Do you and your DCs love arts and crafts? Cadbury Dairy Milk is on the hunt to find the country's most artistic family. To get this competition started we're looking for 50 Mumsnetters to get creative with a Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg 'N' Spoon box.
Cadbury say, "We're really looking forward to hearing about the fun Mumsnetters had making their Egg 'N' Spoon box creations and, of course, seeing the pictures! We really hope that getting creative with your DCs will bring out those spontaneous moments of joy."
This product test is open to all UK Mumsnetters with at least 1 child. All the Mumsnetters who are selected will be sent a box of Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg 'N' Spoon.
You may have seen the thread asking Mumsnetters to share their spontaneous moments of joy they've shared with their DCs. Tying into this we're asking Mumsnetters to create their own shared moment together with their DCs with Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg 'N' Spoon, after enjoying the eggs in the unique purple carton, by making something fun from the left over box.
To get you started we'll send you two how-to guides on how to make musical instruments from the left over box, which you can follow and add your own personal touches to. We'd love it if testers would also be able to upload pictures of their creations onto the feedback thread and simply tell us about the fun you had making it.
All the testers who post their pictures and feedback onto the feedback thread will be entered into a prize draw and one lucky MNer will win a £200 John Lewis voucher. Testers will also automatically be entered into Cadbury's wider competition to find the country's most artistic family which will open along with the feedback thread. The prize for this Mumsnetwide competition will be a £250 John Lewis voucher.
If you're up for this project please fill out the sign up form here. Please note the Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg 'N' Spoon will be send out w/c 10th February and we're looking for feedback w/c 17th February - so please only apply if you're around during this time.
Seems like a cunning way of getting mnetters to buy a pack of the product, then the kids will love them, and will ask for them when they see them in the shop! They could ' select' only 2 people to get the freebies! So I'll buy normal egg boxes with nutritional contents for my crafts thanks. Cynical about child marketing, yip