Win a personalised cake tin from Jonny’s Sister [closed]

personalised cake tin

There is never cake in my house: because the minute I make any someone has come home from school or work and scoffed it all.
But now I have somewhere to hide it; somewhere I can store it that tells everyone it’s MY cake!
This fabulous enamel cake tin is a lovely teal colour (sorry my photo doesn’t really show that off) and has been personalised just for me.
I absolutely love it. It’s from a quintessentially English online company called Jonny’s Sister which makes wonderful gifts from bunting and fabric letters, to personalised signs, kitchenware and dog bowls. As well as the personalise cake tin.

And as you can see, I was on the case straight away making a Victoria Sponge to go in there.
This recipe is a Mary Berry Victoria Sponge (in celebration of the Great British Bake Off!) and I can’t recommend it highly enough. It’s so simple to make and tastes light and buttery.
It never ever lasts more than two days in this house. Perfect with a cup of tea or for adding to lunch boxes for a little treat.

mary berry victoria sponge

mary berry victoria sponge cake Personalised cake tins

How to enter

So, my personalised enamel tin, how would you like to have one too?
To mark the final of the Great British Bake Off I have teamed up with the lovely people at Jonny’s Sister to offer one of these tins to one of my readers.

They make the perfect gift for anyone who fancies themselves as a bit of a Mary Berry, or you could just keep it for yourself!
The tins are all hand painted by local sign writers in Somerset, so you can guarantee if you win your tin will be unique! They retail at £37.75 each.

Check out the Jonny’s Sister website for the two different colours the tin comes in and the style of lettering you can have.
You can also check out the other enamel goods they have which can be personalised.

So, to enter this giveaway all you have to do is fill in the Rafflecopter entry widget below.
Ready, set, BAKE!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Rules: The competition is open to residents of the UK only (sorry rest of the world).
No cash alternative offered.
The prize is 1 personalised enamel cake tin from Jonny’s Sister worth £37.75.
Entry is via Rafflecopter.
Make sure your contact details are easily available.
The competition closes on Saturday, October 18 2014.
One winner will be chosen at random from all the entries after the closing date.
The winner will be asked to provide their full name and address for the prize to be sent to.
If a prizewinner does not respond within a week of being contacted, the prize will be re-drawn and a new winner will be contacted.

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33 Responses to Win a personalised cake tin from Jonny’s Sister [closed]

  1. tracyknixon says:

    A coffee and walnut gateau!

  2. sian says:

    I wouldn't be, I don't bake or eat cake but Betty does and she would love this! She makes a mean Lemon drizzle.
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  3. traceysaysitall says:

    A Lemon Drizzle Cake xxx

  4. mine would be raisin scones with clotted cream and jam
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  5. Helen ward says:

    My dolly mixture celebration cake

  6. Elizabeth Briggs says:

    Banana Bread 🙂

  7. laura banks says:

    chocolate fudge cake

  8. kim plant says:

    my winter iced buns x

  9. J welsh says:

    Fruit cake

  10. kimmer2111 says:

    Lemon Drizzle Cake….It's the only cake I can bake perfectly every time! x
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  11. It would have to be marble cake. It’s the only cake I’ve ever got perfect! Or even close to perfect. Usually they burn but this always turns out OK somehow!

  12. frances hopkins says:

    Fruit cake x

  13. kellyjo walters says:

    my maltesser, caramel, banana and choc chip cheesecake

  14. nataliewhite91 says:

    My carrot cake 🙂

  15. helen says:

    lemon meringue cake – yum yum yum (even Ben fogle who had a piece at at coffee morning a couple of years ago would agree!)

  16. Claire Davies says:

    Victoria Sandwich – with a twist! Wish I could add a photo!!

  17. Suita says:

    A coffee and walnut cake ! That's the only type of cake that my 5yr old turns his nose up at which means I don't have to fend anyone off while eating a huge slice !!

  18. emma button says:

    A chocolate fruit cake with stunning royal icing. I love icing now.

  19. Robyn Logan Clarke says:

    A chocolate mayonaise cake with white chocolate ganache decorated with iris' made with moulding icing

  20. katie skeoch says:

    a fabulous carrot cake, moist sponge with lots of icing – scrummy

  21. marisworld says:

    Whisky Toddy cake – it's delicious and I haven't done it for years. I'm going to hunt down the recipe now and make it for you
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  22. Lucy @ BakingQueen74 says:

    My signature would be a special Victoria sponge
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  23. Merry says:

    Apple muffins,according to dh. It’s the only thing I make.

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  25. hannah igoe says:

    A carrot cake with cream cheese icing

  26. libprice says:

    A chocolate yogurt cake – about the only thing I can bake!!

  27. kim neville says:

    chocolate mousse

  28. Natalie Crossan says:

    Deconstructed spotted dick!

  29. Lemon drizzle cupcakes with a lemon curd centre

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