Sunday, 5 August 2012

Chocolate Hamper Tower Giveaway #10

When it comes to colour, subtlety is not my thing. I love bright, bold and some may say garish colours. I especially love gold. So, when I was given the opportunity to try this gold hamper tower from Hamper Gifts, I couldn't resist it - never mind the contents.

As it happened, the contents of this Deluxe Golden Tower Hamper were worth having too - it is mostly filled with chocolate after all.  The mix was eclectic with all sorts of unusual items packed in together, some of which we've already eaten, some will be good for taking on walks and others I shall use for cake making and decorating purposes.

The boxes were literally crammed with goodies including marzipan, chocolate pecans, sugared almonds, white chocolate pieces, honey roasted nuts, chocolate stones and a mini fruit cake. Various truffles and individual chocolates were scattered throughout, cleverly filling in any any gaps. Whilst they may not be top flight artisan products, they are well worth having and I was like a kid in a sweet shop, not knowing where to make a start! Whilst I haven't yet eaten the chocolate stones, I was particularly thrilled by these as they are a novelty I remember from childhood and have not seen them again since.

Everything arrived in good condition and most items were not over packaged. The biscuits were the only item I found disappointing in this respect. They were more wrapping than edible substance - they came in quite a substantial hessian sack, but when opened were small in number and size and the individual wrapping seemed quite unnecessary.

There are eight very pretty golden oval boxes which all have a slightly different embossed pattern on them and stack neatly on top of each other. They are tied together with a matching ribbon which fits snuggly around them but can easily be removed and replaced again and again. The boxes themselves are quite sturdy and could be used for a myriad of purposes including reuse as gift boxes. When we manage to get through the contents, I'm thinking they will become my new jewellery case(s) or then again they would be good for storing cake decorating materials - decisions, decisions!

Disclaimer I was sent a tower to review and as always, all opinions are my own.

There are a huge range of other sumptuous looking hampers on the website such as these champagne gift hampers and they would make an excellent present for anyone who likes their food and drink. However, Hamper Gifts are offering one of my readers their very own tower in this fabulous giveaway.

Prize
Deluxe Golden Tower Hamper

Contents
Milk Chocolate Coated Pecans 150g
Chocolaterie Diane Belgian Milk Chocolate Truffles 50g
Duc d'O Mini Praline Chocolates 50g
Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Assorted Cornet Truffles 50g
Continental Sugared Almonds 110g
White Chocolate Chunks 150g
Honey Roast Peanut & Cashew Mix 150g
Luxury Lemon Butter Cookies 100g
Chocolate & Dried Fruit Medley 200g
Rich Fruit Cake 150g
Gourmet Chocolate Stones 200g
Baronie Belgian Chocolate Vanilla Crisp Pieces 75g
Baronie Belgian Milk Chocolate Hazelnut Praline Pieces 75g
Kathy Chocolaterie Belgian Dark Cappuccino Pieces 100g
Kathy Chocolaterie Belgian Dark Coco Pieces 100g
Kathy Chocolaterie Belgian Milk Bouchée Pieces 100g
Zentis Dark Chocolate Coated Marzipan 100g

Terms and Conditions
The winner will be selected at random from all correct entries received. The winner will be notified within 28 days of the closing date. The prize is as stated: no cash alternatives are available. This competition is open to UK entrants only. No persons under 18 years of age may place an order or receive Goods from Hampergifts if the Goods contain alcohol. 

Closing date is Monday 20 August 2012

How to Enter
Entry is via Rafflecopter below. You must leave a comment on my blog. Additional entries are then available if you wish to make them.

22 August 2012 - Thank you to everyone who took part in this, I really enjoyed reading what you would have done with the the boxes. I've been moved, a good chuckle and gained lots of ideas. The boxes were won by Baked with Kindness.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

548 comments:

  1. i'm loving the boxes... I think you're right, they would be very good so so many things, even just for making the room look pretty... great give-away, thanks x

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  2. I would use the empty boxes for filling with gifts for other people. As pretty as they are, I wouldn't have room to keep them on display.

