Win a Colour-Me Reversible Apron from Triplo Tique

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Triplo Tique was set up by two mums who were inspired by three very active, energetic and never stopping kids. Their motivation was to look for unusual ways to keep their children occupied, interested and creative, especially on those rainy and miserable days when staying indoors.

Today Triplo Tique is a small but very creative and ambitious team working to present exclusive and luxury textile products to the UK market. All new products get tested by their own kids before they are presented to the public. Have a look at their eye-catching and innovative colour-me products for kids such as Colour-me Bedding

Double sided colour-me blankets, quilts and playmats using custom designed fabrics for both boys and girls.

Double sided Blanket/playmat fro Triplo Tique 10676266_803888653001875_3572947527031059614_n

Also in the range are gorgeous Colour-me aprons and drawstring bags which would definitely stand out as your child’s at Nursery or School.

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Drawstring bags from Triplo Tique       10802006_810545779002829_1202856985159119057_n       Drawstring Bags from Triplo Tique

Colour-me Apron from Triplo Tique       SI855397

All of Triplo Tique products are made from 100% eco-friendly cotton that is certified according to OEKO-TEX Standard 100, CE.They also offer hemp and bamboo products for babies and kids ranging from nappies, clothing, bathrobes, towels, blankets and bedding along with colourful fabric blankets, quilts, scarves and go-swaddle baby blankets. For the full range and updates on new products you can visit them on Facebookand Ebay as well as following them on Pinterest and Google + or email your chance to Win a Reversible Colour-me Apron fill in the form over on our Blog. 

Good luck x 

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