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Saturday, 3 August 2013

Giveaway: Hampergifts Picnic Hamper

Hampergifts Picnic Hamper
Hampergifts Picnic Hamper
Sometimes my self control is amazing, but most of the time it's quite shocking. However, in a strange twist I have been saint like this week. I was sent this beautiful wicker picnic hamper by the generous folk at Hampergifts, and haven't troughed the lot in one go! It is stunning. It's made from heavy wicker and lined with the most beautiful tartan material. It has proper cups, plates and cutlery, and even has a dispenser for toothpicks...

It's absolutely jam packed with goodies too! It's a nibbly Nora's dream. It includes:
  • Cairnsmhor Parmesan & Pepper Oatcakes 150g 
  • Baronie Belgian White & Milk Chocolate Sticks with Mocha Coffee Filling 75g
  • Olives Et Al Beetroot & Thyme Dressing 100ml AWARD WINNER 
  • Karyatis Red Pepper & Feta Meze 100g 
  • Cottage Delight Poachers Pickle 340g AWARD WINNER  
  • The Wooden Spoon Wholegrain Mustard & Spitfire Ale 42g
  • Yoghurt Coated Peanuts & Raisins 200g
  • White Chocolate & Raspberry Cookies in Hessian Bag 100g
  • Chunky Apricot Flapjack 120g 
  • Cranberry Burst Flapjack 120g 
  • The Wooden Spoon Gooseberry & Sloe Gin Jam 42g AWARD WINNER 

Hampergifts have lots of beautiful products ranging from food to pamper packs, and make a wonderful present. I was thrilled when I received this, and I knew it was coming! It's small enough not to take up lots of room, but has ample space for your picnic goodies.

Want to hear great news? I'm giving one away! You could be the proud owner of one of these pretty hampers in no time at all. I can see you now... sat in a beautiful meadow... stuffing your face with a chunky apricot flapjack! Living the dream.

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  • The competition runs until 17th August 2013.
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Disclaimer: I am working in partnership with Hampergifts to give away this beautiful hamper to one lucky reader. I will be donating my own hamper to a very worthy cause. Please see Charlie's Angels for more information.

48 comments:

  1. on a lovely picnic at the beach or a lovely park by a lake with my other half x

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  2. I would take the hamper on a picnic, somewhere green!

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  3. A picnic in the New Forest!

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  4. i would take this on my new grandchilds first picnic

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  6. to the lake district on holiday!

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  7. I'd take it to St Mary's Lighthouse or Longsands beach, two of my fave spots!

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  8. Ideally to an outdoor gig at Bedgebury Pinetum for one of my favourite singers/bands. Other wise I'd take it on a family picnic to a local beauty spot.

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  9. to the lake where we would have a picnic

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  10. on a picnic with my family to the zoo!

    @ashlallan

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  11. I'd like to go back for another picnic on the beach where we got engaged... :)

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  12. I would take it to work filled with yummy cake!

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  13. To a hill overlooking the Lincolnshire Wolds.

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  14. To the local botanical garden :)

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  15. A romantic picnic with my other half on the beach.

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  16. I'd take mine into the garden with a blanket on a sunny day and try to have a semi-romantic picnic :)

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  17. I'd take my hamper on a visit to my elderly Mum. So many lovely goodies would tempt her flagging appetitie

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  18. I would take this hamper to the park with my granddaughter so we could have a picnic in style.

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  19. I'd take my hamper to Wisley Gardens, when everything is in bloom.

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  20. Love this! Would take it to Robin Hood's Bay with the boyfriend. Love being by the coast and this would make a nice change to fish and chips!

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  21. I would take it for a picnic by the river :-)

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  22. I would actually make the effort to walk to the top of our local hill, just to I could enjoy the views whilst picnicing :)

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  23. I would take it to Clifton Downs in Bristol, its a huge public park area covering hundreds of acres ;o) (Rafflecopter entries in my real name of Nikki Hayes)

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  24. I would take my hamper on holiday with me in September but then use it again and again for parks around Leicester me and the boys love picnics even if the weather is bad we have indoor ones!

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  25. I would take it for a picnic to the park :)

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  26. To the beach (frances hopkins)

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  27. I would take it into the lounge & have a tv feast

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  28. i would take it to the beach with my partner and enjoy quality food whilst watching the waves.

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  29. I would take it up to Wimbledon common to have a picnic with the wombles :) or my friends if the wombles were unavailable.

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  30. I would take it to Hampstead Heath for a lazy sunday picnic.

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  31. I would drive into the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.

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  32. For a Picnic at ayesgarth falls with the family :)

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  33. I would take my hamper to our local park and enjoy the coming heatwave :-)

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  34. For a picnic in the Lake District!

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  35. picnic in abbey park (leicester) with my family and dogs

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