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To spend £70 on a Christmas downie cover?

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Nospringflower Thu 06-Nov-14 19:57:52

Quite fancy from M&S but think it might be a waste of money grin. Thinking if I got us one and my 3 children similar Christmassy themes (2 with double beds) then I'd be spending hundreds.

Nospringflower Thu 06-Nov-14 19:58:35

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Nospringflower Thu 06-Nov-14 19:58:53


hellohelloididntseeyouthere Thu 06-Nov-14 21:35:10

YABU it's horrible

Fairylea Thu 06-Nov-14 21:39:47

George at asda has nice cheap and cheerful bedding... starts at about a tenner for a double set, washes nicely and is comfy. There's no way I could personally spend over 50 on something just for Christmas for the bed!!

Mrsgrumble Thu 06-Nov-14 21:41:10

I would just get the children one each from somewhere like Matalan. Or even plain linen and buy some Nordic throws

SoonToBeSix Thu 06-Nov-14 21:41:29

Do you mean duvet cover ? Or is this something different?

puntasticusername Thu 06-Nov-14 21:42:38

Christmas duvet covers? Seriously?


Man, I lead such a boring life wink :p

Bearbehind Thu 06-Nov-14 21:43:28

YABVVVU it's vile.

hesterton Thu 06-Nov-14 21:45:12

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WooWooOwl Thu 06-Nov-14 22:17:36

I was really hoping to see some awesome Christmas bedding that I'd end up wanting when I clicked that link. Was even leaning towards YANBU. But no, it's horrible. Really not nice. And you'd be gutted to see the price it will end up at in the sale.

LindyHemming Thu 06-Nov-14 22:18:18

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Cocolepew Thu 06-Nov-14 22:27:50

I liketit but wouldn't pay that much

OraProNobis Thu 06-Nov-14 22:30:47

Lord no! Don't do it! It's awful shock

mysteryfairy Thu 06-Nov-14 22:48:58

There are far cheaper ones all over the place. Not normally a primark fan but DD has a brushed 100% cotton double duvet cover and fitted sheet that cost about £25 in total. Feels quite cosy and is only going to get a few weeks use. Hers is fairly subtle grey Nordic but I think they do some photographic numbers (maybe a stag?) if your taste is in that direction.

fourwoodenchairs Thu 06-Nov-14 22:49:58


o0 Thu 06-Nov-14 22:51:38


Fantastic. That just made me feel 8 again. fgrin

Riverland Thu 06-Nov-14 22:55:37

Just bought the Primark one for DS. Don't know if it will wash well, but it's nice and soft, was pleasantly surprised!

Patrickstarisabadbellend Thu 06-Nov-14 22:58:27

I love it grin

IsItMeOr Thu 06-Nov-14 23:02:20

YANBU - I have it already, waiting for 1 December. I get excited about snow, so love the picture.

5yo DS has a £15 one from Next, which I'm sure he will love. He has ASD, and I'm hoping it might help him with transitions.

Nospringflower Thu 06-Nov-14 23:09:23

Ok ok I get it its horrible! It has good reviews though of being lovely. I try to shop 'ethically' which means no primark - think will just carry on as usual with normal sleep stuff!

IsItMeOr Thu 06-Nov-14 23:31:28

OP, it's lovely if you like it. Of course not everybody is going to like the same thing...

Whippet81 Fri 07-Nov-14 04:08:34

I love it actually. Carry on if you want it. Think I do now.

DomiKatetrix Fri 07-Nov-14 05:00:01

I like it! I'm far too stingy to spend that much though wink

NoArmaniNoPunani Fri 07-Nov-14 05:13:02

H&M have some nice Xmas duvets.

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