Giveaway – A Rainbow Set of Renshaw Sugarpaste

 

May 4 056I’v been a busy bee working up some little projects for Renshaw – If you fancy giving any of these projects a go you’ll find them on the Renshaw Blog just here

There’s these…

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And these too!

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And because you loved the snaps over on Facebook of the Rainbow of ready-to-roll icing  Renshaw sent for me to work with they’ve very kindly offered some for me to giveaway too, yay!

Renshaw has over 100 years of experience in baking expertise, product innovation and inspiration. They have a huge range of brilliantly coloured ready-to-roll icing (also known sugarpaste if you’re British and fondant if you’re American) all put to good use in my guest blog post for Renshaw on unicorns and rainbow cupcakes

The full colour range of icings, from gentle Jade Green to the more striking Amethyst Purple, plus hard to mix Jet Black and stand out Poppy Red are all available from Renshaw’s new website, www.renshawbaking.com

Pink Whisk Prize (3)

One lucky person will win a rainbow set of coloured ready-to-roll icings – that’s 7kg’s of sugar paste! The prize includes:

  • Poppy Red 1kg 
  • Yellow 1kg 
  • Pink 1kg 
  • Lincoln Green 1kg 
  • Orange 4 x 250g 
  • Amethyst Purple 4 x 250g 
  • Atlantic Blue 1kg

To enter:  Leave a comment on this post telling me what would be at the end of your rainbow (anything you like!) and you’ll be in with a chance (facebook and comments emailed to me do not count – you have to come to the website to leave a comment).  Giveaway closes at 5pm Wednesday 12th June 2013.  Open to UK residents only.  Only one valid entry per person. 1 winner will be chosen at random from all the valid comments received shortly after closing and will be contacted directly.

Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire

Meet me down the aisles of The Pink Whisk Shop – for all sorts of cake decorating and baking delights!

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322 Responses to Giveaway – A Rainbow Set of Renshaw Sugarpaste

  1. Rachel Hancock says:

    It would be a state of the art kitchen complete with massive table that all my friends and family can sit round whilst eating everything I make!!!

  2. Dawn says:

    A weekend away

  3. Emma Eustace says:

    The end of my rainbow would be a knowledge
    That my 2 children have a a happy healthy safe life.
    Thats all :)

  4. Rebecca Fox says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be an artisan kitchen aid!

  5. gemma hine says:

    at the end of my rainbow would be family holiday abroad as we have never been able to take the children.

  6. Linda Tabern says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a happy healthy family surrounded by grandchildren.

  7. maxine Hallam says:

    Really love all your work and my kids would like to have a go at recreating your fabulous cupcakes so the rainbow set of icing would be a fantastic gift for my 2 eldest to recreate some yummy cakes x

  8. Anna Williams says:

    Ooh, what a lot of lovely colours! At the end of my rainbow would be the most delicious afternoon tea, full of yummy baked goodies and old-fashioned lemonade :)

  9. Fiona McQueen says:

    what i would like at the end of the rainbow is a working classic mg and a cake in the shape of the car

  10. Tanya Noble says:

    At the end of the rainbow for me would be my very own cake cafe all kitted out to make delicious cake. my most favourite thing is seeing the smile on someones face when they have a taste of my bakes :). A place where people can socialise in comfort and eat delicious cake – puts a smile on anyone’s face!

  11. Oooh, I would have lots of free time at the end of a rainbow, to enjoy doing more baking… oh, and a healthier pregnancy, so I don’t have to rest so much.

  12. Helen at Casa Costello says:

    Hi Ruth, love the rainbows! I’d have an extra 6 hours in every day at the end if my rainbow please (and maybe the chance to make the christening cake for the royal baby when it arrives!) Hx

    • me too – and the energy to go with those extra hours! You should definitely be commissioned for the cake – I’ll have a word next time I go for afternoon tea ;) x

  13. Claire Docherty says:

    There would be a hot pink kitchenaid at the end of my rainbow :)

  14. Denise Keeley says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would love a treasure trove of cakes, cupcakes and chocolate all guilt free and calorie free but with all the lovely yumminess of full fat….a little pot of gold would be nice too lol

  15. vanessa taylor says:

    i’d love to find a bigger house and garden for my girls to play in,

  16. vanessa taylor says:

    by the way these are fab xx

  17. Lynne Lee-Diep says:

    Corny as it sounds,I’d have to say my two boys… I have a 3th old baby boy and it’s made me go all mushy again :)
    Oh, best have the hubbs at end of rainbow too – he’d be good help for nappies and entertaining lil’ folk ;)

  18. rebecca mead says:

    to find a kitchen aid, in pink of course!

  19. Rhiannon says:

    A pot of gold please!

  20. Carolyn Scanlon says:

    My gran would be at the end of my rainbow because she’s the only person I want (but can’t have) to brighten my day

  21. Beth Orum says:

    At the end if my rainbow would be my hubby & kids x

  22. More kitchen storage!

  23. Lizzie Charnock says:

    a brand new fully fitted kitchen, complete with Kitchen Aid and lots and lots of cake!

  24. Helen says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be healing for the chronic illnesses that me and my husband both suffer from. Oh, and chocolate ;)
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Helen x

  25. Laura says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a big party with my family, full of gorgeous food cakes and sunshine, but without any of the family bickering that’s inevitable!

  26. ann says:

    good health, peace and happiness

  27. Leanne Regan says:

    My gorgeous husband (who bought me an electric blue kitchen aid recently!!) and my beautiful and funny 3 year old daughter :-)

  28. Lucie Skinner says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would love to find my husband xx

  29. Katie Ward says:

    My family, they mean the world to me x

  30. Jen Price says:

    Going to sound cheesy but it would have to be my wonderfully supportive family, they’ve been so helpful lately. And maybe a pot of gold too so I could buy them all a treat!

