April Tots100 Parent Blog Hop: Fashion Shame!

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This month, the Tots100 has teamed up with Samsung to encourage you all to share some of your deep, dark secrets with the world.

We’re inviting you to dig into your photo archives (and your wardrobes) to share with us a photograph of ‘My Fashion Shame’.

That’s right. We want to see the dodgy dresses, shameful shoes and baggy-bottomed trousers that you’d rather forget.

We’d love you to write a post including your photo and publish it on your blog before May 14th 2011. Perhaps you want to tell us how your fashion shame came about – or do you own your disaster with pride? Whether it’s parachute pants or a furry gilet (that’s mine) we want to know the ugly truth.

Why would you want to do something like this?

Because our friends at Samsung will be choosing our favourite photograph in a month’s time, from all the entries, and the winner will receive a brilliant Samsung ST600 digital camera worth £175. The ST600 is a stylish point-and-shoot digital camera with a great dual-screen that allows you to see the image while someone is photographing you. It’s simple to use, with a bright touchscreen and lots of extra smart features like face recognition, smile recognition and a fab auto mode that adjusts to the sort of scene you’re photographing.

samsung st600

How to take part:

If you’d like to be in with a shot of winning the Samsung ST600 camera, all you need to do is post a photo on your blog before 5pm on May 14th 2011. Within the post you must mention that the photo is entered into the Tots100 Blog Hop (so we can be sure you want to enter).

To help us find your entry – and so everyone can share in your photo fun – please pop a link on the list at the bottom of this post, too. Entry is restricted to registered Tots100 bloggers in the UK only – click here to register your blog if you haven’t already done so.

Good luck to everyone, and we can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, Trips100 and the Flea Retreat. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 13 year old daughter, Flea.

Discussion8 Comments

  1. I’m really struggling to choose one photo! I have far too many…I picked out over 30 and have now got it down to 17. Gah! Why is it so hard to pick one? Shame overload me thinks.

    I’ll be joining in when I managed to decide which fashion horror to use.

  2. As Blogger went down yesterday my post and entry has been lost. They are still working to restore it. If you go to close the competition and it’s still not restored I’ll need to do the entry again so can you let me know?

  3. Arrrrggg the blogger crash has lost my post for this entry so need to re- submit! In the process of shifting to WordPress!

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