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  3. I'd use the empty boxes to store all my crafty bits, they would be great for ribbons and embellishments.

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  4. This looks fabulous! I think I'd keep some for storing jewellery and other "bits" and use some as gift boxes because they'd make a present look great

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  5. use them as hat boxes, or craft storage boxes.

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  6. I will fill them full of all the nick-nacks I can never find a good place for - after scoffing all the chocs first of course!!!

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  7. I'd use the boxes for my wedding! I'd use them before the wedding to keep all my tiny decorations and bits n pieces together, and afterwards would use them to keep my memories in! :D
    Rachael Simmons, rachsimmons1@hotmail.com

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  8. Love boxes, I'm always reluctant to part with any boxes, they are fab for altering to be reused as gift containers. And of course, chocolate selection is amazing.

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  9. Duh, I just realised I could use the sweets for my sweetie table! Thanks again for the lovely giveaway! :D
    Rachael Simmons, rachsimmons1@hotmail.com

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  10. Those boxes look great it's novel packaging. I think I would use them for Christmas Gift packaging, refilling them with homemade munchies.

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  11. I'd fill them with home-made truffles for very expensive looking Christmas presents :)

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  12. First I would enjoy the savour and utterly delicious contents of these superb boxes – the chocolate :). Then, I would re-use the boxes to package Christmas presents to send to friends and family far from home. Both very worthy uses for these great boxes :)

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  13. I would use them as gift boxes (minus the chocolates of course!)

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  14. I would either re-use them to fill with gifts for other people or save them for christmas as they would look fantastic as decoration under the christmas tree (it always looks a bit bland once the presents have been opened!).

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  15. I would share them out between my family using them as great gift boxes to make my pressies look special.

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  16. I would use them to give presents to people in

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  17. Use them to give as precents

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  18. Just like you - I would store my jewellery in these, and all sorts of bits and pieces! I used to have some similar boxes which I used to store a variety of things. Of course, one of the boxes (probably the largest!) would have to be a "treat" box!

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  19. I'd use some of them for gift wrapping, and keep a few for all my craft things.

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  20. They would be used as jewellery boxes, boxes for gifts, for craft and I expect my children would use them to store 'Barbie' clothes

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  21. I'd keep some around the house and fill the rest with gifts :)

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  22. GOOD heavens! What a PRIZE! I would use the boxes for all my baking nic nacks!

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  23. They're beautiful - I'd probably use them as gift boxes under the tree at Christmas :)

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  24. I'd give them to my nieces to do something crafty with them

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  25. Lovely boxes, I would of course have to eat all the contents then fill with the cakes I bake myself (and probably eat them too)

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  26. I'd use some of the empty boxes for wrapping presents for friends - and give the rest to my daughter so that all her craft materials could be tidy.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  27. I would give them as an xmas present me thinks xxx

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  28. put presents forbirthdays and xmas in them

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  29. They look great for storing jewellery in and for gift boxes

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  30. Chocolates galore and marzipan, I'm in heaven at just the thought of them!

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  31. I would use them as storage boxes for my many "bits and pieces"

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  32. I would like to use the stacked boxes to make a gift filled 'Christmas Tree' choc full of sweetmeats and small pressies for visiting family. A string of fairy lights and some greenery would soon have the stack looking like a very festive centrepiece.

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  33. What a pretty presentation.. These boxes are lovely. A Christmas tree sounds lovely, however, I would separate them and use them as gift boxes :)

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  34. Blow the diet. How could anyone refuse this fantastic prize.

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  35. A tower full of chocolate - what a delight. I would use the empty boxes to put more chocolate in - once I'd known the joy a tower of chocolate brings, I couldn't live without it!

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  36. Oh my god, I think it would take about a year to get through this much chocolate! I like that it has the pretty packaging but isn't a disappointment when you actually see what's inside, and the boxes are definitely re-useable - I never have anything pretty to give my baked goods in as gifts! Thanks for hosting such a super competition!

