16 May 2012

Jubilee Review and Giveaway!



With the Queen's Jubilee just a few weeks away many of us are purchasing flags and bunting and planning garden parties to celebrate 60 years of her reign.


The lovely people at Prezzybox have a great selection of gift ideas for everyone and they have kindly provided me with 2 British themed products to review... and another two are up for grabs for your Jubilee Celebrations!


British Street Party Cake Stands




These British themed stands will present your cupcakes (and other snacks) perfectly for your garden or street party this June. They are made from sturdy card and are so simple to assemble it really is a piece of cake! The tiers have different images on and are reversible so you can pick and choose your favourite. An ideal centrepiece for any table and they can be used for other celebrations too as they are easy to take apart and store back in the bag they arrive in.


 Brit Plucker Set




This stylish yet practical set is a stunning duo for your handbag. The magnifying mirror is great for makeup application when on the go and the professional grade tweezers are ideal for removing stray hairs. With the Jubilee and Olympics on the horizon this little set is super!


If you fancy buying these lovely items or shopping from a huge variety of other fantastic products you can head over to Prezzybox.


WIN
For a chance to get your hands on your own British Street Party Cake Stands and Brit Plucker Set you can enter below!

The closing date is May 30th.
Good Luck!

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87 comments :

  1. great items, i love anything brit themed, were doing our bedroom in a london/union jack theme, i love that theres so much choice about because of the jubilee and olypics :) x

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  2. spending more time with the family

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  3. I hope to spend it with an ice cold cider

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  4. we will be away camping, and will join in any celebrations on the campsite

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  5. Going to work to make sure that the British public have a happy holiday!

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  6. i will be dressing up in red white and blue and enjoying a lovely street party :)

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  8. I wont be doing much at all. Probably enjoying everybody being in a good mood because they have an extra day off.

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  9. i'll be in the pub

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  10. we are having family and friends round to celebrate

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  11. I work weekends so will be working through the celebrations

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  12. family barbecue

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  13. Not sure yet but there are local events on so may go to one of those.

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  14. I will be going to a party at our local village hall.

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  15. I will be celebrating with family :)

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  16. we are having family and friends round to celebrate

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  17. We are having friends and family over, and whether its rain or shine we will have lots of food, lots of booze and lots of fun. We will make it themed and everybody will dress up.

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  18. Eating cake and drinking tea!

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  19. Kelly Hockings16 May 2012 at 23:00

    My kids school is doing a "playground" party for them so I am helping out with that! :-)

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  20. feast and celebration with family x

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  21. Great prize would love to win and celebrate with the family.

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  22. we are having a street party x

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  23. No street party I know of so will be spending it at home with the family.

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  24. im hoping to be spending it with friends, having a little get together :)

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  25. I will be at work and we are having a party for the patients. I work with people with dementia

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  26. We are having a Afternoon Tea themed street party!

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  27. Nathalie Taylor17 May 2012 at 14:53

    I will be having a BBQ for my family and friends

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  28. FAMILY DAY PARTY FOR US

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  29. Taking Riley to a Jubilee picnic hosted by our local surestart centre xx

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  30. We are moving house so will have a family picnic in our new garden x

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  31. im off to london to visit the queen - well to sit outside buck house and watch the parade.

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  32. A bbq if the weather holds up.

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  33. We're having a family party on the Bank Holiday Tuesday, combining a buffet of British dishes (e.g mini toad in the holes, strawberries and cream, of course coronation chicken!) and watching the TV coverage of the parade route, service at St Paul's and the flyover at Buckingham Palace. And patriotically waving our mini Union Jacks throughout :0)

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  34. The plan is to have a little gathering of close family and friends with Brit foods and copious amounts of wine, weather permitting.

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  35. Jubilee lunch and eating far too much

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  36. Huge party whatever the weather!

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  37. Either party in street or at local cillage

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  38. hopefully joining in on the street party

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  39. Taking the kids to a street party.

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  40. Gatecrashing a street party!

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  41. Our village has a community picnic in the park, then I expect we'll have a BBQ at ours with friends!

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  42. We will be just having major family time, food, drink, crafts, and hopefully being outdoors!

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  43. We're going up to the Family Fun Day in Hyde Park - we're taking a picnic and I'm hoping to get lots of good photos of people being patriotic, and having fun. I just hope the rain stays away on the day!

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  44. We have some good friends who are out and about all weekend with their little marching band raising money for charity at several events, so I think we shall go and show our support and join in the fun. It has to include sunshine (??), bunting and endless cups of tea!

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  45. spending quality time with my family

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  46. A small get together

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  47. Nancy Bradford21 May 2012 at 21:41

    A small family party.

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  48. We are going to the Victorian town at Ironbridge where they are having a jubilee party.. for Queen Victoria!

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  49. the estate where I live is having a street party, with food, and kids entertainment in the day, then burgers and hotdogs in the evening with singing and dancing and a few drinks for the adults x

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  50. Having a 1952 themed street/friends party, weather permitting!

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  51. Snacks, drink in, family round, TV on and enjoy the spectacle. Hope it is as good as the last Royal Wedding. Hope Philip Schofield is hosting somewhere, he was so funny last time.

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  53. I will be visiting with my neighbour and her children for dinner and a get together. Her two older boys will be going to London with her parents for the Jubilee so she wanted to do something together before they go. We decided to suprise her and her daughter by taking them to Camelot with us.

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  54. Not sure if we're having a party at home or a street party :)

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  55. BBQ in garden with a few drinks to toast the Queen. Watching festivities on the TV.

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  56. Making sure my step daughter has a fab time with us!

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  57. Meeting up with old school friends. It only happens about once a year so am really looking forward to it! xoxo

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  58. Chilling out on my local common with a picnic, Pimms, family and friends :) xo

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  59. Walking the beat at al the celebrations

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  60. Weather permitting we will be having a family bbq

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  61. I am going to my mother-in-laws for a family party :)

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  62. we are having the whole family together ! 4 generations !!!

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  63. I'm having a picnic in the local park :)

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  64. The whole family are coming round to a BBQ - it will be hectic and noisy and lots of fun. Games, food and laughter a wonderful way to spend the afternoon, lift spirits and celebrate.

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  65. We went to a jubilee party on saturday in our local area, my girls won the fancy dress competition! we will be having a BBQ with family this weekend

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  66. We're going to a big street party in Lutterworth with most of our family. :-)

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  67. We Will be having a BBQ with friends and family

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  68. We are having a street party!

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  69. we are having a family bbq. hope the weather will be nice!

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  70. I'm off to London to see the queen....

    Travelling down Saturday, going to the theatre Saturday night,then Sunday will be spent in Hyde Park at the Jubilee Family Festival, then hopefully off to the Thames to see the boats, then theatre again Sunday night then home (exhausted but happy) on Monday ;-) can't wait!!!

    Then when I get home we're having our own Jubilee party for friends and family. I really will be shattered!

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  71. subscribed by rss feed to google reader @piperanddaisy

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  72. I commented on 'What sort of a mum are you?'

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  73. Our save the library group are having a village green party

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  74. Having a BBQ with the family

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  75. Having a children only tea party. ( I know i'm brave ) We cant afford to do individual birthday parties this year so are having one joint big jubilee party

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  76. I will be spending time with my family and friends have lots of fun as well :) xx

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