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Giveaway: Tutu Baskets


Tutu baskets, as the name suggests, are baskets with tutus. They're really pretty, and make great gifts, flower girl baskets, hamper baskets, and even table centrepieces. My mum made all the baskets in the picture above - she sells the little flower girl type on eBay, and makes them to commission if people are looking for a particular colour scheme. You can check out her eBay HERE.

Or, you can read on to win one of three tutu baskets!

3rd Place
Small flower girl oval basket (about 8cm across) with pink tulle tutu and daisy embellishments.
Inside is a little pink teddy and a small package with sweets and hair clips.

2nd Place
Small flower girl oval basket (about 8cm across) with blue tulle tutu and snowflake / Frozen embellishments.
Inside is a little cream teddy, three mini Frozen chocolate bars, and a small package with hair clips.

1st Place
Large rectangular basket with white and purple tulle tutu and sparkly embellishments.
Inside there is a package of sweets (including chocolate limes - Anthony's favourites), PHB Rosehip & Geranium soap, Little Red Riding Hood notebook, purse, bracelet, and lots more!

Close up of embellishments.


To enter, just fill out the Gleam form below.
(One entry per action.)


T&Cs: UK entrants only. There will be three winners - prizes are as shown, no alternatives or cash equivalent offered. Winners will be notified by email and have one week to respond with their postal details.

Good Luck!




If you like the idea of winning stuff, please check out my other giveaways HERE.



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U, ME AND THE KIDS

Comments

  1. purple :)

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  2. Pastel Pink and/or Pastel blue - My daughter has these colours in her room along with vintage accessories and its lovely! so jealous :)

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  3. Red is my favourite colour

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  4. Pink! These are fab - your mum is amazing - I'll definitely keep these in mind as gifts....#justanotherlinky

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    1. Thank you! :) She says they're pretty easy to make but I have no patience when it comes to crafting. I want it all to be finished in five minutes...

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  5. purple is lovely
    carole n

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  6. Don't really have a favourite but I do like mint.

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  7. Gorgeous baskets! Thanks for sharing on #justanotherlinky xx

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  8. Blue has been my favourite colour since I could choose a favourite colour!!

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  9. Pam Francis Gregory11 October 2015 at 13:43

    White

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  10. my favourite colour in teal, these are fab not seen these before!! my girls would love them

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  11. My favourite colour is royal blue :)

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  12. Blue

    Debbie hay

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  13. In general I like natural colour greens.

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  14. It's currently purple, but blue and teal are close seconds.

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  15. My fave colour at the moment is green but it's good to ring the changes and try something different - like purple!

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  16. Love purple! Purple all the way!

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  17. Coch (A dim ond oherwydd mae'r ddau tim orau - Lerpwl/Cymru - yn chwarae yn y lliw yna!)

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  18. The pink is super cute! Love the baby blue to!

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  19. I love Blue, all shades of blue :-)

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  20. My favourite colour is blue..

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  21. Pink is my favourite colour

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