Day 7 Mrs Tink’s 24 Days of Christmas Giveaway

It’s day 7 of 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 the Skywatch. Skywatch internationally acclaimed, Swiss-made watch brand, has recently launched
In Australia. Skywatch watches are sophisticated, accessible, stylish, high quality, timeless pieces, but key to the brand’s philosophy is that it doesn’t take it’s self too seriously.

Skywatch is dedicated to delivering good looking watches that have mass appeal – from the young professional, to the successful entrepreneur, to the stylish influencer, to the outdoor adventurer in Australia.

With outstanding presentation, the striking 17 piece collection offers two key styles, 3-hand with RRP of $445 and the Chronograph RRP $545. All watches feature a premium quality strap, scratch-resistant mineral crystal, 100m water resistant and come complete in a sleek box.

Watches are constructed with refined and thoughtful design, to fit perfectly on the wrist.

Signature blue loops mark the original touch to Skywatch products.

Styles range from street wear, extreme sports culture and high fashion. Celebrities and style icons including the likes of Jennifer Garner and Gwyneth Paltrow have been spotted fashionably wearing their Skywatch.

The Swiss-made watches were founded in the US by Gabriel Ibarra – Brand Architect, Producer and Entrepreneur, who is passionate about design, the creative process and the infinite details that come with designing each Skywatch piece. The stylish, accessible and quality watch has been a key player in the USA and Korea watch markets.

One lucky person will be feeling very special this holidays as the winner of this beautiful watch:

44mm Bezel Diameter
Code: CC1023
CHRONOGRAPH: Swiss-made, Dive Watch, Ronda 5030.D, 13 jewels chronograph with date function.
ROTATING BEZEL: Uni-directional rotating bezel.
MINERAL CRYSTAL: Scratch-resistant mineral crystal
SUPER LUMINOVA®: Premium photo luminescent graphics
SAILCLOTH STRAP: Premium Italian sailcloth strap with nubuck leather lining.
100M WATER-RESISTANT: 100 meters (10 ATM or 330 feet) water resistance”

For a chance to WIN this beautiful watch all you need to do is finish this sentence:

My most memorable and favourite Christmas was………

Once you have answered make sure you have liked the Mrs Tink Page and shared with your friends.

You have until 11am Monday to enter. We will choose our favourite answer and announce a winner 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.

As a special Christmas Promotion the team at Skywatch are offering a special coupon code to receive $50 OFF their Skywatch purchases. Perfect for buying yourself an early Christmas Present!
Offer valid from 1/12/14 – 31/12/14
The unique code for Mrs Tink Readers to use upon check out online is: MRSTINK

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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Skywatch products are available online through the Skywatch Australian website:

Social Media Skywatch:
Instagram: @skywatch_au
Twitter: #skywatch_au



46 thoughts on “Day 7 Mrs Tink’s 24 Days of Christmas Giveaway

  1. Karen says:

    My most memorable and favourite Christmas was…last year…playing pictionary and headbandz with my 93 yo old Nanna. She had NO idea how to play but laughed so hard she cried. Christmas this year won’t be the same I miss her so much ❤❤❤

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  2. Sue says:

    The year that my youngest daughter realized that I was really Santa. I wrote her a letter that she read out loud to us all. It bought me to tears because I felt that the magic was gone. Camille gave me a hug and told me Christmas would always be special because I always made everything so beautiful and we were all home together. We have four children and it’s so wonderful having them all around the table (or under the tree) at once 🌲🌲🌲

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  3. Sarah M says:

    Was the first Christmas with both my boys. We had just moved to Australia, Kaleb was 8 months and Joshua was 20months old. We didn’t really know any any body, but it was special. Just the 4 of us and the magic of Christmas x

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  4. Jess says:

    The year we got my great grandmother to have a ride on the farm bike and finding little boxes of smarties in the giant Christmas tree – I think it was 1987 🙂

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  5. Kailah says:

    My most memorable Christmas was last year when all of my dad’s side of the family got together to share Christmas Day. It had never happened before because of a few nasty divorces but last year everyone put their differences aside and enjoyed the time spent together. I’m also looking forward to this year as it is my first time spending Christmas Day with my fiances family! #excited

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  6. Stacey Kerr says:

    With my whole family at my grandparents house at Currimundi. Simple day of festivities and lots of good cooked by my granddad. Now that my grandparents are together in the next life, we have decided to get the whole family together again this year, cousins, aunts, the whole lot!

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  7. Dianne Olson says:

    The look on my Mother in laws face when we surprised her one Christmas. We had been overseas for a couple of years and walked in on a Christmas Eve celebration. Nothing will replace that family moment of love and sheer joy. Heaps of screaming, tears and laughter the best Chritmas ever.


