Win a personalised Christmas eve box from prezzybox

Win a personalised Christmas eve box from prezzybox

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It’s late afternoon on Christmas eve and the magic is building. Children run around the house, struggling to contain their excitement. Suddenly, one of them notices something. A wooden box, tucked under the Christmas tree among beautifully decorated gifts.

Prolonging the magic with a Christmas eve box

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found Christmas to be a little bit of an anticlimax. The run-up to it is so exciting. Christmas days out, visits to friends and family and presents gathering under the tree. And then the day itself arrives and there’s a frenzy of wrapping paper, too much to eat, a few tantrums before bedtime and it’s over.

And as for Christmas eve, it’s a magical time. We always chat about Father Christmas coming and leave out a mince pie and some whiskey, along with a carrot for Rudolph. Yes, Father Christmas enjoys a whiskey in this house apparently.

When bedtime arrives, it’s a struggle. They’re highly strung and excited. There’s no way they want to go to sleep. So this year, we’re trying something different. I thought long and hard about what we could put in our Christmas eve box and I decided we’d use it as an opportunity to wind down before bed.

Win a personalised Christmas eve box from prezzybox

The chilled out Christmas eve box

My girls aren’t great at sitting still. Let’s face it, most children aren’t. But if they get into a good film, they’re happy to relax on the sofa. So, our prezzybox Christmas eve boxes will come out after dinner on Christmas eve.

Inside, they will each find a new pair of pyjamas, a Christmas film and a hot chocolate. I’ll put some sweets and chocolate in there as a little treat. And when they’ve opened them and changed into their pyjamas, I’ll put the film on. We’ll cuddle up on the sofa, drink hot chocolate and watch the film. The hope is that this will calm them down a bit before bedtime. Fingers crossed!

The prezzybox personalised Christmas eve chest

This Christmas eve box is made from light wood, so it’s easy for children to carry as long as you don’t put too much in it! It’s plenty big enough to fit in some new pyjamas and lovely treats. And the thing I love about it is that you can personalise it with the recipient’s name. Then you can reuse it every year to recreate the Christmas eve magic.

I love the fact that this is a reusable gift that can grow with the child. As they get older, I’m sure the things they want in there will change. But even when they grow out of really believing in the Christmas magic, there’s nothing wrong with a little bit of pampering and relaxation on Christmas eve.

Win a personalised Christmas eve box from prezzybox

Win a personalised Christmas eve box from prezzybox

Prezzybox have kindly agreed to give away one of their beautiful Christmas eve boxes. If you’d like to win it, you can enter using the Rafflecopter below. Please read my competition terms and conditions before entering. Don’t forget to check out my other competitions too, there are some brilliant prizes up for grabs.

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  1. Great idea! I would love to put a fidget toy in the box, my children have become obsessed by them at the moment and somehow Ive managed to avoid buying them one lol

  2. I would love one of these Fairground Candy Grabber never beat one at the amusements so I may beat this one lol

  3. I love the idea of this! My son is going to be 9 months at Christmas, but I think it’s never too early to start a family tradition. Having a box that’s been with him since his first Xmas would be really cool. I wonder how well this will age over the years?

  4. There is so much choice! I would definitely have some yummy chocolates, probably the super cute Chocolate Zoo. I’d love any of the unicorn gifts to go in there too!

  5. Hi Nat, do you think my two are too old for a Christmas Eve box? Am I too old?… They are a great idea. I totally agree that Christmas day is a bit of an anticlimax, my favourite day is still Christmas Eve. I can imagine your girls’ faces when they open up their Christmas Eve boxes.


  6. I’d put some of the Rich Chocolate Popcorn in 🙂 lovely indulgent Christmas Eve snack whilst watching a film and drinking hot chocolate!

  7. I would put a reindeer cupcake and some reindeer food as well as the fab items mentioned. Daughter would love to go outside and sprinkle reindeer food before we snuggle in. Love Christmas eve magic. Never grows old. *

  8. For my daughter’s Christmas box I’d get a unicorn garden but if I had one for me I’d put in an indoor allotment x

  9. The Solid Belgian Chocolate Christmas Tree! We’d love to share it at Christmas. Thanks for the chance, what a perfect gift for the kids, one to bring out at every Christmas. xx

  10. Anything pug related , Don’t think the darn cute personalised teddy one would fit, but he would be thrilled with the mug

  11. Cozy Microwaveable Boots – White are lovely. Can imagine curled up on the sofa watching a Christmassy film with them on. Thanks for the chance.

  12. It’d be the personalised Peppa pig book. My 2 year old son is obsessed with Peppa at the moment and is getting everything Peppa this year so it would be part of the theme. He’s recently recognised who Santa is and says ho ho ho when he see’s him. It’s going to be so exciting this year

  13. I would put the personalised glitter fox slippers, Your Letter to Santa book, personalised mugs and personalised chocolate bars x

  14. I’d buy the Cozy Microwaveable Boots & Tetris Light if they’d fit! There are loads of great items though!