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  37. id save them for xmas

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  38. I would reuse the boxes as memory boxes and keep all my treasured little memories in them xx

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  39. I think I'd be almost as excited with the boxes as the contents! I'd use some for jewellery, make-up, stationary and crafting, and give away any left over x

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  41. ooh I love boxes and I love chocolate, what a fantastic combination to win. To begin with they would store the lovely chocolate then as they are so pretty I would use them in my craft room to store embellishments.

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  42. I.love the boxes look beautifu; is a nice giveaway!

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  43. That looks superb, Choc! Good luck to all your UK entrants! :)

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  44. I'd give them to my daughters to use as jewellery boxes or toy boxes.

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  45. After eating and sharing the all the lovely things inside I would use them for gift wrapping

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  46. I would savour opening and tasting the contents of these special boxes - I'd then store them carefully and use them to 'dress' presents for birthdays and Christmas so they looked extra special

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  47. I think I would give them away as gift boxes.

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  48. What a fab prize thanks! I would use these as gift boxes for Christmas and other special occasions. I've a wedding coming up and a few gifts presented in one of these would be so special.

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  49. I would use some for display and keepsakes for me and some to package individual gifts for Christmas for my family so they could enjoy them for keepsakes too.

    susancarter65@hotmail.co.uk

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  50. I would use the empty boxes to put the boys' toys in. You know, the little fiddly bits of sets that get everywhere. Then I could store them in my living room and it wouldn't looks so much like a toyroom!

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  51. I would use them as gift boxes.

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  52. This could change our shopping habits forever, why buy a box of chocolates when we can get a whole tower.

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  53. I would use the smallest three boxes for storing bits and pieces from my dressing table like hairclips. The rest I would put away and use as gift boxes for Christmas, stuffed with gifts and gold tissue paper!

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  54. my daughter would love them to store her things

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  55. Wow, what a tower! I would use the boxes for Christmas presents, I think - I like to have beautiful boxes under the tree :)

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  56. I would probably give one to each member of our family as a gift, But keep two for myself. Yummy.

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  57. I would love them for my craft bits and pieces and they would be a lot prettier than my plain old plastic tubs :)

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  58. I think they would make great storage boxes for the myriad of lotions and potions I have on the dressing table, the tallboy, the windowsill, the floor.......!

    I could put the bigger bottles in the largest and work my way down, using the tiniest as a holder for all the samples and sachets I keep saving for holidays/hospital etc. Stylish organisation indeed!

    Would also have the added bonus of shutting my husband up - he's always moaning about the spread of girlie stuff!

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  59. I adore boxes, I love to make cakes for my friends so I would use them as cake boxes xx

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  60. I would display them in my bedroom

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  61. Keep them all to myself, as they look beautiful. Then when empty, use them for storage on my shelves.

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  62. I think I'd make them into a treasure hunt at Christmas for my nephew, finishing with the largest box so it gets easier and easier.

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  63. I'd use most for gift wrapping and some to keep my own personal bits and bobs in!

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  64. I would use the Chocolate Tower as a wedding gift for my brother and his wife to be as they are getting married shortly and it would make the best wedding present EVER!

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  65. They'd get used for storing all our little bits and pieces - and also for giving gifts to others x

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  66. wow. I would use them to store all my craft stuff x

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  67. I would use them for little presents for my grandaughter.

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  68. I would fill them with gifts and donate them to charity, to go to children in Romania.

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  69. i would use them to store jewellery and hair stuff for me and my daughter

    @ashlallan

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  70. I'd use some for gifts, some for storing my niknaks in and I'm sure my two daughters would commandeer a few too!

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  71. I'd use them for storing some of my son Samuel's smaller toys in.

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  72. I'd use the empty boxes to store all my crafty bits

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  73. keep all my little nicknacks in, out of the reach of my 2 kids

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  74. I have great difficulty throwing anything away, so the boxes would be great for tidying up some of my clutter!

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  75. They looks so pretty that I would probably put my jewellery in and my daughter will love to store here dollies in!

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  76. I would use them for storage for all my bits and bobs xx

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  77. Sod the diet - this would be heaven and the boxes, for all the clothes I wont fit into anymore!