  31. Annabel says:

    Ooh I’d love to see a cute little fiat 500 at the end of my rainbow! All kitted and customised with Hello Kitty haha

  32. Natalie says:

    I run a rainbow group and i know 18 little girls who would love to make those gorgeous rainbow cakes! At the end of my rainbow would be a sunny day, a good book and a couple of hours to enjoy it..

  33. Catriona says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be sprinkles… millions of them in every colour imaginable (golden sprinkles included of course!)

  34. Anne-Marie says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a good night’s sleep!

  35. Caroline says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my boyfriend on one knee with an engagement ring and the keys to our new house!

  36. Gemma says:

    My babies and the perfect house so we don’t have the hassle of house hunting with 2 little’uns in tow!

  37. Carly says:

    When I was a little girl I always wanted to find a leprechaun at the end of the rainbow….

  38. Sarah Chapman says:

    What would I like at the end of my rainbow (besides a leprechaun of course!)? Hmm, my husband to be making me a cake (rather than the other way around – I’m always the one baking…which may be why he’s never made me a cake!!)

  39. Diane Main says:

    A the end of my rainbow i would like to see a really big kitchen as mines too small for all my baking gear (some now in hall cupboard and garage!!)I would then be much happier baking

  40. Jo says:

    I’d love to win the sugarpaste. I am about to start planning my daughter’s birthday cake and I think I will need a lot of pink!

  41. Jo Norman says:

    A house for my boyfriend and I to move into, so we can finally have a place to call our very own :)

  42. Francesca Harrod says:

    My English bull terrier Blue. She has gone to rainbow bridge and is no doubt causing havoc and eating cake (her favourite) for breakfast, lunch and dinner!! x

  43. Kim says:

    at the end of the rainbow would be a new kitchen so I have more space!

  44. Michelle forkin says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a little space to call my own for a little cake studio so I could turn my hobby into a business.

  45. Andy says:

    Ideally, another rainbow.

  46. holly says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a baby that is less than 9lb in weight please! I’m 7 months pregnant, absolutely huge (not sure all the cake I eat helps) and feeling increasingly anxious about the size considering my daughter was 9lb!!!

  47. dawn says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be all the time in the world cause i never have enough!!. Thanks for the giveaway x

  48. Jo says:

    Oops – didn’t notice that I should be posting what I would like at the ‘end of the rainbow’. A magic wand would be perfect! and better speed reading skills so I don’t miss the instructions next time :)

  49. Ruthieb says:

    At the end of a rainbow I would love to find a whole bunch of baking ingredients so I could make more rainbows :)

  50. gill corbitt says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would see my lovely Mum again!

  51. Sarah Gibney says:

    At the end of every storm, comes a rainbow. I would like to find the inspiration to help kids get through bullying, like the group on Facebook called “Supporting Others”.

  52. Tara says:

    These look amazing, the unicorns are such a clever idea. Hmmm I am 25 weeks pregnant at the moment so a healthy & happy baby would be at the end of my rainbow :-)

  53. DANIELLE VEDMORE says:

    Robert Pattinson ;) xoxo

  54. Julie says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my Dad, to give me a hug.

  55. Catherine says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a giant warm choc chip muffin, a lovely big cup of tea – and a comfy sofa! x

  56. Jo Worrall says:

    A secret ingredient to add to my cooking so my wee boys will eat anything I cook! … A girl can dream that’s what rainbows are for eh?!

  57. Gill Kniveton says:
  58. Julie Holmes says:

    Well what I would like to see at the end of the rainbow is nothing to do with baking. I lost my beloved cat last year and have been told that my cat will be waiting for me at the end of the rainbow. I hope he is.

  59. Jen Evans says:

    I’d like a handsome man please :-)

  60. Rebecca Drake says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be the house we have designed, all finished and kitted out – they’ve started the foundations but it’s taken a year to get to this stage! And my kitchen is going to have a series of shallow drawers dedicated to cake decorating supplies, yippee!

  61. valerie rands says:

    I love the idea of the upright rainbows – think they would also look good with a little crock of gold at the end!

  62. Jackie Summerfield says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my three lovely children all having fun making cake decorations with the Renshaw Sugarpaste rainbow colours I had just won (or bought if I don’t win the comp xx)

  63. Tanya says:

    An unconditional offer to Bristol Uni so that I can stop panicking about my exams and spend my time preparing for my holiday and baking things for my wonderful boyfriend (and his appreciative work colleagues!!) :Please

  64. sarah leaman says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be……..7kg of sugar paste ;) x

  65. Katherine Falla says:

    What I would like at the end of my rainbow would be a citizenship, as lame as it may sound. That would help me become a small business owner and fulfill my dream of opening a cupcake shop

  66. Sarah Keeble says:

    My rainbow baby that is due in November.

  67. Lesley Reynolds says:

    Red and yellow and pink and green,
    at the end of the rainbow,
    Renshaw’s sugarpaste will be seen.

  68. Alex says:

    I would like my own little tea shop so I could make yummy delights all day long

  69. Caroline Longdon says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would like to find a giant, calorie free cake that is delicious and guilt free and all mine.

  70. Alison Holder says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my whole family, living and working reasonably close to each other so we could spend more time together. We would then be able to help each other out more and share more experiences. We are a close family in that we all care about each other but geographically we are a long way from each other.

