We LOVE Miffy – Giveaway (Closed)

Win - Miffy Prize Pack GIVEAWAY
How much do you love Miffy? We are huge fans at casa My Poppet and are delighted to celebrate 60 years of Miffy with a super cute giveaway thanks to Annabel Trends.

Miffy, the beloved white bunny created by Dutch Artist Dick Bruna in 1955, turned 60 on June 21st this year. She hasn’t aged one bit!

Whether you¹re young or old, Miffy¹s classic style and looks have made it hard to resist her charms.
Now Annabel Trends has a cuter than cute range of accessories and one lucky commenter will win a prize pack of Miffy goodies.
WIN  - Whether you¹re young or old, Miffy¹s classic style and looks have made it hard to resist her charms.  Now Annabel Trends has a cuter than cute range of accessories

Prize pack:
1 x large and 1 x medium Miffy money box
2 Miffy toothbrushes
2 Miffy photo clip holders
3 MIffy bag tags /key chains.
RRP value $110.

Giveaway Miffy Prizepack WIN

For your chance to WIN this Miffy Prize Pack leave a comment answering the following question:

How much you LOVE Miffy?

Good Luck!

The fine print:
This giveaway closes at midnight AEST on Monday 9th Nov, 2015. The winner will be contacted by email and announced in the comment field below this post. This giveaway is only open to Australian residents.
Entries are judged on merit and creativity. Only one entry per person.
To claim the prize, the winner must reply to the winner notification and accept the prize within 72 hours of receiving the notification, as well as indicate their preferred address for the the prize to be sent. If the winner does not respond within 72 hours, they will forfeit the prize.

Miffy prize pack giveaway My Poppet


  • My children love Miffy so much that on a recent trip to Japan, they insisted I stay in a store I had been browsing in JUST so they could continue to watch episodes of Miffy which were being shown on the store TV, even though they didn’t understand any of it because it was in Japanese!

  • Belinda Dawkins says:

    My daughter adores Miffy and cuddles her Miffy money box to sleep at night! When she was tiny she used to call her “Fiffy”. The love continues no matter how old she gets!

  • Catherine says:

    We love Miffy so much that my three year old daughter is now reading my childhood Miffy books forty years later and our white cat is named Miffy!

  • Laia says:

    My earliest memories are in the shape of Miffy. When I was 3 (1982), that was our kindergarden class name –we were the Miffys! I vaguely remember the unmistakable bunny in posters, or at the door in my classroom, in books… I’m still in touch with some of my friends from back then, and funny enough most of them don’t remember that! But some other fortunate friend and I we always claim “We were the Miffys!” I have seen it lately again here and there and my heart skips a beat every time… Long live Miffy! It’s just too bad that I’m not an Australian resident… Still, I couldn’t help to share it with you! 🙂

  • Meaghan McCorkell says:

    I have loved miffy since I was a little girl & both my little girls love her too!
    We love miffy to the moon & back!

  • Claire says:

    We love Miffy in our house and my three children still enjoy reading the books I had as a child. Posters up in the bedrooms, postcards on the wall…we’d love the haul to add to our collection! ????????????????

  • Claire says:

    We love Miffy at our place…I read my first Miffy book when i was a little girl in the 70’s. Now I have girls of my own, I get to read Miffy books all over again. It’s awesome 🙂

  • Jane T says:

    First I have heard of Miffy, but I bet my great granddaughters know who this is and would be thrilled for me to win this for them.

  • Pat Woolley says:

    Miffy has been an enduring love both for my children and now grandchildren. The books are so well read and each grandchild get a Miffy as their first teddy.

  • Fiona says:

    I LOVE Miffy! Miffy were the first books my Mum read to me, and the first that I read to my girls. I still use Miffy bags and purses to store things in, and have a Miffy toy on my bed (I’m 44!!) I married a man with Dutch parents, and was super excited that they could teach me how to say Miffys real name, which is Nijntje. Of course I also love Miffys friends, Boris and Barbara Bear, and Poppy pig. Long live Miffy!

  • Dee says:

    We love miffy!
    Her sweet little adventures keep us entertained;
    She reminds us that it’s ok to make mistakes;
    And to learn, and grow up along with your mates.

  • Melanie says:

    Oh Miffy, or Nijntje, as we Dutchies-in-Australia call her. She is so cute and cuddly and such a big part of my childhood memories. Now with a little bubba in the family, we happily read all the books again and again. Miffy is the best!

  • Sarah says:

    I love Miffy because she has an innocent timeless charm. My mum read me the books as a child, and now I’m reading them to my girls. She has a beautiful simple life that is very appealing in this fast paced technological world.

  • Nicole says:

    Miffy is my spirit animal!

  • Alicia says:

    My eldest used her precious painting space on the Summer Hill garden wall to paint Miffy and a little flower, I have a delightful picture of it I can share with you! We also chose ‘Miffy and the new baby’ as a special present to give to her when our son was born, such happy memories!

  • CheltCelt says:

    Memories old and new
    I find with my children in these
    Favourite stories of our
    Friendly bunny and her pals
    Yes Miffy we do love you

  • Augusta says:

    It’s the simplicity of Miffy that makes her such a standout. A perfect silhouette, recognisable from everywhere and well remembered after many years. Miffy has been loved for many generations.

  • Mick G says:

    Seen them about but never knew what they were called. Mentioned it to my daughter and she went into Miffy overdrive

  • karina l says:

    I love Miffy to the moon and back! And I hope my daughters does too! Miffy was my “pet” when I was young since I was never allowed to have any real pets of my own!

