Christmas

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree

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To celebrate Christmas, I have an exciting competition to share with you. One of our sponsors, House of Fraser, have kindly offered a £100 gift card for one reader. We love getting our tree and deciding how to decorate it – I have been collecting our decorations ever since we moved in together, adding one every year (in addition to some small filler baubles my mother-in-law gave me) mostly either handmade or vintage.

(If you are need any tips on decorating your tree, House of Fraser have put together the above video to assist)

to enter, all you need to do is share a photo of your tree on your preferred socialmedia platform (Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram etc) using the hashtag #HOFChristmas and then tell me the url using the widget below (and tweet about the competition at the same time) and on 22 December I will choose one tree and the winner will receive a gift card to spend at House of Fraser.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Ps. you might be interested to know that House of Fraser Christmas decorations are up to 50% off at present, just in case your tree is looking a bit bare…

Terms & Conditions: 1. To enter the House of Fraser prize draw give-away, share your Christmas tree using the hashtag #HOFChristmas and then use the rafflecopter widget above to share the URL and tweet 2. The prize is one House of Fraser gift card. No cash or alternative prizes will be given 3. The prize draw will start on01.12.13 and end on 22.12.13 4. The winner will be picked from all valid entries 5. The winner will be notified directly via email. The winner must reply within seven days of receiving the email or a new winner will be picked at random. 6. I reserve the right to change the entry dates at any time, for any reason.

Thank you to House of Fraser for providing the prize. In the interests of full disclosure, I was not paid for this post but they did pay for my ticket to Blogfest.

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