Monday, 7 December 2015

5 'How to Cook Everything' Prints To Be Won!


Paper Plane is an on-line shop which sells cool gifts, prints, mugs and cards.  They stock quirky and cool items, with catchy slogans, funky designs and have something for everyone.

All the designs, made in the UK, are like nothing you’ll find in Clinton’s or The Card Factory, so you can be sure of an original design. And all items are produced by FSC-certified printers.


I love the colour in this carrot print above.


How about this inspirational mug, perfect for a friend who works in an office!


I particularly loved their print ‘How to Cook Everything’ print which you can see below. It features tips on how to cook just about anything in the kitchen – including pancakes, different meats, tempura and special fried rice – a very eclectic mix! There are also handy conversion charts too, Celsius to Fahrenheit and  cups to millilitres for example.


However, the print itself, aside from being extremely handy in the kitchen, is very aesthetically pleasing I’m sure you will agree! For sale at £18 on the website, I have 5 of these cool A2 sized prints to giveaway, to 5 lucky visitors.

All you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter thingamajig below, a blog comment being required minimum. The giveaway is open until the 21 December and the winners will be randomly selected and announced on the Rafflecopter box on this page.


UK residents only – good luck everyone!


Disclosure Statement: I received a copy of the print free. I have not been paid to run this giveaway and any opinions expressed are my own.

78 comments:

  1. Christmas pudding with a dollop of clotted cream

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  2. Got to be Christmas pud with brandy icecream! But I'm also making a chocolate orange trifle because I'm greedy like that! ;o)

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  3. Christmas pudding of course!!!

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  4. I'm making a proper old fashioned cherry brandy trifle

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  5. I don't know yet! I let my boyfriend decide, last year he chose Missisippi Mud Pie, but he hasn't submitted his final decision for this year yet.

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  6. My mum's cherry almond white cake made with maraschino cocktail cherries with white frosting. My mum is from the USA and we tend not to have traditional Christmas our as we're not so keen on it. My grandmother makes this so my mum carries on this tradition over here in the UK :-)

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  7. haven't decided yet - probably traditional christmas pudding for the kids, something chocolatey for the adults.

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  8. We always have sherry trifle on Christmas day, always a hit.

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  9. I think it will be some form of cake. Yum yum.mi adore these prints x

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  10. I am making coffee and walnut cake :)

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  11. Christmas pudding if I can fit it in. Or mince pies.

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  12. Christmas pudding - handmade by my brother the chef.

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  13. We haven't decided yet. But probably yule log or something chocolatey

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  14. Chocolate Fudge Cake
    Claire D

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  15. Ooh, I don't know. We're off to a neighbours.

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  16. My mum always does loads! Trifle and Apple Pie will definitely be on the menu!

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  17. We're not big sweet fans (though I always make some truffles) so we'll be having a fantastic cheese feast for afters

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  18. Christmas pudding with brandy sauce!

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  19. Variety of good cheeses and biscuits/crackers
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  20. we will have a choice of Christmas pudding or pavalova

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  21. Christmas pud with brandy butter and maybe a dollop of chantilly cream. Well, it is Christmas after all.

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  22. My husband likes the traditional Christmas Pud, I like putting a dollop of brandy butter under the lid of a hot home-made mince pie. Mmmmm

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  23. Christmas pudding with clotted cream

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  24. I tend to cook a fruit cake, similar to Christmas pudding, but far less rank.

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  25. Some homemade chocolate fondants with caramel centers and lots of ice cream!

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  26. Carrot cake (Lorraine Saeed)

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  27. sherry trifle and i like to put of apple sauce in my bowl to.

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  28. We are having vanilla kipferl (traditional Austrian biscuits) baked by me :) and also having a cheese and biscuit platter a little later on

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  29. We're having my mum's homemade gorgeous trifle! I want some now just thinking about it :)

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  30. Toffee cheesecake & xmas pudding

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  31. Profiteroles Christmas pudding and cheese and biscuits

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  32. We are very traditional on Christmas Day and always have Christmas Pudding with custard, even though at least two members of my family don't like it .. they eat it though, as it has to be done! It's tradition!

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  33. Christmas Pudding and Brandy Cream

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  34. Christmas Pudding or Toffee Cheesecake

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  35. I have no idea! We haven't actually decided yet :-\ it won't be Christmas Pudding though

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  36. Im having Christmas pudding with Brandy Sauce, the rest are having chocolate bomb pudding with chocolate custard

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  37. We're having my mother in law's yummy homemade Christmas pud - so good!

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  38. It will be Xmas pudding or trifle

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  39. chocolate ice cream--no yucky christmas pud

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  40. Strawberry trifle

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  41. This would be so handy to have in the kitchen as I'm always dashing down our long hallway to the lounge to look things up on the computer! Thank you and Merry Xmas!

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  42. Christmas Pudding x Merry Christmas x

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  43. Well dessert is a hard choice in this house I am going to make an amaretto cheesecake I think, or baileys then there will be Christmas pudding or Yule log too

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  44. I will have Christmas Pudding for my mum and dad but a chocolate gateau for me, hubby and the kids.

    Kirsty Fox

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  45. Chocolate fudge cake for me please!

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  46. Trying my hand at Xmas pudding....my mum normally makes it but am going to be bbrave and give it a go this year.merry Xmas!

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  47. We haven't got ours yet ugh it will be something chocolatey

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  48. Christmas pud and custard. Delicious!

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  49. We just get some ice cream in because normally, everyone is too full for dessert!

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  50. Probably Christmas pud, but there will also be some homemade trifle knocking about!

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  51. Christmas pudding with clotted cream xx

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  52. Christmas pud with brandy butter :)

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  53. Trifle or (mostly likely) Black forest Gateaux

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