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A Christmas bedspread? Have I taken it too far now?

(7 Posts)
pissedrightoff Thu 22-Sep-11 12:26:52

Or is anyone else doing this?

Have purchased this last night, I will only come out at Christmas

A step too far? Tell me I'm not the only one.

YouWinOrYouDie Thu 22-Sep-11 13:27:04

That's lovely. Gorgeous colour but perhaps a bit too subtle.

I have this one.

zaphod Thu 22-Sep-11 13:35:11

Damn!!!! I want one of those now.envy

pissedrightoff Thu 22-Sep-11 13:43:09

You can pay them over 4 months zaphod

Youwin I would have that but DH's protests would be heard across the land

Am thinking some fairy lights draped across the headboard should add to the 'Christmassyness'

zaphod Thu 22-Sep-11 13:50:59

Like the fairy lights idea....maybe I can crochet a red throw with a green Christmas tree for the the kids would want one too.

girlywhirly Thu 22-Sep-11 15:52:11

Dunelm Mill had some fleece Christmas throws last year, but I think they were only single bed size or smaller. Would do for kids beds though.

I once wound a fake ivy garland around our headboard because I'd seen it done in a Christmas magazine; their bed was iron and ours is wooden. DH said he didn't mind because he would be asleep and not looking at it! Now we have a new cat it would just get picked apart so no point.

LordOfTheFlies Thu 22-Sep-11 18:41:52

My DC have fleecy throws from Lakeland Limited, and they come out every year.
DD has a Teddy Bear festive one, DS had Father Christmas climbing down the chimney and we have another FC fleece for the sofa.

Not a step too far at all.

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