Enter to Win the Christmas Joy Giveaway Event! US Only, Ends 11/30

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It’s official! Halloween is over and November is here! Those of us who are BIG Christmas fans are already putting up our trees and we can do so without feeling ashamed… okay, so maybe a little… but nothing beats sitting on the couch with your family while watching the glow of your Christmas tree nearby.  Your kids’ faces, literally, light up every night!  Who doesn’t want more of that?  I know I want to see them smile like that for as long as possible!

You know what?  I want to see you smile like that too! The winner of this year’s Christmas Joy Giveaway hosted by Mommy’s Playbook and Deliciously Savvy is going to have an amazing Christmas! Do you know how I know that?  Because of the prizes below! We’re spreading Christmas Joy this year with everyone in the family! Kids, mom, dad, AND even the hard to shop for! Enter to win on the easy giveaway form below! Good luck to all who enter! I cannot wait to find out who wins!

See the Light 5 DVD Gift Set

ENTER TO WIN See the Light 5 DVD Bible Stories with Art Lessons Deluxe Gift Set This great gift set not only comes with the 4 DVD Bible Stories Collection, but your kids will get to add a black light “pop” to their projects with fluorescent pastels, Crayola eXtreme Colors pencils, and your very own, battery-operated See the Light black light!

Why See the Light Art Classes? Your children will remember more of the stories as they complete 3 art projects (creative lettering, mixed-media, and pastel) related to the story they just watched on the DVD. Watch with them as they learn about the birth of Jesus, Easter, Moses, Jonah, and the Apostle Paul.

Let See the Light Art help you unleash your child’s creativity AND teach art at home like a pro with Art Class from See the Light Art! See—->Receive three free art lessons today!

SmitCo modeling clay does not crumble like the others, and unlike any other clay set, ours comes in a 36 different bright fun colors that are packed separately in 20 gram bags which is enough for a whole classroom to play with.

ENTER TO WIN a SmitCo Air Dry Clay! The Modeling Clay Set Includes 36 colors packed separately in 20 gram bag, 2 mold sets with various shapes, 1 tool set, 36 ziplock baggies to prevent the clay from drying out, AND one Storage box. These colorful clay set is a perfect way to cultivate kids creativeness and imagination.

SmitCo has several ideas for keeping kids happy and engaged this holiday season. Have you seen their pop beads, journaling kits, and play jewelry? Visit SmitCo online and at Amazon to find the perfect gift for your kids this Christmas.

The Lugz Colorado boot wears like a sneaker, but performs like a boot. If you’re searching for a dependable and fashionable shoe to get you through a long day on your feet – these chunky soled hikers are for you.

ENTER TO WIN a Lugz New Arrival Men’s Boot! Cold weather is heading our way, even in Florida, and this Christmas the man in your life needs new boots!  But what do you do if your guy needs new boots and sneakers?  You give him the Lugz Colorado! The Colorado boot wears like a sneaker, but performs like a boot.  Boots your guy will actually want to wear no matter how long he’s on his feet! Visit Lugz.com to learn more and checkout ALL of their new arrivals! Need shoes for church? New duck boots?  Check these out too—->HERE! (So many amazing boots!)

Simplay3 Rock & Roll Teeter Totter

ENTER TO WIN Rock & Roll Teeter Totter from Simplay3! The Rock & Roll Teeter Totter has kid-friendly rounded edges, easy grip handles, and wide contoured seats with high backrests. Children can even flip the teeter totter over for active and imaginative tunnel play crawling fun, indoors or outdoors! The Rock & Roll Teeter Totter was recently awarded a Parent’s Choice Recommended Award!

Do you know Simplay3? Simplay3 is Made in America by American workers! They want to provide simple solutions to work and play, by offering amazing toys for kids, and quality products to help parents around the home too!  Visit Simplay3 to learn more.

Winning Moves Classic Games and Family Favorites

ENTER TO WIN a Winning Moves USA Prize Pack! Winning Moves USA’s mission is to provide happiness to consumers by offering Classic, Retro, Cool and Fun games for play with friends and family. The winner of this great giveaway is going to have games to play with the whole family! No Stress Chess® is an amazing game and a fun way to learn how to play Chess AND Pass The Pigs® Big Pigs™ is just FUN! Rolling around with your BIG PIGS is holiday fun I promise!

Visit Winning Moves USA online to find the latest games to play with your family!

