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Roll up, roll up! It's Prize Draw time and here's something really special for lovers or friends out there. Valentine's Day is just round the corner and we love a good love or friendship story here at Create Gift Love, so if you'd like the opportunity of winning a set of his and hers 'Little Box of Love' Hampers then continuing reading.

All you need to do to enter is comment upon this blog post telling us in a few words why your love or friendship story is the best! Simple!

The winner will be selected at random on Friday 10th February, 2017. Entries must be received by 23.59GMT on Thursday 9th February, 2017.

Good luck! 

Create Gift Love Team

Terms and Conditions

This Prize Draw is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Facebook or Instagram.

This prize draw starts at 12.00GMT on Friday 13th January 2017 and closes at 23.59GMT on Thursday 9th February, 2017. The winner will be notified on Friday 10th February, 2017 by email.

In order to enter, entrants must comment on the associated Blog Post. Entrants are required to meet the criteria specified but otherwise no purchase is necessary.

One person will be selected at random to win the prize on offer and will be notified via the email address used to enter the Prize Draw.

The winner will receive both a his and hers Valentine's Hamper as shown in the image.

Employees and contractors of Create Gift Love are not eligible to enter. The Prize Draw is only open to residents of the UK who are aged 18 and above. Only one entry per person.

Create Gift Love will have the right to publicly disclose the name of the winner. The winner’s name will be published on Create Gift Love's Blog and social media platforms.

The personalisation required on the prize(s) should be provided within 1 month after the closing date.

If the potential winner cannot be contacted or the prize notification is returned or is undeliverable, such potential winner forfeits all rights to any prize, and an alternate winner may be selected.

An unclaimed prize may not be awarded.

The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.

Create Gift Love reserves the right to provide a substitute prize of similar value should the need arise.

Create Gift Love may use the email address specified upon entering the Prize Draw for marketing purposes. This will include regular Newsletters and/or any other promotional material deemed suitable. Email addresses will not be given to any third party organisations.

Entry implies acceptance of these terms and conditions as final and binding.

Entries which are not in accordance with the terms and conditions will be disqualified.

Create Gift Love reserves the right to suspend, cancel or modify the prize draw at any time (and for any reason) without notice.

Create Gift Love's decision in respect of all matters to do with the prize draw will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

 

  • Ruth says...

    My friendship story is that of myself and my daughter – the amazing friendship that we have, we have no secrets and can tell each other everything. I’m truly blessed.

    On February 09, 2017

  • Andy says...

    In May I will have been married to my best friend for 20 years. I count myself as a very lucky man. She has given me two cracking kids and a happy home, even with all life’s ups and downs as like most normal people, we have them too. We live away from both our families and it can be tough, especially when they need you but it does make visits from and too each other more special. Its a word that is over used in life but my wife is special and I would love her to get a gift which is special like her

    On February 09, 2017

  • Sarah says...

    Time flies when you’re in love… my husband and I have been together coming up to 9 years. Last year we welcomed our daughter into the world… it’s amazing how your love just multiplies!

    On February 08, 2017

  • Precious Magolosa says...

    This valentine will be the most attractive as we will be celebrating our 6th year in intact Love. Without doubt I can say she is the Special One Because She holds a special place in my heart .She is my guide, my mentor and will shower me with all the possible advices. I appreciate her much because in my life, many people have come and gone. But she has been there all along. Through all of life’s curvy roads, her embrace has been my wonderful house. She is a responsible Young Lady who has faith and love to our god. She is someone who understands, appreciates the important role that woman play as champions of love, who knows that he was made strong to protect her family, not to abuse emotionally or physically. My life has improved because of her, indeed a Real Lover.
    #Special_One

    On February 01, 2017

  • Jordan says...

    We met when we were kids, just playing around on the internet, living on different sides of the Uk. It took us 4 years to finally work up the courage to admit how we felt but I would have waited a million. He came just at the right time, just when I needed support, just when he needed someone to care for him. It was perfect really.

    We still live over 200 miles from eachother, and this gift might be a welcome pick me up, on a not so lonely Skype valentines date.

    On January 29, 2017

  • Natalie says...

    I have been with James since I was 17,
    We have been through a lot and everything in between,
    Now we have Chloe we have completed our dream,
    Here’s to us being the ultimate team!

    On January 27, 2017

  • Zoe Mackie says...

    My partner & I have been together 9 years this year we have a 6 & 3 year old (both girls) our family is complete only thing to do is get married, wev been engaged 5 years

    On January 27, 2017

  • Sarah says...

    My husband and I met at my friends birthday night out. His mom was a child minder for the daughter of a girl that I went to primary school with I had known her since nursery school. As soon as we saw each other we both liked each other. When we got to talking neither of us knew that we had both gone to the same senior school and in fact with knew nearly all of the same people. (Said friend that introduced us had been at the school too and she knew him yet I never?) We realised that there must have been countless time when we had walked past each other etc but never knew each other. Which I like to think is a good thing if we had of known each other at school we probably wouldn’t have clicked the way we did. The very next day we met up. Every day after that too. Within 6 months we got engaged everyone said I was crazy and I wasn’t doing the right thing after four years together we had had two children and decided to get married. A week before the wedding I found out I was expecting again. We have been married 5 and a half years now. We have four children. We have been through the heartache of loosing a baby, supporting each other. We have been through the lowest times together and the best. He is my world. I nearly cancelled going out that night because had only just got back off holiday. Needless to say I really believe in fate! And love again first sight!

    On January 26, 2017

  • Hannah says...

    Maybe not the best love and friendship story but here’s ours, one I believe has stood the test of time and is very special and unique. Definitely not in a few words! I am thankful for finding my best friend and a true rock through thick and thin.
    We started dating in 2005 in our 2nd year university, after graduating we saw each other ever other weekend, sometimes just one weekend a month, and stayed at hotels for the weekend as neither of us had a place for both of us to stay (both of us were in the military). So we decided to buy a home together so we could have our own place to meet rather than the hotels. In 2011 during my R&R from Afghanistan we got engaged and married in 2012, the week before our wedding my husband was told he was going to USA for 2 years, 2 months later. I followed him 3 months later. We had a wonderful 2 years living together, the first time in 7 years(!) and had a gorgeous little girl out there. 2 weeks after returning to the UK in 2014 my husband went to Afghanistan for 13 momths, with only 10 days back at home during that time. We were both broken, him for the work and lack of R&R and I for lack of support dealing with a 11 month old who was 2 when her dad came back, and springer who had a perforated gut. We have so much strength and understanding from our early relationship years that thankfully pulled us through, even when we had to go our separate ways again after he returned from his tour, living in Wiltshire and Essex due to our work. Last summer I left the military and we were finally a family together, welcoming our son to the world in September. Writing this down makes me realise what a special family I have, a unique past which makes us rock solid together.
    If we can cope only with living together 3 out of 12 years then I know our love is very special. <3

    On January 25, 2017

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