The panellists, aged 12 year or under, will be sent products to test and review before they hit the shelves, and will be encouraged to share their feedback with Hobbycraft.
The feedback of the panel and their makes will be showcased on the company’s blog and social media channels. The panellists will also have the chance to get involved in photoshoots and videos.
To enter, parents just need to send in a photo of their child’s ‘make’ and let Hobbycraft know what it is and why the child decided to make it, for the chance to win one of five £100 Hobbycraft gift cards. Five runners up will receive a £10 gift card.
All entries must be received by midnight on September 3 to be eligible for the prize. No purchase is necessary to enter the competition.
Founded in 1995, Hobbycraft bills itself as the largest arts and crafts retailer in the UK, with more than 80 stores nationwide.
The chain stocks more than 25,000 products including supplies for cake baking, decorating, presentation and storage; and candy, preserve and jam making.
Other categories include sewing, knitting and crochet, papercraft, art materials, craft kits, and ready-to-make jewellery.