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November 23, 2012

Pimp my Gingerbread House 2012


We're beyond excited to be able to announce this year's Pimp my Gingerbread House competition is OPEN for entries.

This year, we are chosing winners in the following categories:

Under 7's (with not too much help from grown ups)  Guest Judge: Corina from www.kidsen.co.uk

7-15 years old:  Guest judge Thomas Nash (last year's Kids Winner - see his house here)

Adult - for artistic talent.  Judges: Scandi Kitchen Team

Special prize - Most genuinely pimped up creative crazy house - Judges:  Scandi Kitchen Team (all houses will enter this extra category automatically)

The great Prizes:

Big Gift Box of Scandinavian Sweeties - so many Sweeties your parents might not talk to us for months (both for under 7's and 7-15 categories).  

Main Adult Prize: A huge christmas Hamper from Scandi Kitchen & voucher for lunch for two at SK

Special Prize for creative effort: Free coffee for a month (35 coffees) OR A nice Scandi Hamper (you choose which prize you prefer)

How to enter:

1)    Build a house using the kits from Anna's - you can buy it here and also in our store on Great Titchfield Street.

2)    Decorate it - whichever way you want.  We adore creativity.

3)    Take some pictures of your house and mail us the results iloveherring@scandikitchen.co.uk

Deadline for submitting your entry:  16th December 2012

By e-mailing us your photos you agree that we can publish them on our blog and website. Please do not send us your whole house, a photo will do thank you.

Please include your name, age if entering the children's competitions - and a story about why you have created this particular house.   

Get some inspiration:  See some of last years houses here 






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Ahem... Thomas Montgomery... He can't wait!

K xx

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