  71. Tasmiah says:

    It would have to be a pot of gold! :)

  72. Jean Doherty says:

    Oooh, I think at the end of my rainbow would be the compulsory leprechaun that looks remarkably like Colin Farrell with calorie free cake & chocolate! ;) xxx

    ps – very cute cupcakes! x

  73. Sally McIntyre says:

    At the end of my rainbow id have more time in the week so i could do more baking – don’t seem to have much time with a young toddler can’t wait for him to be able help me.

  74. Clare Crocker says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be …… an oven that tells me when my cakes are perfectly cooked (I can dream!)

  75. jenny says:

    At the end of my rainbow would always be for me my little girl laughing x

  76. Lara c says:

    At the end of my rainbow I’d love to see from work, an e mail that says yes, both me and hubby can have some time off together at Christmas! I know I know lol far too early to be thinking of Christmas, buy would love to take the kids to Lapland uk to see Santa and his reindeer, to see the smile on the kids faces… Priceless, worth so much more than any pot of gold. Xx

  77. sarah says:

    amazing Ruth I love the cakes.
    xx

  78. sarah says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be heaven ;)

  79. Hannah Wigglesworth says:

    My husband all tied up in a bow! Maybe also a winning lottery ticket too please!

  80. Michelle Wilson-Taylor says:

    Hi there, wow these look great. At the end of the rainbow I would love to find a cure for cancer, theres far too much of it about :-(

  81. Anne Benson says:

    AT the end of my rainbow would be my husband.
    He loves cakes, sweets and as a Yorkshire man knows how to make a mean Yorkshire pudding.

  82. Linda Rumsey says:

    A nice new home with lots of space would be my dream end to a rainbow!

  83. Lizzie says:

    At the end of my rainbow would definitely be a kitchenaid, lovely sewing fabric and a pile of DVDs to watch while I craft!

  84. Lesley Bannister says:

    At the end of my rainbow would a long and happy life.I dont want monetary rewards I just want to live long enough and be healthy enough to hold my great grandchild and see my Tinies grow into Adults.Not much to ask you might add but neither of my parents lived long enough to hold any of my children so I know how precious this is

  85. Susan Leigh says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be good health for my friend GA, he deserves it, so does his wife SA. They are both suffering so much at the moment and I would do anything to alleviate their distress. If my cancer could be cured then I would be grateful but better a cure for my friend first.

  86. Izzy Summer says:

    i would have to pick my favourite celebrities which are anna kendrick,bella thorne,taylor swift,emma watson,channing tatum,taylor lautner,robert pattinson,Zac efron and loads more I would prefer them all to be there but ! would satisfy me ;)

  87. Jo Bird says:

    Hello
    I would love to see my dad at the end of my rainbow … he died 3 weeks ago and his departing song was Eva Cassidy’s ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’

    Jo xx

  88. Tracy jones says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a picnic blanket, my family and some amazing food. A lovely day would be had by all xx

  89. Sue says:

    At the end of my rainbow of icing, a multi coloured celebration cake!!

  90. Mama G says:

    Adam Levine at the end of my rainbow would be nice… *just saying*…

  91. Kate Roche says:

    I would have a rainbow-coloured roof for the new house we’re buying ;0) Love rainbows! Thanks for the tutorials too – they’re great!

  92. Jane Hughes says:

    Being on The Great British Bake Off and meeting Mary!!

  93. Nina Harris says:

    My little girl blowing out the candles on the birthday cake I had made for her!

  94. Imogen says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be some Renshaw Sugar Paste ;) and my sister back from university so that she can make these delicious cakes with me!
    xx

  95. Susanna Berry says:

    Oh, at the end of my rainbow there would be a baby :-)

  96. Pam Scott says:

    A never ending supply of all the colours of Renshaw icing!

  97. Amanda eason says:

    At the end

  98. Amanda eason says:

    At the end of the rainbow I would love a kitchen full of cake ingredients and all the time to make some fabulous cakes and cupcakes. Oh and to be able to eat all my yummy cakes without gaining weight :)

  99. Tracey says:

    Like the magic porridge pot, a little contraption that would present us all with a meal at the end of the working day ‘Cook little pot cook!’, and there it would be. With teenagers in the house it would also be handy to have it carry on until every-one had their fill then ‘Stop little pot stop!’ Baking is fun, and I don’t get tired of that, but producing a meal every-one enjoys every night can be dull dull dull!

  100. The chance to go and visit my friend in California who’s miraculously and unexpectedly recovering from cancer :-)

  101. Simon says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a wonderful new oven where I could set the temperature accurately. Unfortunately in my rented house, I am stuck with an old gas oven that is either hot or very hot!

    So please send your rainbow here!

  102. Vicki Wright says:

    At the end of the rainbow I would like to find David Essex waiting for me :)

  103. Helen Huxley says:

    Me 4 stones lighter!

  104. Charlotte Graves says:

    ooh, what a treat it would be to not have to knead the gel dye into the icing before using it!

  105. Diane Arthur says:

    A cure for cancer x

  106. Jemma says:

    A lovely old house to restore! :)

  107. Jen Turner says:

    I would like a new car at the end of my rainbow as mine keeps breaking down

  108. Stephanie says:

    A bit corny but a day 1:1 training with you would be fab!! Xxx

  109. Adele says:

    Nothing! The beauty of a rainbow is enough for me, even as a grown woman, there is still something quite magical and reminiscent of childhood about seeing one. I love pointing them out to my children :-)

  110. Jo says:

    I’m not being greedy, I would love Ina Gartens house, or just the kitchen would suit me :)

  111. Sally says:

    A nice sunny day for a change :)

  112. Clare says:

    At the end of the rainbow would be my husband. I would be lost without him and he has enriched my life in more ways than money could buy!

