11 November 2014

Christmas Gift Giveaway - Day 11



My Christmas Gift Giveaway is back! 30 days, 30+ fantastic prizes.
Just my way of saying 'thank you' to all of my followers this year.


WIN 1 of 2 Tins of Sugru

This ultimate stocking filler will add more colour to your Christmas...





Sugru, the world’s most addictive mouldable glue that allows you to make, modify or fix nearly antyhing has just introduced a range of new colours in time for Christmas all packaged neatly into two limited edition tins - the perfect stocking filler! Available exclusively at sugru.com from 21st November, we’re giving away 2 tins containing five of the new colours to inspire some creative DIY this Christmas (includes Awesome Orange, Silver Grey, Woody Brown, Mossy Green and Panther Pink).

If you’re not already addicted Sugru, here are just a few reasons why no Christmas should be without some of this magic putty….


Sugru is:

  • The only way to stop the tears when toys get broken
  • A new wonder material that feels like play dough but acts like superglue and sticks to pretty much anything
  • It's great for repairing or protecting your gadgets
  • Idea' for fixing things, making jewellery or repairing Christmas lights
  • Simply apply, shape and watch it transform into a flexible rubber over night!

You can even team it with LEGO to hold your cables safely and securely...


   

It's so versatile!

You can find out more information or purchase your own on the website.



*** WIN ***

For your chance to win 1 of  2 tins of Sugru you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.
The giveaway is open to those in the UK and ends at 11.59pm GMT 10th December 2014.
Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.


Good luck!





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94 comments :

  1. i would put Sugru in my husban's stocking, since he always fixes things...

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  2. I would give it to my handy husband!

    Ashleigh

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  3. I would put it in Dad's stocking xxx

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  4. I would give it to my father in law, he is a DIY nut. He loves sticking things and I will definitely be borrowing some to stick LEGO figures around the house :) x

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  5. I'd give it to my Dad - he has everything known to the world of DIY so this would be a great addition to his kit

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  6. I give some to my Dad who I'm sure would find a use for it.

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  7. I'd use it for fixing my Disney Wikeez to the side of the shelving to form a display!

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  8. I would give it to my hubby who's always having to mend things.

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  9. put it in my hubbies he always needs glue

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  10. Give to my other half for his models.

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  11. I'd give it to my hubby, I'm sure he'd find plenty of uses for it as he does most of the DIY.

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  12. It would go straight into my sons stocking x

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  13. I would give it to my husband as he mends everything in the house.

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  14. I tink this is a present for my dad!!

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  15. A presie for my partner as he fixes everything

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  16. I would give it to my husband to fix things

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  17. Oh wow, husband would love this

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  18. I would give it to the other half as a hint to fix things

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  19. give it to my dad who loves DIY :D

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  20. In my other half's stocking, something new for his workshop would make his xmas!

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  21. My hubby will make good use of it :)

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  22. I'd use it to hang wedding decorations!

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  23. I would put this in my partners christmas stocking. I know he would love this!

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  24. I would put sugru in my husband's stocking in the hope that he would fix a few things around the house.

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  25. if you have a loose wire connection eg computer leads then a bit of sugru round the wire really helps

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  26. it would go in my hubbies stocking for sure

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  27. I'd put it in my other half's stocking, he loves things like this & would have fun with it!

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  28. I would love it for crafting :) thank you x

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  29. I would use it to fix up my christmas lights

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  30. I would keep it myself, it looks great to fix fiddling things that glue can't do

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  31. sounds great, I would let my husband loose with it

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  32. HOW COOL IS THAT????

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  33. Not heard of Sugru before,would keep it safe in my stocking because i would know where it was!

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  34. I'd Put it in my partners stocking he could mend the kids toys and use it for his models

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  35. I'd put it in my own Christmas stocking :) for doing bits and bobs around the house.

