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hermioneweasley Sun 13-Oct-13 15:38:59

Just bought throws/blankets for everyone's beds (instead of Xmas duvets). Very excited. Lots of Nordic styles on eBay.

sonlypuppyfat Sun 13-Oct-13 15:43:16

They sound nice are you going to just put them on in December a bit of a Christmas tradition

hermioneweasley Sun 13-Oct-13 16:12:36

Yes sonly, I was thinking from 1st Dec

sonlypuppyfat Sun 13-Oct-13 16:16:14

Sounds lovely.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 13-Oct-13 16:21:28


We have the grey Nordic duvet set (online) and a Primark flannel white with tiny blur reindeer sheet and pillowcase set.
(DH didn't like the dark blue set and red wouldn't go in our room)
We bought a KS bed in January.
DD has our old double bed and my warm (but not Christmassy) microfibre plum duvet and sheet set .
The DC have Christmas fleece throws (bought when they were preschool age)

My bedding will go on Dec 1st I reckon.

tory79 Sun 13-Oct-13 16:23:55

Any links please smile

tanya1312 Sun 13-Oct-13 16:31:40

Dunelms do some lovely fleece covers. I brought them last year for my 2 dd's and grandson .

I also got my eye on the grey nordic style ones from b&m for front room

chimchar Sun 13-Oct-13 16:33:37

I just bought this yesterday because I couldn't resist! Didn't think about putting them on the beds. Lovely idea!

There were lots in Dunelm. Really soft and cosy microfibre type fleece.

FriskyHenderson Sun 13-Oct-13 16:39:05

Can we have some ebay links please?

hermioneweasley Sun 13-Oct-13 16:42:55

The gingerbread man thrown from Dunelm is gorgeous!

I just searched for Christmas blankets on eBay uk

hermioneweasley Sun 13-Oct-13 16:52:25

Scrap mine, the Dunelm stuff is lovely. Got a basketful!

chimchar Sun 13-Oct-13 17:31:19

glad you like! grin


70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 16-Oct-13 15:29:27

Today I just happened to swing into Dunelm Mill........
and got 2 fleeces (holly and gingerbread man)
2 gingerbread man cushions for my pooh brown sofa
and a doormat grin

Told the lady at the checkout is was 70 days (I'm sure she was thrilled ) probably thought I was a bit weird thlwink

girlywhirly Wed 16-Oct-13 15:56:49

Ah, but Dunelm always sell out really quickly of the fleece blankets, so you have to get them soon! We have two gingerbread man ones on a couple of chairs by the patio window which the cat likes to sleep on and spread black hairs all over.

I must look at the cushions.....

WaitMonkey Wed 16-Oct-13 16:05:23

Sob ! That stupid shop don't home deliver those amazing blankets and I don't live near a shop. Not fair. sad

frosty21 Wed 16-Oct-13 16:07:10

Are the Dunelm mill gingerbread blankets microfibre fleece?

girlywhirly Wed 16-Oct-13 16:16:50

They're not the furry pile sort of fleece, but they're very cute and not expensive. Chimchar thinks they are microfibre.

Waitmonkey, do you have any rellies who live near a Dunelm who could post you some?

frosty21 Wed 16-Oct-13 16:20:34

Ah eau de toilette make sense! Was very confused for a minute there grin

Begging again for a ELC birthday code if anyone has then? Pretty please grin

frosty21 Wed 16-Oct-13 16:21:38

Wrong thread blush

Thanks girly - I'll think I'll pop down and look!

Penguinbeaver Wed 16-Oct-13 16:26:20

Got lovely red Nordic ones in matalan yesterday were in a 3for 2 offer at £5 each and then had the 20%off voucher too, they are lovely and soft. Worked out at about £2.67 each!! grin

SallyBear Wed 16-Oct-13 18:08:04

Ooooh. I always put on Santa duvets for the DC, but this year I want to get some Christmassy bedding for us, so I will pop into Dunelm and have a look!

wornoutbutstillwonderful Wed 16-Oct-13 18:15:57

Can I ask penguinbear which atalan voucher?

FriskyHenderson Wed 16-Oct-13 21:10:27

I can't find the matalan blanket on the website. It's a 25mminute drive to the nearest one... is it worth going on the off chance?

NaturalBlondeYeahRight Wed 16-Oct-13 22:03:09

Got a dunelm one the other day. It's nice but doesn't cover a whole single bed. Kind of up to the pillow iykwim.
Love my primark Xmas bedding - flannelette=cosy

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