Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Grand Prize Week – Smiggle

One shop I can’t go past when I’m in the shopping centre is Smiggle, I tell the kids I’m there for them but yet still find myself wandering in when I’m shopping solo. The bright colours and super cool stationery grab my attention and I quickly find myself shopping up a storm. This summer the team at Smiggle have brought out some fabulous products for Christmas that I couldn’t wait to share with you all – they make great stocking fillers for kids… and adults too!

I can remember clearly when I was a little girl in Primary School the importance of a super duper fab pencil case. In a lot of ways your pencil case was a lot like your first hangbag or clutch and said a lot about you as a person, or so I thought at the time anyway. As a child I used to search high and low for the ultimate pencil case, something bright with lots of compartments. Now at 33 that day has finally come and although I’m an adult I was not missing out on the pencil case of a lifetime… After all I have children and it would be a crime for them to not live out my dream with all this splendour and wonder.

Allow me to introduce you to the Pinball Pop Out Pencil Case, it’s the Rolls-Royce of pencil cases. It’s bright, has 2 main compartments, 4 pop out compartments and features built-in sharpener, pop up pen slot holder, 2 x eraser/small parts compartments and 3 stand up pen holders. The pencil case is 25.6cm x 9cm x 3.3cm so it’s the perfect size to fit everything in.

This is without a doubt the pencil case I dreamt about as a child and one lucky reader is going to be able to WIN this uber cool case for their little person. To enter simply share with us 3 things that were must-haves for you as a child?

Our judges will choose their favourite answer and announce a winner on the 5th of January at 10pm

Winners have 48 hours to claim their prize before redraw.

The giveaways are open to Australian Residents only.

Merry ‘Tinkmas’

Mrs Tink xx


Smiggle, the world’s hottest stationery brand, was born in 2003. The ultimate creators of colourful, fun, fashion-forward stationery. The first Smiggle store opened in Melbourne, Australia and word spread fast about the bright pens, notebooks and gadgets that filled a tiny, but very special place. The concept took off and the company soon hit 20 stores, where it caught the eye of the Just Group – Australasia’s most exciting fashion & apparel retailer. Smiggle joined the Just Group in August 2007 and has not looked back since! In 2008 Smiggle jumped the seas and opened its first international store in New Zealand. In 2011 Smiggle expanded into Singapore, and in 2014 Smiggle opened its doors in the UK! It’s all part of the grand plan to be the world’s most exciting and famous stationery brand.

Price- $24.95

15 thoughts on “Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Grand Prize Week – Smiggle

  1. Rachael Anderson says:

    -Plastic haired ken ( not the real hair Ken)
    -A Magna doodle copier version( never actually got one of those)
    -baby born real life doll that had the real looking male or female genitals ( …. that does sound so creepy now lol)

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  2. vonnie1964 says:

    Mrs Tink, your asking me to show my age lol, l loved my Swap Cards (l was obsessed) my Chissy Doll (she had long Auburn hair that could be would up for short hair on down for long hair) and l loved my dragstar bike (totally lived on it )

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  3. Stacey Kerr says:

    Punky Brewster mismatching shoes, a gogo ball (had to be pink and purple) and most definitely a Lionel Ritchie cassingle! Oh the 80s was a wonderful time to be a kid

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  4. bianca innes says:

    Smelly pens, a perm (yes I begged my mother for one) and I begged for a pencil case that had all the bells and whistles with popping draws and secret compartments was my prized possesion

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    • Rinna W says:

      Argh, I posted before I added details lol

      My black Labrador, Tarlie, who’d follow me to school and would be waiting for me when school finished. My cabbage patch dolls, Archibald Nathen and Karina Sissy and my grandparents who were a huge part of my life.

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