Friday, 6 November 2015

An Introduction to Joys Crafts Personalised Gifts and Giveaway


So this week I was lucky enough to be sent a gorgeous personalised Father Christmas treat board from the lovely people at Joys Crafts, a website that specialises in producing gorgeous personalised gifts. The Father Christmas treat board is a sturdy wooden board that has spaces for Santa's drink (we give him milk, but when I was a kid it was Brandy!) and cookies/mince pie, and of course carrots for his Reindeer!  It has been engraved with the kids names, which I wondered if would be possible as I have four of them, but it was no problem at all and it looks great.  I am planning on putting it in their Christmas Eve box this year and they will be thrilled. Our Christmas Eve box get opened on Christmas Eve Night has their new PJ's, a Christmas DVD, hot chocolate ingredients and sweeties in usually, so this will be a perfect addition.  These boards are priced at £14.95, which I think is amazing value considering you will keep and treasure it for years to come.  Delivery is super fast too, if you order before 1pm your order will be posted the same day.




I've been taking a look at the other bits and pieces on the site and there's so many gorgeous items that would make perfect gifts, and with Christmas round the corner gift ideas are always welcome.  I especially love the tree decorations in the teacher gifts section, what a lovely presents and something completely different instead of the usual mugs and chocolates.  




So, because I love you, i'm giving you the chance to win a personalised Teacher candy cane tree decoration (as above), made to your exact specifications and delivered directly to you by the end of term!  Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget below, you know what to do...


43 comments:

  1. pjs on, xmas film & open a little pressie before leaving snacks out for santa :)

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  2. Carrot for Rudolph, Milk for Santa!

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  3. we make chocolates for santa!

    Ashleigh

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  4. We always watch Scrooged and have turkey sandwiches for dinner

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  5. Curling up and watching a festive film with my kids

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  6. Christmas Eve we have drinks at the pub

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  7. Watching Love Actually with a glass of baileys!

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  8. Movie night snuggled up with blankets and hot water bottles :)

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  9. I normally give my kids 1 present to open and its normally one pair of pj's x

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  10. yes we always open a present each - leanne w

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  11. carrot and milk left by the door!

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  12. During the day we go as a family to the cemeteries and put Xmas wreaths on the graves of our dearly missed relatives and then we finish off the last minute Xmas shopping. We pick up a takeaway and enjoy it with a bottle of mulled wine, whilst wrapping the last minute pressies all ready for the big day. Lastly its my job to place Xmas sacks outside all bedrooms in readiness for the morning, meanwhile my partner is frantically peeling potatoes and stuffing the turkey.

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  13. yes i do last minute decorating,then put on national lampoons christmas vacation x

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  14. Only putting out a mince pie for Father Christmas.

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  15. we track santa, then leave mince pie and milk, then bed early lol

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  16. yes the kids get an xmas eve box and we all get new pjs

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  17. The kids get new pjs and we drink special hot chocolate with lots of whipped cream and marshmallows.

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  18. Xmas Music, Beef Wellington & Red Wine :)

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  19. We open our presents on Christmas Eve, at dusk. Hubby puts a Christmas hat on and brings the presents through from under the Christmas tree in the Hall and we all sit in our places to unwrap them. After all the presents are open, everyone but me hides under the wrapping paper on the floor and I take photos of them.

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  20. Ours is a human christmas tree dress up comp and a chinese

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  21. Christmas eve box with a film and a book. Pjs too

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  22. We haven't got any routines for Xmas eve

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  23. We go to Nan's and prepare the veg for the big day and have a little drink, then its off home and bed for my youngest with Santa's plate ready for him. Then a little christmas tv before his big brothers join him.

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  24. Always a family meal with extended family. Then before bed we put out reindeer food, carrot and some milk and a cookie.

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  25. NEW JAMMIES AND A CHRISTMAS MOVIE :)

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  26. We play games as a family, eating & drinking. We put out the mince pie, carrot & drink for Santa and Rudolph, then fill the stockings after the kids go to bed.

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  27. New pj's for the kids to wear on christmas eve and always read same story (Jingle Bells)

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  28. We always hang the stockings up above the fireplace on Christmas Eve and put cookies carrots and milk out for santa and his reindeers

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  29. Maria Jane Knight16 November 2015 at 13:29

    We dont do the Elf, but we do, do xmas eve boxes.

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  30. What a fantastic prize. We are always looking for new and creative ideas for gifts for my sons teachers

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  31. we always put a bottle of beer and mince pie out for father christmas and a carrot out for the reindeer

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  32. We have a Christmas Eve delivered by an Elf that my Son opens at sunset.

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  33. We eating large oven baked salmon :)

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  34. Yes we always say a prayer for the less fortunate the only time of year we do x

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  35. Christmas box, then Christmas pj's hot choc and goodies and watch Santa claus the movie

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  36. freshly bake homemade sausage rolls and while they are cooking I prep the veg for Christmas day

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