Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Christmas Giveaway: The Grinch Duvet Set And Cushion - Sent by Dreamtex

Dr Seuss' most famous Christmas grump is available on Duvet Covers and Cushions this Winter thanks to Dreamtex and ASDA, and they've sent us a set to review - plus they are giving a set away to one of my readers. Available in Single and Double sized Duvet Sets perfect for your child's bedroom. The Grinch is the perfect Christmas decoration for your room.

Bedtime with The Grinch! Duvet Set And Cushion - Sent by Dreamtex

I'm a big fan of Dreamtex bedding because their duvet covers have wide openings for easy changing, reliable popper fastenings and the material is soft and easy to care for. The poly/cotton can be washed hot if necessary and tumble dried.

THe Grinch duvet cover at ASDA seams and poppers wide opening

The printing is spot on, clear and bright, and the illustrations are lovely. The duvet cover is completely filled with happy little Whoville children, and the nice Mr Grinch...

THe Grinch duvet cover at ASDA lots of smiling child Whoville whovians

For anyone who doesn't remember the story, The Grinch had a hard life. He didn't look like everyone else and children were incredibly mean to him. So were adults. He became very bitter and shunned company.

Dreamtex The Grinch Bedding illustration collage showing whovians

By the time he had grown up, The Grinch's heart was 2 sizes too small and he was so eaten up by anger that he plotted to steal away the Whovian's Christmas. He snuck into all of their houses and took everything - presents, decorations, food.


A young girl who had shown him kindness made him realise all was not lost. It was nicer to be kind than to be cruel. The Grinch returned Christmas and, well, in Whoville they say – that the Grinch's small heart grew three sizes that day.

The Grinch Dr Seuss Duvet Cover set on double bed

The cushion is made from a hardwearing canvas type material, but still Polyester, so you can sponge it down if there's a spill. 35cm by 35cm, it's a good size and very deep, so it really is a very cushiony  cushion... and it looks awesome...


The designs are exclusive to George at Asda instore and online - The Grinch Double Duvet Set with 2 Pillowcases is £22  / Single Duvet with 1 Pillowcase £17. The Grinch Double-Sided Cushion is £7.

Dreamtex have kindly offered a Grinch Duvet set (in Single or Double) and Grinch Cushion for one of my readers. Entry is by the Gleam form below. If you are new to Gleam forms then you can find a 'how-to' here. To see my other live giveaways, please go to my Giveaways Page..

No entries are mandatory and your details will ONLY be used to administrate this giveaway, then they are deleted. Full terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form. Open to UK entrants only, the giveaway will end at midnight Sunday 1st December for Christmas delivery.

Dreamtex The Grinch Duvet Set and Cushion Giveaway

Prices and availability correct at time of typing. We were sent our duvet set and cushion for review.

71 comments:

  1. To my son - it is his favourite Christmas movie and he watches it every single Christmas!

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  2. I would give him a Whoopee cushion to make him laugh.

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  3. I would give him a present for his dog as that could be the way to his heart

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  4. I would give him a baby as I think if he was a dad it wold bring out his nurturing side

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  5. I would give him a hug to cheer him up!

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  6. I'd give him a supply of hot chocolate and a cosy blanket to help warm his heart.

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  7. I would give him a cuddly teddy to make him feel loved

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  8. I would give him a place at the table, so he felt part of it all.

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  9. I'd give him a day with our family! That would definitely put a smile on his face!

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  10. i would give him a mince pie and say merry christmas

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  11. I would give him a box of chocolates as who doesn't love chocolate

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  12. Margaret Clarkson
    A invitation to join us for our celebrations as he needs interaction with others.

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  13. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity

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  14. A place at the bar next to me so we could Grinch about Christmas together!

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  15. My 7 year old "I would give The Grinch fruit because he needs to eat healthy"

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  16. My son’s favourite film is the Grinch. We’re moving house soon and he’s anxious as he’s autistic and a duvet of the grinch would make him calmer

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  17. A slice of my home made Christmas cake, he would love it!