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  36. I have never heard of Sugru before and am intrigued by it so I would keep it and use it in crafting with my daughter rather than fixing stuff as with the fab colours it would look great and be fun to use

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  37. I haven't heard if this before, however the kids school are always sending them home to make something, we have just created a Viking long boat and up next is a space rocket so I would keep this handy for those projects!!!

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  38. I would use Sugru to repair the power lead for my laptop. At the moment I am using some tape to hold it in place so Sugru sounds like a perfect solution and cheaper than buying a new lead

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  39. Sounds like it would be perfect for crafting - not heard of it before, but looks really interesting!

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  40. I'd put it in my sons stocking

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  41. I'd use it to mend my son's Buzz Lightyear - he keeps dropping it and poor Buzz's helmet is usually hanging off!

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  42. I would give it to my husband as he loves fixing things and new products

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  43. id use it in my husbands he is forever having to fix things for the kids :D

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  44. I'd give it to my sister as she's a crafter and can think of amazing ideas just like this!

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  45. id put it in my fiances stocking he loves little life hacks and this stuff is brilliant for so many life hacks!

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  46. Peter's - as long as he keeps it away from Violet!

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  47. I would use this for loads of things like fixing my kitchen drawers

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  48. Gift for the father in law:)

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  49. My husband is Mr Fix It so it's got to be him

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  50. I'd keep it so I can fix my daughters toys and avoid tantrums

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  51. I would use it as a Secret Santa gift at work. It would also be perfect for our workplace as there is always something to stick or mend and we are always caught out.

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  52. i would give it to my dad, anything that breaks in my house i give him a call and hes round in a flash. he has a shed and a garage full of tools and other fixy stuff. this would soon find a place

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  53. i would put this in my husbands hes always having to fix things for the kids ;)

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  54. As well as repairing things with it I would have a go at making some interesting jewellery.

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  55. I have broken so mnay things lately I think I need this in my won stocking!

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  56. I use it for fixing kids toys a lot. But these cute colours I would use a bit like Fimo and make xmas tree decs.

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  57. i'd give it my husband as he would have lots of uses for it!

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  58. In my boyfriends stocking as I'm sure he would find a good use for it

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  59. My nephew would find lots of uses for this!

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  60. I would give it to my boyfriend who always has to fix everything

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  61. My daughter would love to use this

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  62. This would go in my husband's stocking in the hope that he might start to fix things!

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  63. I would give this to my partner, she loves to fix stuff, and model things, so I bet she could come up with something great.

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  64. Pauline Burroughs20 November 2014 at 10:08

    I'd give it to my hubby. He's always got a project on the go so I'm sure he'd love this x

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  65. my daughter would love this, she loves things all crafty and would enjoy moulding things

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  66. My dad would love this

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  67. I would give it to my Mr Fix it boyfriend :)

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  68. Claire Elizabeth Noke22 November 2014 at 21:28

    Wow my dad is "Mr D.I.Y" - I'd give it to him :)

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  69. Definitely give it to my hubby. He loves fixing things.

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  70. i owuld give it to my mum who needs this as her glue has all dried up x

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  71. I would give this to my stepdad

    Kay panayi

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  72. my dad would know what to do with this :)

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  73. definitely would love this for the husband!

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  74. I'd give it to my Dad

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  75. Iđź’™Sugru5 December 2014 at 05:47

    To my hard to buy presents for dad!

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  76. This is absolute genius! I would put it in my husbands stocking. He loves nothing more than fixing things.

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  77. I'd put it in my hubbies stocking, he loves a bit of DIY

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  78. I'd give it to my brother in law

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  79. This sounds fantastic, I'd put it in my hubbys stocking, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  80. I'd put this in my fiance's stocking as he is the DIY person round here and this is something that we haven't seen before.

    Keeley Shaw

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  81. Would be great to help me decorate my dorm

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  82. i'd give this to my mum in her xmas stocking :) xx

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  83. I would put this aside for fixing any problems with my daughters toys because she gets so upset if anything of hers breaks, so this would be perfect for that!

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  84. Got to use some of this at a half term activity / amazing stuff

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