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Dec 12

A Pooh Giveaway!

and the winner is Ben Andrews, I have emailed you

I love Christmas, the season of goodwill, giving, cosy nights, sparkly lights and very good food!

But not all are as lucky as me to be able to spend it with family and with some nice pressies, so I like to do my bit for others too. I have a drawer, its a bottom drawer, it starts out empty at the beginning of the year and I keep it to put in a few bits and bobs that get boxed up and donated at Christmas!

This year we decided to start our children of with helping others too and they both did a shoebox for Operation Christmas Child! They loved putting it together and choosing what was going inside!

Anyway, why am I telling you this? This week I emptied the drawer and donated some lovely toys (Freebies and bargains) and gifts! But I found one little fellow who I thought I would offer here as a prize for you!

So, you could win Winnie the Pooh………….

How to enter:

Just leave me a comment telling me something Christmassy, your favourite carol, what you have for dinner, your favourite part of the season, anything as long as it is festive!

For extra Entries:

1. Tweet ‘ I have entered to win Winnie the Pooh over on @MoolBoots Blog – Writings, Ramblings and Reviews http://tinyurl.com/66bwlbp ‘ – Leave a comment below to tell me you have and your twitter name!

2. Sign up to the blog via email – top left – and again leave a comment to tell me you have!

So in total you could have 3 entries to win Winnie, but you must leave a comment for each entry and a way of contacting you!

Closes 15th December 2011 at 5pm, so the winner will hopefully have him for Christmas!

Terms:
  1. Only valid entries will be entered into the draw
  2. Prize is brand new with tags and has been offered by me, there is no sponsorship or company involved in this competition
  3. Winner will be picked at random and Judges decision is final

14 comments

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  1. wellydoggallery

    My favourite time has always been my OH on Christmas Eve, reading ‘the night before Christmas’ to the children. Now they have all grown up they all ring up and are on speaker phones listening to him still read the story, even friends and partners listen and join in, brilliant x

    I have signed up to the e-mails and will go and tweet now as @wellydogdesigns

  2. Kelly Wiffin

    I have tweeted @charliechinuk

  3. Kelly Wiffin

    I have subscribed via email

  4. Kay

    Subscribed by email too x

  5. Wendy Hirst (@savvywendy)

    The best chritsmas for me when my son who was 4 was diagnosed as autistic and had no verbal skills said mama on christmas day – it was a day i will never forget. We don’t really have anythinh christmassy as the kids being autistic don’t cope that well. However I am looking forward to Christmas this year as they understand a little bit more.

    thanks

    wendy

  6. Laura Pritchard

    I always start welling up when I hear ‘Driving Home for Christmas’ – it gets me every year!

  7. Dawn Henson

    I just love christmas day. The one day of the year where all my family are together.

  8. Melanie McNair

    My favourite carol is Hark The Herald Angels Sing

  9. Sarah Clegg

    i love snuggling with my bf and our kids with bowels of popcorn watching xmas films on telly πŸ™‚

  10. janine atkin (@zeniebeenie)

    half of our family is german so on the 6th december st nicholas comes to our house and leave sweets in our boots. thats when we know its nearly christmas and start getting excited

  11. Ben Andrews

    My favourite part of christmas is opening all the pressies!! πŸ™‚

  12. Mrs Goriami

    -My favourite bit about Christmas? sitting up on Christmas Eve infront of the hristmas tree waiting for Santa πŸ˜‰ with a glass or two of mulled wine πŸ™‚ @goriami

  13. Mrs Goriami

    I’ve tweeted @goriami

  14. Fran Light

    I’ve tweeted about the competition as @LoveWinning πŸ™‚

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