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Giveaway – Mum Et Moi

| September 15, 2011 | 91 Comments

**This Giveaway is Now Closed**

Aah what a lovely site indeed. Mum et Moi is a wonderful site with lots of wonderful gift and treat ideas – and not just for the little ones, some fabulous gifts for mums too! And this week we have some lovely prizes to be won – there will be two winners!

Firstly, a sample of what is available and then to the prizes!

You may have noticed on some of my photos that I am wearing one of these heart charm bracelets – I love this daily reminder of my children. I was lucky enough that a friend gave me one, with both the children’s names on. And I cherish it!

I also love all the Silicon Moulds - I am one of those poeple that has 10s if not 100s(??) of cookie cutters and I just love cute things in the kitchen.. these moulds are just adorable – from teddy bears, t to stars and hearts to these FABULOUS Halloween moulds – how cool! Sigh. I want!

And don’t get me started on the baking sets – these would certainly make the most adorable gifts.. I LOVE the different baking and pastry set to get young chefs crafty in the kitchen!

Our how about a “classic” old time pedal cars? Choose from aeroplanes, to fire trucks and police cars. Sure to be a long lasting keepsake gift. Adorable! We were actually lucky enough that Red Ted’s Uncle bought him one these fire engines, and I am telling you, it is MUCH MUCH adored!

 

 

TO WIN:

 

One winner will be lucky enough to win thisMobile Doll’s House made from 100% recycled materials. I love that it is recycled, that it is “mobile” (has a handy carry handle) and that it encourages creativity – i.e. your children are encouraged to decorated it. It is cute, fun, functional and crafty.. what more would you want?

A further winner will win this very crafty and fun eco Kidzsack. What I really like about the sack, is that you colour it… wash it… and get to colour it in again! Non of those “oh no, I made a mistake” situations and repeated crafty fun. Perfect.

So… want to win? Here is how:

1) Visit Mum et Moi, check out their range and come back here, telling what gift you would give to a friend or a friend’s child.

You don’t have to, but would love for you to like us Mum et Moi and Red Ted Art on Facebook. And why not stop by at Pinterest too? Go on…

Competition open to the UK only.

Closes on Sunday 25th September 2011.

Winners will be selected and prizes awarded at random.

By entering the competition you agree to go on Mum et Moi’s mailing list.


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  1. I’d buy the Cardboard Palace for a friends daughter

    @littleboo_21

  2. Ashleigh says:

    i would give the ribbon cake pan to my friend – loads of lovely stuff on their website though

  3. I love the castle mould, it would make fab cakes or jellies

  4. victoria wilkinson says:

    I think the money monsters would be a fab present for boy or girl!
    @VictoriaJayne23

  5. the rambling pages says:

    I love the puppet kits both pirate and fairy – which my friends daughter would be in awe of. My son would be in heaven on your website with all the things he could make and colour! I am also considering the fire-engine cardboard toy/sports car and money monster kits as stocking fillers. Love the site.

  6. the rambling pages says:

    Just liked on facebook as well, although not as my blog name x

  7. TheBoyandMe says:

    I actually really like that house or the treehouse.

    Have liked on facebook.

  8. Petia says:

    I really like the cardboard house – I would get that for a friend’s child :)

    Have also liked on Facebook

  9. Pamela says:

    This would be great for my grandaughter

  10. Nikki says:

    Just love the cardboard house.Would buy that for a friends child.Great idea.

  11. Debra Derby says:

    The ice lolly moulds – I know my friends daughter just loves making lollies!

  12. chante williamson says:

    I would buy some of the cooking accessories as my 3 year old daughter has severe food allergies to wheat and egg do we spend a lot of time together cooking food for her.

  13. Marta P says:

    I like the cardboard house

  14. Lorna says:

    I’d give the Pirate Puppet Kit, to a little girl.

  15. diane whale says:

    The Cardboard Palace looks fantastic fun.My grand-daughter would just love it

  16. natalie says:

    Hi
    I would buy the duck toiletries bag and change mt for a friend wo is expecting soon

  17. Zoe G says:

    So hard to choose just one as there is loads but I think it would have to be the palace, what a fun idea, really enjoyable for kids so they can design it and then have fun playing with it afterwards.

