Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Sheaffer VFM Pen and Notebook Christmas Present Giveaway

Sheaffer are incredibly well known for producing excellent quality writing equipment since 1912. One of the most reliable names in refillable ink pens and ballpoints, they have offered to give one of my readers a gorgeous VFM Ballpoint Pen and Notebook in my Christmas Present Giveaways.


I've been sent the Sheaffer VMF Ballpoint Pen in Ultra Mint, and it's beautiful. A classic yet modern colour, with incredibly bright and shiny nickel plated metal trim, you know this is a special pen - and not only because it arrives in a very smart box. It writes really nicely, as you'd expect, and is refillable using Sheaffer Cartridges, and the case feels like silk to your fingertips.


At the moment several Sheaffer products have an offer whereby you receive a free Sheaffer Notebook, and it is well worth seeking them out, as this is a gorgeous book. It doesn't have blue and white lines on the side the same as my table, it's actually a reflection, because the lovely quality paper is edged in silver.

The Notebook is covered in a soft and almost padded material, making it incredibly comfortable for anyone to carry in a pocket, and it's a very tactile and warm object to hold in your hand. Inside it has the usual useful pages, and then plenty of space for several week's worth of notes.


Stationery makes a great gift for any teenager or adult, and serious grown up stationery is a fantastic buy for someone who seems to already have all they could need.

Sheaffer have all kinds of stationery gifts available this Christmas, and you can find them in all good stationery departments, and online, including Amazon. The Sheaffer VFM Ballpoint Pen in Ultra Mint has an rrp of £14.20.


Sheaffer have very kindly offered one of my readers a VMF Ballpoint Pen and Notebook as prizes for a Christmas Present Giveaway. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below, and it is open to UK entrants only. The giveaway will end at midnight Sunday 4th December. Full terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form.


To see all of my other giveaways and for advice if you are new to Gleam, please see my Giveaways Page...

Sheaffer VFM Pen and Notebook Christmas Present Giveaway


110 comments:

  1. Furby Connect, a scooter and Lego.

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  2. My Mum, My Dad & My Brother then the day is perfect :) x

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  3. Hmm I think if you mean what do I need on the day to get through then cake, pepsi max and books!

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  4. A new bike, Toy Story talking figurines & a cot for our new baby girl who is due in March 2017 :)

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  5. For me - Wine, chocolates and pj - to end a happy and busy Christmas day!

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  6. batteries, chocolate and Lego (the most vital things!)

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  7. Turkey, potatoes, presents

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  8. applemac, leather jacket, mobile phone

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  9. Some board games, plenty of food and lots of wine!

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  10. Flowers for my mum
    Hatchimal for my neice (bit really for me!l
    Winning lottery ticket

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  11. Lego, anything Star wars and chocolate truffles.

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  12. Pigs in Blankets, Prosecco, Trifle would be on the list (because you can never have too much of any of them).

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  13. A Bracelet for my mum, new coat for my hubby and probably some chocolate goodies.x

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  14. Batteries chocolate malt whisky

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  15. Lego is at the top, chocolates and socks. Everyone needs and gets socks lol :D

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  16. My son would never forgive me if I forget to get his favourite pigs in blankets for Christmas dinner so that is always at the top of his list! Then I think I need to add Lego, and books.

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  17. A book to read, some music to listen to and a cat to cuddle!!

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  18. perfume, slippers and chocolate

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  19. don't forget, bags and money

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  20. The three essential things I always forget...batteries, choccies for unexpected gift presents and milk (never understand why I always run out?) ;)

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  21. Family, Roast Dinner and lots of Laughter!

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  22. Wrapping paper, sellotape and blu-tac as every year I have to buy these x

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  23. Turkey, Potatoes & Quality Street!

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  24. turkey,stuffing and cranberry sauce

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  25. food, drink presents - but not in that order!

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  26. Ham, cauliflower cheese and yorkshire puddings YUM!

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  27. Wrapping paper, sticky tape and chocolate

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  28. A laptop, an XBox1 and plenty of chocolate!!

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  29. Wrapping paper,hatchamal and a birthday cake (well it is my b/day on xmas day)

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  30. Turkey, Pigs in Blankets and Champagne!

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  31. Mine would be Mince Pies, Chocolates and a Bottle of wine x

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  32. Christmas crackers, champagne & last minute gift wrap

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  33. Christmas Day list .... batteries, ear plugs and Sprouts !!

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  34. christmas crackers,trifle and a christmas cd!

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  35. Turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing xx

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  36. Goose, red wine and champagne

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  37. My parents, my other half and Gin :-)

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  38. Hot chocolate, leg of lamb and some cocktail sausages!

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  39. Turkey, Christmas pudding, Chocolate.

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  40. My list would read:
    1: Ingredients for a big Xmas dinner with all the trimmings
    2: Prezzies for the kids & my better half
    3: Nice food, treats & toys for our two cats and some for the rescue cats at Second Chance Animal Rescue Centre Crockenhill :) Fingers crossed

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  41. Turkey, wine & family board games - the top three things that make Christmas!!

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  42. champagne, christmas pudding & mulled wine

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  43. Turkey, wine, and earplugs!!!!!

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  44. Batteries,wrapping paper and Wants on speed dial

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  45. Chocolate, warm slippers and new PJs.

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  46. Turkey, goose fat and mince pies.

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  47. Margaret Clarkson
    A good book, chocolates and a Christmas Cake

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  48. hmm I would start with bin bags to erradicate the floordrobe of paper, some mulled wine and some festive music for the car on the way to the kids nans

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  49. Turkey, games and chocolate.

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  50. Gin, Aftereight mints and some brandy!

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  51. Pink champagne, batteries and cream! I always forget the cream.

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  52. If you were writing a Christmas day shopping list, what would be the top 3 items you'd need to include? turkey / wine / Baileys

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  53. Turkey, stuffing and a large bottle of wine

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  54. Turkey
    Roast Potatoes
    Wine

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  55. Big food, big family and a very very big mess!

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  56. Chocolate, Wine & Mince pies

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  57. Prosecco, salted cashews and maltesers!

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  58. Salmon, Ritz crackers, surprises :)

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  59. Turkey, pigs in blankets and wine

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  60. sprouts! trifle and Baileys

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  61. Fresh milk, batteries and a spare gift just in case.

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  62. Chocolate Mints, beef and trifle

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  63. Turkey crown, wrapping paper and crackers

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  64. Chocolate, alcohol, batteries. Definitely batteries.

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  65. Nuts, sprouts, clementines
    @polly58

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  66. Lindt praline chocolates, snowballs and ipad

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  67. hmmm I always forget cream! paper plates for snacks (no kidding, stops washing up) and milk

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  68. My Christmas Day shopping list would include my mum, a don't get stressed it's only a Christmas lunch to cook, it's like a posh Sunday lunch book and a glass of prosecco.

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  69. Christmas cards, wrapping paper, chocolate biscuits

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