01 December 2013

Giveaway #6 - 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Bonanza - Basil Art Print


My fifth giveaway is a Basil Framed Art Print by Ana Zaja Petrak from EasyArt.

A framed print that would grace any kitchen or dining room beautifully. The print in a Natural ash waxed box frame, with a white mount. The frame measures 52.00 x 40.00 cm and is worth £69.95.

EasyArt is an online art shop, here's a bit about them: 

"We started out 25 years ago in a basement in Brighton. Our belief was simple: art should be for everyone, everywhere, everyday! We wanted to use our passion and expertise to help people discover great affordable prints, whether exciting new works or much-loved classics.


Over the years, we've grown. We now have over 70 dedicated staff members and operate in four different countries. We work closely with leading museums, galleries, organisations and artists, and are constantly searching for fresh talent.


We're still based in Sussex and still just as passionate about how we publish, print, hand-frame and deliver your art with pride, craftsmanship and care"

If you would like to win this gorgeous framed print, just leave me a comment telling me what your favourite herb is and enter using the rafflecopter box below.

This giveaway is UK only and runs until 27 December 2013. The winner will be announced on 28 December 2013.

Good Luck!

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Make sure you don't miss out on all the other giveaways in my Bonanza. Have a look at what's on offer:
  1. £100 BHS Voucher
  2. Black Dog Deli Hamper
  3. Cadburys Hamper
  4. 2 Sets of Cookbooks (Save withJamie by Jamie Oliver & My Little French Kitchen by Rachel Khoo)
  5. £100 VeryCook Voucher
  6. Framed Basil Art Print fromEasyArt
  7. 1 Year’s Supply of PremiumVanilla Products from Taylor & Colledge
  8. 3 Cookbooks (Chocolat by Eric Lanlard, The Vintage Sweets Book by Angel Adoree & How to Make your Own Drinks by Susy Atkins)
  9. Silver Retro Lobby Phone from Red Candy
  10. Yeo Valley Hamper and Cookbook
  11. Fun Kitchen Collection from find-me-a-gift.co.uk
  12. £100 Joules Voucher
  13. Cargo Baking Set
  14. Festive Drinks for Two Hamper from Whittard
  15. £50 Cornishware Voucher
  16. Whisk Breakfast Hamper
  17. 3 x 250g tins of Premium Cuban Coffee (ground orbean) from Alma de Cuba worth £60
  18. Cooks & Co Hamper
  19. Yors Hamper
  20. 50 Luxe Business Cards or 100 Classic BusinessCards from Moo
  21. Small Chocolatier’s Table from Hotel Chocolat(It’s a huge 915g) worth £65


Disclosure: Easyart are providing a framed print for one lucky reader, they also sent me a review product. I was not required to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.   

91 comments:

  1. Parsley- not only do I like it, but my guinea pigs like it too! :)

    I may appear as Izzie on GFC.

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  2. I love rosemary. In anything ! I am a bit obsessed. My favourite is roasties with olive oil and rosemary.

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  3. rosemary because it goes with anything!

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  4. I love mint

    @allreetubadger

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  5. Parsley

    @captainsunflow

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  6. Rosemary - easy to grow and cook with

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  7. Mint for me.;-)

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  8. I love tarragon, closely followed by mint

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  9. Parsley because I loved parsley sauce when I was weaned! A Long time ago now.

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  10. I use basil more than any other herb but my favourite is lemon thyme.

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  11. There's no contest here, I use parsley more than any other herb, it goes in everything!

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  12. I love rosemary and thyme in the winter and basil in the summer :0)

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  13. Oregano is my favourite!

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  14. Tarragon as it is nice and aromatic

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  15. I love.oregano, use it in virtually everything I cook for lunch and dinner, and sometimes sneak it into the scrambled eggs for breakfast!

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  16. Flat leaf parsley is my favorite herb.

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  17. rosemary, just to walk past in the garden and grab a handfull the smell is devine

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  18. I loooove sage. It reminds me of Christmas.

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  19. Thyme. Altogether now: "Parsley Sage Rosemary and Thyme..."

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  20. I love chives, especially in homemade wheat bread!

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  21. I love dried oregano and use it a lot!

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  22. I love basil, the smell & the taste.

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  23. Love the smell - and taste - of mint

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  24. Crikey I guess it depends on what I'm eating but I always remember being surprised the first time I had corriander on a curry, it zoomed the meal into another dimention taste-wise!

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  25. Parsley. So underrated

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  26. cumin , adds tasty flavour to spice up lots of things like cous cous and tagines

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  27. Thyme! Espcially with chicken!

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  28. nexdt to basil, I would say rosemary

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  29. I've recently discovered the awesomeness of thyme, particularly in Cajun cookery - it's in almost everything I cook at the moment!

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  30. Corriander is my fav - makes currys taste so fresh! Jill Reid

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  31. Basil! @Amezeylady

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  32. Basil, because I eat so many tomato-based dishes and I use it frequently.

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  33. Basil - my 4 year old loves to sit and pick leaves off the basil plant and eat them! I try to get him to save enough for making homemade pesto ....

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  34. Georgia McAllisterSunday, 15 December, 2013

    Rosemary, it's really nice with lemon on anything.

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  35. Basil - have some growing on my windowsill.

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  36. fragrant mint - smells amazing in the kitchen xx

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  37. I love chives, easy to grow too.

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