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  18. a nintendo switch because its something i could play with my family and make it a family game night x

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  19. I’d give him a kitten because a kitten softens even the meanest and hardest people

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  20. I would give him a gift for his dog!

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  21. A smile for his face to cheer him up

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  22. I love The Grinch so much! 🥰
    Dr seuss is amazing, I love reading them with Taylor x

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  23. We LOVE The Grinch. We'll be watching the Christmas Special at Universal Studios this Christmas and I can't wait. As a gift, I would give the Grinch a box of Halloween decorations, because I have a feeling he would prefer Halloween to Christmas!

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  24. I.would give him a fishing rod so he could take some time away from it all

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  25. Robert Mark Ward31 October 2019 at 10:49

    A packet of humbugs, bah!

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  26. My daughter faith would love this, she's a real Christmas fan, she loves watching the grinch

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  27. i would give him a box of my homemade mince pies they would put a smile on his face

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  28. I'd give him xmas jumper and slippers, it's cold on mount crumpet

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  29. A game of Twister as it would cheer him up!

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  30. A cosy,warm jacket to keep his chest warm when his heart starts feeling again.

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  31. Definitely chocolate - he needs cheering up with all those wonderful tasty calories! xx

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  32. I would give him a hug nice and cheap and he looks super soft lol

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  33. I'd give him a hug and some quality time, plus some keepsakes and a teddy to make him feel appreciated and loved.

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  34. A piece of coal think that's what he deserves and wouldn't have to spend any money on it

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  35. I believe the way to the Grinch's heart is through his dog so I would give him a very big, juicy bone :)

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  36. I would give him hot chocolate and marshmallows to warm his heart

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  37. Definitely a hug, or failing that a glass of fizz, i know i enjoy bith, especially at Christmas.

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  38. To my little girl as its her favourite christmas film xx

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  39. I would give him some chocolate so he would be my best friend

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  40. A lovely box of chocolates to see if they make him sweeter!!

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  41. I would make him a christmas cake and give him that, then he could cheer himself up with tea and cake

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  42. I would give him a holiday to escape Christmas

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  43. I'd give him a seat at our table, it shows that we care, that we want to include him and give him our time... Plus my dad's roast potatoes would definitely win him round!

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  44. i would give him a book, the best thing to do when you're alone and antisocial lol x

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  45. I would give him a Christmas dinner, because my husband says it is his favourite meal all year, so that should be enough to make Mr Grinchy smile

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  46. The gift of a Spa day, so he can feel loved , pampered and relaxed!

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  47. A Lumie SAD light to try & help with his moods.

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  48. I would buy him a facial, the man has wrinkles! He needs to get them smoothed out a bit and a facial is relaxing!

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  49. I would give The Grinch a surprise beach holiday to cheer him up.

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  50. The gift of a hug because he just looks like he needs some love

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  51. A hug followed by tea and cake, then he'd see that it doesn't take much to make someone feel loved and happy

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  52. my son would love this for his xmas bedding

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  53. A electric blanket and because he live on Snowy mountain with his dog and this will warm them up.

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  54. Would give Grinch a personalsed jar of Humbugs

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  55. I would give the Grinch some hair trimmers.

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  56. I'd give him a shaver his awfully hairy!

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  57. A coffee machine. It's obvious that he's missing coffee in his life.

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  58. mince pies and a nice warm glass of gluhwine

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  59. Charlotte Cauldwell12 November 2019 at 06:26

    Gift of love

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  60. Some fancy clothes, so he can have a different look now and again

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  61. I would give the Grinch a rotten onion because he loves them!

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  62. I would give the Grinch a cuddle a day for a year. Just to see if it made him any kinder. Fingers crossed it would.

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  63. I would give him a giggling Santa toy that goes off with movement so even if he got annoyed with it and threw it it would still go off and you can't help but laugh when others do

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  64. I'd give him my company, to talk and laugh together.

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  65. I’d give him memories of a happier childhood

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  66. I would get some treats for Max the dog and he would have to give them to him.

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