  • Melissa G says:

    Me and the girls watched Miffy at least once a day. Twice even. I randomly catch myself singing the theme song. Such a sweet show. Makes one wish that they could live an idyllic life like Miffy.

  • Jo says:

    I love Miffy so much I will NOT be sharing my prize-winner’s stash with my children!!

  • Narelle Dunn says:

    To be honest, I can take or leave Miffy. My three old year old daughter however LOVES her. She was given a Miffy rattle as a newborn and a few months ago used it to entertain a friend’s crying baby. She even generously let him have a cuddle in his pram – right before the pram (and baby and Miffy) flew back to country NSW. So now every day she asks me “Mum, where’s my Miffy?” and I explain that her baby friend has it and will return it next time he visits Melbourne in November. “Oh” she replies, “OK. Because it’s MY bunny.” EVERY DAY. For three months now. I guess she really wants that bunny back.

  • sapna says:

    We love Miffy so much that when our baby girl was born three years back – we named her Miffy because we wanted her to be cute, gentle and kind like our favourite Miffy. Now she loves watching Miffy and reading books about Miffy just like her mum & dad.:)

  • LuAnn Crim says:

    I love Miffy! Her little rounded shape gives her an appeal that won my heart in the ’50s, kept her in the family as I had my own children in the ’70s and ’80s, and now, as I enter the golden years and await my second and third GREAT grandchildren, she is irresistibly adorable. I am so tickled to see the range of products available for my little loves. If I win, can I part with her? There’s only one way to find out! 😉

  • Jo says:

    I really love Miffy! I love Dick Bruna’s illustrations. I had a Poppy Pig book when I was a little girl, I loved the bright and simple illustrations. I am still drawn to the simplicity of Miffy and friends, and I love to share this love with my daughters (I actually still have my precious Poppy Pig book and read it to my girls on very special days).

  • Emily says:

    Miffy is spiffy and I love her lots and lots!

  • Miffy Farquharson says:

    Imagine this. It’s the mid-60s. Two 20-somethings are in love, get married, have a kid. The kid is me. They have a conversation about a name. “Catherine”, says the mother. “I like Catherine.” “Yes, Catherine is good,” says the father. “Catherine it is.”
    The father goes down to the newsagents to put the announcement in the paper. The next day it’s come out in print. “To Mother and Father, a daughter. Myfanwy.” Good one, Father.
    Miffy is my one and only. She is my role model and my hero. She can play all day at the beach, help her dad put up a tent, ride on an elephant, pick flowers, and sleep all night. There is no other rabbit quite so wonderful as Miffy.

  • Beverly says:

    I never heard of Niffy but they are so cute.I think I would make a Baby Quilt with them in it. There are so many different way to put them in a quilt.

  • Renata Marchionna says:

    When I was little, my parents called me ‘Miffy’, partly because I loved the sweet little rabbit and her rhyming adventures, but mostly because I was (apparently) a strong-willed little terror who miffed whenever things didn’t go my way.

  • Brooke Powell says:

    I loved Miffy books as a young child and even had Miffy curtains in the 70s. I did often ask though – “Why does Miffy ALWAYS fall asleep at the end?!”. I love that Miffy is still around and has not changed over the years. My girls now enjoy reading my original Miffy books and I hope to pass them on to my grandchildren some day…

  • Melissa says:

    We love her. We run to the tv and dance together when it starts. She’s so cute my toddler says and gives her an. Imaginary cuddle.

  • Julie pasetti says:

    We love miffy enough to have had her adorn the top of my Bubs 1st birthday cake! She squeals with delight every time she see’s miffy on TV, one of her books or in the shops so it was a no brainer.

  • Anita says:

    MIffy cute little bunny, Miffy she’s so funny … sweet and adorable just like my own little bunny Aishlin 🙂

  • louise says:

    I love Miffy as does my niece and I am sure we’d love to play with these toys together!

  • Caitlyn says:

    I love Miffy like my crafty Grandma loves Spotlight.

  • Melissa Puli says:

    My Miss 8 loves Miffy so much and has been desperate for her very own Miffy lamp. Unfortunately, Christmas bills have started to come in, so saving for her Miffy treats will have to wait until her birthday next year! Miffy has been a great part of my own childhood and my love has been passed on to my own little humans.

  • Rachael says:

    We are a Miffy-living household here, I’m a child of the 70’s who learned to read with Miffy books. My Miss-3 has the same love, which is so fantastic! We’d love to be the forever home for the marvellous Miffy prize pack.

  • Catherine says:

    Miffy is my home girl! We have been bff’s since I was a little girl I love her so much!!!

  • Kent says:

    Roses are red
    And a little bit wiffy
    I don’t love them as much
    As I love little Miffy

  • Anna says:

    I love the simplicity & naivety of Miffy & everything she represents, which is the way children’s characters should be, I believe. The fact that Miffy is so popular today is a true testament to her. I adored Miffy as a child, which is why it is such a joy & privilege to introduce her to my children.

  • Cintia @ My Poppet says:

    entries now closed – good luck everyone

  • jet says:

    Hi cinti, we have the first Miffy museon in Utrecht for children to play there.
    I have watched a docu about it on tele, and i loved it.
    I was just a child when Miffy, for us she is called Neintje. was born by her artist.
    All the dutch where excithed about the neintje books, but later on i wasn’t anymore a fan of it. But you can watch there how she is shanged and the youngest can play with all the thinks of her. I found it funny that finely after such many years she has really her museon for the litlle ones to play with all t he items.
    Utrecht is a city in the middle of the Netherlands.
    I have lived there for a long time, and i think this is a good step for children to learn to go to a museon.

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