GIVEAWAY - Four in the Bed Jimmy Jams!

Hip, hip, hooray for giveaway day! This morning I awoke to a crisp Autumn morning with frosty fingers and toes, and that familiar chill in the air that conjures up pictures of cuddly evenings and hot chocolates. Oh boy, do I love this time of year! With that in mind, today I’d like to welcome Ellie from Four in the Bed who has stopped by to giveaway some winter PJs!

Four in the Bed Children's Winter Pyjamas & Nighties

Ellie began designing her β€œeasy to wear – easy care” children’s sleepwear label, Four in the Bed, in 2010 from a spare bedroom in her home in rural NSW. Since then the label has grown into a complete collection of pyjamas, nighties, cuddly robes and slippers. For the girls this season, you’ll find pretty-in-pink gingham and fabulous florals. For the boys, it’s all about bold navy and red robes, and navy or stone gingham flannels.

Four in the Bed pyjamas and nighties are made from 100% cotton fabrics with naturally soft textures and sweet prints. The collection caters for kids from 2 – 10 and is priced from $24.95.

Four in the Bed Children's Winter Pyjamas & Nighties

Four in the Bed Children's Winter Pyjamas & Nighties

Congratulations to our winner, Jill-Anne!

Competition - Giveaway - WinNow that you’ve fallen in love with your favourite pair of cuddly PJs, how would you like to win a set? One lucky winner will receive their choice pyjamas from either the Georgia or Max ranges and a co-coordinating Super Soft Fleecy Robe (value $89.90). To enter, visit Four in the Bed and tell us in the comments section below which item is your favourite and why. Open to Australia and New Zealand. Winner drawn on 19 April, 2012.

Bonus PrizeAre you super keen to win our Four in the Bed prize? You can score an extra entry into the prize draw by sharing this competition on your blog, twitter or facebook page. Please leave a separate comment for each so your extra entries can be counted.

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