To kick start a new, crafty year we are giving six crafters the chance to win a 12x12 and a 6x6 of First Edition’s latest paper pads, Storyteller and Blackout. Want to find out more about these delightful prizes?
Adorned with elegant designs and striking patterns, the First Edition Black Out paper pads are a dream to craft with.
Whether you add a splash of colour or keep the designs in their natural state, these beautifully patterned papers will add a professional look to every handmade project.
That's not all! The First Edition Storyteller paper pad is just as eye catching as Black Out! Filled with beautiful and vibrant designs, this pad will give each make a burst of colour and excitement.
Intricately designed, you’ll adore using these pads for a variety of occasions! How would you like to use these gorgeous papers?
For the chance to win your own stunning collection, enter by simply LOGGING in and pressing the buttons that reads, Enter this Competition!
This giveaway will close on the 31st January so make sure you enter for a chance to win this incredible selection , Good luck everyone!
The Small Print…
Terms and conditions. All entries must be received by 12pm on the competition closing date and is open to all UK and Europe residents aged 16 or over, excluding employees or agents of the associated companies and their families. Only one entry per household. Prize contents are subject to change. No cash alternative. One prize will be given away to a member drawn at random on the closing date. Registration via www.thecraftblog.com is a pre-requisite to entry. Registration is free. No purchase necessary. The decision of the judge is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The winner will be notified by email. The winners name and website username will be available by sending a SAE marked Trimcraft Competition to Claire Brudenell, Trimcraft, Bishop House, Abbeyfield Court, Abbeyfield Road, Nottingham, NG7 2SZ, UK. Your details will be processed by Trimcraft (Nottingham) Ltd in accordance with data protection legislation