Center Parcs January Challenge

January 4th, 2013

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Happy New Year and welcome to a brand new Center Parcs family blogging challenge!

As you know, each month Tots100 and Center Parcs come up with a challenge designed to help you and your family explore nature, get creative and have fun! This month’s challenge, which gives you the chance to become a Center Parcs Family Blogger, is all about relaxation. We’d love you to create your very own sanctuary at home and next week we’ll be publishing tips from the fabulous Aqua Sana spa manager to help you on your way!

Once you’ve found time to relax just send a tweet including the hashtag #CPFamilyBreaks to @tots100 and @CenterParcsUK, linking to your blog post with the pics of your sanctuary and tips on how to create the experience, and you could win a family break with Center Parcs. This month’s challenge closes at 4pm on 25th January, so watch this space for inspiration and tips, coming soon! Please find the full terms and conditions for the challenge here.

We’d also love to take a moment to thank all the wonderful bloggers who took part in last month’s challenge, to come up with a poem about the Perfect Elf – you can check out the entries below!

December Challenge Entries

Catch a Single Thought  recommends reindeer treats. Sounds good to us.

Domestic Goddesque sets stringent height requirements.

It’s all about the joy for Holly Bobbs 

Mumatalk has come up with her very own ELF WRAP – get it?

Emma and 3 wrote her poem while on a family break to Center Parcs – perfect!

Is there an elf hiding in the Christmas tree, wonders Mummy’s Random Blog?

Cheshire Claire has two of the cutest elves we’ve ever seen!

There are wonderful elf pictures on this post from Beesley Buzz 

And cute Christmas photos on this entry from This Day I Love 

Why should kids be the only ones dressing up? Quite right, Emma Dunn.

We love this picture of Erin the Elf, from My Little 3 and Me

A Mummy Too managed to work ‘singular pronoun’ into her poem. IMPRESSIVE.

Dragons and Fairy dust came up with a wonderful poem for their entry

Excellent elf job application from Hertfordshire Mummy 

Did you know elves can change nappies? According to Mother Geek they can.

Mummy Beautiful has come up with an incredibly heart-warming elf poem

Wit Wit Woo and Dexter made a fab video for their entry – well done, Dexter!

Possibly one of the best family photos EVER over on Purple Mum 

Raisie Bay imagines what happens at Elf School

Rock n Roll Mum has a great list of what makes the perfect elf

Susie Hunter has a fabulous poem – all about joy (and there are reindeers)

Vevivos has a wonderful idea – elves must learn the elf-abet!

Kiddycharts has come up with a ninja elf – and why not?

Mummy Mummy Mum has the most perfect drawing on her poem – gorgeous!

We agree with Ramblings of a Suburban Mummy – elves are NOT grown-ups!

I love that the elves in Family Adventure Project’s entry have an MSc in calligraphy!

Cutest Christmas card EVER over on Ginger Bisquite

Actually Mummy is showcasing some reluctant colouring in over on her blog

 



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Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, BlogSummit and the MAD Blog Awards. When she’s not working, she can be found blogging at Who’s the Mummy, or having fun with her 7 year old daughter, Flea.

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  1. Posted 5 January 2013 at 12:08 pm | Permalink

    Fantastic can not wait to enter this one!

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