Christmas Hunt – Find Rudolph’s Nose – Win A £150 Voucher

And the winner is…

Allison Kinson! Congrats, Allison. A £150 voucher is on its way to you! Everybody else, check out our other competitions.

 

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Rudolph has lost his nose! Help him find it and you could win a £150 tile voucher! Starting at the bottom of this blog, follow clues, find Christmassy items and collect letters for your chance to win a voucher to put towards your next decorating project. The competition closes midnight Sunday 3rd January. Winner announced and contacted Monday 4th January.

How to take part in the hunt

We’ll give you a clue below. Enter it in the search box at the top of this page. It will take you through to a search results page where you’ll find the first item. Click on him and you’ll be given a letter. Jot this down – you’ll need it later on. You’ll also be given your next clue. Follow this to find the next Christmassy item – and so on, and so on. There are 8 items to find. Once you’ve found the eighth item, you’ll be told what to do with the 8 letters you’ve collected! Good luck. We hope you find Rudolph’s nose! Scroll down for your first clue!

The prize

All those who manage to find Rudolph’s nose will be entered in a prize draw to win a fantastic £150 tile voucher! Perfect for freshening up your interiors in the new year! £150 is more than enough to create a stylish new splashback in your kitchen, or to add a striking statement floor to a bathroom or en suite. You could create a captivating feature wall in your dining room, or introduce a new wood effect floor in your lounge. Browse our tile selection now and get some inspiration, in case you win.

The first clue

A hugely popular animated Disney movie starring Anna, Elsa and Olaf. 

Type the answer into the search box at the top of the page and we’ll see you at the first item!

 

2 Comments

  • Mary Parry
    Mary Parry on December 2, 2015 at 12:01 pm
    Happy Xmas
    • Walls and Floors
      Walls and Floors on December 8, 2015 at 1:22 pm
      Merry Christmas to you, too, Mary!

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