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GIVEAWAY: Christmas Tree Jewelry Candle! (WW) -CLOSED-

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Jewelry Candle has a brand new scent called Christmas Tree! You can win one before it's available to buy! Inspired by the American Classic, Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory!

Instead of a golden ticket in a chocolate bar, you get Premium Soy Wax Candles with jewelry hidden inside worth anywhere from $10 to $7500! You may get a ring, bracelet , necklace, pendant, anklets or beautiful pair of earrings in your candle! You just never know what you are going to get!

Donna’s Deals and More has teamed up with some fabulous bloggers, including myself :), to bring you a chance at winning your very own Christmas Tree Jewelry Candle! Just fill out the rafflecopter below. *Open Worldwide!
 a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. Tight Wad in Utah is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

Comments

Cassidy said…
Spending lots of quality time with the whole family.
Celeste said…
All of the time spent with family!
Karen said…
Seeing family I don't see often enough the rest of the year.
metomommy said…
I love the wonder of Christmas and the family time!
metomommy said…
I love the wonder of the season and the time with family!
Rachel Davis said…
Spending time with family and giving gifts and baking cookies with my kids and hubby!
Rachel Davis said…
Spending time with family and baking cookies with my kids and hubby!
wheezi said…
baking with the neices!
Connie Gruning said…
My favorite part of Christmas is having the whole family together. And sitting in a quiet house with just the Christmas lights on.
Connie Gruning
CGruning at aol (dot) com
Brenda Penton said…
Decorating, baking, and watching the kids open their gifts

brendapenton(at)hotmail(dot)com
EM said…
Our Swedish Christmas meal with my Swedish grandparents.

(maria.harenavimen.476@gmail.com)
Anonymous said…
Decorations!
faboosh said…
I love the snow! and the christmas trees! and the decorations! and the movies! lol
My favorite is to give and receive Christmas gifts :-)
Thank You

Fiona
Trisi Anne said…
Being with family and eating delicious food.
Sarah said…
I love celebrating the wonder of the birth of the Christ with my family all around!
Anna C said…
I love the fesitivies at church and visiting with family.
Lori Dixon said…
Love food, family, fun and laughter!
/Lori Dixon
Katherine said…
My favorite part of Christmas is celebrating Jesus' birthday, complete with birthday cake!
Katherine
Mike Davis said…
I love watch everything that goes on-- all the family--friends--our kids --the excitement-- It so great--then all the good foods too
Sarah Yurga said…
I love buying the perfect gift for someone!
sarahyurga@yahoo.com
Wisteria said…
I love celebrating Christmas with all my family!
Wisteria said…
I love celebrating Christmas with all my family!
Lisa E. said…
The emphasis on giving!
Anonymous said…
I just love driving around with the kids to look at all the holiday light displays in our area.
corey1971 said…
How excited my kids get! (Corey Olomon)
lilyk said…
My favorite part of Christmas is getting presents.
Meredith said…
Spending time with family and watching my niece and nephew open their presents!!

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