Posted on November 19, 2011

Christmas Gift Guide – Tinytown Baby Blanket

Christmas/ Christmas Gift Guide/ gifts

I was recently sent a beautiful baby blanket from Rosy Cheek Cosy to review. Rosy Cheek Cosy is a gorgeous website run by Tessa Lambert who designs and hand makes every product with care and attention to detail, so you will never find another like it. She sells lots of soft & snuggly things for baby – which are just simply gorgeous!

Tinytown baby blanket £22.50

What the website says –

  • multi-use, soft fleecy blankets your baby will adore!
  • Our 100% cotton print is used on the front with soft fleece on the back.
  • Double sided – fluffy and cosy for cold days, 100% cotton for warm days.
  • size: 75 x 75cm (30 x 30 inches)
  • care: Gentle machine wash at 40 degrees, line-dry to softness and warm iron.
  • Made in the UK

What we thought –

The Tinytown baby blanket is beautiful! Simple as that really! Everything about it I just LOVE. It is so soft and snuggly! It looks absolutely gorgeous and is just perfect for my little Bugs who can be seen toddling around the house with it on many occasions ;O)

It is beautifully made, a really lovely thickness and the fleece on the back is so super soft – in fact I need one! I must have one for snuggling under while watching movies in the Winter! I really love the Tinytown design; it is perfect for little boys!

It’s a great size, not cot size but perfect for using in the pushchair on a chilly day or around the house and for daytime naps! It washes really well and although it can be ironed doesn’t really need it. You can also buy this gorgeous tinytown comforter to match! So cute!

Tinytown Snuggly Baby Comforter

A big thumbs up! Thank you Tessa – Bugs & I love it :O)

Sweetpea Baby Blanket

If you are looking for something similar for a little girl then you really must check out the Sweetpea baby blanket! It is simply GORGEOUS!!

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