Thursday, November 21, 2019

The Magic Christmas Ornament Collection ~ Holiday Review & Giveaway

Christmas!  A magical time of the year for children of all ages... young and old!  Even as an adult, I have fond memories of Christmas traditions we had when I was growing up - many that I now share with my own children!

Invite the magic of Christmas into your home this winter with The Magic Christmas Ornament Collection. This spell-binding Christmas storybook and dazzling tree ornament set will inspire new traditions and pull readers, both young and old, into a world of holiday splendor.


On Christmas Eve, Victoria’s father gathers her and her brothers, Joseph and John, around the fireplace to tell the story of a very special ornament that has hung on their tree for as long as they can remember. Their father found the ornament in a mysterious tree one snowy evening when he was seven years old, and brought it home. After hearing the story and going to bed, Victoria, Joseph, and John sneak back downstairs, and discover the ornament has magical powers! It whisks them away to the happiest place on Earth: Santa’s workshop!

The children can’t believe their eyes as Santa himself appears before them. They also see mountains of toys, reindeer prepping for flight, the largest Christmas tree ever, and hundreds of elves - one of whom seems very familiar. This elf, named JJ, gives them a tour around the workshop, tosses Victoria one of Santa’s ornaments, and leads them outside, straight to a mysterious tree in the woods. Victoria somehow knows to place Santa’s ornament into the tree’s knothole, and the magic of the ornament whisks them right back home. When they return, the children know they’ll never forget the magic of Christmas that they witnessed that night.

Full-spread illustrations, featuring dazzling and colorful scenes, will inspire the festive spirit in everyone. This beautiful hardcover comes in a shiny gift box with an ornament just like the one in the story—perfect for holiday gift-giving, reading aloud, and cherishing year after year. In true Christmas spirit, a portion of all proceeds will be given to the Marine Corps' "Toys for Tots" program. 

I have always loved giving books as Christmas gifts and I love that by purchasing this collection, you can also give back and help another child! 


What could be more perfect for making the gift of Christmas a lasting memory?

~*~ Win It ~*~

One of Being Frugal and Making It Work’s Readers will win a 
 The Magic Christmas Ornament Collection, featuring an heirloom quality case bound hardback book, an ornament just like the one in the story, and a beautiful decorative package


This giveaway will end December 6th at Midnight EST.

*Mandatory entry must be completed before other entries will count*

The giveaway is open to US residents only, 18 years old or older.  The winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter, and the winner will be notified by e-mail. Make sure to leave your e-mail, or have your contact available on your blogger profile. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and if there is no response another winner will be chosen.

Disclaimer: The Being Frugal and Making it Work family received a complimentary The Magic Christmas Ornament Collection  for the purpose of writing a review and hosting a giveaway.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I would use personally and/or believe will be a good fit for my readers.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are based purely by our own experiences.  No monetary compensation was received.  Results may vary.  

**Being Frugal and Making it Work is not responsible for prize shipment.

   

8 comments:

DEBIJOT said...

Our Christmas tradition is opening gifts from each other on Christmas Eve. Christmas morning is for gifts from Santa.

Isaiahsmom said...

Every year the kids and I pick out a new ornament to add to our tree. This ornament would be a perfect one to add to the tree this year.

tarter95 said...

My favorite tradition is making Christmas candy for family and friends. I also ship homemade fudge to friends that are in other states.

Mya Murphy said...

I have volunteered for the homeless for the holidays as long as I can remember.. It's always been a tradition in my home.

Edye Nicole said...

We always open 1 gift on Christmas Eve! I look forward to it every year.

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Nancy Payette said...

It's always been our family tradition for my mom & me to do all our baking & cooking together. It's a great time to enjoy melding old & new styles, creating new traditions. Thanks for the chance.

Heather Dawn said...

I like taking my family to see a live nativity scene. You get to feed the animals. I've been going since I was little.

donna porter said...

My favorite Christmas tradition is riding around looking at the beautiful lights every year after Christmas Eve dinner.