We are delighted to announce the launch of our Carpet Creations competition, encouraging parents to celebrate and capture cute pictures of their little ones, at any stage of their daily naptime routine. Whether it’s a carpet, rug or wooden floor, Carpetright is challenging new parents to unleash their creative side and inner kid, by transforming their flooring into the ultimate fantasy scene around their baby – be it outer space, a picturesque beach or a tropical rainforest.
Take a look at the creations our parenting bloggers have created below for inspiration, then share your own Carpet Creation for the chance to win £1,000 to spend in store. Enter on Twitter by tweeting a picture to @Carpetright using #carpetcreations, or post your picture on the Carpetright Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Carpetright
This is Kay, a 27-year-old parenting blogger otherwise known as Mummy B. Based in Norfolk Kay is mum to two young children, Darcie and Henry and married to her childhood sweetheart Jamie. Kay loves to blog about her family life as well as her love for home interiors and beauty products, and frequently posts images of her and her adorable children.
This is Karl, a Yorkshire-man and part time daddy blogger. Karl, a father of two young boys, started his blog because he wanted to discuss fatherhood, family-life and his experiences with other parents, and document the joys of seeing his children grow up. Better known as The Yorkshire Dad, Karl was voted one of the TOP 10 UK Daddy Bloggers in 2014 & 2015.
This is Bex, a parenting blogger and mother of four young children. An award winning blogger, Bex spends her days documenting her adventures with Dylan, Archie, Finn and Cora, who joined the family in June this year. Bex discusses the joys of parenthood, the holidays and trips she takes with her family and her love for children’s fashion.
This is Tom, an award winning daddy blogger and parent of three young children. Tom has been writing Diary of the Dad since 2010 and it’s gone from a small hobby to his full-time job. A proud father, Tom still has the same enthusiasm for his blog as he did when he wrote his first post, and loves to share his joys and experiences of fatherhood with others.