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COMPETITION: Crystals and Gems Christmas Royal Pack

I hope you enjoyed reading my review of Crystals and Gems self adhesive gems. I’ve already had a lot of fun, making things sparkly ready for Christmas, and now you have the opportunity to win a Christmas Royal Pack like mine, all to yourself!



The Christmas Royal Pack, at the time of writing, is on sale for £7.99 and is plenty enough to add sparkle to 10 or more Christmas cards. All of the patterns are adhered together so you do not have to place the gems individually and you will get a perfect result every time. It’s a lovely prize. Just enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. If you have any trouble with it, try refreshing the page a couple of times, Rafflecopter widgets can be a little temperamental sometimes!

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Laura

Bestselling author and freelance drinks writer. Champion of pubs and breweries. Occasional printmaker.

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  • Really looking forward to catching up with family and friends and knowing the office is shut for two weeks so no one is likely to call me (which they usually do when I'm on holiday!).

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  • Getting together with all the family to open presents while our puppy runs around like a mad thing!! :)

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  • This Christmas I am looking forward to good food, drink, opening pressies & seeing everyone's happy faces as they open theirs, and watching some good Christmas films on the tv.

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  • I'm looking forward to seeing my granddaughter's face when she sees that Santa has been and delivered some gifts for her. She is only 3 so this is the first Christmas where she has really been involved.
    @TweetwithHelen

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  • A day of keeping the door locked and playing board games with the kids :)

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  • The food and the company.

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  • Having a week off work!

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  • A break from work and spending time with my family
    jen jackson
    @jen1984j

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  • I'm looking forward to surprising my partner with his xmas gift which I'm going to wait until the family have gone and baby has gone to bed to give him so he thinks he didn't get one… shhhh

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  • spending at least one day just me, hubby and our kitty. Peaceful, quiet and resting after a pretty horrid year. Be nice to eat when we like and sleep when we like, especially after a really good Christmas Day lunch!

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  • This is the first year where my little boy will understand Christmas so we're all very excited.

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  • I'm looking forward to just spending time with my family. It's hard not seeing them when I'm at uni! :(

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  • STUART HARGREAVES

    SMILES ON CHILDREN'S FACES

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  • watching the children get all excited with the build up & xmas dinner too :)

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  • I'm looking forward to my 2 and half yr old grandaughter Lily seeing the tree and presents on Xmas morning. in our house, when there are little ones around(between 2 and 3), we dont put up the tree until babies gone to bed, so when they get up..it really looks like santa and his elves and fairies have been and decorated the whole house and left lots of presents..the look on their faces is a picture..Lily will have that first special surprise this xmas so we're all really looking forward to it.

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  • I got married this year so looking forward to a first Christmas as a new family x

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  • Seeing my daughters face on Christmas morning when she comes downstairs and sees all her presents.

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  • I am looking forward to seeing my children opening their pressies! They are all still very young so all still 'believe' in Father Christmas! They are always fascinated when they see the nibbled carrot, the mince pie crumbs and empty port glass – that the ma himself has left behind along with their pressies!

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  • I looked forward to seeing Hudson face when he sees his Christmas pressies & always speaking to all the family that we can't spend Christmas day on the telephone.

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