  113. Lee says:

    An airbrush :)

  114. Fiona James says:

    At the end of the rainbow, I would like to find a huge new fridge freezer with an enormous freezer and handles (both sadly lacking from my current white beastie- the lack of handles is due to small children who USED to enjoy dangling on them!)

  115. Sarah Roeschlaub says:

    My kids and my mum (I miss her).

  116. Jackie Smith says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would have a little kitchen to enable me to work on my passion of cake decorating and sugarcraft. My fingers are crossed.

    Jackie Smith

  117. Rachael Jones says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would love to make a wish that keeps me cancer free. (Diagnosed May 2011) so I can live life and bake cakes!!

  118. Laura Birkin says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be the winning lottery numbers! x

  119. Nicola Theobald says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a a cake decorating masterclass by Ruth Clemens! I would love to be able to decorate cakes that good

  120. Gill Wolstenholme says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would like my little girl Mia as she always brightens my day and makes me smile all the time.

  121. Jules Thomas says:

    I’d like to find calorie free cakes at the end of my rainbow!

  122. Jacquie Guess says:

    I’ve love to have this so i can make a lovely magical fairyland cake for my niece, rainbows, unicorns and fairies a must! x

  123. Jenny smailes says:

    …a beautiful, warm Summer would be at the end of my rainbow!

  124. Kirsty T says:

    At the end of the rainbow I’d like to find all the loves one my family and I have lost over the years! Would mean the world to see them again!

  125. Kirsty Jarvis says:

    At the end of my rainbow there would be my very own cake shop, complete with a bookshelf brimming with old books, a cosy fire and a sea view!

  126. Helen says:

    At the end of my rainbow is my new kitchen, which won’t be fitted until August :(

  127. Gillian Greathead says:

    I would love to find Gerard Butler building me a new kitchen extension at the end of my rainbow! (I can always dream!)

  128. I’d love a kitchen full of every piece of baking equipment I will ever need!

  129. ashleigh says:

    Tickets for a family holiday!

  130. Michelle Kirby says:

    My daughter is currently undergoing tests for various health reasons. All I would wish for at the end of my rainbow is for both my children to be healthy, and lead long happy lives. That would be the ultimate pot of gold for me! X x

  131. Andrew says:

    A box with an artisan Kitchenaid

  132. Isabel says:

    I’d love to find a music job for my son who is having a tough time at the moment.

  133. Sarah froggatt says:

    After spinal surgery a week ago I’d have a lovely walk in the country with my husband and daughter to find the rainbow and then a fantastic picnic in the sunshine!

  134. Angie Hoggett says:

    A shiney new Smeg fridge!

  135. Maria says:

    Why, seven shades of sugarpaste of course!

  136. Angela - Garden Tea Cakes and Me says:

    a shiny new oven

  137. Emma Tiltman says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be an immediate cure for Coeliac Disease so that I could eat all of my favourite foods again after being diagnosed last week :-)

  138. Rosemary McLaren says:

    Love the unicorns

    and the rainbows!

  139. Kelly-Marie Pearson says:

    To find the baby I have tried for for years. Hysterectomy booked for next Friday so I wont find that now. Instead I would love to find a key to a new healthy me.x

  140. wendy stanger (@kikicomp) says:

    lots of cakes that are calorie free!!!

  141. Sue says:

    It would have to be Gary Barlow and me 25 years younger!! I can dream.

  142. Jess says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my very own cake shop!

  143. Sarah Lucas says:

    I want to find a bright pink Kitchen Aid at the end of my rainbow, si I can make lots n lots of lovely cakes.

  144. Durre says:

    AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW… I JUST WANT PEACE. NOT JUST AT HOME, BUT EVERYWHERE!

  145. Michelle says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a selection of cake decorating books and goodies to have a play and think of new designs xx

  146. Paige says:

    I’d love my own bakery at the end of my rainbow! Or perhaps something a little more realistic… I’d love these at the end of my rainbow! :)

  147. Michelle says:

    …or the secret of a good nights sleep, night cramps due to being 36 weeks pregnant!!! Heehee

  148. Melanie Edjourian says:

    A trustworthy nanny so me and hubby can go out in the evening for once!

  149. Carrie Kintore says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a kitchen filled with a plethora of cake making ingredients…

  150. Alice Jones-Evans says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be happy and healthy children .. currently trying to sort out my 16 month olds christening cake!

  151. Sarah-Louise Walton says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would love to have Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry teaching me a lesson on how to not get a soggy bottoms, whilst wearing some pink Christian Laboutins, donning a personalised to me Cath Kidson apron, sipping Cosmopolitans, at a breakfast bar in front of an AGA cooker which is baking a peach and blueberry boy bait. With a half naked Mr Darcy just out Pemberly lake, except for a Renshaw rainbow over his breaches, sprawled at my feet. Totally achievable

  152. Frankie says:

    Ooh I love the criteria Ruth to enter this giveaway: what a lovely idea. And I’ve really enjoyed reading all of the responses and comments so far… You have really done Renshaw proud here too; these cupcakes are wonderful. What would be at the end of your rainbow? I wish for a happy and healthy future for my baby, Harper (my dog, hehe) and a happy marriage for my sister ahead of her big day in October… Oops that’s two things!! Best stop vein greedy now. xx

  153. Nicola Mitchell says:

    A travel brochure and a round the world plane ticket!

  154. vicki Goodwin says:

    I think I’d like to find my sister at the end of my rainbow :)

  155. Anita Barrett says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be -the same as is at the beginning -for us all to show love to everyone for life is too short x

  156. Karen Scammell says:

    A wildlife paradise

  157. John Puryer says:

    The one thing I would like to find at the end of my rainbow would be my beloved and departed old grandma – who had so many personal recipes to share but I didn’t take the opportunity to gather that knowledge before she died. A truly great loss!

