Children's Fashion, Review

What Busby Wore // Design your own PJs from Lala & Bea

lala and bea pjs reviewA few weeks ago we were very kindly sent some Design Your Own Organic Cotton PJs from the gorgeous Lala & Bea. I’ve been waiting for the opportune moment to sit down and make these with Busby, and that (rather rainy) afternoon presented itself last week whilst H-Bear was distracted with a big box of cars!

lala and bea pjs review

The neutral light grey pyjamas are long-sleeved, and are made from 100% organic cotton, which means they’re super soft. The pyjamas come in a small cotton tote bag, adorned with bright yellow stars.

The set also includes a pack of neon Dylon fabric pens to decorate, and stencils to encourage your inspiration.

lala and bea pjs review

Busby and I had a lovely time decorating the pyjamas. I did most of the actual drawing as we both found the fabric pens quite difficult to use on the fabric as you have to hold it rather taut, but Busby advised on what she would like and where!

lala and bea pjs review

Sadly the fabric is a bit too thick to see the stencils through properly, so we made up our own designs! Busby absolutely loves them!

lala and bea pjs review

It was a really fun activity to do together, and I love that she’s got something to wear at the end to document our Mama and Busby time.

lala and bea pjs review

Once finished, iron to seal the drawings, et voila!

lala and bea pjs review

lala and bea pjs review

The pyjamas would make a wonderful gift for any creative little person, although I do think Busby is a bit too little to do this activity independently, so I’d recommend more for age 5 years+.

The Design Your Own Organic Cotton PJs from Lala & Bea cost £34, and are available to buy on the Lala & Bea website.

Hannah

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8 Comments

  1. @goriami

    10th August 2016 at 8:48 am

    They look fantastic, wondering if they do grown up sizes now?! 🙂
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  2. Helen

    12th August 2016 at 7:34 am

    These are brilliant and the fact that you can design them yourself is so lovely. A fun activity and the perfect way to have completely unique clothes 🙂 #FunkyKidFriday

    Helen x

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  3. Baby Isabella

    12th August 2016 at 8:59 pm

    Busby’s PJs are amazing! We’ve tried skincare from Lala & Be a but never realised they did clothing as well 🙂 Thanks for hosting #FunkyKidFriday xx

  4. Angela at Daysinbed

    12th August 2016 at 10:09 pm

    The photos are adorable and i love the pj’s. That is something my daughter would just love to design her own pjs. Very cool. Nice bright colours too!
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  5. karen

    12th August 2016 at 10:12 pm

    What a fantastic idea. Love the pattern you’ve done around the wrists and those knees, just adorable. Do they come in different colours? We are not really a grey family but love this idea x
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  6. Yvadney @ Style After Nine

    13th August 2016 at 10:36 am

    I really like these. It’s such a great idea. MG likes to use fabric pens on his vests. Beautiful photography, love that unicorn cushion. Thanks for hosting #FunkyKidFriday Yvadney x
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  7. Emma Plus Three

    14th August 2016 at 9:59 am

    Ah what a fab idea! My kids would love to do this x #funkykidfriday

  8. Sabrina @ The Mummy Stylist

    16th August 2016 at 10:53 am

    Wow that is such a cool idea to decorate your own pjs! I think I’d do it myself, I love colouring it. Especially with neon colours! Xx
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