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  78. Going to be the same as everyone, sadly, and say I'd use them as gifts. Mind you, I am attracted to shin things, so I might just set them all on a shelf & stare at them :)

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  79. I would store all my make-up, nail varnishes etc in as I love shiny boxes :)

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  80. I'd use them as storage boxes, for things such as my cake decorating tools.

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  81. elizabeth barker6 August 2012 at 23:17

    first of all I would eat everything inside them. Then I would use them for all my bits and bobs.

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  82. USE THEM AS GIFT BOXES FOR XMAS AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS

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  83. I'd used them for putting my daughters many many doll accessories in. I'd use one for sewing equipment so that it's all in one place and not scattered across my house!

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  84. I would store different things in them, one would be a box for pet treats, one would be for hair accessories etc.

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  85. I am a crafter so have a collection of buttons, threads, ribbons, sequins, scrap fabrics, stensils.....I also paint and draw......so I am always looking out for cute little boxes t store my treasures!

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  86. That's the biggest chocolate stack I've ever seen! I'm moving house soon and those boxes would be perfect for storing all my little bits: I'd put something different in each one.

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  87. I'd use them for Christmas presents as they are so bright and sparkly! Plus, they'd look great under the tree ...

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  88. Very useful for wrapping future gifts, for friends and family, in.

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  89. I would have a lovely party with the tower as a centre-piece then would have a grand opening and sharing ceremony and would save the boxes to do it all again the next time. I would refill them with home-made sweets, cakes, cookies etc. I can feel a decadent gold theme coming on and love the excuse for a bit of dressing up. :)

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  90. I would use them to store all sorts of things from baking goodies to make up.

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  91. They would be a talking point in my house! For Parties, Christmas, Easter.....Each time used for a different theme and filled with something new x

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  92. I would use some of the empty boxes as gift boxes, for special presents for special people, my 2 young daughters would love one each to keep them bits and bobs of jewellery in, they really are gorgeous boxes and the contents sound scrumptious too xxx

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  93. I'd use the empty boxes for storage

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  94. Use the empty boxes for Christmas prsents for the nieces. What a statement they would make.

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  95. Once I'd enjoyed sharing the contents with family and friends, I would let my daughter have them either to use to store her craft stuff or to fill with homemade treats and give them away to friends.

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  96. I#d [robably just use them as gift boxes ollieamelia@hotmail.co.uk

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  97. Once the contents had been eaten I would donate the boxes to my mum's craft room! She has lots of bits to store away and she's always needing more boxes!

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  98. The lovely boxes will make good xmas gift boxes

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  99. eat them from largest to smallest! muhahaha!

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  100. I would use the boxes as a contemporary Christmas tree, adding baubles and crystal chains

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  101. Would be a lovely Christmas decoration for a loved one.
    You could fill it with gifts instead of a stocking and make a Christmas tree gift box tower.

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  102. I would use the boxes for making gift boxes up for those hard to buy for relatives, I usually make hampers so these would be different and look really nice.

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  103. I would share them out with friends, chocolates too. Thats more than enough chocolate for one person. I am sure each and every box would treasured that way.

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  104. I would make them into christmas hamper gift boxes. My 2 sons girlfriends would get the larger ones filled with bath goodies and as the boxes get smaller they would be put under the tree with childrens sweetie gifts in them for my younger children and their close school friends. They are beautiful :)

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  105. First, I would eat the contents....Yummmmm. Then I would reuse the boxes at christmas to put presents in. They would look lovely under the tree.

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  106. Eat the chocolate and then reuse the boxes to organize my wardrobe (for small items like thights, gloves and belts)

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  107. A lovely Christmas Present with boxes which could be recycled again and again.

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  108. I would use them to gift wrap at Christmas

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  109. I'd use them for Christmas as well, I'd get my fiance's favourite chocolates and treats and fill each box with something special for him (and hope he shares them with me too!lol)

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  110. I would use them as place settings at Christmas and make fun goodie bags (the chocolates would be long gone by them)! x

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  111. use them as gift boxes for xmas

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  112. I'd use them as gift boxes.