  18. Mandy says:

    I would give the mermaid cove

  19. Solange says:

    The cardboard house

  20. Laura A says:

    i love the cardboard palace- what a great idea

  21. SIMONE LEE says:

    I WOULD GIVE THE CARDBOARD PALACE GREAT IDEAS FOR THE LITTLE ONES TO KEEP BUZY LOVE THE TOYS FUL STOP GOOD LUCK TO ALL

  22. Caroline French says:

    I would love the Tiger Puppet Kit to give to a friend but i would probably have to get 2 as my little girl would want one as well!
    Brilliant giveaway…the doll’s house looks great!
    Have also liked Red Ted Art and Mum et Moi on facebook
    frenchcaroline23@gmail.com

  23. Kelly-Marie says:

    I’d love the Cardboard Christmas tree for my daughter’s bedroom…

    (loving your work on Pinterest!!!)

  24. Abigail Davidson says:

    The pink pastry set wold be perfect for our mornings baking biscuits, but really I’m spoiled for choice

  25. abigail Edkins says:

    I would love to give my niece the 3 little pigs set…she loves the story and I would love to make this with her so that we could play…Im a secret fan of any play houses etc…so a great way for us both to have fun and spend some time together x

  26. Helen says:

    The cardboard treehouse is gorgeous, my little boy would love it!!

  27. kim mayhead says:

    I would give my friend the silicone mould set as we both love baking with our daughter’s.

  28. Melissa Hall says:

    I love everything there! Especially the jewellery, this is lovely
    Liberty bracelet with heart.

    I liked the facebook pages too :)

  29. iain says:

    like alot of things but i think the puppet kits would be good

  30. Valerie McCarthy says:

    The Fairy Princess kit would be a great birthday gift for my daughter’s friend

  31. jan says:

    granddaughter would love the house

  32. M Goodwin says:

    I would choose the Fairy house for my niece Daisy :-)

  33. sam sellick says:

    i’d buy the Suzanne Star Pink bracelet to a friends daughter, it’s so sweet.

  34. claire woods says:

    I’d choose the robot kit.

  35. chanceuxvache says:

    I would love to get the St.Line Pink for my niece, it’s gorgeous!! http://www.mumetmoi.com/item/view/BG889

  36. Hannah Beadle says:

    I would get the Baby heart medal personalised bracelet in silver and purple as a little keepsake present for my brand new baby niece Betsie
    I have liked both facebook pages also :)

  37. Arabella B says:

    I absolutely love the Fire Pedal Car but it would be quite an extravagant gift so I would have to say the Mobile Dolls House or a Castle depending on gender as cardboard boxes and a little imagination are just perfect for any child.

  38. Donna kernick says:

    Im in LoVe with it ALL ! but especially the wall stickers Wow the little birds . LoVE <3 and the card board palace is great. I will be getting some christmas presents from your beautiful site . Thankyou love Mum et Amber ( me and my 7 year old ) xxxx

  39. Mel Chambers says:

    I’d definitely get my friend the castle mold – she makes fantastic cakes (and shares them with me, even better!)

  40. gary wilson says:

    i would love the Speedster New Plane as my nephew just loves anything to do with aeroplanes.

  41. Michelle Bruce says:

    I would love the cardboard palace to give to my great niece :)

  42. phyllis ellett says:

    Would love to give the Fairy Princess Kit as a gift

    @phyllgerry

  43. Rach says:

    I’d buy the santa puppet kit, it’s coming round to that time of year again…

  44. karmaperle says:

    Silicone Moulds Set – all kids love baking with Mummy :)

  45. Lorraine R says:

    I would buy the pedal fire truck as my little one would love it.

  46. ann carline says:

    The cardboard Palace is lovely

  47. Kate says:

    I adore the retro pink pedal car. So sweet!

  48. Harpal Kaur says:

    My daughter would love to get this for her birthday gift

  49. Victoria Connolly says:

    The castle mould would be great for my daughters birthday cake!

  50. helena haddock says:

    I love the pirate puppet kit, it would be great for a friends son

  51. FOXGLOVE38 says:

    a lovely xmas gift

  52. Julie says:

    I’d choose the Ballerina Puppet Kit…so cute!

  53. NATALIE BRADLEY says:

    The money monsters would be a great gift

  54. katrina walsh says:

    I know a little girl that would LOVE the fairy princess kit:)

  55. Isil says:

    Oh they have beautiful items. I love the castles,so pretty!

