My 1st years – Blue and White Star Print Apron

We love baking, painting and generally getting messy so when I was asked if we would like to review an apron from My 1st Years fantastic range of products I said yes straight away.
When the Blue and White Star Print Apron arrived I couldn’t wait to show Maxx. He can now read his name so I knew when I showed him it he would see that it had his name on it. That was the first thing he noticed when I showed him. “That’s my name” he squealed delighted!
The apron arrived in a lovely presentation box which has My 1st Years printed on it and a lovely large white bow in the corner. The apron is fantastic quality and the text was perfect! The apron is of a good length, it reaches Maxx’s shins when he is standing which is great as it covers most of his clothing for when we are painting or baking. You could shorten it by folding it up slightly when tying it if need be.
The Blue And White Star Print Apron is priced at £14 and is well worth the money. You receive your item in a lovely presentation box, the quality of the apron fantastic and it can be personalised for free!
If you have never bought anything that needs personalised don’t panic. Adding a name to the apron is really easy! All you have to do is choose which colour you would like the text to be, then decide if you would like the font to be rounded or handwritten and finally enter your chosen name into the name box. You can use a maximum of 10 characters.

The apron is a must buy for any budding Picasso or Gordon Ramsay, it is fully machine washable so there’s no need to panic if it does get a little dirty! I would highly recommend these aprons if you are looking for something unique for your child or to give as a gift, you will not be disappointed.

You can view the full range of  My 1st Years products on the website. Thee are so many great products your sure to find something you love. You can also keep up to date with the latest news by following My 1st Years on Twitter and Facebook.

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    March 16, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    that is a really cute idea, encourages them to cook and make a mess lol x

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