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Other // Eat Your Photo Personalised Cupcakes + Giveaway!

Oh my goodness. There is nothing I love more in this world than cake. I'm not fussy on the type of cake either - any cake will do. So when I had the chance to try out some personalised cake I was so happy. It was like a dream come true! The company behind the personalised cupcakes, and various other personalised food items is Eat Your Photo.

Eat Your Photo is a website where you can order cakes, cookies, brownies, chocolates.. all with a personalised touch. You can upload your photo to the website and get it put onto whatever you so wish in edible form.. In my instance, a sweet little photo of my dog wearing a party hat plonked on top of a delicious chocolate cupcake. I always said my dog was good enough to eat!

With cakes available in chocolate or vanilla and in various sizes and designs, if you like cake you will have a field day. Is there nothing better than having a nice man knock on your door delivering you cake? I think not. My mum and I had a wonderful time devouring a cupcake or two each when these arrived at my doorstep. I have tried many a baked good but these cupcakes are lovely and the icing is to die for. Even better? They give you a list of ingredients in the box so you know exactly what you are eating. Eat Your Photo is such a wonderful idea and makes a great gift, especially for a birthday.

The lovely people of Eat Your Photo are very kindly letting me give away a box of personalised cupcakes, just for you. All you have to do is live in the UK and follow a couple of requirements in the widget below!

The giveaway will end in two weeks time, after that time I will chose someone at random. All you have to do is send me the photo you would like to eat, then a box of cupcakes will be in the post for you! 


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