#DressYourHeadUp With Energizer


Each year Energizer runs a 'Dress Your Head Up' stall at Bestival which encourages families to stay safe with head torches by giving them great materials to decorate them in an array of amazing designs. So we were really delighted to take part and design our very own head torches with these cool energizer goodies.


The boys had an amazing time decorating their energizer head torches. We use feathers and glow in the dark stars to get our desired look.

  

After lots of creative fun, we are very excited to team up with Energizer and bring our readers this cool competition where one lucky winner can WIN an Energizer fun craft pack *contents may vary. you can then decorate your very own head torch.and take part in #DressYourHeadUp. For more information on Energizer check Energizer/uk.


WIN an Energizer fun craft & head torch pack

Free competitions at ThePrizeFinder

166 comments

  1. My son would probably put some scary bits like ghosts and skulls, stars, moon

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  2. Karen hutchinson30 July 2016 at 01:11

    Glow sticks and ribbons

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  3. Lots and lots of glitter so you just can't miss me! :D

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  4. Sprigs of foliage for that authentic camo look

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  5. Glitter Glue and stick on animal stickers for my little one! :D

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  6. maybe some buttons and little applique pieces :)

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  7. My son loves stones & shells that we collect everytime we go to the beach & rockpool here. We would add that to make the headtorch blend with the environment here =)

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  8. Joanne Phillips31 July 2016 at 10:16

    Feathers, buttons, beads, jewels and glitter. We love a bit of sparkle!

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  9. Ribbons, buttons and sequins.

    @rachiegr

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  10. I would use plenty of buttons, I love buttons.

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  11. My daughter would probably put some jewels, glitter and stickers on it.x

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  12. Brightly coloured feathers

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  13. Most probably cartoon characters, grandson loves doing crafty things

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  14. For me it would be lots of shiny beads that catch the light!

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  15. I'd make some birds on sticks and add something that looks like nesting material.

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  16. Glitter would be good!

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  17. Buttons and feathers! - Lucia

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  18. My son would decorate it with jewels and sequins to stop his brother taking it. X

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  19. Some kind of fluorescent pens.

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  20. Dun feathers for the camo look. My boys would love it :-)

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  21. Buttons, ribbons & glitter

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  22. a small strip of fairy lights - they'd flash on and off to show those ahead that I was on my way! It would be nicer at Christmas of course when I'd include a sleighbell, sound and vision!

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  23. Feathers and leaves for extra camouflage

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  24. I would use glow in the dark moon and stars

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  25. my son loves messy time so but he is quite selective at how much he puts on so would only be a few items sequins feathers

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  26. Magnets. So I could attach stuff to my head.

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  27. Sequins, stick on jewels and glitter!

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  28. Sequins, ribbons and butterflies

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  29. I would make it pretty with buttons and bows

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  30. My son likes pirates so I would have to use lots of piratty things, maybe make a parrot out of tissue paper and add some treasure

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  31. I would decorate it with sweets in case I got hungry!

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  32. Rhine stones

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  33. Feathers and ribbons

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  34. Bright colourful feathers and glitter

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  35. I'm sure my son would use buttons and those bendy pipes to make it as boyish as possible. I would make mine as girly as possible with ribbons, glitter etc :-)

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  36. Glitter and beads

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  37. We'd put lots of fish stickers on it

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  38. my 6 year old would probably cover it in anything green. sequins, glitter, feathers

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  39. My grandson would probably decorate it with minecraft drawings

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  40. I would decorate it with some bright buttons

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  41. Glitter there just is not enough glitter in the world :)

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  42. Glitter, buttons and some colourful feathers. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  43. Yellow feathers to look like a lion

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  44. my son loves super hero bits nice and colourful :)

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  45. I think my niece would give the gear a Frozen theme.

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  46. with purple feathers and sequins

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  47. Most definately stickers and glitter

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  48. I would let my niece get creative and I imagine there would be a lot of glitter and sequins involved

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  49. Buttons, feathers and maybe some sequins.

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  50. LOTS OF GLITTTER AND SHINY STUFF

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  51. Feathers and leaves to create a headdress!

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  52. i would decorate it as a train with a headlight

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  53. Sequins and buttons! (@PeanutHog)

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  54. My daughter would use lots of glitter and feathers to make it like a carnival piece

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  55. Lots of feathers and sparkles

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  56. Ribbon and glitter for my girls :)

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  57. We'd make it into a fancy head dress with ribbons and feathers :)

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  58. Anything blingy I could put my hands on.

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  59. Stickers and beads and painted pasta shapes x

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  60. Silver and sparkles seem to be popular here.

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  61. Lots of sequins and sparkly bits :)

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  62. Feathers, sequins, glitter or general bling!

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  63. lots of 'googly' eyes . . . . . . all the better to see you with ha ha

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  64. Lots of sparkle & flowers.

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  65. Tons of pompoms and glitter!

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  66. Lots of glitter, we love bling

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  67. Make it into an indian headress with Feathers etc

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  68. Glitter, feathers and lots of bling

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  69. Feathers
    Stephen Little
    steve_c_little@yahoo.com

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  70. feathers , glitter and ribbons

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  71. glitter, sequins and ribbons

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  72. Barbie doll type crown

    KATHY D

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  73. My daughter would decorate it in unicorns and rainbows .x

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  74. My little girl would use glitter, everything has to have glitter lol! x

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  75. Lots of feathers and glitter would be used in our house I'm sure :)

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  76. Natural products for camouflage

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  77. You can't go wrong with a bit of glitter

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  78. Maybe some tinsel for a bit of sparkle

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  79. We'd use glow in the dark stickers x

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  80. Lots of glitter and sparkly bits and pieces

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  81. We would use seashells and glitter :)

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  82. I would use lots of feathers from the park.

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  83. Glow in the Dark stickers preferably Pokémon ones x

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  84. Sequins and feathers for my goddaughter

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  85. Ribbons and feathers.

    Rachel Craig

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  86. my daughter loves the outdoors especially little stones so would probably make a camouflage style effect

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  87. I would let my great niece decide - probably lots to do with dinosaurs

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  88. Glitter and sequins to make it more girlie 💝

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  89. As we live near the beach ,shells i think

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  90. Philip Underwood15 August 2016 at 21:31

    Buttons, feathers and lots of stickers!

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  91. Pipecleaners :) Amazing what you can do with a few pipecleaners!

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  92. coloured string spiraling around it, Hannah

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  93. I would use glitter and diamantes, there's loads in my drawer x

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