Saturday, 3 December 2016

Win A Big Box Full Of Christmas Stockingfillers!

Over the past year I've picked up all kinds of stuff which I haven't got around to doing anything with, and we've amassed quite a lot of treasure (my partner calls it something else). Some of my treasure needs to go because we need the cupboard back, and could fill a couple of Christmas stockings, so I've boxed it up and will give it away to one of my readers.


There is a ton of stuff and I'm not listing it all, but it does include Pirate and Fairy Theatres, Brio, Plasticine, Skylanders Battlecast, Hexbug Nano, A Nightmare On Elm Street (I somehow did 2 jobs with the same movie). There's also a Frozen puzzle and Bug Safari.


I've thrown in some advertising and other bits I had, to pad it out and make it look more exciting. That James Villas box isn't a holiday sadly, but it is a neat travel games set. I've even included even included a Factory Tour brick from the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre.


There are 2 colouring books and a jigsaw, a Beer Belly Blaster (perfect for a Secret Santa) and an A2 Squeezy Cow. Ninjago mini book, inflatable beach ball and a Twozie.


There is the Bahlsen Cookbook, Okido Magazine (we had 3 of the same issue bizarrely), a Hotter Shoes shoe horn (don't knock it till you've tried it), and an inflatable pillow for travelling (only as a passenger hopefully).

The giveaway is via a Gleam form because it's a very reliable way for me to draw a winner randomly, and no information on the form will be used for anything other than checking the winning entries and informing the winner! For help with Gleam if you are new, or scared, or to enter my other giveaways, go to my Giveaways page.


Everything is as you see it - and there aren't any alternative prizes - anything you don't want either give it away or recycle it responsibly. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Friday 16th December.

I want someone to have this in time for Christmas, if the winner does not respond within 48 hours, I will draw another, who will have 24 hours to respond. Then Plan C. All terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form.


Win A Big Box Full Of Christmas Stockingfillers!


All of these items have been given to me as promotional material. I make no claims about them being awesome or effective. The rest of my treasure will also be going to a good home - to raise money for my children's school, and into my Co-op #ReverseAdvent Box.

151 comments:

  1. I would love to see My Gran and just bring herself, She past away about 20 years ago and I would love to spend one last Christmas with her and for her to meet my daughter.

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  2. Yoda and Chewie Santa Itty Bittys

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  3. Mary Berry with some home baked Christmas treats!

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  4. i would agree a top chef, although it would be james martin for me with just his apron ;)

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  5. Yoda and Chewie on your gift guide

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  6. I would love for my husbands family to turn up from the states, it would be such a huge surprise (they would also need to bring some extra food!!!!!!!!)

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  7. My Mum. She wouldn't need to bring anything, I'd just love to see her again!

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  8. Paul OGrady with a pan of scouse!

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  9. I would be happy to see my old babysitter and she'd bring some of her wonderful home grown apples and strawberries with her, they were amazing :) x

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  10. The two special itty bitty santa hat versions are the Yoda and Chewie Santa x :)

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  11. I would love to see the premium bond man for Xmas dinner and him bringing me news that my premium bond had finally won the top prize so we could afford to do everything that needs doing in this house!

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  12. These look awesome. Stocking fillers is something I am struggling with this year x

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  13. I'd have Georgie to come and have Christmas with us, of course,xx

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  14. Yoda and Chewie Santa are 2 Star Wars Itty Bittys who are special Santa Hat version

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  15. I would like to see Julia Roberts carrying all the kids presents

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  16. Auntie Glenda with her sherry trifle

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  17. would love to see jamie oliver with his homemae christmas pudding

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  18. my gran and grandad who died years ago so they could meet my hubby and children

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  19. Very large sock needs filling

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  20. Margaret Clarkson
    Our good friends who live in Greece. They would bring Turkish Delight.

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  21. This sounds really sad but the nurse from our IVF clinic with a positive pregnancy test.

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  22. someone from the lottery and they have bought me a nice big cheque

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  23. Jackie chan! and hed bring twister the game with him!

