*Win* A Giant Colour-In Christmas Poster Tablecloth

If you have children and you’ve never tried a colour-in tablecloth, I’m telling you that you NEED one of these in your life. We’ve had a few over the years and they are so good. These are ideal for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day or any time over the festive period really. The whole family can work together to create a master piece.

Eggnogg are currently stocking these fantastic creations on their website for £10. If you are creating a Christmas Eve Box for your children this year this would be an ideal addtion.

This Giant Colour-in Christmas Poster / Tablecloth is a best seller!

Award winning Eggnogg Ltd designs and manufactures quirky colour-in products for children. From best selling paper Fancy Dress to Tablecloths and textile pencil cases and Kit bags.

Colouring in and crafting has proved to be so popular in these strange times, it’s great for mindfulness and something the whole family can do – without screens!

You can see the full range of Giant Colour-in Poster / tablecloths and more at www.eggnogg.co.uk.

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If you fancy purchasing one just enter HOLOFF for £2 off your order at the checkout.

Competition Time

Now, we also have one of these funky tablecloths to give away to one lucky Mummy Fever reader in time for Christmas.

Just enter the widget below to be in with a chance of winning.

UK entrants only – good luck!

*WIN* A Giant Colour-In Christmas Poster Tablecloth


  • Giveaway will run until December 3rd 2020.
  • There is one prize to be won.
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
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    1. Our Christmas tradition is walking around our village in the evening admiring all the Christmas lights and decorations

  1. We decorate the tree while listening to Dr Demento’s Greatest Christmas Novelty Songs. We know all the words to “Grandma got run over by a Reindeer”, “I want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” etc., and sing along enthusiastically (possibly helped by a glass or two of mulled wine).

  2. We usually go to the theatre or pantomime on Christmas eve to see a festive shoW. This year we are going to have a movie night at home instead

  3. Every Xmas Day morning we always go for a walk through the local woods just to get some fresh air before we enjoy the rest of the day

  4. We have to have new pj’s on Christmas eve, and we like to share this tradition by buying as many pairs of kids pj’s as possible and donating them to organisations who get them to the families who need them

  5. Christmas eve would always walk round and look at decorations and then open one gift with hot chocolate

  6. We wrap up the living room door as a giant present for the kids to jump through on Christmas day. As soon as they come down the stairs, they know santa has been 🙂

  7. Playing games with the children after dinner. They are older now but we still have so much fun playing silly games 😀

  8. Slow cooker full of mulled wine, decorating all day. The children have their own little trees in their bedrooms with their personal decorations.

  9. I love buying my son a new decoration (for the tree) each year, when he leaves home he’ll have a box of decorations to decorate his first tree – hopefully he’ll remember all the happy Christmas memories too as he hangs them

  10. We have christmas dinner on christmas eve, then we have a running buffet on christmas day, the kids love it and say its a party. I love it because I can spend the whole day with the kids instead of being in the kitchen

  11. I cut out boot-shaped templated and place them on the floor leading from the chimney to under the xmas tree. Then I shake talcum powder round them so it looks like Santa’s snowy boots.

  12. We always put a carrot out for Ruldolph & a mince Pie & milk for Santa.
    Then my daughter has a stocking first thing in the morning, so she has somethings to play with as soon as she wakes up.

  13. Creating a xmas eve box for our daughter. She opens it before bed, and she also leaves out food for santa and the reigndeers

  14. I put sixpences and threepenny bits into
    my christmas pudding the dates are all of our dates of birth of ourselves and our children !

  15. My favourite thing is watching sentimental Christmas movies with the family in
    our new Christmas PJS under cosy throws, drinking hot chocolate with candles
    burning after filling our tummies with a traditional Christmas Dinner.

  16. On christmas eve we all have to sit down with hot chocolate and watch the snowman. I think the kids do it more to keep me happy now haha

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