  56. EMMA AITKEN says:

    The Round Medal personalised bracelet is lovely.

    bryonylee@hotmail.co.uk

  57. Nicola Clare says:

    I love the larger cardboard Castle – what a fab prezzie for my friend’s daughter! I wouldn’t normally be able to afford what will end up being a larger sized gift so this is great – plus they build themselves and make it unique with their own decorations – amazing gift idea!! xx

  58. Jayne says:

    I would get the Personal Heart Medal for my daughter. She would love it.

  59. Susie says:

    The cardboard Three Little Pigs is just amazing – hours of fun!

  60. Robyn Clarke says:

    I’d love the Hooded towel, would be great for a pregnant friend

  61. Laura says:

    I love the Jungle car. Would love to afford it for my little nephew

  62. Laura Pritchard says:

    I’d get the Tiger Puppet Kit for my son…although I suspect my cat would want to play with it more!
    @Isis1981uk

  63. Maya Russell says:

    I think the Mermaid Cove is great and would entail hours of creative fun. It’s also not too pricy.
    @maisietoo

  64. Catherine McAlinden says:

    It would be any of the cardboard items, they are fab! Love your pinterest board as well!

  65. Laura Linsey says:

    I love the cardboard palace! It would be perfect for my best friends daughter, my goddaughter.

  66. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Love the recycled pets gift

  67. Hannah Moody says:

    Oh my gosh!!! I’ve never seen anything so amazing and so perfect for my son’s first birthday in Nov! The Speedster New Plane is definitely what I’d buy!

    I’ve liked the pages suggested – they’re fab! Thanks so much!

    I like to Red Ted Art on Facebook on http://on.fb.me/oVtcQC

    Facebook name: Hannah Mdy
    Twitter: @hannahmdy
    Email: hannahmdy17@gmail.com

  68. lorna anderson says:

    the jungle car looks great

  69. DawnLouise says:

    Wow so many great things to pick from!!

    But I think I would settle on Pastry Set pink. I can’t think of anything more fun for a cold Sunday afternoon than to spend time baking with your little darlings :)

  70. mummiafelice says:

    I’d buy this palace for my friends little princess. Isn’t it gorgeous!!http://www.mumetmoi.com/item/birthdays-for-girls/CL102

    Already like you both on Facebook :)

    Thanks for the lovely giveaway xx

  71. Janine Atkin says:

    id buy the castle for my son. he loves castles!

  72. Stacey Gahan says:

    I’d but the Fire Truck pedal car for my nephew, he’d adore that

  73. Rebecca Denyer says:

    I would buy the castle for my son and the heart charm bracelet for my daughter x

  74. Hayley Todd says:

    I would buy the Fairy Princess Puppet Kit for my little niece as she is totally obsessed with Fairies and Princesses at the moment and has just discovered the joys of crafting so her and her mummy would really enjoy making this!

  75. sarah solway says:

    I would buy the hooded towe, for my daughter expecting her first baby.

  76. Joanna Sawka says:

    a cardboard christmas tree to my son.s room

  77. Nicola B says:

    I love the Tanuki wall stickers, they’re so cool and fun. I’d give them to my stepdaughter.

  78. Marian Coburn says:

    I would buy the heart charm bracelet for my best friend, it’s lovely!

  79. Petra says:

    Hello, I would love Mobile Doll’s House for my best friend’s kiddie.

  80. janice taylor says:

    Love the dinosaur baking kit

  81. I love the treehouse or the mermaid cove!!

    Thanks for the opportunity :)

  82. Janice says:

    It would have to be the cardboard house as our daughter would spend hours making it just perfect and many more hours playing with it :-)

  83. Sally Willcock says:

    Silver flower medal – engraved for a friends daughter. Contact @mselts

  84. Stuart Osborne says:

    Heart medal personal for my wife with the names of our two sons engraved on it – she would love it. Contact via email above or @ossiesheep on Twitter.

  85. Jenifer-Mary Pettitt says:

    The cardboard house would be such fun to colour. My little grand-daughter would be thrilled to receive this!!!

  86. Carolina J. says:

    Cardboard palace would certainly be played with!
    @pandcands

  87. Heather says:

    i would give Star medal personalised bracelet to my best friend with her daughters name on it

  88. sue willshee says:

    I really like the Rose Mould in the Silicone bakewear. I’d give this to my best friend, because we bake together often and I’d be able to ‘borrow’ it back at regular intervals :-)

  89. sandie jones says:

    I love the flatpack idea. It is something that I would look into when I teach the children in my class about structures.

  90. Eileen Pritchard says:

    The Fire Truck pedal car would be great for our grandson.

  91. Greg says:

    cardboard house is superb and great fun

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