Win a Kids Rule from Lovestruck Interiors


Kids Rule Growth Chart

If you have children you know how quickly they grow. My girls are only two and eight months but already they seem to have grown beyond comprehension from the teeny tiny newborns they once were.  As a parent, we do everything we can to preserve the memories of their childhoods – and interiors accessories that help us do this are going straight on our wish list!

This Kids Rule’ Growth Chart is from Lovestruck Interiors.

Lovestruck Interiors is a fabulous small business created by Amy, a designer from South West London.  She has a passion for hunting out forgotten and unloved furniture and restoring it to give it a new lease of life ready for a new home. She loves to take on any challenge however big or small – we’ve already spent ages checking out some of her stunning makeovers here.

The Kids Rule is a fantastic softwood growth chart in the style of a ruler. These fantastic softwood growth charts are available in 3 colours – Aged Oak (dark), Mid Oak (light) and Washed White. They come in either Imperial or Metric and for those who can’t decide which way they swing they can opt for both measurements. They can be personalised with a family or child’s name of up to 35 characters for an extra cost. They add a unique sense of stylish fun to any room and are a great way to record those all important memories.

Lovestruck Interiors have very kindly given us a Kids Rule worth £135 to give away – and even better they will personalise it for the winner.

how to enter

  • To be in with a chance of winning your very own Kids Rule, simply Tweet @HIBS100 and tell us what your favourite Kids Rule colour (Aged Oak, Mid Oak or Washed White), using the hashtag #KidsRule.
  • Once you’ve Tweeted, come back and complete the Rafflecopter widget on this post to let us know, before 11.59pm on October 29, 2013.
  • You can also earn bonus entries by following @LoveStruckIntrs and liking the Lovestruck Interiors Facebook page and HIBS100 Facebook page.


a Rafflecopter giveaway


Terms and Conditions: The prize draw starts on 15 October 2013 and closes at 11:59 (GMT) on 29 October 2013. Entry is open to UK residents aged 18 and over, excluding anyone professionally connected with HIBS100 or their families. Entry must be made via Twitter using the specified account name and hashtag, and by completing the Rafflecopter widget in this post. The winner will receive a Kids Rule measurement accessory from Lovestruck Interiors. The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative. Entry is free, and each individual may enter once via Twitter, plus three bonus entries as specified in the Rafflecopter widget. The name of the winner will be published on the HIBS100 website within 1 month of the competition ending. In the unlikely event that a prize should become unavailable, the promoter reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal value. The Promoter’s decision on all matters is final and binding on all entrants. No correspondence will be entered into. Entries that do not comply in full with these terms and conditions will be disqualified. The winner will be notified via email within 7 days of the closing date. By taking part in this competition you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions and by the decisions of the Promoter which are final in all matters relating to the competition. The Promoter reserves the right to disqualify any entrant and/or winner in its absolute discretion for any reason and without notice in accordance with these terms and conditions. The promoter is Lovestruck Interiors, Wimbledon Art Studios, 10 Riverside Road, London, SW17 0BB. This promotion is governed by the laws of England.

Sally is a journalist and editor based in Lytham, Lancashire. When she isn't blogging at Who's the Mummy, she is generally spending time with her 10-year-old daughter, Flea, or her abominably behaved puppy, Teddy.

Discussion8 Comments

  1. Love the idea! Not sure which colour it is – but the one on the left – like an old fashioned ruler, would be my pick if we won. We’re currently drawing on a door frame so this would look much better and be a great talking point.

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