Glade Holiday Scents Giveaway

Hey friends.Β  Hope you’re all gearing up for the Holidays and excited about what the new year will bring.

My friends at Edelman have given me a Glade Winter Scents gift basket to giveaway and trust me when I say these scents will remind you of Christmas memories past!

It’s super easy to win and the gift basket will be delivered at the end of the week – so perfect for stocking stuffers, hostess gifts and to make your home smell amazing!

Here’s what you get:

Each basket is valued at $100, and will include:

  • A selection of Glade Winter Collection products
  • Apple Cinnamon jar candleShimmering Spruce jar candle
  • Frosted Cookies jar candle
  • Nutcracker Crunch jar candle
  • Fuji Apple & Cardamom Spice fragrance mist
  • Holiday Pine & Bayberry fragrance mist
  • A selection of complementing home dΓ©cor products and accessories.

To enter – leave a comment below with a holiday memory and I’ll pick the winner tomorrow, Wed Dec 19 by 5pm.

 

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  • Glogirl

    A holiday memory for me is spending time together with my cousins at my grandparents house. We would crowd around the table and set up TV trays in the living room for the overflow. There was always plenty of food to go around and if you left hungry, that was your fault! These are cherished memories as my grandparents are no longer living.

    • I loved being at my Mugga’s for the holidays πŸ™‚ Merry Christmas!

  • My best holiday memory was the birth of my second child 2 days before Christmas. Because it was Christmas, I was allowed home early. We had just moved from BC to Ontario, and it was my first winter with snow. And what a winter it was….blizzard so severe we had to be rescued from our hobby farm. Power was out for a week, so everyone in the area stayed at one farmhouse heated by an ancient wood stove. New mother in a new circumstance, we got to know our neighbours very well! 6 families with a total of almost 10 kids of all ages came together in this crisis. One big happy family!!! One holiday season I will never forget, nor my daughter.

    • I love how the holidays brings people together πŸ™‚ Merry Christmas!

  • Jonnie

    One of my favorite holiday memories is the first Christmas after we moved over 5000 kms away from our families and friends. At first I was worried it wouldn’t feel like the holidays and we would be homesick but we created some of our own traditions and had a perfect little family Christmas that I’ll always treasure.

    • I love that you created your own traditions. Merry Christmas!

  • On of my favourite memories was celebrating Christmas with my grandfather when my son was 6 months old. Poppa never celebrated Christmas since his youngest daughter (my Aunt) passed away at Christmas when I was 14. With the birth of his first great-grandson, he decide to spend it with him. The joy on my grandfathers face during Christmas dinner holding his great-grandson was amazing! Poppa chose not to spent another Christmas with the family for 26 years and passed away just before Christmas just after his 99th birthday. He has been gone 3 years now and that is a memory that I treasure at this time of year.

    • Thank you for sharing πŸ™‚ Merry Christmas!

  • Shell599

    My favourite is our 1st Christmas with our daughter. No other present will ever be as precious

  • Growing up we had another magical Christmas gift giver at our house — this weird little handmade face-thing that we called The Chocolate Guy. The Chocolate Guy was an ornament that maybe had been picked up at a Christmas craft fair or perhaps crafted by a relative — who knows — anyway, he hung on the tree and he had a mouth that would open when you squeezed his cheeks. The idea was that if you were good leading up to Christmas, The Chocolate Guy would give you kisses (Hershey’s Kisses, that is). So my brother and I would obsessively check The Chocolate Guy for Kisses leading up to Christmas and wonder why, inexplicably, he stopped providing chocolate treats as of Christmas Day. I have no idea where this myth came from or why my family adopted it, but it may have taken longer for us to stop believing in The Chocolate Guy than it did for us to realize Santa wasn’t real. Somehow my parents managed to pull off both Santa and The Chocolate Guy for years.

    • That is amazing! I love the idea of The Chocolate Guy πŸ™‚

  • One of my favourite memories was heading down to the US to celebrate with my sister. Neither of us had cooked a turkey before and we were a bit nervous about it. Her husband cleaned and dressed the turkey (actually he suitured it, he is a surgeon…and used our poor turkey for practice!) Anyhow, he did it while we were out, and when we asked where the giblets were, he claimed there weren’t any. It didn’t make sense to us, so we asked again, did he check the front and the back. Yes, no giblets. Well, we cooked up the turkey, it was ready, we pulled it out, and read juices poured onto the platter. Confused, we put the turkey back in…we repeated this three times and then I said – I don’t want a dry turkey, pull it out and let look at the part where the juices are running from…giblets found. πŸ˜‰

    • hahaha… my first turkey cooking experience was similar! Merry Christmas!

      • I hope you had a great Christmas! All the best for 2013!