13 March 2014

Mother's Day Guylian Giveaway

Treat your mum on 30th March to a beautifully presented box of chocolates from the world's favourite Belgian chocolatier - Guylian!



Guylian is made from 100% Belgian chocolate and they use only the finest ingredients for an
incredible taste. 

Their Sea Horses are filled with praline and are a delicious gift that will really be appreciated this
Mother's Day. They come in a rather indulgent 374g box - so maybe mum will share too?!
Here's hoping!





*** WIN ***

For your chance to win 1 of 3 374g boxes of Guylian Sea Horses you can enter via the Rafflecopter below.

The giveaway closes on 24th March 2014

Good luck!


a Rafflecopter giveaway


You can purchase Guylian goodies here: www.guylianshop.co.uk


291 comments :

  1. The thought behind the gift.

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  2. A hand made card and a hug! I am not fussed about gifts and I always keep my cards!

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  3. something thoughtful that you know she will love xx

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  4. Pols Piece Holidays, Cornwall - commented

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  5. I follow each way mentioned in your raffle!

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  6. following on bloglovin as katrinao and pinterest as katieo2500 xx

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  7. Something sincere and from the heart. I used to write a poem for my Gran and she always said it was better than what money could buy <3

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  8. I follow on Pinterest as kezzzzaaaa

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  9. I follow on Bloglovin' as Keri Jones

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  10. something from heart maybe something small you wasn't expected and something very special maybe a surpise

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  11. I have commented on Pols Piece Holidays, Cornwall :)

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  12. Something personal or handmade. A picture from the grandchildren for example.

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  13. Follow with bloglovin - Victoria Cosmetic cravings

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  14. http://www.theminimesandme.com/2013/02/family-fun-chinese-new-year-craft.html the blog I comment on xxx

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  15. Anything handmade!

    I follow on pinterest and bloglovin as ashlallan

    Ashleigh

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  16. being able to spend time with them :)

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  17. You can't go wrong with an orchid :)

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  18. Something personalised or handmade

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  19. Following on Pininterest as Paul Bennett

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  20. Some choccies and some flowers

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  21. Following on Bloglovin as Paul Bennett

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  22. A bunch of flowers and something the kids have made

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  23. getting all the family round on mothers day as a big surprise

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  24. Anything you've put thought into. Mum's are easily pleased!

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  25. Spending time together and being thoughtful :) oh and chocolates are always welcome too!

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  26. Something that shows you have put thought and effort into - not something stereotypical

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  27. Something that is personalised and that will be lovely to look at in the future, like an engraved necklace or bracelet rather than a bunch of flowers that will be dead within a few days or chocolate that just makes dieting even harder! :)

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  29. Spending the day with your mother and reversing the roles. Let her relax while you see to her needs. Add in chocolates and its mothers day heaven.

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  30. lynsey buchanan13 March 2014 at 23:29

    Showing her that she is apprecated

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  31. Something personal to show that you are thinking of her

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  32. Something that puts a smile on her face when she receives it and when she looks at it in the future.

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  33. Looking After Yourself While Pregnant - commented

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  34. Spending time is more appreciated than any gift! I always took Mum out for lunch and then we spent the adternoon browsing the garden nursery! She loved it, we miss her x

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  35. Following on Bloglovin' as Lorna Craig. Facebook as Lorna Craig, email as arranmum@gmail.com and Twitter as @arranmum

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  36. Doing something for them like breakfast in bed, doing a chore for them

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  37. Some praline chocolates, flowers and a nice photo
    (kim neville)

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  38. Follow on bloglovin as Kim Neville

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  39. Follow on Pinterest as Kim Neville

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  40. I think gifts of time are the best - so visiting, spending time on a mutual activity etc

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  41. a handmade gift

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  42. The best gift is something that shows you value them and care

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  43. A nice card and a phone call or visit

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  44. I commented on your recipe of Dinosaur Fossil Cookies.

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  45. I am following on Pinterest.

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  46. Best Mother's day gift is a hug and some chocolates.

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  47. I am following on Bloglovin.

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  48. flowers with a home - made card from the kids

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  49. Something made by your children or a photo of a time spent togther x Oh and wine ha!

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  50. I'm from a big old family of 9 kids - The best mother's day gift is figuring out some way for us all to be there together for her!

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  51. FOLLW ON TWITTER

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  52. something where thought as gone into the gift

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  53. It depends on what your mum likes, for mine it's always to be taken out for afternoon tes

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  54. Something that is done with thought, sometimes its just spending a bit of time with her.

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  55. commented on the egg box bugs

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  56. Something with abit thought thats went into it

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  57. something homemade, or flowers never fail :)

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  58. I don't think it's about the gift as much as it is about doing something to show how much you love them.

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  59. Being together as a family and having fun :)

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  60. Followed on Bloglovin' as ane356

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  61. Anything that says i love and appreciate you :)

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  62. Spending time with her and a nice lunch = a happy mum

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  63. A hamper filled with her favourite things and a beautiful bunch of flowers :)

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  64. All spending time together on Mother's Day.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  65. Already following on Pinterest

    Hazel Rea - beachrambler

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  66. Already following on Bloglovin - haxel - Hazel Rea (@beachrambler)

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  67. some things she uses such as hair dyes favourite soaps and bubble baths etc x maria blythin

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  68. Something uniquely thoughtful to your mum :)

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  69. Already following on pinterest and bloglovin (strawmeadow)

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  70. spending time together and a good hug

    I follow on bloglovin

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  71. nothing beats the good old bouquet of flowers :)

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  72. Definitely time with the family, probably a meal that I haven't cooked and don't have to clean up

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  74. A nice family meal and a box of chocolates

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  75. someones time or thought behind it

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  76. Follow via Pinterest - done - claire woods

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  77. Follow via Bloglovin - done claire samuel

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  78. Something with a bit of thought and care behind it...