Etching Expressions Christmas Wine Bottles

ENTER TO WIN a $100 Etching Expressions Gift Code! Are you worried about finding the right gift for a loved one who’s impossible to shop for? Worry no more! Christmas shopping will be a breeze with etched wine bottles from Etching Expressions! Skilled artisans custom etch and engrave wine bottles serve as the highlight of your gift giving. The personalization options available are endless: from typography to taste, imagery to packaging, your gift will surely be a treasured keepsake gift for any lucky recipient.

Etching Expressions custom etched wine bottles are a stunning accompaniment to any gift, OR serve as a wonderful standalone present. Click HERE to learn more + receive a 15% discount through the month of November!

Dream Leggings Exclusive Prints! #DreamLeggings #BuyalltheLeggings #WinterFloral

ENTER TO WIN a pair of leggings from Dream Leggings! Introducing Dream Leggings brand NEW line made by their own manufacturer, with all unique designs! Dream Leggings Exclusives are all designed by Dream Leggings and created exclusively for their wonderful customers! These Yoga Leggings are the NEWEST, classiest winter printed Leggings you won’t find anywhere else! They are made of the highest standard in materials, including a special new 4” yoga waist, and unbelievable seam stitching! Our new line of Exclusive Leggings are stronger, more durable, and uniquely comfortable!

Visit Dream Leggings to see all of the beautiful holiday prints AND jump at their Buy any 5 Pair of Leggings Get a 6th Pair FREE  (and free shipping) deal! (Free Leggings? Yes Please!)

ENTER TO WIN!

ALL OF THE PRIZES LISTED ABOVE

ONE WINNER TAKES ALL!!!!!

The giveaway is open US Only, 18+

The giveaway ends 11/30 at 1159 pm est

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78 thoughts on “Enter to Win the Christmas Joy Giveaway Event! US Only, Ends 11/30

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    My most memorable gift was when I got a Light Bright toy as a kid. Loved it.

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    Definitely an engagement ring a couple years ago 😉

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    When I was 16, all I wanted was a ghetto blaster with a dual cassette so I could make my own recordings on blank cassette tapes. I also wanted a CD player. I was blessed to get a ghetto blaster with the dual cassette and CD, but I got it a couple of days before Christmas. My brother, 4 years younger than me, had helped my parents pick out the ghetto blaster. The suspense and secret was driving him nuts so after supper, I think on the 23rd of December, my brother proudly carried the wrapped gift out to me at the kitchen table. Needless to say, I was over the moon. I got blank cassettes for Christmas and it did not take long for me to have them all filled with music. I still remember that my brother got teary eyed, just as I did, when I opened my gift.

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    We got tvs as a Christmas gift, and I was so surprised to get such a gift.

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    My most memorable gift was a kitchen aid mixer.

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    My most memorable Christmas was when I got a SNES.

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    Going to Mary’s house (a family friend).

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    I got a Cabbage Patch doll and I was so excited!

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    My most memorable Christmas gift was when Santa brought my first bike.

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    When I was 7 I got the dollhouse i really wanted!

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    My most memorable Christmas is when I got a My Size Barbie, I loved it so much.

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    My most favorite Christmas memory is the year I got my Cabbage Patch doll!

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    I remember falling asleep under the tree one year waiting for Santa to come.

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    I got tickets for a cruise.
    Thanks for the contest.

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    My best gift was a soft body blue jean doll. I loved that doll I took her every where

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    My most memorable Christmas was our 1st road trip to grandmas house. A road trip during the holidays was so fun.

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    Mine was my cabbage patch kid the year my dad died.

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    The most exciting present I could ever remember getting was a chemistry set and a microscope which seemed so incredibly precious to me that I rarely took them out of the box. I was afraid I would break them. The Microscope was reasonably good quality and had lenses and slides and solution prep and scalpels and so on.

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    i always enjoyed making cookies with my dad, great memories!

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    I have so many memories. My most favorite memory was when I received a breadmaker. I think I was about 13. I still have it now at 41 years old.

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    History books I always enjoyed learning about the past that way I have a pretty good idea where I’m from.

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    Favorite Christmas presents from childhood: probably the two “Father Christmas” books by Raymond Briggs!

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    The first Christmas we had after our first baby as a family.

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    My most memorable gift was my Cabbage Patch doll in the 80’s,my mom fought for that doll too at the mall lol.

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    All of my boys 1st Christmas were a lot of fun.

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    My most memorable gift was a teddy bear that I got from Santa. We found it in the tree at my gram and gramps house when we were taking down the tree.

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    My memorable memory is my children’s first Christmas!