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  113. Wow! What an amazing giveaway, my mouth is watering just looking at the picture! I'd give some of the boxes (complete with chocolate) as presents and share the rest of the chocs with my family (and some for myself!) and then re-use the pretty boxes as gift boxes. :)

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  114. I'd share them with my family @juliefeathers

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  115. I would either use the boxes to store things in or recycle and use them as present boxes for birthdays or christmas

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  116. After chomping all the chocolate with my boyfriend and mum, I would use the boxes to hold Christmas gifts for my family and friends.

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  117. Would be faulous for my relatives wedding as a talking point for a table decoration and afterwards the lucky couple could use them to store all their souvenirs of the wedding.

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  118. for storage, of children and mine craft bits

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  119. I'd use them as gift boxes and to store things in such as make up etc..

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  120. Wow! What a beautiful and stylish giveaway. If I were lucky enough to win, I would keep it for Christmas. Then once the goodies were gone, I would carefully store the whole tower away to refill and use again next year. Thank you :)

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  121. Oh my goodness, what a lovely prize! I would use the boxes to store little trinkets and perhaps use some to give Christmas presents in.x

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  122. Apart from locking the chocolates and treats away so noone can get them hehe i would use the boxes for several things....makeup, giftbox's treasure keeps :) Beautiful!

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  123. I'd use them as gift boxes for xmas

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  124. I'd save the gorgeous boxes to use for christmas presents. My family would think I have come into money!

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  125. I'd reluctantly give a couple to loved ones and others keep for myself for dinner parties etc

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  126. The golden boxes are beautiful. I would pinch your idea and stack them as a Christmas Tree next to my Christmas Tree. Every fourth evening, my family and I would open a golden box and share it's contents.
    After Christmas my golden boxes would be used to store my precious Christmas baubles.
    Thank you for a great competition.

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  127. Hayley Williams7 August 2012 at 11:33

    I would use them for my wedding they are gorgeous!

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  128. I would use the empty boxes to put christmas presents in, the gold works so well for christmas and putting pretty presents into pretty boxes makes the presents even better! <3

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  129. will use them for my sons birthday party to make all the sweets/chocolates look amazing :-)

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  130. I'd probably reuse them for packing gifts in.

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  131. I would keep some for gift boxes and use others for storing my various bits and bobs

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  132. My daughter would love to use the boxes to store her sewing stuff in.

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  133. My 4 year old would love the boxes, she loves anything shiny or sparkly, if there was anything left of them after i ripped them open to get to the chocolate lol

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  134. After eating all of the goodies (of course!) I would use them for my collection of make up

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  135. I would definitely use them as gift boxes.

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  136. use them on my wedding reception table as a lovely choccy centre piece !

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  137. I've seen these before and they look amazing!

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  138. I would use it to store all my little craft bits and pieces

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  139. I would give them to my mum to use on her wedding day! :)

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  140. I would use them as gift boxes too.

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  141. Probably eat them in world record time.

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  142. Fill some of them with my icing equipment and others use as gift boxes.

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  143. ooooo that looks amazing, i would give a box each to my children & one to my husband & i would scoff the rest myself :) i would then keep the boxes after for some funky storage

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  144. wow what a prize . I'm a recycler so would find a use for everything :)

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  145. David Paterson dgrp@live.co.uk7 August 2012 at 13:08

    Great for birthday presents

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  146. Brigitte Leprince7 August 2012 at 13:17

    What would I do with the boxes? Well first, I would empty them, we dont need the chocolate, so I would definately have to eat all of it, with a bit of help from my best friends! Then, I would recycle the boxes by using them for family christmas presents the shining tower representing the wonderful family I have!

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  147. I'd probably give some of the boxes as presents but the rest would be mine and be perfect storage for craft stuff afterwards and brighten up my room.

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  148. I would sit and gaze at them for a few hours and then start demolishing them, I would share some with my Wife, by sharing I mean I have the choccys and she could have the empty boxes!

