Win a Dora Play Tent

My
youngest used to be a big fan of Dora when he was tiny but he has moved on to
other interests now but not before he accumulated a pretty big collection of
Dora merchandise! I am sure though I
must have some current Dora fans amongst my followers who will love this latest
prize offering from childrensbedshop.co.uk. As you can see from the picture it will
really finish off a child’s bedroom quite nicely!

I have noticed beds seem more exciting than when I was a
child. Children seem to have more
options, some lucky ones get a slide or these clever play tents included. Bunk beds free up plenty of space and the
tent area can be a good den! Least that
way you would not have to keep bringing out the blankets and the pegs and
coming up with a makeshift version for them. 
It’s just all ready straight away for your child to discover, store toys
in, have adventures and use their imagination (they can play house or pretend
to be in a secret cave, basically whatever they decide!).

The
prize currently worth ยฃ40 (on offer from ยฃ59.95) is covered in lots and lots of
Dora’s; it looks appealing but is very practical too. It can brighten up a room, bring a little happiness and cheer and
when you want a quick fix it can also serve to tidy up their room in a hurry (just
chuck all their belongings inside!).

Getting
my children to bed can always be a little problematic, if they are in the
middle of something they are enjoying they tend to drag their heels very reluctantly but with
the addition of a play tent I might find them heading to bed a bit faster from
now on! Or they would hopefully be
willing to spend more time playing in their rooms instead of getting under my
feet. My two would if they had the castle
cave to explore I am sure…

If
you would like to enter to win the Dora play tent then please complete the rafflecopter below by the 21st
of June.

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155 thoughts on “Win a Dora Play Tent

  1. My girls would have a princess room with all paintings of a castle and princess' on the walls with fairy lights and a gorgeous princess bed with a play house and slide from the top bunk ๐Ÿ™‚ simply magical although im not sure how much sleeping there would be lol!

  2. My eldest son would love a Mario themed bedroom and my younger son Thomas the Tank engine… so if money were no object I'd have to move so they could have a bedroom each! My daughter has a pink and purple love hear themed bedroom at the moment and it would probably be similar to it is now, but bigger! ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  3. My daughter loves anything to do with animals so I would do a wildlife bedroom with large inflatable animals including her favourite animals (giraffes and pandas).

  4. My daughter would be Disney Princess so would have to go the full works with the castle bed etc

  5. My boys' as a dinosaur/space mixture – dinosaurs on Mars !!!
    My girl's as a pink princess room
    That's what they like – I never forced any on them
    (Spencer Broadley)

  6. I would like one wall with a mural :- Disney characters and spring countryside. Furniture light oak and matching. Curtains and bedding Disney characters and matching. A blind which acts like a blackout type blind. So little one can sleep well summer and winter. As sometimes sunshine can make it to bright to sleep :- for an afternoon nap. Disney toys and toybox.

    Rachel Craig

  7. If money was no object I'd get a professional designer to completely redecorate my daughter's room to look like a princesses boudoir.

  8. I would have one wall filled with 19th Century paintings and another with a massive Tree mural, the other two walls would be painted pastel Blue with a few Bird stencils

  9. It would be a Disney Princess theme, with a pink princess carraige as a bed, covered in pink drapes. All the other bedroom furniture would have a different princess on them and then I'd put a large fluffy pink princess rug on the floor x

  10. If money was no object how would you style your child's bedroom?
    as Jake is currently into Pirate Jake it would be a pirate theme

  11. Complete re-do! We have two little girls so would be nice and light but not too pink. Lovely matching child-friendly furniture. Big child-sized work table & chairs for lots of painting, drawing, sticking etc. Loads of storage for toys & games and a nice big bookcase along one wall (at child height). Bean bags. Plain walls with a beach theme/wall stickers/curtains/lights etc. (we love the beach!) I would have half of one wall like a white board with washable pens so they can actually draw on the walls! ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. I would get the kids those fancy beds that have a slide coming off them!!!! The girls would have a pink princess theme and my son really wants an Army Camouflage theme!!!!

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  14. As a pirate ship – rigging to climb up to bed (in the crows nest), sails for curtains (with a telescope peeking through them) and a low level plank to jump from. A few toy sharks dotted around the floor for some added peril and a palm tree bedecked island painted on the far wall.

  15. I don't have any children so I would buy loads of lovely things for boys and girls to be donated to charity.

  16. The main requirement demanded would be pink! I thought about having a laundry chute in the hopes that all the clothes would no longer be on the floor but I guess that I'd have children landing in the laundry basket. So maybe a fairground them with a long slide going out of the wall and round the house and depositing them where their shoes and coats are.

  17. wow, i have so many ideas, it would be girly but with a cabin style bed and wooden features for playtime, a library corner and an art corner for creativitiy!

  18. If Money was no Object I would style my two little boys room all Lego Themed,as they always want to visit LEGOLAND and stay!Cant afford it sadly!My Little princess would have a Disney princess Character Room with a big white Castle bed!(carroll marsh)

  19. My girls (aged 4 & 6) are very tom-boy-ish, and their favourite programme is Dr.Who, so if I could, I would paint their whole room dark blue (Tardis Blue!) and then paint with glow in the dark paint stars & planets, maybe add on some glow in the dark stickers too, and get them some blue carpet to match, and perhaps hang some stars from the ceiling too…I have so many plans for their room! ๐Ÿ™‚ <3

  20. if money was no object and the size of the room was no object I would turn it into a play centre bedroom with ball pits and giant bumpy and tube slides and cargo nets (but I don't think they would sleep too much) but all pink and glittery my girls would love that. Me personally would just love a self cleaning bedroom for them

  21. I would love to turn my kids room into a jungle with trees and grass and loads of animals also I would love to add animal noises around the room.

  22. I would buy my two daughters one of those hand made elaborate tree house style bunk beds and have hand painted pictures on the walls and the sky painted on the ceiling with glow in the dark stars and moon for when the lights go out ๐Ÿ™‚ x

    Natalie Gillham

  23. i saw a disney themed bedroom once on the tv its was beautiful and almost like 3d setting iv always said if i had the money i would do my daughters bedroom like that.

  24. A seaworld theme, dolphins ๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿฌ, fish ๐Ÿ ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿ , octopus ๐Ÿ™ and shells ๐Ÿš๐Ÿš๐Ÿš

  25. i'd have a dream princess room for my little girl, for my little boy i'd have an adventure room and for my big boy he'd love marvels themed would be cool life sized figures! can but dream

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