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    I always loved our silly and unique Christmas Eves (and traditions)… I always looked forward to Christmas Eve, all year ‘round. Our little family would listen to Elvis’ Christmas album, have playful arguments over whether we should each open a gift that evening, and pig out on random finger foods. I cherished every moment of it.

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    My favorite Christmas memory is from last year. Walking down the stairs with my little girl and getting to see her face when she sees the Christmas tree and all the presents is priceless.

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    I got thia hello kitty pez dispenser one year. It was so unique because of the size. It was one of those giant pez dispensers with huge pez candy that goes inside. It was pink with a huge hello kitty head on top. I just loved it!

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    Making Christmas cookies for all our neighbors with my Grandmother and Mom.

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    A couple of years ago, after my grandfather passed away, my aunt gifted me a pillow made of one of his shirts with a little saying on it. I cried and cried, it was so special!

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    I always love getting experience gifts or something somebody made. A friend made me a scrapbook once.

    -Lauren

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    My brother and I spent months after Christmas enjoying our first gaming system(NES) when we were kids.

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    My favorite memories are the kids faces on Christmas morning!

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    My most memorable Christmas memory was when I was a kid and I would wake up super early and open Christmas presents with my grandparents.

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    My most memorable Christmas was the last time my family was all together.

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    My son and his wife made dinner for our whole crew of 15 for Christmas so I didn’t have to Rosanne

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    Before my Grandpa passed he gave me a huge jar of pickles for Christmas. He knew how much I loved pickles.

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    My most memorable gift was my Cabbage Patch Doll my mom got for me!

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    One year I really wanted the Cricket Doll, I saw a commercial and I was sold. Well that year I never got it, so the next year I asked for her again and I got it!!!

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    When my siblings and I were younger Christmas was always hard for our parents. We didn’t have a lot of money to put food on the table and pay bill so there wasn’t much left for Christmas. I remember one year however our parents saved up and bought a trampoline as a gift for all 3 of us to share. It was the best Christmas gift ever. We had so much fun on that trampoline for years.

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    Most memorable was the first Christmas with my son.. He was just bout 3 months old at the time.

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    I always loved when my grandparents would come over to celebrate Christmas with us. We had many great holidays together!

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    My most memorabe gift was the first gifts my children made for me. Best Christmas ever.

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    A doll that was on the cover of the Sears catalog

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    My mom & dad bought me and my sisters a nice play kitchen right before they divorced. I woke up the night before Christmas to find them up at 3am trying their best to put together the kitchen! I quietly went back to bed super excited! That is my most memorable Christmas gift as it was the last holiday my parents ever spent together

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    I got my first car for Christmas when I was 16.

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    the best memories of christmas i have are when we all used to go to my grandparents for christmas dinner and everyone was all there together,,it was fun

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    My most memorable Christmas gift was the bicycle that Santa brought when I was in the fourth grade. My two younger brothers also got bicycles, so there were THREE matching bicycles in the living room on Christmas Day. This was the mid-70s, so the bikes had highrise handlebars and banana seats. Those bikes took us everywhere.

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    My most memorable Christmas was the year we had the kids do a scavenger hunt to find their final present.

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    My most memorable gift was diamond earrings!

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    Most memorable is this coming christmas when I get to see my my twin granddaughters for the first time and they are 5 months!!!

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    My most memorable gift was a pair of diamonds from my husband. It was our first Christmas together.

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    I remember being 8 and going shopping with my parents at TJ Maxx. We were not well off and there was a teddy bear I always played with there in a large bin. One day it was gone and I was so sad. It turned out my parents bought it for me and it was my favorite present ever. I still have it to this day in my 40s.

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    My most memorable Christmas gift was a teddy bear I got when I turned 4. I am now 51 and still have that bear.

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    My most memorable gift was my star sapphire ring that I got when I was 13. It still fits and I am 70.

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    I remember I really loved this mint green spaghetti strap satiny/silky nightgown I got when I was in first grade(?). I liked that it made me feel like a grown-up! 🙂

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    My daddy brought me a life size doll with blue satin bonnet and dress for Christmas. I loved it so mucy & still think about it even now.

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    My boyfriend bought me an iPad a couple years ago and that was really sweet because I’d been wanting one for awhile

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    A few years ago my boyfriend bought me an iPad for Christmas and that was really sweet because he knew I wanted one for a few years

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    When I was a little girl I got a dollhouse that was bigger than I was and I was in heaven! That was my most memorable gift.

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    I was extremely happy the year that I received an Atari and a few games for Christmas.

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    My most memorable gift was my husband coming home a week early from his year deployment. He surprised me by knocking on the door on Christmas Eve wearing a Santa hat!!

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