Disney Frozen Play Tent Giveaway

Disney’s Frozen continues to be a big hit with young girls, my daughter for one is a fan and I’m forever hearing the words to ‘Let it Go’ being sung around the house.  One thing I’m sure any little Frozen fan would love to play in is the Disney Frozen Play Tent from World’s Apart.

Frozen tentSuitable from ages 2+, the tent simply pops up and some poles are simply inserted and it’s ready for play.  With an opening door, I can imagine children loving to hide in here or use it for plenty of imaginative play.

If you’d like to win a Disney Frozen Play Tent, then simply fill in the Gleam form below:

Frozen tent

262 thoughts on “Disney Frozen Play Tent Giveaway

  1. I love A Christmas carol – maybe it is because I am fascinated with ghosts? I watch all the versions over Christmas! It is a lovely story!

  2. Miracle on 34th street -because i am a foster mummy and sometimes i have to put the magic back In Christmas for the Children

  3. A Christmas Carol always wins for me. It reminds me of my childhood when we would all watch it but now I still enjoy it. Great Actors, great storyline with a great lesson in it,i do enjoy all the Christmas Comedies but this classic pulls the Christmas Sprirt outta me. Merry Christmas all!. Dxx

  4. We love Santa Claus the Movie. It’s a tradition for me. I watched it every year on the twelfth day of Christmas, and now so does our little girl – we know that’s the time to start getting excited! It’s an old fashioned Santa-fest with a lovely festive, fun storyline and perfect for all ages.

  5. The Snowman – reminds me of my childhood. I watched it with my daughter the other day and when they were flying she said “this song is magical”…she’s 3…melts my heart 🙂

  6. Its A Wonderful Life, it is just reminiscent of days gone by and I cry everytime. Remember ”Every time a bell rings and Angel gets its wings” !

  7. I love the both Polar Express because hubby and I sometimes take our little on a local train ride. I find the film magical and love it. Another film I love is A christmas story because it reminds me of my family back in Ohio, USA.

  8. It has to be Disney’s Santa Who? because it brings the family together and shows that you should believe in Santa and it passes the Christmas spirit through the entire house! 🙂 A great film to watch on Christmas Day! I recommend it 100% 🙂

  9. Miracle on 34th Street, its a traditional christmas film that i love and i know when i watch it, it will bring back memories of watching it at christmas as a child and crying as i thought it was so sad. It always signals the start of the christmas season for me

  10. There are so many possibilities. The Muppets Christmas Carol is one of the best versions of that classic story. I’m always surprised how authentic they made it.

  11. I love The Wizard of Oz because it was always shown at Christmas when I was a child and every year the whole family would sit down and watch it.

  12. Miracle on 34th Street, its just a perfect weepy, guaranteed happy ending perfect movie for sunday afternoons leading up to crimbo!!!!

  13. Santa Claus: The Movie – Watched it every christmas eve growing up, had to buy the DVD when they stopped showing it on tv on christmas eve to continue the tradition!

  14. I love National Lampoon’s Xmas Vacation – reminds me of the mishaps my family had when we were growing up, including forgetting to even buy the veg!! We had turkey/stuffing and baked beans!!

  15. Its got to be The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, going through a wardrobe a wonderland out of sight! to see the snow glistening, windows Cold as cold could be, the snow queen in all of her glory, snow covered landscapes very bright, streams not flowing covered in ice, and no passing of time.

  16. Jingle all the way, so funny they way they fight over the turbo man toys, because it’s exactly the same with the Frozen toys now!

  17. I love ‘A Christmas Carol’ because I feel so sorry for Ebenezer Scrooge as a child who was mistreated by his father at Christmas…and I love all things Charles Dickens!

  18. How The Grinch Stole Christmas, I love Jim Carrey and one of my favourite movie quotes of all time is 1) He puzzled and puzzed till his puzzler was sore, then he thought of something he hadn’t before. 2)Maybe Christmas doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more.

  19. Muppets Christmas carol, it’s my favourite film at this time of the year as I’ve watched it every year since being little xx

  20. Got to be….. Santa Claus the Movie. I watch it every year. I just to watch it when I was little and now I watch it with my children

  21. Christmas with the Kranks because it’s all about family but very funny too and there’s nothing like a comedy at Christmas x

  22. santa claus the movie, especially when the boy gets the can of coke and roast dinner left out for him by the little girl x

  23. The Santa Clause, because it was both of my childrens favourite film and they both thought when they were very little that Tim Allen really was Father Christmas! Had a bit of explaining to do when they re-ran Home Improvement on tv lol

  24. Not strictly a christmas film but has a great song in it – Have yourself a merry little christmas in meet me in st louis

  25. Scrooge-a Christmas Carol made in 1951. I watch it every year it reminds me of my happy childhood days watching Christmas films, and I love Alistair Sim. Pleased to say it’s on again this year!

  26. Miracle on 34th street is by far my fav I always wished to see a santa like the santa in the film. His the kind of santa everyone imagines him to be.

  27. The Santa Clause. I always watched it with my family every Christmas Eve as a young girl and it really built the excitement up for Father Christmas coming. I’ve carried on this tradition with my own children now and will carry it on for years to come!

  28. Muppet Christmas Carol. I love the story of Scrooge, and I love the Muppets 🙂 A brilliant combination that makes for a wonderful movie, my kids and I watch it almost daily on the run up to xmas 🙂 x

  29. Home Alone, me and my brother always used to sit and watch it together every Christmas. I still have to watch it every year to get into the Christmas spirit.

  30. Mickeys Christmas carol, fell in love with this disney version when I was a child and its tradition to watch it every christmas eve now, must have gone through several tapes of it as a few years had to watch it every day.

  31. Deck the halls…… it has to be one of the funniest films about christmas, the thing is there is a bit of Buddy Hall in all of us 😉

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