Friday, 3 March 2017

Win a Red Nose Day Bundle



With Red Nose Day just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about Bake Sales. It’s a great way to fundraise as everyone loves cake.



Comic Relief’s main aim is to “bring about positive and lasting change in the lives of poor and disadvantaged people, which we believe requires investing in work that addresses people's immediate needs as well as tackling the root causes of poverty and injustice” here in the UK and Africa.

Red Nose Day, as I’m sure we all know, is held every other year alternating with Sport Relief. It’s a day to do something funny for money or just raise cash in any way we can, including a good bake sale.


To raise awareness of the cause, I have a bundle of Red Nose Goodies to give away – an adult apron, a children’s apron, colouring in book and a kids t-shirt – available in sizes age 2 to 10.

Here’s the official word on these fab prizes:

HomeSense has partnered with renowned fashion and portrait photographer Rankin to create exclusive aprons for Red Nose Day 2017. With all the ingredients to become a design classic, the apron features a selection of unique, quirky and quintessentially British animal portraits including Rankin’s own dog. HomeSense is an official Red Nose Day partner for the third time and this year a host of celebrities have been photographed by iconic photographer Rankin wearing the apron to help raise money for Comic Relief. The campaign is being fronted by the Hairy Bikers, Si King and Dave Myers. The bikers will be supported by a whole host of celebrities including , Nadine Coyle, Pearl Lowe, Nadiya Hussain, Jodie Kidd, Susanna Reid, Kimberley Wyatt, Lesley Joseph & Linda Robson, Una Healy, The Hemsley Sisters, Ella Mills (Deliciously Ella), Fay Ripley, Vogue Williams and Tim Lovejoy.
The adult apron, priced at £12.99, will be available to buy in HomeSense and TK Maxx stores from 13th February and online at tkmaxx.com and rednoseday.com. With at least £5 from every adult apron sale going to Comic Relief, the money will help people living incredibly tough lives in the UK and across Africa.
The HomeSense Red Nose Day range, created by Rankin, also features a new children’s apron encouraging the whole family to join in the bake sale action by getting creative in the kitchen. Further products in the collection include a tea towel and a range of kids T-shirts also a designed by Rankin, as well as a leather journal and a colouring-in notebook.
A spokesperson for HomeSense said: “Rankin has really risen to the challenge with this year’s apron design, encouraging adults and children to get in the kitchen and make their bakes matter.
The quirky and unique design featuring an image of man’s best friend (Rankin’s own dog) and a range of other animals, will encourage people to grab an apron, get messy in the kitchen and support the good work that Comic Relief does to help transform people’s lives here in the UK where we have customers and stores and across Africa.”


Rankin said: “When I was asked to create this year’s Red Nose Day exclusive collection for HomeSense I agreed without hesitation. It is a fantastic cause and I knew it would be a lot of fun. What you’re seeing is some of the best talent in the animal business and, although I’m never one for nepotism, my own dog got on the team sheet. I wanted to make these images as cute and fun as possible and I hope I have included something for everyone which encourages both adults and children to get in the kitchen and raise some dough for Comic Relief.”

To be in with a chance of winning these prizes, enter via the Rafflecopter thingamajig below. Leave a comment telling me what you would make for a bake sale. You can also tweet about the giveaway too.

The competition is open until the 10th March for UK residents only. Good luck!

177 comments:

  1. Lots of different flavoured cupcakes decorated in different toppings :) x

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  2. I would make chocolate Brownies, they always go down well!

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  3. I'd make some chocolate cupcakes! Or lemon drizzle cake!

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  4. I would bake sone cup cakes with red icing on

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  5. We would make some biscuits and decorate them with red noses

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  6. This would be great for my boys bake sale

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  7. Family has a friend who bakes as a hobby, and provides us with delicious cakes, biscuits, etc. Would request Butterfly cakes and Victoria sponge for Red Nose Day. He would possibly decorate them in a way to mark /acknowledge Red Nose Day.

    Rachel Craig

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  8. Millionaires shortcake

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  9. I am not very talented at baking so I would make rice crispies chocolate cakes, they always seem to sell well especially with children.

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  10. I would make some cupcakes with red icicng

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  11. I would bake biscuits that could be cut and decorated with various designs, simple but successful!

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  12. Ann Marie Gould5 March 2017 at 21:30

    i would make a good old fashioned victoria sponge!

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  13. My special choc chip cookies yum ⚡

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  14. I would make Banana Bread :)

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  15. Chocolate Fudge Cake

    @rachiegr

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  16. I think I would make cookies :)

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  17. Joshua Normanton5 March 2017 at 22:48

    I'd make a malteasers

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  18. My chocolate muffins, but brightly decorated

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  19. Victoria sponge with lemon icing and filling

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  20. Pokemon topped fairy cakes, they'd go down well at the moment I'm sure

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  21. Nicely decorated cup cakes

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  22. Red velvet cupcakes
    Mariel P

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  23. My lovely cream clotted shortbread

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  24. Flapjacks - simple to make but tasty & oaty

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  25. Chocolate cupcakes iced decorated with white icing & a smiley face and topped with a red nose moulded with icing

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  26. Cup cakes with red icing and a Maltesers on top.

