Lockdown Memories Print Review

Lockdown Memories Print Review & Giveaway


Well what a year it has been so far! Lockdown had a major impact on everyone’s life, and hopefully is a unique experience that we won’t face again. (We have everything crossed!) I am very sentimental and even though this was (and still is) a difficult time, I still wanted to record it as a memory, and remember the positives of our time during lockdown…..

Lockdown Memories Print Review

Cwtch Me Designs, owned by Anne Meredith, is a graphic design business with Anne creating all the graphics and products from scratch. She launched her range of Lockdown Memories Prints during lockdown, and they are the perfect way to capture memories of this time.

I chose a gorgeous rainbow graphic – designed by Anne, as it represents in so many ways this time in our lives. Anne asked for a range of words and phrases that epitomised lockdown to me – about my family, our activities, our thoughts – I could send over whatever I wanted.

Lockdown Memories Print Review

Anne then put my words into print, producing this gorgeous keepsake. I chose to have our names at the bottom too.

The print is of the highest quality on Lustre Fuji film paper and is complete with a white wooden frame which can be free standing or wall-mounted.

The great news is that I have one personalised lockdown print to give away to one lucky reader too!

The prize is a framed 10′ x 8′ or 10′ x 10′ personalised print from any of the lockdown range on the Cwtch Me Facebook page worth £19.99

To enter, simply answer the question ‘What was your best memory of lockdown?’

Answer below in the comments, and you can also gain more entries via Rafflecopter.

Competition ends midnight 15 October 2020.

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  1. Having a go at giving ourselves long overdue haircuts!

  2. Spending quality time with my long term boyfriend and taking leisurely walks everyday – work can get in the way so much and we now feel a lot closer – we also got engaged during lockdown!

  3. Watching the virtual Grand National.

  4. with 3 young children it was when it ended and they got to meet their friends

  5. My daughter and I did a free daily online drawing class with a children’s book illustrator. It was something we both looked forward to and was calming and we learnt so many new things. Will be forever grateful.

  6. The wonderful weather x

  7. Gardening as a family together in the sun!

  8. Sitting watching the news with my son as he spends almost all his time upstairs, being an adult now, it was nice just spending time with him talking, however bad the news. We still do it so I’ve still got that closeness xx

  9. rediscovering family walks – with busy family lives before covid we forgot how beautiful nature can be

  10. Spending time with my family and going for long walks. x
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  11. Getting put in touch with someone when I nearly ran out of food, and being introduced to the most amazing network – making new friends, and their impact will continue long after lockdown

  12. Having our team quizzes via zoom

  13. Playing family board games & eating chocolate like it was Christmas!

  14. We loved our family walks, noticing everything on the walk round, bumping into the same people each time spotting the rabbits on the field, spotting red kites, at which point my daughter would always laugh – no Mum, it’s a bird!

  15. Peace and Quiet in the house

  16. Walking out together as a family and it being really quiet – we always went on the same walk so we got to see it changing over the long long weeks!

  17. I don’t have many good memories, but at least I managed to catch up on a lot of TV and films I’d been putting off!

  18. Daily walks with the dog

  19. Spending more time with the kids.

  20. A sunny spring/summer, for a change

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