05 November 2015

Christmas Gift Giveaway #5 - WIN 1 of 5 Chocolate Penguin and Tree Sets


Gourmet food company Cottage Delight have some lovely gift sets and a fantastic confectionery range. 

These cute little stocking fillers are just one product from their collection and they make a lovely treat for anyone with a sweet tooth this Christmas. Here is your chance to win 1 of 5 tubes to devour or gift!










For your chance to win 1 of 5 Chocolate Penguins and Trees sets you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 12th December 2015. 

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!






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269 comments :

  1. A usb in the shape of a storm trooper.

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  2. A pair of kissing chihuahua salt and pepper pots!

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  3. some Hotel Chocolate praline melts

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  4. a homemade snowglobe my kids made!

    AShleigh

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  5. Some of my favourite Thorntons chocolates.

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  6. A personalised phone case, I do love a good phone case, hehe. Thanks for the chance to win. xx

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  7. Christ it was quite a long time ago :/ but I think it would have had to be my A-Team set :)

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  9. a snow globe with my kids faces on x

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  10. a new engagement ring after I lost my original one :)

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  11. A tardis that lights up and makes the whooshy noise :)

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  12. A little cuddly moose - with satin wings!

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  13. Some multi-coloured fluffy socks!

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  14. Bedsocks - my feet get really cold at night :D

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  15. a set of designer perfume miniatures

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  16. A bag for life with my kids photo

    Kay Panayi

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  17. A set of Jacks when I was about eight - I played with them for years!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  18. Small but my mum always puts stamps in my stocking love getting them

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  19. I love my sugar mice, my hubby makes my Christmas so special ans I look forward to these each year.

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  20. No one ever does stocking fillers for me as an adult but when I was a kid we always just got fruit and nuts in our stockings so the one time I got chocolate it was a very big deal :)

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  21. A framed picture of Wham-a long time ago!

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  22. Can't remember ever getting a filled stocking as an adult - have now dropped major hints to hubby and son (as I fill their stockings for them), as a child we had a satsuma, chocolate coins and a small toy or colouring book

    (Real name: Christine Lockley)

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  23. A gorgeous Mum ring from my kids :)

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  24. A cruise to Bruges! In fact it was a box, with a picture of the p&o Oriana on it, with the date of the cruise being my birthday a few weeks later! And when we were there he proposed next to the Lake of Love! They say Romance is dead - definitely not!!! There are some amazing fellas out there! ;-) x

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  25. A cadbury's buttons moneybox full of buttons, i remember being really, really pleased with it.

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  26. My engagement ring back in 1999 :-) That was a one off stocking

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  27. I couldn't survive Christmas without a big tube of Smarties

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  28. Claire Elizabeth Noke5 November 2015 at 23:51

    a family photo collage

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  29. I've not had a stocking for years - and it was very lowkey - always had a tangerine in the toe though, and chocolate coins!

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  30. its been a long while since iv had a stocking! probably some yummy chocolate.

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  31. Joanna kasznicki6 November 2015 at 01:09

    A pair of snuggle bed socks and a small cuddly eeyore. I just love eeyore!

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  32. A little hand held pocket game, when I was a child.

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  33. a white chocolate snowman from the snowman film. I loved it!

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  34. green and black chocolate set

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  35. a beautiful vanilla candle, that had a poem about friendship on it from my daughter x

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  36. Montezuma's chocolates - I get them in my stocking from my mum every year!

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  37. Our stockings always used to be silly presents! Once we got those paper lazer things and I ended up having a magical dual with my brother all morning

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  38. Chocolate is always a winner with me

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  39. A lovely, warming hat, scarf and sock set.

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  40. Some chattering teeth - hours of entertainment!

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  41. RUPERT THE BEAR ANNUAL

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  42. A Michael Kors Rose Gold Watch

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  43. a small stocking full of pound coins

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  44. Always loved my box of Cadbury Miniatures

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  45. A handmade picture from my son (Ruth Wollerton)

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  46. An old fashioned book called "The Art of Kissing"

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    1. Some lovely bubble bath - always a nice treat!

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  48. i have had lots of lovely stocking fillers over time but i have to say my favourite is a heart charm my 2 children made me when they were very small and i have had this some 15 years now

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  49. I used to always get a big chocolate santa x

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  50. Crystallised Orange and Lemon Slices. Still love them to this day.

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  51. gosh its been so long since I had a stocking but remember one thing from my childhood and it was a massive acrylic purple ring (still have it too...I'm such a hoarder, lol)

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  52. Lots of Reeces Peanut Butter Cups!

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  53. Mint chocolates, love them

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  54. Don't recall ever getting anything too exciting as a child apart from my stilts which weren't in my stocking. They were in the bath for some strange reason! I've often wondered why!