  158. Jo Hughes says:

    I’d love a great big pile of chocolate at the end of my rainbow!

  159. sheila groth larsen says:

    Richard Duke of York gave battle in vain….. is the mnemonic to remember the order of the colours of the rainbow…………
    red, orange. yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet………..

    At the end of my rainbow there would be round red, orgasmic orange, yummy yellow, great green, beautiful blue, irresistable indigo and voluminous violet………. cup cakes……..courtesy of Renshaws!

  160. lynda goy says:

    hi
    at the end of my rainbow would be a wish that there has been a cure for cancer as l know what it is like when your very best friends are told they have cancer lets hope oa day this will be possable

  161. Lorna says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be two hours of peace and quiet! this would enable me to get my youngest son’s 4th birthday Pirate Cake finished and ready for his party on Saturday. It is impossible to roll out sugarpaste with him around as he just loves to grab a handfull – usually from the middle! But he is so adorable that I can’t be cross for long.

  162. maureen moss says:

    all my grandchildren and children together

  163. Ellen Smith says:

    Would have to be a load of chocolate concrete cake with raspberry custard – was the best pudding that we ever had at school, and it’s been ages since I had it!

  164. Jemma says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a kitchen specifically designed by me with a lovely garden for the kids to play in and a huge garage for my husband, to keep them out of my way whilst I cook!

  165. Claire says:

    There would be a pile of cake decorating books at the end of my rainbow cos I love them xx

  166. Diane Tomlinson says:

    A pot of gold would be nice ;)but it has to be time away with the family, beach, camping, dont care! However, having to bake for 30 kids for a pool party for a 7 year old, that icing has a swimming pool, sharks and beach balls written all over it!

  167. Denise Burnett says:

    I would love to have the perfect house for my partner and myself, finding 1 we both like is proving difficult! Oh and the house would have a state of the art kitchen!

    Love your work xx

  168. Rebecca says:

    A lovely sunny day at the beach with my hubby and 2 children and not forgetting a yummy picnic too!

  169. Sarah Melville says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would like to find the confidence (or a kick up the backside!!) to start a from home cake business that I have been thinking about for a year!!

  170. Bernice says:

    I would have to wish for the stripey KMix stand mixer – a little bit of a rainbow in my kitchen perhaps :-)
    Thanks for the giveaway x

  171. Gina says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a set of rainbow coloured Renshaw sugarpastes! Or perhaps a dozen of your beautifully decorated cupcakes!

  172. Beckie says:

    A home of my own.

  173. Tina says:

    at the end of my rainbow would be a lovely family picnic on a beach with my 2 little boys and I would be able to introduce them to my late mum so the could get to meet their nanny x

  174. denise cross says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a paradise beach and all my family there waiting for me to arrive

  175. traceyh says:

    my very own villa in majorca ! x

  176. Zoe Rainbow says:

    At the end my rainbow is a long summer filled with blue skies, days at the beach, chilled lazy days and lots of baking adventures with my children :)

  177. Georgia Davey says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be the perfect little shop in my local town where I could serve tea from vintage pots and sell my scrummy cakes.

  178. Maryellen Duthie says:

    At the end of my rainbow it would have to be an envelope with my daughter’s exam results, very good ones :) so that she could get into art school. She sat her last exam today, fingers x for first week in Aug when she gets her results. With the fab icing giveaway we’d make a rainbow cake to celebrate.

  179. Clare Wright says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be the answer to why my children have unexplained hearing loss x

  180. Gina Mcilwraith says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a huge farmhouse style kitchen, with a fire, old worn sofas, my two boys, a nanny to look after them so I could bake and potter to my hearts content!!!

  181. Chellie walkington says:

    Happiness and a fun day out

  182. Lauren says:

    At the end of my rainbow would have to be a new cooker, as my current little gas one takes forever to bake goodies! And a bigger kitchen for my forever growing pile of baking equipment :) x

  183. Lee Ubriaco says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a beautiful tree of life full in all its glory shading a large and lazy hammock into which I may rest.
    Around me, would be my loving family, cheery friends and loyal (2) rescue dogs of which I love dearly.

    P.S. I thoroughly enjoy and so look forward to each and every one of your recipes. Love your website and have shared it with many of my friends. Classy, clear, colorful…I hope to be able to perfect any one of your delicacies. Keep up the great work…we love it!

  184. barbara dougherty says:

    my children and darling grandaughter with a huge mad hatters tea party, oh and did i mention the million pound bank account i now have!

  185. Sarah Dalton says:

    That’s easy! A red Kitchen Aid

  186. spleenyone says:

    sorry to sound obvious but I think the conventional large pot of gold would sort me out!

  187. Gillian Hamilton says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would like to see my Mum, to give her hug and to see her smile :)

  188. Moira White says:

    at the end of my very own rainbow would be a unicorn with a chocolate cake

  189. heather lilac says:

    I would love to find all my children at the end of the rainbow as they are the most precious things in the world to me

  190. Joanne says:

    At the end of my rainbow there would be a cake – a rather fabulous, delicious cake – I do love cake!

  191. Gemma says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would like lots of choclate and rainbow cupcakes that would be fat free so I could eat them to my heart’s content. :-D
    x

  192. Kirsty says:

    At the end of my rainbow, I would love to find,
    Something so thoughtful, something so kind.
    A cake studio would make my dreams come true,
    I could make cakes for me and for you too.
    Vintage and chic, it would stop passers by,
    I would stand smiling, saying ‘come in and try!’.
    Thanks to my rainbow, so colourful and bright,
    It would give me a future, to hold on to so tight.

