18th June 2015

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It’s competition time on our Kirstie’s Vintage Home Facebook page - piping bags at the ready!

 

The Biscuiteers are all about homemade and have ‘pimped up’ biscuits big time. Not only do their hand-iced, handmade treats taste amazing and look beautiful,they’re super stylish. They even say that David Beckham is a regular too! 

Watch and like our short film where Biscuiteers icing queen Rebecca Wood shows us how to decorate a jolly ginger biscuit fit for a festival - putting a truly new spin on the once humble gingerbread man. To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is get creative at home with your piping bag and send us a picture of your finished hand-iced creation. All we’re looking for is jolly gingers with personality, colour and bags of style. Your creations could be from the world of sport, fashion, film, TV or even closer to home! Please note: this is an icing only competition so both handmade and shop bought jolly ginger biscuits can be used. The makers behind our 5 favourite Jolly Gingers will receive a signed Kirstie Allsopp Vintage B5 Notebook and a copy of The Biscuiteers’ latest book.

Please e-mail ONE photograph only of your hand-iced jolly ginger including a little bit about his/her personality as well as your contact details to biscuits@raisetheroofproductions.com. 
All entries (only one per person) will be considered and will be posted in our Facebook gallery every few days (https://www.facebook.com/KirstiesVintageHome) so everyone can be inspired.
All photo entries will be judged by Raise the Roof Productions. Only entries submitted by e-mail will be considered. Competition closes: This competition is now closed. The 5 winning entries will be contacted by e-mail.

SO GET PIPING!

Disclaimer:
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing information to Raise The Roof Productions Ltd and not to Facebook.

Data Protection:
By entering the competition, Raise the Roof Productions will obtain and process your Personal Data (as defined in the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) in compliance with the DPA.

You can also find this video on:

Kirstie's Vintage Home Facebook Page

You can seek inspiration as well as check out The Biscuiteer fantastic biscuit creations on Facebook: 

The Biscuiteers

Or follow them on Twitter and Instagram

 

 

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