  8. Cassie mawson says:

    The year I got my very first cabbage patch kid !! It was the only present I wanted but mum and dad had convinced me it wasn’t happening – I remember that sinking feeling turning to joy when it came out from it’s hiding place – I do that to my kids now !!!

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  9. Kylie says:

    My brother and I were told we had to save up for the bikes we wanted… We were both about halfway at xmas time – and never in a million years did either of expect to find our dream bikes in our backyard on xmas morning!! Yup. Mum and dad let us open the presents under the tree then when we walked outside to set one of them up (thinking our presents were all done for the year) – both our bikes were on display in our backyard. We all cried with excitement that year 🙂 I remember going into shock for a bit… Was awesome!

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  10. Vicki says:

    Yesterday a special pre Xmas dinner at our place for our terminally ill brother in law. To see him smile laugh and play with our granddaughter are memories we will hold close to our heart forever.

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  11. Bec says:

    Most memorable was waking up with chicken pox on christmas morning when i was a kid. Memorable because it was the worst thing to have on christmas day. But favourite because instead of going to someones house for christmas we stayed in and laughed and ate great food as a close family all day and it helped keeping my mind off the itchiness and made me so happy.

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  12. kerrie says:

    My most memorable Christmas was when I was 8 years old and I got the barbie doll house… it was all I wanted and I can remember being happy for months. ill never forget how grateful I was that day.

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  13. Melissa Kneipp says:

    Our very first christmas with our daughter ❤ Getting to be Santa for someone, just like my Mum and Dad used to be, was such an amazing moment for me. Christmas was always so special and magical in our home thanks to my parents and all of a sudden it was my turn. It wasn't about the presents (although she received far too many for a 3 month old who couldn't even sit up to look at them!!!) it was the beginning of starting our own Christmas traditions from that day on. She is now 4 and our son is 15 months, I would like to think we are making Christmas as magical and as special as it was when I was a little girl xx

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  14. Belinda Wilson says:

    My most memorable & favourite Christmas is when my Grandma was still alive. Every year she would prepare days/weeks in advance for our arrival. Puddings, custard, roast meat & vege selections, ham, prawns, sweet baked treats, homemade pickles, lollies & choc coated nuts & saltanas, Bon Bons, a huge decorated xmas tree with homemade gifts & knits everything that was Xmas. The whole family would get together on that one day, eat until we couldn’t move then head into Grandads pool room for drinks & family fun. Since she passed everyone was so sad & we don’t do it anymore. Almost impossible to recreate without her. Now I try to give my son a similar experience at home in the hope that one day he will feel the same love & warmth that I got to experience on Xmas day with my favourite people.

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  15. makeup440plusTrish says:

    My most memorable and favourite Christmas was…… the last Christmas I spent with the whole family! It was also the last Xhristmas I had my treasured Grandmother and my Grandfather as they both past shortly after. I remember the joy of having our large family all together and have them there was what made it so memorable. Whenever I think of it, it makes me smile.

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  16. Nicola Caldow says:

    …we grew up on the canals at Mooloolaba and a lovely old bloke used to dress up as Santa and drive around in his tinnie, ringing his bell and giving us all lollies. Wasnt until now I realised what a beautiful gesture it was, it has remained with me all these years. That’s the spirit of Xmas.

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  17. fashionfeesta says:

    1996 Christmas, celebrating life and family we ate, drank, laughed and cried, we reminisced about past Christmas days and held each other tight all day. The one Christmas that gifts weren’t important, the last Christmas I knew that I would see my beautiful mummas face light up as she proudly held her Pavolova up for everyone to “ooooh” and “aaaah” over, that Christmas will forever be so precious to me as ❤️

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  18. Simone Wilson says:

    When my husband proposed to me two years ago with the most beautiful engagement ring, surrounded by our family members. It was such a magical moment, one I will never forget!

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  19. melita says:

    I think that this will be our most memorable Christmas as my brother and his girlfriend is coming home and this the first Christmas that we will have together in a long while and my sons first Christmas with them 🙂

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  20. JODIE O says:

    …..last years christmas. Just a normal christmas at home with my hubby n 5 kids. Last christmas was the last christmas we will all ever spend with him that christmas we will all treasure forever

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  21. Rebecca says:

    My most memorable and favorite Christmas was 2013, I had a 4 week old baby, I was sleep deprived and it was stinking hot but I had this beautiful little girl that made me remember the true meaning of Christmas

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  22. Rachel Lockery says:

    Every christmas is memorable I don’t have a certain favourite,i think the memories aren’t the gifts or the food its the smiles and laughter,the giving and being together as a family that makes for such a special memorable day. When I was little I remember the thrill of sneaking down the hall with my brothers to peek to see if santa had been…and now its the thrill of seeing my childrens eyes as they open theyre special gifts. The small things really are the most important,not what you give but the smiles,happiness,love the fact you share these special memorable occasions all together.