    :)

  193. Paula Smalley says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be early retirement for my husband, so we can both go away together for a prolonged walking holiday in New Zealand. Oh, and a Thermomix! :-)

  194. Betty says:

    Already found my pot of gold in my lovely husband and our baby girl :)

  195. At the end of my rainbow I would be sipping pink bubbles whilst sharing a rainbow cake (of course!) with a little leprechaun, who is giving me his pot of gold! :o)

  196. Sandra Paananen says:

    The only things worth finding at the end of a rainbow…love, of course.

  197. Carolyn says:

    Honestly, a healthy body. That would be great!

  198. Izzy says:

    Wow! That looks great! I think a pot of gold would be fine for me!

  199. victoria woodhead says:

    at the end of my rainbow would be a big tea party table (alice in wonderland style) full of lovely and very pretty cakes, with all my family and friends, niece and nephews around me with music and dancing and a big hamper of cake decorating goodies to take home.

  200. Debbi Beard says:

    I do a lot of home baking for family and friends and for my son’s fetes and the sugarpaste would be extremely good for their up coming summer fete on biscuits and cupcakes as well as a few birthdays due in the next month or so

  201. christina shirley says:

    I am retired so at the end of my rainbow I would love a cottage by the sea with a big kitchen so I can carry on baking for my lovely family and friends

  202. fiona taylor says:

    A buyer for our house/business so we can retire to the Shetlands and bake as much as I like. :)

  203. Bex says:

    Either…a matter transportation device (no more endless car journeys with children complaining that ‘it’s taking too long!’)…or Mr Tickle arms

  204. Stephanie says:

    My rainbow wouldn’t end ‘cos rainbows are actually circles. I saw it on the tele once so it must be true…

  205. RUTH BROUGH says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a summer full of days like today x

  206. Kate says:

    I would find the rainbow icing at the end as the closing date for the competition is my birthday!

  207. Karen Mottram says:

    I’m going on the Big IF march on Saturday….IF the world shared equally, there would be enough food/resources for all. wanted to take cakes, to share of course. Cakes look a bit bare at present, so I know what I’ll be doing tomorrow!
    Brilliant ideas, thank you.

  208. leigh says:

    A pot of gold, so i could spend it on a pefect kitchen and a sunny holiday :) (ooh and cake)

  209. Yasmin says:

    Love to find a HUGH Pot of Gold – need a new house with a big kitchen, well eq and a garden so I can grow vegetables, herbs and flowers. One bedroomed flat with a galley kitchen is not big enough to make all the things my heart and cooking utensils dream and strive towards.

  210. Karen says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my best friend, who lives in New Zealand, and we would be sat down enjoying a cuppa, cake and a good ole catchup. Not seen her for four years, and although a phonecall is good, it can’t replace a hug and a true face-to-face!

  211. Ceri Jackson says:

    I have already live at the end of one rainbow with my dear Hubby and daughter. If I was lucky enough to find another rainbows end, I would like our own home – and my own kitchen, which would be well equiped kitchen and spacious enough for baking, cake decorating and sugarcraft – and plenty enough people to eat all the things I’d love to bake and make!

  212. Nicola says:

    My Dad who passed away 8 years ago so my 2 girls can spend the day with their grandad they never knew :)
    … We’d take him our lovely cupcakes!
    Thank you x

  213. Jo M says:

    5mths into motherhood – I would like a full nights sleep!! (Hope you’re reading this baby!)

  214. Jocelyn B says:

    At the end of the rainbow I would love to find… a doorway to the past to have a little more time with people who were special :)

  215. Shazza says:

    at the end of my rainbow would be the winning lottery ticket so I could stop work and bake to my hearts content x

  216. Fiona Dobson says:

    Oh to find a big walk-in kitchen store cupboard just like Nigella’s lol xx

  217. Angela says:

    Oooh at the end of the rainbow I would love to find my dream kitchen.

  218. Hayley says:

    At the end of the rainbow for me would be a lovely collection of Renshaw sugarpaste, that way I could keep on making cute little rainbows and have a wish at the end of each! ;-)

  219. Jemma Boak says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a large cheque that would help me set up my own bakery!

  220. Julie Parker says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be an never ending supply of health and happiness for all my family and friends.

  221. Kim deCoteau says:

    A Kitchen Aid (any colour, I’m not fussy) and an airbrush kit :o)

  222. olivia kirby says:

    A house big enough for a proper kitchen and a bedroom for each of the children.

  223. Gill Bland says:

    I would have…a golden whisk? I feel it would be apt. Actually, I’d have a magic wand to wave the kitchen clean after baking :)

  224. Cheryl says:

    Well it would have to be a rat catcher!!! ready and waiting for the new family of rats that have moved in to my back garden!! Ooh the icing prize would be fantastic I could use it as bait!!!(only joking)

  225. Pamela says:

    at the end of my rainbow would be a sunny day with a golden beach to walk on barefoot :-)

  226. bakingaddict says:

    I love your cupcakes especially the rainbow ones. At the end of my rainbow I’d like a time and travel machine so I can transport myself quickly to all the places I need to be at once and stretch out my days so I can bake to my hearts content plus get on with normal life :)

  227. Sara Harrison says:

    It would be a small pot of gold so I could say home and bake everyday x

  228. Denise says:

    My much missed Nana, who taught me how to bake and knit, true treasures.

  229. Jennie Moore says:

    At the end of my rainbow would definitely be all of my family, particularly those that aren’t with us anymore

  230. Gemma says:

    Think it would be my cake making tool box, so wherever the rainbow ends i can still bake some yummy treats :)

  231. Maxine says:

    Health, wealth and happiness. I’m just missing the wealth at the moment ;-)

  232. Fiona says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a wonderful wedding day in August, complete with a beautiful (rainbow coloured!) home made wedding cake if I can get the hang of this decorating malarkey!

