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02 September 2013

Personalised Pregnancy *Giveaway*





I'm always happy to help out a local business and Personalised Pregnancy is the new sister website for MumStuff, based in my home county of Northamptonshire.

They provide a lovely variety of gifts for mums and dads-to-be including soft toys, t-shirts and even goodies to throw the perfect baby shower!



I remember how tiring being heavily pregnant can be and how a new baby can be very draining, so when visitors turn up unexpectedly it can leave you feeling completely exhausted! This double sided personalised solid door hanger is a great way to let people know you need some peace and quiet so you can pop your feet up without the risk of being disturbed. 

Made from thick plastic it will last in any weather and it can be personalised with 10 characters - a thoughtful yet affordable gift.








Your scan pictures are so precious but being printed on paper they can easily become damaged or lost. Having a personalised photo panel, created on wood with a gloss finish, allows you to display your picture off proudly all of the time without worrying about it get torn! 

You can also have personalised text added with the details about the baby as a lovely keepsake of your pregnancy.






*** WIN ***

For your chance to win a personalised door hanger and personalised photo panel you can enter via the Rafflecopter entry form below.

The giveaway closes on 30th September 2013

Good luck!


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43 comments

  1. A kind relative to prepare and cook the evening meal for the first month.

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  2. Following via GFC - kasza

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  3. BUY HER SOMETHING TO MAKE HER FEEL FEMININE AND NOT FAT AND FRUMPY LIKE SOME NICE PERFUME

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  4. A spa day to pamper herself and make her self feel beautiful

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  5. Any thing that truely reminds you of you. Cup of tea and a good magazine.

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  6. Followed you on bloglovin!

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  7. Hi, i'm following on Bloglovin as Stephanie Tsang, on Networked Blogs and Pinterest as Stephanie Cheung-Tsang

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  8. A perfect gift would be getting treated to a haircut and a nice afternoon tea :)

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  9. A foot spa and a personal chef

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  10. a dvd of the growing life inside :)

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  11. a massage and a manicure :)

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  12. i followed as charlotte clark on networked blogs and charlottesusanne1993@gmail.com via email

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  13. A weeks worth of iorning

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  14. doing housework

    already follow on gfc hotrod mum

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  15. im already following :)

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  16. help out with the washing and housework

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  17. a willing capable babysitter

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  18. some really special toiletries and choccys

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  19. I I had terrible morning sickness and would have loved help around the house. Offer to Babysit for your friend and her hubby after the baby is born. A voucher for baby or mum.

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  20. Ready prepared meals

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  21. help with household chores & baby sitting

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  22. a pamper day for an expecting mother

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  23. A massage I would of loved one when I was pregnant

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  24. followeing, i think a hamper of bath/body goodies, some wipes/nappies for baby and some chocolate :)

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  25. Bubble Bath

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  26. Following on Bloglovin kar26 and email

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  27. Scented candles to help you relax before baby is born.

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  28. I think the best gift if your time. A friend to come over, wash some dishes, do some laundry and make tea, that's the best gift a new mum needs :)

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  29. Relax time and some pampering x

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  30. A set of maternity t-shirts showing a baby scan at different stages - one for 3 months, 5 months, 7 months & about to pop!

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  31. A comfortable pregnancy pillow for those restless nights!!

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  32. I love the door hanger, great idea. I think a relaxing soothing eye mask would be good for those tired burning eyes. It'll also cut out the light for daytime naps

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  33. Follow with Bloglovin' Kirsten Murphy

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  34. Following via networked blogs

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