Easter Bake & Make Competition!

Win £500 in John Lewis Vouchers in my Blogger Competition with TwoLittleFleas!

Feeling lucky? I’ve teamed up with bingo review portal TwoLittleFleas to run a super fun and creative Easter baking challenge.

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Hot Cross Bun Loaf

Make an Easter Inspired Bake

We’re looking for baking & foodie bloggers to create and share your Easter-inspired bakes and makes – from chocolate eggs to cake-based Easter baskets it’s time to get creative!

It doesn’t need to be complex nor do you need to be an expert in baking, just have fun and see what you come up with!

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Creme Egg Lambs

How to Enter

You need to create a blog post that features your edible Easter make. You can be as imaginative and creative as you like in your post, we’re looking for entries that really capture the essence of Easter. Feel free to use photos and videos alongside ingredients and method in your entry.

To enter, all we ask is that the post is a previously unpublished post and that you include a link to Two Little Fleas (http://www.twolittlefleas.co.uk/) or embed our competition badge in your post.

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You need to publish your entry by April 20th 2014 and share a link to your entry in the widget at the bottom of the blog post before midnight on that date.  The winners will be contacted directly and announced on the blog by Monday 5th May 2014.

If you’ve entered, please feel free to tweet @twolittlefleas and we’ll share your lovely Easter Bake blog post with our followers too!

The Prizes!

  • The winning post, as decided by the Two Little Fleas team will win a whopping £500 in John Lewis vouchers to spend on cooking & baking goodies (or whatever you fancy!)
  • There is also a second prize of £250 in John Lewis vouchers to the first runner up
  • But that’s not all! There are even more chances to win, as our 3rd, 4th & 5th place entrants will each receive £50 in John Lewis vouchers.

Submit Your Entry

We can’t wait to see what you come up with – best of luck!

Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire

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18 Responses to Easter Bake & Make Competition!

  1. Beccy says:

    Your sheep look amazing!

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  10. Here is my entry for the Easter bake competition. I hope that you like it :)

    Thank you


  11. Here is my entry for the Easter bake competition. I hope that you like it :)

    Thank you


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  14. Rachael Ford says:

    Hi Ruth,

    I can’t wait to find out the results of the Easter Bake and Make Competition.

    Could you let me know when the results will be announced? Or perhaps put the announcement date on your blog?

    Thanks Ruth

    Kind regards


  15. Rachael Ford says:

    Thanks Ruth,

    I love your blog! My favourite is your cheese and onion bread with the lovely round balls. I have made it loads of times.

    It does not last long!


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