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  23. Emma says:

    Was the year I spent away from my family & had an “orphan christmas” with other travellers. It just didn’t feel the same…it didn’t feel like a true Christmas. I now cherish Christmas so much more each year, for the valuable time I get to spend with my family & loved ones.

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  24. Tamara says:

    every Christmas is a memorable one. The look of joy on the children’s faces when they open their presents and they squeal with delight. It’s a chance for all the family to get together.

    One of my favourite memories is spending Christmas Day with my family, aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents, each Christmas Day for lunch ALL the family came together and celebrated Christmas.

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  25. Gillian says:

    was last year being the first as a mother with my darling daughter Samantha 3 months old. Think this year will top it though with her being older and more aware, loving all the Christmas decorations and giving hugs and kisses all the time now.

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  26. Kelly says:

    My most memorable and favourite Christmas was last year. My whole family at home together. Since my first Bub was born, we have had bad luck at Christmas time, first one, when Bub was 6 weeks old, husband had chickenpox.. Second one, Bub had mouth ulcers and was in hospital and last year were all at home as a family of four. This year, fingers crossed will be the best, celebrating as a family of 5!

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  27. Simone Leslie says:

    This one to come….. My superman hubby is currently in Ethiopia Africa ministering to the poorest of poor, and men’s prison, bringing a message of hope & love. It is not easy with a Muslim population of around 90% and the whole Isis movement, yet we choose to love in the face of hate. He will visit the children at our early learning centre in Kenya before arriving home a few days before Christmas. It makes me remember what this season is really about, that love came to earth to draw us close to Him and save us. So this Christmas will be my fave so far, to have my family back together and appreciate the beauty of the simple things in life! Xo

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  28. Shan says:

    Of course the most memorable for me was the first with my little man, dressing him in the customary bubba Santa suit which he will no doubt hate me for when the pics emerge for his 21st. Or it could be one of any spent as a child waiting up for Santa to spy on him drinking the little glass of cheer we left out – but never being able to stay up late enough. The immense elation at seeing the pressies under the tree – a lot of them scrimped and saved for throughout the year, making them even more special. But most of all, being able to see family who all live so far away but who come together like they’d never been apart. Xx

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  29. Megan Morrison says:

    My most favourite and memorable Christmas was the last one I had with my parents before they passed away. My Mum was very traditional with Christmas, she spent hours decorating our family tree and would always bring out the good china at lunchtime. Dad never wanted anything but he always ended up with the most amount of presents as it was just too easy to buy him all the little things he liked. That was the year before I seperated from my husband as well so now the kids and I spend Christmas on our own and it’s one of the saddest times for us not having family with us. I look forward to making more memorable moments with them when they have children and I can pass on some of my parents traditions. Mrmories are so precious and I look forward to many more.

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  30. Melanie says:

    So many memorable Christmas’s. Probably the most memorable was when I was 9 at my uncle’s farm with my Cousins and whole family. My cousins are 9+ years older than me so it was the last Christmas we spent with this side of the family since my uncle remarried after that. It was simple farm activities but also they played our totem tennis etc. So much fun xxx

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  31. Lealani Daly says:

    2013!! As I sat in hospital, nursing my brand new amazing son, it was the best Christmas I’ve ever experienced, as, for the first time in my life I experienced true, unconditional love!! Now all my Christmases to come, will only get better, as I have my little buddy right beside me, celebrating with me making it all awesome and complete!!

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  32. Beth Donna Mathews says:

    My most memorable Christmas was in 2001. I was seven months pregnant with my first child, stuck in Childers (think really hot and dry, in the middle of nowhere) during one of the hottest summers on record. My mum-in-law (whose house we were staying in) only had one air-conditioned room, an extremely small study. My brothers-in-law (still single at that stage) were there with all their quirks, as were about eight other family members. The twelve of us spent Christmas day squashed inside this small room with the airconditioning going full pelt playing games. “Dictionary” was always a favourite, but the inlaws have a special rule – most answers need to involve naked Arabians walking backwards (don’t ask!). And an Australian version of Trivial Pursuit was also played, but there was an awful lot of questions about Australian National Parks, which just happens to be one of the uncle’s specialty areas… Let’s just say my contribution to the day mostly involved whingeing about having to leave the study to pee a lot, and drinking copious amounts of fruit punch (which probably contributed to the aforementioned issue)… Wonderful memory…

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  33. Leanne says:

    When we bought a quad bike for our kids and they were so excited , the first ride our son was having heaps of fun until he lost control and ran into the neighbours side of the house. Yep you guess it no one after that wanted to ride it again and it put a damper on our xmas day. guess what was for sale few days later!!

