Win £200 of books from Search Press!

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Win £200 of your choice of craft books from Search Press


Win £200 of craft books from Search Press


Search Press are the leading art and crafts publisher in the UK. They sell hundreds of sewing related titles covering quilting, dressmaking, embroidery, textile art, bag making and more plus they are the UK distributors for the popular C & T books from America. They are also the publishers of my book, Craft a Creative Business.

They have teamed up with us to bring you an amazing giveaway, the lucky winner will receive £200 of books of their choice from the Search Press website! The picture above illustates the amount of books you could get if you win, and shows you some of their popular sewing titles.


To enter

Search Press are looking to grow their social media following so they can spread the word about exciting new titles so this giveaway is being run on social media. You can enter once per platform, giving you a total of 3 entries maximum.


Facebook – Like the Search Press Facebook page and comment on their post about this competition to say what your favourite Seach Press title is.

Instagram – Follow @searchpress on Instagram and re-gram their post about this giveaway, you could screenshot the image below and share if you prefer. Make sure you use the hashtag #searchpressgiveaway so we can find your entry.

Twitter – Follow @searchpress on Twitter and retweet their post about this competition.

Please note – Only 1 entry per platform allowed, and you must be following Search Press for your entry to be valid.


Terms & Conditions

One entry per person, per platform allowed, multiple entries on one platform will result in disqualification. You must be following Search Press on the platform you enter on in order for your entry to be valid. The winner will be chosen at random and contacted by Search Press to choose their books to the value of £200. The prize can be shipped to an address in the UK or  Northern Ireland. All entries must be recieved by midday on the 2nd of July 2018.

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