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  79. I think a little luxury that mum wouldn't normally buy for herself, whether that be lovely chocs, gorgeous flowers of great beauty products.

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  80. Catherine McAlinden15 March 2014 at 14:59

    Definitely the thought behind it!

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  81. following on pinterest - angiehoggett

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  82. following on bloglovin - angiehoggett

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  83. a keepsake or something homemade

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  84. something luxurious that tempts your mother

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  85. something hand made.

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  86. I'm just back from a trip to Brussels and Belgian chocolate is just the best!

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  87. Follow via BlogLovin - ayjayjay

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  88. Follow via Pinterest ayjayjay2

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  89. Spending quality time together is the best present ever.

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  90. The thought that goes behind it <3

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  91. Commented on 'Friendship is Magic - Welcome to Ponyville'

    Follow on Pinterest and Bloglovin' as Susie Wilkinson

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  92. Our Week That Was - Project 365 - commented

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  93. For me a great gift would be something thoughtful and out of the ordinary to me - so that would be breakfast in bed and a bunch of flowers because I never get these!

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  94. a proper home cooked meal

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  95. Anything from the heart, even if it's just a kiss & a cuddle :)

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  96. Following on pinterest Fifi Hi

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  97. A homemade cake or biscuits, but a phone call would be just fine.

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  98. Chickpea Summer Salad - commented

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  99. My Mum likes most things that are edible and sweet!

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  100. been pampered and with your kids.

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  101. Something unique and well thought out

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  102. Following on Bloglovin' as Umm Jaffar

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  103. Commented on Brownie Hearts recipe!

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  104. Lovin chocolate

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  105. Anything that shows you have put thought into the gift is good by me!

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  106. Follow on Pinterest as walkthedust/The Dusty Attic

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  107. Follow on Bloglovin as walkthedust

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  108. Commented on your post 'Spring Into Action' about spring cleaning :)

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  109. A great Mothers day gift is anything given with thought and love

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  110. Spending quality time together on this special day

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  111. Making your House a Home with Homebase - commented

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  112. the little things like when my son gives me the last sweet in his packet etc....Also we have a no nappy change day on mothers day and fathers day. It is nice when you have a day off from the day to day stuff!

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  113. i commented on boredom busters

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  114. Her favourite perfume and chocolates.

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  115. Just giving something back however small and making her feel special. It's the thought behind it.

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  116. new slippers, a lovely hug, mug of hot tea, chocolates, magazine and a nice comfortable chair!

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  117. Interplay myStyle Craft - Shamballa Fire Jewellery - commented

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  118. i commented on make your house a home with homebase

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  119. Time together like a meal out or having your nails done together :)

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  120. followed on all sections linda curtis and lindyloo
    a great mothers day is having someone else do the dinner and the washing up

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  121. Whatever is special for your own mum

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  122. Help Your Kids Engage With Nature This Spring - commented

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  123. Following on Facebook Twitter Pinterset

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  124. sounds daft, but i missed about 12 or 13 Mothers Day' so now - this is the first year im with my mum, and i like to think that the fact we're together trumps anything else....also maybe a pandora charm for her bracelet!!!
    Thank you for the giveaway, my mum loves these chocolate, so fingers crossed!
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    http://pennyforthemuk.com

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  125. Something that you know your mum loves so for mine its a nice coffee from the coffee shop (every year) lol!!! and a little hamper of little goodies that she likes beauty products etc and a nice homemade meal for dinner :)

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  126. faye huntington21 March 2014 at 19:33

    something thoughtful, useful but also something that they wouldn't ordinarily treat themselves to! faye xx

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  127. faye huntington21 March 2014 at 19:34

    followed on bloglovin! xx

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  128. Saturday Caption... The One With The King Kong - commented

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  129. Follow on bloglovin - jo welsh

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  130. The thought behind it whether its large or small

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  131. A nice gesture or something that you know they have always wanted be it small or big.

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  132. Flowers for mum and a lie in for me.

    Im following on pinterest and bloglovin @muslimahi

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  133. Something well thought out that means a lot to them. My mother-in-law loves cats. So anything to do with cats would make her day

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  134. Something that can become a memory <3

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  135. Something to make me feel pampered x

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  136. Something thoughtful and unique to her :)

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  137. Something that is useful and maybe you could share :)

    @oneisjamie

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  138. The thought that has been put into it

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  139. any personallised item such as a cushion photo

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  140. Something she would enjoy like a meal out with the family and a magazine subscription for a magazine that she likes.

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  141. Flowers, Chocolates and cuddles

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  142. A day with mum, most important to show you care about her :)

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  143. something you know she'll love - although flowers and chocolates are always a winner!

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  144. im following blog lovin' :) claire sen

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  145. Something thoughtful,

    following on bloglovin and pinterest

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  146. followed you on bloglovin under cassiefraser

    and my answer is just a hug!

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  147. Something useful that she wouldn't buy herself. Also disposable/consumable so it doesn't add clutter to the house!

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  148. Breakfast in bed after a nice long lie in, housework been done for her and then take her out for a nice lunch x

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