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Dino Daisy Giveaway!

on February 5, 2012

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Woohooo! It’s time for another Giveaway! Well, I have to say that I’ve been really busy behind the scenes, emailing and talking to some really fantastic people who have been helping me out with getting together some great products that you, yes YOU, can win!

Isn’t that great!

So, kicking it off today is a chance to win a fantastic Amber teething anklet from the lovely Kate at Dino Daisy www.dinodaisy.co.uk. As you know, I wrote a blog post recently on how great my own anklet is and I emailed Kate to let her know what I thought. She’s been so kind and posted out to me a gorgeous Pure Collection anklet that is made up of honey baroque beads, threaded and knotted on an Amber Cord. If you go to www.dinodaisy.co.ukyou can find out lots more about these fantastic anklets.

We got ours when Monkey was only about a month old, so it’s only been recently that I’ve started to see the benefits. For instance, yesterday I forgot to put it on him and he had bright red cheeks, dribble was going everywhere and he was in such a grouchy mood. Today, no red cheeks, less dribble and he’s much calmer. Amber resin releases succinic acid when it’s warmed up by the skin, along with other natural oils, and these help to soothe the baby and offer a completely natural remedy for teething aches and pains. I was a little sceptical at first about whether or not it’d work, but it really does make a difference!

So, yes, would you like to have a go at winning one? You would? Oh, ok then!

Answer the question correctly that I’m about to pose on either the Blog, Facebook or via Twitter and you will be placed in the draw to win a beautiful Pure Collection anklet, made up of honey baroque beads and finished with sterling silver carabinas. It’s a beautiful, simple and elegant anklet that can be adjusted to fit your little one perfectly and can be tucked away under socks or inside babygrows, away from those little curious fingers!

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As you can answer the question via three online locations, that gives you three chances of winning! Not bad, eh! Of course, it’d be fantastic if you share the competition as well, so I suppose that you can get an extra entry if you share it, and then let me know! (just one extra entry, not three – I’d find that a nightmare to keep up with everyone!)

Remember to let me know via the FB page or add #daisydinodaisy to your Tweets, or I won’t be able to keep track of you all.

Before I post the question, the T&C are as follows:

The competition will close at 5pm on Wednesday 8th February 2012.
The anklet will only be posted out to a UK address (once it’s safe for me to do so – cant even get the car out of the drive today because of the snow!)
The winner will be decided by daisytheclothbummum and is final.
The winner will be notified, and announced, as soon as possible after the giveaway closes (I’ve got a nearly six month old baby, so I can’t be completely specific!)
After the competition closes, I’ll input the names of everyone who has entered into a random name generator, press click and then take a screen shot of the name of the lucky winner.
I will then post out the anklet to whoever wins as soon as possible. This will be recorded delivery, so that I can give you tracking details and so that the item has to be signed for upon delivery.
If the winner has any problems with the anklet, he/she must contact Dino Daisy directly.

Disclaimer:
daisytheclothbummum is not being paid by Dino Daisy and gives her time freely to run this giveaway.

Right, so now that’s all out of the way – here’s your question!

WHAT COLOURS MAKE UP BURNT TOFFEE?

You’ll have to go searching on the Dino Daisy website www.dinodaisy.co.ukto find out the information. Enjoy having a look around – she has some beautiful products on there!

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22 responses to “Dino Daisy Giveaway!

  1. Catherine Nuttall says:

    The colours making up Burnt Toffee are Cognac, Dark Cognac and Cherry.

  2. Chery Halliwell says:

    The colours making up burnt toffee are An Alternate Mix of Cognac, Dark Cognac & Cherry Beans
    I’ve also commented on your FB and shared the competition x

  3. Liz bishop says:

    The answer is an alternate mix of cognac, dark cognac and cherry beans xx

  4. becky firth says:

    alternate mix of cognac, dark cognac and cherry beans x

  5. becky firth says:

    liked and shared on facebook x

  6. Hannah Venn says:

    alternate mix of cognac, dark cognac and cherry beans …fingers crossed x

  7. Burnt toffee is made of an alternate mix of Cognac, Dark Cognac & Cherry Beans

  8. Marian says:

    Burnt toffee is Alternate Mix of Cognac, Dark Cognac & Cherry Beans

    Marian

  9. Hayley Richards says:

    An alternate mix of cognac, dark cognac and cherry beans

  10. Sam Garrett says:

    It is made up with a mixture of alternate cognac dark cognac nd cherry beans

  11. Sarah says:

    the answer is as above! Cognac, Dark Cognac & Cherry Beans, I shared on FB too. love your blog.

  12. Nev says:

    Burnt Toffee is made from an alternate Mix of Cognac, Dark Cognac & Cherry Beans.
    Have tweeted this (@Nevrandil) as well and shared.

    Nev

  13. Angell says:

    Cognac, Dark Cognac & Cherry 🙂 Shared too x

  14. saraya holdsworth says:

    Burnt toffee is made of Cognac, Dark Cognac and Cherry beans. its beautiful too :-). X

  15. Gem P says:

    Burnt Toffee is made from Cognac, Dark Cognac and Cherry Beans, it is gorgeous 🙂

  16. Rhiannon Turner says:

    The answer to your question is Cognac, Dark Cognac and Cherry Beans. X

  17. answer: Cognac, Dark Cognac & Cherry Beans.

  18. tweeted comp too @jenniferlkelly

  19. The answer is an alternate mix of cognac, dark cognac and cherry beans xx (i have posted on facebook too)

  20. Hayley says:

    Cognac , dark cognac and cherry beans

  21. Hayley says:

    Tweeted too 😉

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