Win Name Bunting – Handmade crochet name bunting competition

Win name bunting competition

***UPDATE***We have a winner!  Congratulations Holly May Smith!  Thank you for all your entries, they have really inspired me and given me lots of ideas for new projects!  Follow this blog for more crochet loveliness and future giveaways***

Win name bunting!

This is your chance to win a string of crochet, personalised, handmade name bunting in a name and design of your choice!

Simply comment below with your choice of name for the bunting (I won’t hold you to this though!) to be in with a chance of winning! If you’d like to follow this blog then that would be great too :)

The winner will be selected at random from all the comments left on this post and all the comments left on the competition post at  Facebook.com/rubyandcustard on June 15th. You can double your chances of winning by leaving a comment on Facebook as well as this blog!

Personalised bunting is priced per pennant at 0-6 pennants £40, 7-9 pennants £45, 10-13 pennants £50. Every design is created just for you and I produce a design mood board for approval before making anything so you can see exactly what you are getting. To place an order please emailmillie@rubyandcustard.com.

If you’d like some inspiration on what your prize could be then check out my crochet name bunting Pinterest gallery :)

Good luck!

Win name bunting terms and conditions

The prize is one string of handmade, crochet bunting in a name and design of your choice, up to 12 pennants long.

 

One winner will be picked at random from all comments on this Ruby & Custard blog post and the competition post on Facebook.com/rubyandcustard. 

The closing date for entries is midnight, UK, June 15th, 2014.
The judges decision is final and there is no cash alternative. The prize includes free UK postage and packing but international entries will be required to pay postage to their country, at cost price from the UK.  The prize will be dispatched within 14 days of confirmation of the design produced for you.

Comments

  1. 1
    Heather says:

    I would love the name Savannah if I won please

  2. 2

    Nicole

  3. 3

    It’s a long name but – Rhiannon. And if it was goth/angel-inspired my daughter would be over the moon. :)

  4. 4

    Would love this for a new, ‘in the pipeline’ baby. Have no name yet so something like ‘a star is born’ would be great.

  5. 6
    sarah Bosworth says:

    Sarah and Paul

  6. 7
    Riet Muizelaar says:

    Oh, I love your bunting prize. The name I want is ‘Luuk Tymen”. It is the name of my grandson. It is a Dutch name and of course I pay the postage to the Netherlands.

  7. 8

    Love your bunting and I am so envious of your gorgeous attic work space! If I was lucky enough to win I would like Harry James please. Xx

  8. 9

    Your work is beautiful and, I must say, very inspiring! I follow your blog from Canada and, while I understand postage for here is extra, I would love to win! I have three monkeys and to choose one name to emblazon a pennant would be too hard. They are all my darlings, so it took me a few days to decide what I would choose if we should win: “Happy B-day”… I think “Happy Birthday” is too long? Good luck to everyone! This is definitely a great gift for anyone!

    PS – I am almost finished crocheting one of your little birds. My 5 year old son has requested one, but I also have two friends giving birth soon, so I’m hoping to get a couple more finished. It’s such a nice project for a warm spring day. Thank you for that pattern!

    • 10

      Happy Birthday is a great idea! I’m sure we will work something out if you win (mini bunting probably or it would be really, really long!)
      I’d love to see your bird(s) when they are done! :)

  9. 11

    Hi my I am just redecorating my daughters room she is nearly two and would love to finish it perfectly with the name Scarlett x

  10. 12

    I would love Merry Christmas that would look amazing hanging from my mantel!

  11. 14

    Love this bunting Millie. xx

  12. 16

    My kids are too big to have their names but I just love your bunting! The appliqued star is beautiful. Gorgeous! I like the idea of Merry Christmas.

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