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  24. I would love to see Gary Barlow and we could have him sing some of his songs

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  25. Yoda and Chewbacca have Santa hats xx

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  26. I would like to see James Martin with a full Christmas Dinner and hamper of wine!

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  27. Metallica, with their instruments!

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  28. Yoda and Chewie are the special santa versions.

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  29. My Mum and she can bring my Dad haha

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  30. Father Christmas with a sack full of presents for all the family

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  31. Jeremy Renner and he would bring Mistletoe.....LOTS of it!!! ;) hahaha
    Yoda and Chewie have Santa hats! :)

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  32. A man from the lottery with a big cheque. (any day would do)

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  33. Any of my family as long as they've got chocolate with them!!

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  34. My mum with her full yummy dinner for us to enjoy at home!

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  35. Miranda Hart armed with a bottle of Prosecco

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  36. a representative from the lottery with a cheque, doesn't have to be a fortune, just enough to make life a bit easier

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  37. I'd like Graham Norton he could just bring some great stories to entertain us during dinner

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  38. Santa with loads of beautifully gift wrapped presents.

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  39. My boyfriend who lives in America! Not going to happen though!

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  40. Mary Berry with lots of cakes!
    Answer - Yoda & Chewbacca

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  41. Gary Rhodes with a Christmas feast hamper.

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  42. All those close to us whom we have lost. With a sentimental item to share a story x

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  43. My best friend with a smile and desert!!

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  44. James Cordon with the box set of Gavin and Stacy

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  45. Yoda and Chewie

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  46. Santa Claus with a brand new car for me. Wishing you a lovely Christmas.

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  47. Yoda and Chewie have itty bitty Santa hat versions!

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  48. jamie oliver and xmas food and he could cook all the food!
    answer: yoda and chewbacca

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  49. Great giveaway! Yoda and Chewie are the ones with the santa's hats and they look so funky! xx

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  50. james mcavoy with the keys to a brand new home :') haha

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  51. My brother, with his brand new baby!

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  52. All three of my adult children to come for christmas lunch,would be just perfect x

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  53. Santa with a beautiful new pair of shoes :)

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  54. Gordon Ramsey and a big bottle a wine so he can could the dinner and I get the night off am not the best cook fingers crossed it works out be my first and last

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  55. my mother as l miss her so much and there are so many things l want to say to her

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  56. My aunt that stays in America with her family

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  57. A full fortanmun and masons hamper

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  58. What an amazing prize, my niece would love the Twozies!

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  59. Susan Boyle, herself with her usual smiling happy face. Maybe she would entertain us by singing a beautiful song :- Such as I Dreamed a Dream.

    Rachel Craig

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  60. Channing Tatum preferably with an overnight bag!

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  61. Jennifer Lawrence with her latest movie (and some popcorn!)

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  62. David Walliams with some funny jokes & impressions to entertain us

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  63. Robbie Williams and a microphone - I'd love to listen to him sing all afternoon x

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  64. lee evans with some xmas crackers with jokes from him in :)

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  65. Shayne Ward with some Mistletoe ;)

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  66. It's Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley and good news, they've brought some Bolly, darling

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  67. channing tatum in nothing but a dickie bow pls x

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  68. Gerard Butler with his overnight bag

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  69. My mam and Dad, as they live so far away and I haven't spent Christmas with them for over 13 years due to my husbands shifts x

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  70. Chris Pratt with a Christmas Dinner :)

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  71. My brother and all his family with their cases to stay forever in the UK

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  72. Richard Branson and some holiday vouchers

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  73. Richard Branson with a family airline ticket to somewhere hot

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  74. Donald trump as I guarantee it would be very interesting conversations happening

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  75. Mary Berry with a sleigh full of cakes!

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  76. Darcey Bussell with a bottle of fizz, to explain the intricacies of the dancing on the Christmas Strictly!

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  77. somebody from camelot with my winning cheque x

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  78. Would love to answer the door to my Aunty! She lives far away from me so very rarely see her Christmas time!

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  79. Barry Manilow. He would bring a piano, I would faint and come round on Boxing Day!