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  55. a photo collage of my time at university

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  56. chocolate buttons - Hubby knows they are a favourite

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  57. My first ever pair of magic gloves. The first time in years my little fingers reached the end of them 😊

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  58. Chocolate Snowmen

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  59. An orange. That may sound silly but it's a tradition that's been in our family for years now.

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  60. Robbie Williams Concert Tickets 😻

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  61. an adult colouring book and pens

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  62. my slipper boots

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  63. A pet log @jaizduck

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  64. chocolate money which my mum still buys me and i'm nearly 30!

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  65. A handy gadget shaped like a credit card which contains a nail file, a tiny pair of scissors, some very small screwdrivers that you can use to tighten the screws on your glasses, and a couple of other useful things that would otherwise get lost at the bottom of your handbag.

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  66. Me and my partner had a scan the week before Xmas my partner found out the sex of our baby and put the colour baby grow in my stocking best Xmas ever my son

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  67. Haven't received stocking fillers for about 40 years, but I do remember getting delicious Lindt animal shapes

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  68. My little pony when i was 4, loved it!x

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  69. My Aunt bought me a box with different pencils, stickers and erasers when I was 7. It was like exploring a little treasure chest.

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  70. A my sad cat calender

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  71. A glass Santa snowglobe. I still have it now and it comes out every Christmas!

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  72. My stocking fillers tend to be chocolate based since my family know me so well, so that would be my favourite!

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  73. We don't do stockings as adults but as a kid my favourite things were chocolate coins, hair bands and a new little china hedgehog (i collected them)

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  74. Handmade chocolates made by the kids! very thoughtful x

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  75. I get animal socks every year!

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  76. I love surprises, candles and chocolates are always my favourites

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  77. A locket with a photo of my kids

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  78. Charmian Filewood9 November 2015 at 16:39

    When I was a kid, novelty erasers. I collected them :)

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  79. Bath bombs. So nice to have a Christmas bath bomb to use after a big roast dinner and all of the family stress. x

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  80. a slinky , i had a as a child back in the 70s, we were such an uncool family it was so usual for me to get a really popular toy!

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  81. A windup blue and white bath whale. I remember it still from childhood many decades ago

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  82. I never had stockings as a child - not a family tradition but hubby makes me one & I alway love my bath bomb

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  83. Rocket balloons Ha! I still remember the Christmas morning chaos they caused. :)

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  84. My husband once got me a nail varnish from America - it was quite sweet really because he'd actually read beauty blogs to find out what the best nail varnishes were, which really made me laugh, bless him

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  85. Lip Balms - I'm addicted to lip balm!

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  86. It was some posh soaps lol but i love my saps and i pay a fortune for them ... not everyone's idea of a dream stocking filler but i loved them x

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  87. I get eyeliner each year and love it. Look forward to it.

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  88. A lovely necklace from the hubby

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  89. A sliding puzzle that when completed was a crossword - I was a bit of a geek!

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  90. An angel charm from my grandmother xx

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  91. I loved getting a colouring book and pens when I was younger! I loved waking up at all hours feeling it poking in my feet and feeling really excited but couldnt move until morning

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  92. A handmade necklace made by my daughter.

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  93. I'm not really sure.. I'd have to say perfume I think.. or makeup

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  94. tickets for a show in Manchester that I really wanted to watch

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  95. A face mask!

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  96. A big bottle of Snow Fairy from Lush! Love that stuff!

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  97. A tiny perfectly crafted sledge that my Sindy fitted onto. Turns out my dad had spent ages making it to have it ready in time

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  98. A 10 in 1 pen as a child. So did lots of my friends on our road...all the mums shopping from the same mail order catalogues!

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  99. A Terry's chocolate orange - all for myself (I was 6 and ate it all in one sitting then was very ill...)

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  100. I love sugar mice, as a kid and even now I have grown! They are so sweet but I love 'em.

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  101. A photo frame made by my daughter :)

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  102. The first two famous five books when I was 5 years old

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  103. Never really got any stocking fillers before.

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  104. Tickets to a holiday in Hawaii

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  105. I have received some lovely quirky vintage style jewelry in my stocking before which I loved! x

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  106. Love my stocking - memories of my childhood - satsuma and apple, chocolate coins. Over the years some wonderful surprises. Love the decadent chocolate I find - spin it out as long as possible!

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  107. Strawberry Laces, my favourite sweets ever :)

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  108. National Lottery Instants, every year without fail.. best I've won is £2!

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  109. chocolate nom nom

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  110. chocolate

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  111. Winning ticket from hospice raffle tickets christmas draw xx

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  112. mint chocolate yes i am easy pleased

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  113. I will always love the box of assorted livesavers in my stocking. At the age of 46 I still enjoy seeing them in my stocking. A Holiday Favorite.

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  114. Knitted scarf from my daughters when they first started knitting. Could see which one done what side lol My 10 year old used needles and my 6 year old used her fingers :D

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