  233. Stacey Woods says:

    Definitely an endless pot of money – or maybe a few more hours in the day specifically for housework!!

  234. Sam Bisson says:

    Continued peace of mind,a warm heart and lots of laughter.

  235. Anne Marigold says:

    At the moment it would be improved health for my dear husband. He has oesophageal cancer. They are trying for a cure but it’s so hard and I feel we are sliding down a slippery slope. Sorry to be so gloomy. A rainbow is just what we need.

  236. Tracey Seed says:

    At the end of my rainbow I would like to find happy fulfilled children

  237. Jessica Harker says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be pink whisk! Also the worlds biggest cupcake so I could snack on it and a gingerbread house to live in!!!! I would also have something called ”The Great Book” which has all of the worlds recipe in!!! – thanks for giving me a chance!!!

  238. Claire Smith says:

    At the end of my Rainbow, would be my Grandad, holding my baby, just so I could get a few more mintues with them, to tell them how much I love and miss them

  239. Katharine Furness says:

    Less time at work and more time with my 2 boys :-)

  240. Kathryn says:

    I’d love a shiny new food processor – can’t seem to find one I like x

  241. Becky C says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a new kitchenaid – after I saved up for ages, my beautiful mixer leapt off the workktop :(

  242. Kerry Millhouse says:

    A pirates treasure cove full of gold and goodies!

  243. Kathryn says:

    A leprechaun to clean the kitchen after every baking session lol

  244. Caroline says:

    I would like to see my sixteen year old as a baby again.

  245. Sharon says:

    Judy Garland singing Somehere over the Rainbow,..
    And some very special people who are no longer around!

  246. Sarah says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a new oven that works, and a lovely kitchen aid ariisan…bliss….

  247. Julie Paterson says:

    Time off to spend with my husband and son x

    Keep up the good work with the brilliant blogs.

  248. Jessica says:

    A little bakery as a buisness :-)

  249. Shazia Wahid says:

    My own cupcake business..with lots of smiles and a big pot of gold ;)

  250. sue says:

    at the end of my rainbow it would have to be happiness

  251. Cecilia Clelland says:

    At the end of the rainbow I would love to find the opportunity to stop work and retire and to be able to spend my days in the kitchen baking

  252. Laura Dykes says:

    At the of my rainbow there would be a picnic for 3, my husband, my little boy and me :)

  253. Mary Hollands says:

    I’d be very happy to find the traditional pot of gold!

  254. Han says:

    Right now, at the end of my rainbow there’d be a huge soft bed covered in pillows. With an unlimited supply of chocolate on the nightstand.

  255. Laura Dykes says:

    At the end of my rainbow there would be a picnic for 3, my husband, my little boy and me

  256. Della says:

    A huge pot filled with the knowledge and skill to perfect art of cake making and all sugar craft that I could share with the world :)

  257. Jane Townson says:

    A new house.

  258. Jamie Knupp says:

    The end of my rainbow? A nap!

  259. Dee says:

    at the end of my rainbow would be family and friends enjoying my renshaw rainbow cakes

  260. Emma Roberts says:

    Health and happiness for all my family :-)

  261. Joanne Roe says:

    my beautiful family waiting outside our unique cake and decorating equipment shop with built in kitchen and studio! I love dreams, I love rainbows, I love my family xxx

  262. Lucy Marshall says:

    A house by the sea :)

  263. Lisa Whitworth says:

    At the end of my rainbow will always be my fiance and my 3 beautiful children who mean more to me than all the gold in the world :). It’s my son’s 1st bday in August and he is having a rainbow themed party, I would love to try and re-create these beautiful cupcakes :) xx

  264. Donna Sidebottom says:

    It would be a pair of Mummy and Son KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixers (a full sized one and then could we commission them to make a mini one for my little boy) Can I also be greedy and ask for there to be some calorie free chocolate cake? x

  265. At the end of my rainbow would be a quirky shabby chic coffee shop with my freshly baked cakes being enjoyed by a shop full of customers plus decorated cakes waiting to leave the door to brighten everyone’s birthday. It will be decorated white and red with hints of blue (think nautical) with vintage inspired pieces of furniture. In the corner will be a small stage for amazing bands and singers to play a live set. There will be a little room to the side full of screaming happy little children having fun decorating there own little cupcakes. There will be a someone outside dressed as a cake slice handing out free samples to local passer byers.

    Ermmmmm sorry got carried away there dreaming. They do look fab though x

  266. Sam says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my baby that I lost :(

  267. meg williams says:

    at the end of my rainbow would be david tennant and the tardis just waiting to do a spot of time travelling. :)

  268. lissa mcgregor says:

    I would like to take my little girl (who’s 5) to the end of rainbow to show her “the pot of gold sunshine” as everytime we pass a rainbow she asks “whats at the end Mummy” and my reply is always the same ” a pot of gold sunshine” and of course being 5 can you drive us there Mummy :-)

  269. At the end of my rainbow I would find a beautiful little cake shop with pink awnings and gorgeous white cast iron furniture outside. Inside a small, but perfectly formed commercial kitchen where I could bake without having to worry about being in the way for our everyday life kitchen needs. A nice long queue of people waiting to buy and devour my cupcakes would be nice as well.. Not that I’m greedy :)

  270. At the end of my rainbow would be a lovely new (bigger!) kitchen so that I have space to make yummy treats for my family and friends

  271. Sue Chorley says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be my family waiting to take me on a lovely holiday!

