with Evie and Amelia!
Evie is a pink princess who loves nothing more than dolls, princesses, glitter and pink unicorns…Amelia on the other hand is a dinosaur fan who revels in footballs, cars and everything blue!
When we were offered the chance to review bedding from Dreamtex I knew the best thing to do would be to let the girls choose their own. As I thought Evie headed straight for the pinks, her choice being the L.O.L Surprise duvet and Amelia opted for Bing, (a bunny from Cbeebies)
The duvets are standard single size and fit perfectly on the girls bunk beds. The good thing is with bunk beds it doesn’t matter if they are different as you don’t really notice the top one. Once you have covered them with the amount of fluffy teddies and toys the girls have too they are almost unrecognisable anyway. Are your kids the same, whereby you have to remove a multitude of toys before the kid can fit in?
Dreamtex are a boutique licensee who offer licensed merchandise and are consistently top of their field in giving first class service to the market. Having developed excellent working relationships with major entertainment companies they are able to offer many exclusive ranges.
The bedding is super soft and washes well, Amelia has been unwell a lot lately so a little sweaty and uncomfortable on a night. Her bedding has been through the wash more times than I care to think about lately and it is softer with each wash.
With brands like Call of Duty, JCB and Little Mix there really is something for everyone.
Prices start from £20 and are available from lots of retailers including Smyths, Argos, B&M, Asda and Primark.
For those who prefer a more traditional home-like experience when on vacation, a timeshare can make sense. If you’ve gotten many years of good use out of your timeshare and now want to get rid of it, a timeshare cancellation company like Timeshare Freedom Group or Lonestar transfer may be able to help.