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  34. Tim Blair says:

    Proposing to my beautiful wife. I had been trying to play it cool all day, when it came to “the moment” I was so nervous that I dropped the ring during my proposal! We laughed it off, pretended it didn’t happen, and of course she then said YES… Definitely the most memorable Christmas, and moment of my life (besides our wedding day!).


  35. Colleen says:

    My most memorable Christmas was way back when I was 6 years old. The last Christmas we had with Grandad Hawkins who went to heaven when I was 7. I don’t even remember the gifts because it was all about the wonderful fun time we had … Christmas day in the creek on Grandad’s farm at Samford. Watermelons cooled for a sweet afternoon treat, wedged between rocks in the rapids, while we floated down on tyre tubes again and again. We wrestled each other off our uncles shoulders into the refreshing clear water. Dad threw us up in the air to splash down with squeals and giggles. Grandad’s grin was fixed in place the whole day. He wasn’t well and from the bank he watched our cavorting with delight, heckles and witty remarks. After lunch, we laid on blankets spread in the cool shade of sprawling tree canopies waiting to be allowed back into the water after our tummies settled with the overindulgence of a picnic Christmas lunch of roast turkey, ham, creative salads and, of course, plum pudding (with sixpences) and custard with lollies and soft drink. We listened in adoration as Grandad sang our favourite old fashioned folk songs – “I’ll Give You a Daisy a Day Dear”, “You are My Sunshine”, “There’s a Bridle Hanging On The Wall”, “Clementine”, and more. Then there were stories of the good old bad old days, Dad & Dave jokes, Mick & Pat shenanigans, and much laughter. It was the best time. It was the best Christmas. Miss you Grandad. Always have. Always will.


  36. Nicole C says:

    It would have to be a few years ago, it was the very first Christmas we had in our own house and we had my mum and stepdad there and my beautiful grandparents (who only passed away last year). We didn’t have enough room in our dining room, so we made a pretend restaurant in our home theatre room with our outdoor table and put lamps in the room for lighting (as it was a very dark room) and we had a beautiful lunch and then followed it up by watching jibjab Christmas themes my husband had made of all of us on over the projector screen. Everyone laughed soooo hard at themselves, and their cute jibjab characters and looking back after my grandparents are no longer with us to celebrate Christmas, it really is a Christmas I treasure close to my heart 🙂

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  37. mothersandlovers says:

    My most memorable and favourite xmas has to be every one I haven’t had yet. With life being so fickle and time going so fast, I’ll treasure the gift of now and appreciate every moment I am yet to have with my amazing kids and family!! At least I’ll be able to keep my eye on the time with my stylish and amazing new Skywatch!!

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  38. Kerryn says:

    I think that your first child’s first Christmas is always the most memorable. There’s nothing more exciting then being Santa for the first time. But I’m going to be optimistic and say my most memorable CHRISTMAS hasn’t happened yet, I think there are bigger and better christmas’s to come!! I love Christmas!! XO

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  39. Bree says:

    My most memorable and favourite Christmas will be the one this year! My son came into this world in September and he nearly didn’t make it. From this experience, he has changed my whole world and view on everything. I now more than ever treasure everyday with my family and friends and make the most out of life. I look forward to the many Christmas’s ahead with my son, family and friends. As loved ones are passing away, it is important that everyday is lived like Christmas. Christmas is a reminder of giving to those special people in your life. Christmas brings much love, joy, excitement, laughter, happiness and generosity and every year to me will be a memorable one.
    Time to me is so precious and how ironic that a watch reminds us of that! xo

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  40. Claire says:

    …was in the hot, hot Pilbara one year. I volunteered to help distribute the toys from under the Kmart Christmas tree and spent the day all decked out as an elf giving out presents to the hospital, womens’ shelter and a couple of the remote communities (riding shot gun in Santa’s ute). The absolute best moment was giving a small girl a giant white teddy that was bigger than she was. She was so excited she took off at a run to show her mum, and promptly tripped over and landed on it. She stood up with a huge smile and a teddy that was now completely covered from top to toe in the red pindan dirt of the area. Didn’t phase her in the least, but completely captured the joy of the moment and the uniqueness of the area. I don’t know who had the best Christmas that year…the generous people who gave the gifts, the volunteers who got to ‘play santa’ or the people who received them, but it was bloody fun and I’ve reflected on it every year since.


  41. Tracy D says:

    My most favourite Christmas was when all my relatives got together for a family X’mas at my Auntie & Uncles property. We shared marshmallows around a big fire, opened present, ate lots of yummy food & enjoyed each others company.


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