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A Christmas Stocking Stuffer You Won’t Want to Miss

Christmas Stocking Stuffer

Christmas is fast approaching, and that means it will be time to finish up (or start!) shopping for gifts before you know it. Wouldn’t it be great if you had an extra $250 to spend this year?

I’m so excited that Many Little Blessings is participating in the Christmas Stocking Stuffer with iHomeschool Network! In order to put together the Christmas Stocking Stuffer, each participating blog has added money to the stocking stuffer, which means that two people are going to win $250 each!  Yes, that’s $250.00 cash (or an Amazon gift card, if you prefer).  (There are also another $600 worth of prizes for other winners.)

I’m not going to tell you how to spend your win, but if I had $250 to spend on myself, I might buy something like a Cuisinart Ice Cream maker (in an awesome berry blue color), an emergency preparedness kit (except I probably need more than one, or else one of us is going to be out of luck), or a considerably less practical key necklace from Tiffany & Co.

Thanks so much to all of the blogs that are participating:

The Blogs Bringing You This Awesomeness

How to Enter to Win:

The Christmas Stocking Stuffer will be open until November 24th at 12:01 am. Between now and the 24th, you’ll be able to enter to win by using the Rafflecopter below. You’ll get an easy entry just by leaving a comment. After you do that, it will open up many more ways to enter to win. Each having something to do with the wonderful blogs shown above.

(Winners will be notified by Monday, November 26th and have 48 hours to respond.)

Best of luck to all of our readers!

The Rafflecopter:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This post contains a couple of affiliate links.  They don’t change the price you pay, but they do support this site, which I really appreciate!  (Disclosure Policy)


  1. I think I’d buy a new stand mixer since ours is on the verge of dying. I doubt the poor thing will live through mixing up all of our Christmas cookies.

  2. That’s our entire Christmas budget – so I’d use it for Christmas gifts, and put what we’d put aside already towards a surprise trip to Niagara Falls!

  3. I would use it for our Christmas shopping.

  4. My son is going on an outreach to Africa with YWAM right after Christmas. He is right now studying and preparing for that in Australia. I would give him the $250 for his outreach trip since he still needs funds. Thanks for the giveaway… so awesome!

  5. I would donate some of the money and use the rest to buy my family Christmas gifts.

  6. I think I would split it up so my hubby and I could buy each other Christmas gifts this year because we usually don’t. :)

  7. Thank you for the opportunity to win! This would help us greatly with our Christmas gifts!

  8. $150 groceries for our local Salvation Army
    $100 craft supplies, which I realize seems indulgent, but it would be used here, and it would be “extra” money

  9. I would buy a plane ticket down to Florida and help my mother take care of my father who had a stroke.

  10. I would buy train tickets for my small family of four so my girls could say they have been on a train!

  11. How amazing this would be for Christmas! God bless!

  12. scrapper al says:

    That ice cream maker sounds like a great idea. My other kitchen “want” include more Le Creuset, which is out of the budget. Thank you for the giveaway!

  13. Hmmm, probably treat myself to some new clothes and then a date with the hubster. What a great giveaway!

  14. I’d probably spend it towards a nice ski trip somewhere! :) Thanks for the chance!
    lorepuckett at verizon dot net

  15. The money would go a long way this Christmas

  16. I would buy lots of books, books, books!

  17. kelli- AdventurezInChildRearing says:

    I’d show my husband that blogging can be profitable – lol – seriously – it would be a blessing for homeschool support!

  18. What a wonderful give away! I’d probably use 250 dollars for some adaptive supplies that aren’t covered by Medicare or insurance to make my husband’s life easier.

  19. michelle g says:

    hmmm, I woud buy a nice ice cream maker for my crew.

  20. I would buy some items for our homeschooling and toward different website to support our businesses as parents.
    Then I would love to make a Christmas Basket to a young gentleman I see everyday walking along the road going on his lonely journey. Suprise him that he can make a difference if he seeks.
    Then with a few bucks left maybe some ingredients to make ice cream from Steve Spangler Science ice cream ball with the kids.
    Trish S.

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