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  80. Andy Carroll carol-singing lol - sorry just had to be done. :) Although for my sins I do actually rather "like" him (although my friends would beg to differ on the "like" bit). :)

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  81. My daughter who will no be staying with us this Christmas, just bringing herself

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  82. friends that normally live in the southern hemisphere! And they could just bring themselves and maybe a board game! Hannah

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  83. Keith Lemon. ... Christmas would be hilarious

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  84. One of my oldest bestest friends who moved to Australia a few years ago. We often have a skype session on Christmas Day but it's not the same.

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  85. I'd love to see my family coming over to surprise me from the States. Maybe bringing a cleaner so that we can prepare a space for them to sleep.

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  86. Mary Berry with a basket full of her home made treats :D

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  87. Santa with all his little helpers. Some to cook, some to clean, and some to entertain us all. And lots of pressies for the little ones.

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  88. Jon Snow, in full Game Of Thrones costume.... and a santa hat :-)

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  89. Stephen Fry with a big smile on his face!

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  90. My son and his family who are living in the USA - what a wonderful surprise that would be!

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  91. Paul O'Grady, with family tickets to his pantomime :0)

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  92. Phillip Schofield and he would bring just himself because he is perfect lol

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  93. My dad, for as long as I can remember he has worked on Christmas Day I'd love him to just take the day off and come and spend it with us

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  94. My grandad with a smile and all his stories to tell

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  95. brother with some of his home cooked dinner

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  96. My dad who lives in Australia. Merry Xmas 🎅🎅🎅

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  97. Lottery rep with a cheque please

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  98. My dad with his famous pickled eggs .x

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  99. Christiano Ronaldo with a magnum of champagne!

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  100. Willie Nelson with his guitar and a bottle of Merlot would suit me fine.

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  101. Judge Rinder to teach me how to dance x

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  102. Someone who says "Oh sorry I've got the wrong house, I'll go and leave you in peace, but this crate of beer is too heavy, can I please give it to you?"

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  103. My mum with her cooking apron on!! and nan with a bottle of Baileys or two :-)

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  104. Santa Claus,as I've nine grandchildren who will be here can you just imagine the sheer excitement as Santa comes to grandma's house to give them their presents from grandma and grandad.He wouldn't have to bring anything,or maybe an elf or two would be nice x

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  105. Holly Willoughby, and trust me she has already bought everything

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  106. All my family with a lot of Rose wine :D

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  107. I'd love to see my grandad who we lost in August and miss terribly x

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  108. Keith lemon with some festive goodies!

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  109. Our cupboards are full of .....treasures too, but there's always room for more! :)

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  110. Id love a kids character like Minnie or Mickie Mouse to arrive at our door with Tickets to Disney Land <3 hehe that would make my kids so happy and in turn that would make me happy! Fantastic prize bundle that my two little ones would adore digging out of their stocking!! :) Fingers, toes and everything else crossed! x

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  111. Jesse Metcalf with some luxury praline chocolates

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  112. JK Rowling with a complete collection of signed Harry Potter books!

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  113. I would love to see our eldest son as he is travelling this year and won't be home for Christmas. It is the first Christmas ever we will be celebrating without him, so for him to knock on the door on Christmas Day would be a dream come true.

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  114. If Tom Hanks I wouldn't turn him away even if he arrived empty handed

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  115. I would not turn Tom Hanks away, even if he turned up empty handed

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  116. My little sister and her smile!!

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  117. My mother bringing herself as I haven't seen her in two years.

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  118. my brother Gary who moved miles away a few years ago now and due to the cost of travel we dont get to see each other very often at all, and he would ring his partner Cat with him and maybe presents for his nieces and nephews

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  119. My dad with a hug. It's been 3 years since he passed away at this time of year

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  120. My Mum because she lives in Australia and we haven't spent a Christmas with her since 2011. She would bring lots of sweets and chocolate x

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  121. The granddaughter i have never met brunging a hug

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  122. My grandparents that are no longer with us. They would bring a huge trifle!

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  123. My mam because she lives 350 miles away we don't see each other very much and she could bring my son who lives with her or a box of chocolates

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  124. The legend that is david attenborough with some baileys

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  125. The woman from the postcode lottery advert with a ridiculously large cheque

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