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  149. Just looking at these makes my mouth water. I think I would eat most of them all by myself! x

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  150. i wold fill them with more of your chocolate.....

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  151. I would fill them with all the special memories me, my hubby and daughter have been making for the past two years and with many more to come i am sure the boxes would soon be filled :O) x miamoos_mummy x

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  152. I would invite my best friend over with her kids and my hubby and daughter for a chocolate party.

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  153. I would keep some for snack and file boxes and give the rest away to friends and family.

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  154. I would use them to fill up with little presents for Christmas for the whole family! Perfect little gift boxes! :)

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  155. id eat it all to myself lol

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  156. Wow! I'd share the contents with family and friends and then use the boxes to store my bits and bobs in.

    Laura

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  157. I love to sew, so I would use the boxes for my sewing storage; bobbins, threads, needles, cotton tape, ribbon, lace, materials etc. They would look gorgeous on my sewing table : )

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  158. I'd use the empty boxes for gifts :)

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  159. I would use them in my daughters bedroom to tidy away her nick nacks in style.

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  160. I know what I would do with the contents just not so sure about the boxes, probably use them for all of my crafty stuff, its so messy

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  161. use them for my wedding.
    vanessa_902@yahoo.co.uk

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  162. I would use the empty boxes for storage

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  163. I would re-use them for secret cake club

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  164. I would number them and then ask my family each to give me a number. Then they can have that box. Hopefully there might be one left for me. X

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  165. I'd use them for gifts at Xmas

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  166. I would use them for presents and to store special things in

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  167. i would share the contents with family and friends and then i would keep some of the boxes for keeping items in and the others you could use as gift boxes

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  168. This has got to be the ultimate sharing experience with family and friends!

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  169. I would use the boxes as christmas wrapping, save me a small fortune

    michaela britton

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  170. I would keep these boxes are they are so pretty and use them to store small items in my wardrobe to keep them tidy, hair bits, jewellery etc

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  171. I would use them for putting gifts in x

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  172. I would use them for putting cookies in, and give them to family and friends as gifts.

    boris3428@yahoo.co.uk

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  173. i like to make little gift hampers for presents, and these boxes would be perfect for that.

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  174. What a lovely tower of chocs! So many to share!!

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  175. I would empty them as soon as I could

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  176. Wow, I would devour the chocs then I think I would use them to put my home made chocs, truffles and biscuits in a t Christmas and give them to my loved ones as gifts

    Welshlal@hotmail.co.uk

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  177. I would refill and donate to my children's school fair...

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  178. I would like to think that I would give them all as gifts to the lucky ladies in our family - I would like to think ...

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  179. il re use them 4 gift boxes x

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  180. Take them with me to China, when I go to visit my sister. Think she would appreciate some proper chocolate as it just isn't the same over there!

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  181. I would use the boxe's to give presents at christmas

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  182. Keep loads of nik naks and bits and pieces that I collect in the boxes !

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  183. Omg amazing prize im having a house warming party next month and this would go amazing as were doing games so these would be brilliant as the prizes as i have gold stuff in my living so would def go so well :)

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    1. So what ever my guests would want to use them for afterwards but if it was me i would use them for display either side of fire place :)

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  184. Wow, that is impressive and delicious! I would use them for Christmas gifts.
    charmaine.cronin@virgin.net

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  185. they would be great for xmas presents and storing all my mementos in

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  186. I run a charity and would give a box to each member of my staff and team of volunteers to thank them for all their tireless efforts in making a difference to vulnerable people's lives.

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  187. I would use these for storing my makeup in - very elegant!

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  188. I would have so much fun discovering the contents but after they had been eaten the boxes would be perfect for all my craft supplies and would keep them neat and tidy whilst looking stunning too

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  189. wooo hoo great giveaway.. id lock myslef in my room nd eat them :)

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  190. I would share them with my 9 year old grandaughter.We could both use them for card making items.

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  191. I would make them little memory boxes for my own four children and also one for my late nan, I have so many little knick-knack things, probably worthless but mean more than gold to me, so the boxes would be perfect. Love this blog, thanks ever so much!

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