Feeling lucky? Tots100 Competitions Round-up for April

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Everybody loves winning free stuff, right?  And lots of our lovely bloggers give away free stuff on their sites.  So, to help you find out who’s giving away what and where, I’m starting a regular round-up of blog competitions.  Some are running for a couple of weeks, but some only open for a few more days, so hurry up and get entering!

First up is a plethora of giveaways on Fuss Free Flavours, including some fab kitchen scissors and a homebaking hamper that looks could be very tempting for cake lovers.  Ninja Killer Cat is giving away a microwave, which is a great prize if you happen to need one.

Live Otherwise is giving away a gorgeous, fluffy, little owl from Barefoot Books and Emmy’s Mummy has tickets to the Baby Show.  Over at A Party of Seven there’s a Lorax DVD up for grabs and on Dellilah’s Notebook there’s a selection of beauty goodies.

Unique Young Mum has a Lego Ninja Turtle giveaway on her blog, which my children are desperate to win!  I didn’t even know that Ninja Turtles were back in, but any Lego is good Lego.

Super Lucky is a blog just about competitions.  For April, they’ve got a kids’ special full of giveaways and contests to keep children and parents busy over the Easter holidays.   If your child is a fan of One Direction, they’re in for a treat – but hurry, this one closes soon (and if you enter for yourself I won’t tell!).

There’s a £25 kids designer clothing voucher up for grabs at Little Rascal Reviews, and over at Not My Year Off there are lovely grown up accessories to be won. Mama Mummy Mum has a WOW toy on offer, and Mama Geek has a London Pet Show bundle, including a family ticket.

That little lot should keep you busy for the next couple of weeks!  If you win anything let us know, we love a success story.  And if you’d like your competition to be included in a future round-up, tweet us at @Tots100 or leave a message on Facebook.

Happy comping!

Every day of the week, Good Reads brings you the best and brightest content from Tots100, the UK parent blog network. Our community of more than 7,500 parent bloggers have a combined monthly audience of more than 10m readers, writing about everything from parenting to politics, food and fashion.

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