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  27. Red nose cup cakes, they always sell well

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  28. Chocolate brownies. Easy to make and delicious to eat.

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  29. Millionaires shortbread,fairy cakes and red nose cakes!

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  30. i can only make cup cakes lol x

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  31. i love making chocolate chip rainbow cookies! mmmm

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  32. I'd bake a lemon drizzle traybake!

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  33. Chocolate flapjacks! So tasty and easy to make

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  34. Michelle Smith6 March 2017 at 14:52

    Victoria sponge

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  35. giant round red velvet cake!!

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  36. Elisabeth Ries6 March 2017 at 18:57

    Cupcakes - because everyone loves them

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  37. I would make some millionaires shortbread - with a twist! :)

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  38. Like making Rocky Road x

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  39. I would make butterfly cakes always a winner and go down well with the kids :-)

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  40. If I baked I would have to pay someone to eat it

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  41. Cupcakes decorated with buttercream :)

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  42. Red Velvet Cupcakes

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  43. Mini Individual Lemon Drizzle cakes! Love them!

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  44. For my son's bake sale we're making cookies decorated with smarties! :)

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  45. My tasty brownies with cherry red noses

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  46. GINNY SATHERLEY7 March 2017 at 17:31

    Easter Nests but with red m+ms instead of mini eggs :)

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  47. Banana bread then I can get everyone involved !

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  48. We would make butterfly cakes :) always fun to do!

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  49. I would make my delicious bread and butter pudding

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  50. Amanda Gregory8 March 2017 at 11:28

    Scones because that are just about all I can make well :-)

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  51. I would make banana loaf - done this before and it was really popular with those who don't like chocolate cakes

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  52. I would make chocolate fairy cakes!

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  53. Sadiyya Maryam xxxx8 March 2017 at 21:14

    Cherry flapjacks!

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  54. chocolate orange brownies! :)

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  55. i would make some cupcakes and let my daughters decorate them.

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  56. I would make... cupcakes or macaronos x

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  57. Rocky road tray bake always goes down well ;-)

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  58. I would make chocolate bun, with sweets on.

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  59. Chocolate Refridgerator cake - apparently it's my forte!

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  60. I would make lemon drizzle cakes

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  61. Emma Schofield. I would make chocolate cup cakes.

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  62. Chocolate brownies and Lemon drizzle squares

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  63. Cupcakes with Red Noses on them x

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  64. I would make pikelets, which are a smaller version of a sweet fluffy pancake.

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  65. Chocolate chilli brownies, cookies and shortbread. (@PeanutHog)

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  66. My mum always used to make Scotch pancakes for the school sale. I'd have a try at them.

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  67. I would make cornflake flapjacks because they are the only thing I make consistently well.

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  68. Cupcakes, red nose themed, tray bakes like Millionaire Shortbread, Coconut slices

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  69. we would make a giant red nose sponge cake with red icing mmmm

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  70. I would make chocolate covered flapjacks because the kids seem to enjoy them. Thanks for this giveaway and good luck everyone :)

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  71. Parkin made from my mother in laws receipe

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  72. I would make gruffalo cupcakes! I made them for my little girls 1st birthday and they were a big hit with the kids! x

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  73. lynsey Buchanan9 March 2017 at 22:42

    Bakewell tarts and the cherries could represent the Red Nose

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  74. I'd make butterfly buns, they always go down well! Chocolate ones with a chocolate middle & chocolate buttercream (yum!) and vanilla ones with a lemon middle & buttercream. Mmmmm mmm!

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  75. Gluten free chocolate brownies Louise ryves

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  76. Samantha Bolter10 March 2017 at 07:48

    Red Nose cupcakes

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  77. mary berry whole lemon cake. it is lovely.

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  78. banana and chocolate loaf cake

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  79. Red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese icing

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  80. cupcakes, yummy (@beckaustin)

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  81. Would love this lot for my kiddies thanks! I would make Coconut & Jam Muffins! I'm not the greatest baker but my kiddies all love those, especially when served with a bit o' custard!

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  82. I would make chocolate brownies yum

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  83. Red nose day smiley face cupcakes

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  84. I would make strawberry muffins with red icing and a strawberry on top

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  85. Me and the kids love making chocolate covered flapjack slices we love them and they are so simple too

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  86. I would make fruit cakes and flower pop cakes

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  87. red nose day themes flapjack! healthy (still yummy!) and colourful patterns related to red nose day.

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  88. I Would make some funny cupcakes and one of our favourite a Victoria Sponge edged with strawberry laces with buttons and chocolate eggs on top :)

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  89. I'd make a Victoria sponge covered in red icing and decorated like a Red Nose face!

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  90. Cupcakes with red noses!

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  91. I would make
    My famous chocolate orange brownies

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  92. Fairy cakes with a surprise raspberry jam centre for the red nose!

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