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Win a Gingerbread House Kit - Week 2

Win a Gingerbread House Kit - Week 2

It's contest time again and this week we're asking you to tell us the best present you ever received as a child. How about the Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle? You might not be that old, but are you old enough to remember the Cabbage Patch Kids riots? Or was it something that you can still get today? Share your memory below, in 100 words or less, for a chance to win one of our gingerbread house kits.

  • Entries close midnight AEDST Wednesday 12th December.
  • Chance plays no part in the result. The winner will be the entry that we find the most interesting.
  • Multiple entries are allowed.
  • Keep it family friendly.
  • Not all entries will be published.
  • Your email is only used to notify you if you win. You will not be added to our newsletter list (if you want to be notified of future contests and gift ideas, you can join the newsletter below)
  • You must enter a correct email address in order to be contacted about your prize.
  • Prize can only be sent to an Australian address.
  • If the winner does not respond to our email within one week, Mrs Claus will give the kit to one of Santa's elves.
  • The winner's name will be published here.
  • The winner is ineligible to win another contest in 2018.

32 comments

Dec 11, 2018 • Posted by Janice

My twin boy cabbage patch kids Edward and Keith hold so many precious memories of vegemite sandwiches,the beach and cuddles.

Dec 11, 2018 • Posted by Tracey Taylor

I was always fashion on trend as a child, my mother dressed me like a 90 year old but one year I scored.I snuck under the bed, unwrapped my gift, joy of joys it was a pink smock top and short set.I tried it on, danced around the room,packd it up and snuck it back under the bed.On Christmas Day my fake excitement was worth an award but wear a pink gingham print maternity style top with short shorts made me a superstar in my eyes.

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by Joanna

A beautiful handmade doll from my grandmother, she was my favourite for years until she was so old she just couldn’t be repaired again. In an age now when everything is so disposable, it’s a lovely reminder that sometime the simple things in life can be the sweetest!

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by Karen White

My first ever Cabbage Patch Doll in 1985. She had orange hair and green eyes and her name was Azaria Una. I was so jealous as my cousins had 3 each and I finally got one and was over the moon!

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by Harry Goss

I was once given a dog collar for Christmas! I was pretty upset because my older siblings were lauging at me, until i heard barking from the laundry and ran to see a Golden retriever puppy! Little Paddy is now an old boy but still gets around the whole family!

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by Rachael Phillips

My Cabbage Patch Kid…still have him 35yrs later 😍

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by Tracy lowings

Polly Pocket was amazing

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by Josephine Hellings

A chocolate eclairs lolly Christmas Tree. It had about 50 lollies on there all carefully placed with a pin. It looked amazing and I didn’t want to ruin it by eating the lollies. I hid it from my brothers and sister!

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by MellyMikk

My favourite Christmas gift as a child was a pair of white and hot pink roller skate boots. We lived in a home with a steep driveway and I loved roller skating down it. I’d wear my walkman and listen to Kylie Minogue on cassette…I was pretty cool in those skates.

Dec 09, 2018 • Posted by CATHERINE PITT

A commodore 64 computer we had many years of family fun.

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