  272. Harriet says:

    At the end of the rainbow would be a book that contains all the cures for every disease and a huge bouncy castle :)

  273. Lauren Thomas says:

    I would like to find the ability to make the perfect macaroons at the end of the rainbow! I mess them up in a different way every time! It was my New Year’s Resolution to conquer them this year. 6.5 months to go…..!

  274. I would love to find at the end of my rainbow my dream family kitchen, with an island in the middle and workspace I can only dream of, then me and my cake business can co exist happily with the family and not always be arguing over space !!!

  275. Rebecca Lord says:

    A little cupcake shop/tea rooms for me to run =D

  276. Emma Lister says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a secure future for my 3 little girls where they wouldn’t want for anything

  277. Biba Osborne says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be all of my family that live in different parts of the world having yummy cakes that I would make. And our beloved cat Charlie in my lap who went missing last Christmas.

  278. kirsty brooks-worley says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be a set of the multi coloured drawers everyone has for their cake decorating. then i might be able to find what im looking for :-)

  279. Kayleigh Sawkins says:

    At the end of my Rainbow is a hot cup of coffee, some choccie digestives and a copy of your Cake Decorating book, time has stopped, and the coffee is endless, and I have all the time in the world to read. Heaven! xx

  280. Dawne says:

    At the end of my rainbow I’d like a sunny day and a picnic for my family at the park. Fresh cream cakes, real cloudy lemonade and a frisby for playing.

  281. Joanne Caldwell says:

    Sunshiny happy days! xxx

  282. Emma Middleton says:

    My two beautiful little girls running around playing in the colourful beams, without a care in the world! x

  283. Helen says:

    I’ve always said that if money was no limit I would buy a building and create an arts center. It would have areas for media, music, crafts etc.
    It would be a place for young people and unemployed to learn new skills for free. There would be cake making courses of course :)
    Might sound cheesy but it’s something I’d love to do. Just need to get that winning Euromillions ticket.

  284. Jo says:

    A sunny summer holidays with us all in good health so we can bake and enjoy the weather with picnics.

  285. Nerys Jones says:

    At the end of the rainbow I wish to see 7 kitchens in the colours of the rainbow so that I could return to my roots and teach Home Economics in the good old fashioned way so that our future generations are not so dependent on ready meals and takeaways. I would love to believe that we have a healthy future.

  286. Laura says:

    At the end of my rainbow i would like to find a cure for cancer so that my mum will see my baby girl grow up xx

  287. Nikki Hayward says:

    My best friend who i lost 11 years ago aged 17 and my Brother in law who we lost in 2011 aged 30, so we can share all the good times that they have missed by not being with us anymore.

  288. Vicky Williams says:

    At the end of my rainbow, this weeks lottery numbers would be good :o)

  289. I’d love to find my own kitchen at the end of the rainbow. Hate living in rented house as I can’t make the kitchen the way I want/need it to be in order to grow my business.

  290. Michelle Warren says:

    At the end of my rainbow, I would have a scrummy red velvet cake captured brilliantly in a big glass cake dome, sitting on a beautiful kitchen countertop, in my new beautiful flat! (Im flat hunting at the moment and i just want to find a perfect kitchen to bake cake in!) xxxx

  291. kim copland says:

    If I could have anything at the end of a rainbow it would have to be a cure for cancer.

  292. Karen says:

    Just asked my 7 year old son what he would like at the end of the rainbow and he said, a toy shop just for him and his sister, but if me and his dad were good we might be allowed in as a treat!

  293. Helen Milligan says:

    My rainbow would have a large pot of gold and the wisdom to decide how best to use it…

  294. Clare Willcocks says:

    I’d like a completed kitchen. Mines been work in progress for two years and it doesn’t make baking very easy :-(

  295. Marie Feighery says:

    I would love Paul Hollywood to be waiting at the other end of the rainbow for me :D

  296. Helen Strother says:

    A handsome man that shares my love of baking and will join in me setting up my dream cake shop :-)

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  298. Kathryn Jenkins says:

    A pot of gold would be nice. And a lifetime supply of champagne!

  299. cathy brown says:

    A brand new kitchen, fully stocked with all things cake decorating, bun making and food cooking! With all the shabby chic/retro accessories money can buy just to add to the prettiness! oh and a double dishwashe so i can mess even more and not have to wash up!! Perfect!! :) oh and this nice icing set giveaway! I dont want much heehee! xx

  300. Alison Page says:

    If I were to win a pink Thermapen it would stop me wasting ingredients when things go wrong because I don’t have a reliable cooking thermometer. Jam making is a nightmare – I never seem to get the setting point right. Cakes can be hit and miss because my oven has a mind of its own. I love all cooking especially baking so this would be amazing.

  301. Jacquie Guess says:

    Rainbows and unicorns what more could a fairy ask for?

  302. LAURA JONES says:

    happiness quite simply

  303. Trish Rimmer says:

    There’d be a secret extra hour in every day, just for me, that I could fill as I pleased (some days that might be as mundane as the ironing!)

  304. Alison says:

    The perfect cupcake :)

  305. Kathleen McKeown says:

    A lovely garden to sit in away from everything !!!

  306. Katy says:

    I’d like a bucket load of nail polish, oh and a new car :-) x

  307. Lexi says:

    A pot of tea and my friends and family :)

  308. Jo Atkins says:

    My rainbow end would be a drive in the car with a flask of hot tea a lovely picnic with Mr Cakista and little cupcake, even if its raining we can stay in the car windows all steamed up and we can draw pictures on them.

  309. Frances Grainger says:

    At the end of my rainbow would be the stripey Smeg fridge, everyday I’d walk into my kitchen and it would make me smile-what better way to start the day?!

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