Day 2 of Mrs Tink’s 24 Days of Giveaways


It’s finally here Mrs Tink’s 24 Days of Giveaways….. that’s right 24 days of prizes!!

It’s Christmas everyday and each of you have made it onto the ‘nice’ list this year.


Today’s prize is from the beautiful team at Hyams Beach Candles and if you love your candles you will LOVE these gorgeous prizes. Hyams Beach Candles is located on the south coast of NSW on the beautiful coastline of Jervis Bay

They lovingly hand pour their candles and melts which are made with eco friendly soy and coconut wax in fragrances reminiscent of warm balmy beach days and Summertime.

With their range of Fruity and Floral scents, it’s a wonderful way of bringing back past memories of fun in the sunand times that made you feel kinda good.

Two of you will be getting your Christmas on early if you WIN one of these lovely prizes.

Today’s prizes are :
1 x Beach Candle RRP $27.95 in Coco Pine a beautiful fragrance for Christmas
1 x 3 boxes of 6 scented soy melts in Sweet Pear, Lime & sandalwood and strawberries & champagne ( smells as good as it sounds!)
RRP $35.85

Plus because it’s Christmas time they have given me 10 single melts to giveaway to runners up!

To WIN one of these prizes all you need to do is answer this question

What is your favourite Christmas Tradition ?

You have until 11am Wednesday to enter. We will choose our favourite answer and announce at 12pm and post both on here, Instagram and also the Mrs Tink Facebook Page.

Winners have 24hrs to make contact with me via email to claim their prize.

All entrants must be Australian Residents.

Please feel free to share with your friends and family after all tis the season to be jolly and the more the merrier!

Enjoy lovelies

Merry Christmas

Mrs Tink x

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30 thoughts on “Day 2 of Mrs Tink’s 24 Days of Giveaways

  1. Melita Stephenson says:

    Our Christmas tradition is having yummy food and a few drinks with lots of laughs on Christmas Eve and then Christmas morning we open presents from Santa and then have breakfast then open the rest of the presents 🙂

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  2. Courtney says:

    For the kids in my family it was going to bed at ‘bedtime’ on Christmas Eve but then waking up at the crack of dawn to check on our presents which we weren’t allowed to open until Mum & Dad had a cuppa. Good move on there part because they were always woken up with a tea & coffee on Christmas morning haha

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  3. Anna McKenzie says:

    Every year since my first daughter was born, they all purchase a decoration around 10-15 dollars. Our very first one is a map of the world with Santa and his trusty sled flying around the world. It is now 19 years old. With three children and one little lost angel, we have a very heavy tree almost needing another because of so many decorations. One year I went a little mad because my daughter was obsessed with Snow White and I brought Snow White and the 7 dwarfs from the Jim Shore Range.. that single purchase was about $240! I’m a little obsessed.

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  4. Simone Wilson says:

    Christmas Eve – going around the neighbourhood looking at Christmas lights and watching Christmas movies when we get home, feeling excited about Christmas Day!

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  5. Kerryn says:

    Oh my gosh! Too many favourites!! The whole family going to mum and dads to put our own personalised bauble on their tree! And now there are a HEAP of baubles!!!


  6. Michalle Faulkner says:

    For the past 15 years my Mum takes all the Grandkids down to the KMart wishing tree to choose a gift for someone less fortunate. This must cost her a fortune as there is now 12 grandkids! The older kids now still go at 20 years old and help her with the younger ones. Simply beautiful to watch.

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  7. Ani says:

    Going out to the farm with dad to carefully choose a tree. It’s always a nice little eucalyptus tree, and it makes the whole house smell amazing! That moment of walking the land with him searching for the perfect tree makes my heart almost explode with joy.

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  8. Sharee says:

    Making all of the kids wait until after lunch to open the presents under the tree. Then they’re opened one at a time so everyone can see what’s been received. It’s been that way for three generations and it seemed like torture when I was a child but now I see the anticipation and delight in the gift giver AND receiver’s faces. Besides, it makes Christmas last all day!

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  9. Carole says:

    Love the Carols in the Domain, it always puts me in the Christmas spirit, but this year all I can think of is if my daughter will have our first grand child on Christmas Day. It’s the giving to those who don’t have the means that’s so gratifying.

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  10. Sarah Smith says:

    Spending time with all our family at the big Christmas lunch and listening to all the kids stories about how they heard or saw Santa last night.. I just love the imagination our kids bring to this special time of year. The joy on their beautiful faces makes Christmas so much more special for us adults.

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  11. Taryn fitzsimmons says:

    My fondest Christmas memory and tradition when I was a child was my dad turning off all the lights in the house on Christmas Eve and turning on the lights on the tree while playing old bing Crosby carols. We do that here in our house now nearly 30 years later and it’s so magical to just sit there and “feel” Christmas on Christmas Eve 🙂


  12. mrstinkblog says:

    Thank you to everyone who entered

    Our winners are:

    Anna Mackenzie – melts prize pack
    Ani – candle

    And our singles melts :
    Michalle Faulkner
    Tracy Fisk Marell
    Camae Colnan
    Jodie O’Connor


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