Innocent Alphabet Champions. W is for…

My kids love innocent smoothies, they are their chosen drink of choice and I really don’t mind that as the smoothies contain a whole portion of fruit and no added extras.
Currently inside each pack of innocent products you will once again find the fridge magnets, these are popular in our house….however it can be difficult to spell out your name, I often get duplicates.
That problem has now been solved as if you collect 6 barcodes and send them into innocent you can claim up to 3 names of your choice.  If you send a drawing in they will also send you some stickers!

This offer is open to UK and ROI residents. The opening date 01/08/2014 and closing date 31/12/2014. Parental consent is required. Find out more and see the terms & conditions at

You also have a chance of winning your name and the full set of magnets by posting your own photos via Twitter or Instagram using #alphabetchampions and #innocent

How cool does this look on my fridge?
To help celebrate the return of the magnets Innocent have set bloggers an alphabet challenge, selected bloggers have been given a letter to capture in pictures while out and about, my letter is W… is what we found:

White Rabbit – This is Reggie, he belongs to the children’s uncle but lives at our house
White water rafting – we are very lucky and live extremely close to the Lea Valley Olympic water rafting centre
Water – we live near a stream and often head over to pond dip and paddle in the water
Worms – Emmy loves digging for worms in the garden
Weetabix – Emmy’s favourite breakfast
Wine – well Mummy needs to unwind sometime!
Emmy found this challenge fun and it helped her think about her letters, at least 3 from those pictures are ones she chose and thought of herself!
Disclaimer: We were sent a whole set of fridge magnets,  my blogs name and a terms worth of Innocent vouchers to use in exchange for taking part in this challenge.

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