Giveaway Hop: Super Stocking Stuffer $20 Amazon Gift Card

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Welcome to the Super Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Hop hosted by The Mommy Island & The Kids Did It! This giveaway hop features all sorts of giveaways such as gift cards and books. I am giving away a $20 USD Amazon gift card that can be used to purchase anything on your holiday wishlist.

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This giveaway is open to international entries. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to a notification email. Rules.

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77 thoughts on “Giveaway Hop: Super Stocking Stuffer $20 Amazon Gift Card

  1. Maria Dalmau says:

    Christmas 2016 my mother lived in N.Y. I live in Florida I woke up to her in my home she’d come for a visit, I still remember waking up and hearing her voice then seeing her when she had said she couldn’t come. She spent the holiday with us. We lost her 8 months later. I’m happy I got one last Christmas with her.
    Thanks for the great opportunity!

  2. James Robert says:

    I’ll never forget one year as a kid getting all kinds of ninja turtle things. It seemed all my friends had them except me and that one year, I’ll never forget it. One happy kid I was.

  3. Kate Sarsfield says:

    One year when we were little the power went just as we were about to sit down to dinner. Dad filled the car with all the goodies & we headed off to a friend’s caravan in the pouring rain. Best Christmas ever!

  4. Stephanie Grant says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is my son’s very first Christmas, it’s something that is very dear to my heart.

  5. Judy Cox says:

    My two children getting up Christmas morning and seeing all of their items that Santa had left them!!! There eyes were always the size of saucers!!! I really miss that!!

  6. Darlene Carbajal says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when my boyfriend bought me a laptop. I cried so much because I really needed one!

  7. Angela says:

    I remember a couple years ago when it was abnormally warm and we all just took a walk around the neighborhood looking at lights – we didn’t even need coats!

  8. Ann Fantom says:

    My favorite holiday memory is decorating the tree with my family while the Christmas music was playing and eating cookies and drinking hot chocolate.

  9. Tiffany S says:

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up really early as a kid and waking up my grandparents and then opening up presents.

  10. sheila ressel says:

    My favorite holiday memory is sharing a cup of eggnog with my father every Christmas Eve. It was something that was just between us.

  11. Natalie says:

    My favorite holiday memory was when my family drove at night in our PJs around our town to look at Christmas lights.

  12. alessandra vercelli says:

    My grandfather. I would go to him during the Christmas holidays, we would sit in front of the fireplace and eat chestnuts, and he would tell me about the war he fought.

    Alessia Vercelli in form.

  13. wendy hutton says:

    growing up the huge christmas gatherings we had, aunt, uncles, grandparents and cousins must have been about 50 people, loved it

  14. Julie Waldron says:

    My favorite holiday memory is Christmases when my Dad was alive. He loved the holidays and was the biggest kid of all.

  15. Ellen Stafford says:

    Watching Santa Claus: The Movie every Christmas eve with my Nan, Mum and sister and getting all excited. Used to love times with my Nan.

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  17. Dan Denman says:

    My fondest Christmas memories are of decorating the tree with my kids while we would listen to Christmas music.

  18. Debra Branigan says:

    My fondest Christmas memory is when my grandparents took all 11 grandchildren to spend the weekend with them. It was one of the best Christmases I remember. It was so much fun.

  19. Katherine Gingham says:

    One year my dad rang jingle bells outside our bedroom doors on Christmas eve. It really was so amazing and my sister and I were terrified to make a peep after hearing those bells.

  20. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    My favorite memory is the year that we got stuck in Buffalo, NY because of a snowstorm and we couldn’t make it back in time for Christmas in our home. But my parents made it fun and we all had a great time singing and dancing in the hotel.

  21. Carolyn Daley says:

    My favorite holiday memory was the year we celebrated Thanksgiving and Christmas with five generations. My great grandma was still with us when my nephew was born and we took a few photos with our five generations together. The first Christmas with my nephew was so much fun.

  22. Helen says:

    I remember all of our family going to my grandma’s for Christmas Eve and exchanging gifts we bought each other, talking late into the night and enjoying all the homemade treats and party foods my grandma made.

  23. Stephanie O'Day says:

    My favorite holiday memory is probably going to be from this Thanksgiving! My mom and I spent Thanksgiving in NYC watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade!

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