Peter Rabbit Travel Bundle thanks to Rainbow Designs

March 13, 2014 Off By Laura TMOT
I love traditional stories and the Beatrix Potter tales have to be one of my favourites. To coincide with Rainbow Designs launch of their new Peter Rabbit range (available at John Lewis and independent retailers) I am giving away a set of three fabulous Peter Rabbit travel toys. 

The winner will receive:

Peter Rabbit Attachable Toy
Buggy Book
Peter or Flopsy bean rattle
Not only do you have the chance to enter my prize draw to win these prizes but you can also head over to My Life, My son, My Way to win a Peter Rabbit Toddler Bundle and over to Mum of One to win a Peter Rabbit Nursery Bundle. I have to say I have fallen in love with those book ends in the Nursery bundle and the pull along in the toddler bundle is super cute too!

To enter this prize draw just fill in the rafflecopter form below.
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Prize specifications are as detailed in the post above. colours may vary. Only one prize supplied.
The prizedraw is open from 00:01am 13/03/2014 till midnight on 19/3/2014 GMT
Entrants must be 18 years and over and residents on the UK.
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