Thursday, 5 November 2020

Giveaway #743 : Win a £49 Trendhim voucher - closing 20/11


So Halloween is behind us and we're finally into November. That usually means that I start looking at ideas for Christmas shopping, rummaging through the festive aisles in the supermarkets and high street shops, going to Christmas markets and grabbing anything that catches my eye as a gift for all the special people in my family. This year will be different, there's no doubt about it. I'm assuming we'll still be in lockdown so I doubt if I'll get to see my parents and sister, so Christmas shopping this year is all about finding things that can be ordered online and delivered relatively cheaply. Finding gifts for girls and women is not that hard - make-up, perfume, bath bombs, chocolate and candles always seem to go down well - but it's always much harder to find presents for men. This year, I've discovered a great place to go - Trendhim !

Trendhim is a Scandinavian company, based in Denmark, and they will happily deliver to the UK, as well as many other countries - one less thing to worry about when Christmas shopping for people who live abroad ! They have all sorts of accessories to appeal to all sorts of men - bags, wallets and watches for the down-to-earth guy who likes travelling, bow ties, tie clips and braces for the chic businessman, beard care, earrings and rings for the young, tattoo-loving hipster. When I went for a browse, I kept seeing things I'd never have thought of that were perfect for those hard-to-buy-for gift receivers. I'll show you a few of my top picks.


This duffel bag is great for travelling as a single man or for sharing with your wife or girlfriend for a special weekend away. It looks timelessly chic.


Who says bobble hats are just for kids?! These ones look very cool and are guaranteed to keep you nice and warm in the winter, whatever the weather throws at us.


Watches are always a great gift for the special man in your life and this one looks great, with or without tattoos !

They have so much more to choose from though, so head over to have a look at trendhim.co.uk. Shipping is free if you spend over £29 (and it's only £4 if you spend less than that).

But ... I have even better news ! How about winning a voucher to go and spend £49 on their lovely website ?! Fill in your entries on the Rafflecopter widget below !


UK only. Closing date : 20/11/20

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after 28 days, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray. Any personal data given as part of the competition entry is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties, with the exception of the winners’ information. The winners' personal contact information will be passed on to the PR / Brand responsible and used only for delivery of their prize.

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126 comments:

  1. I am making my own hamper for my parents that way I can customise it to things they will enjoy .

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  2. I am handknitting socks and hats for family members! I learned to knit during lockdown!

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  3. MANY thanks - wreaths and gift baskets for family

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  4. beauty hampers for my daughters and a gadget hamper for my son :-)

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  5. i have been buying from charities such as the royal legion and purchasing bags and gifts to make little hampers of local goodies

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  6. I'm getting skincare products for my mum and sister, I don't kmow about everyone else yet.

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  7. Lots of food gifts this year and some bulbs to brighten up gloomy days!

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  8. I think we will be sending hampers this year to stay away from shops!

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  9. I'm getting nice gin for my mum!

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  10. I'm buying ethical gifts including from Lush.

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  11. I have bought MR B some UK maps specially for using with a motorhome - hoping we get out camping more next year

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  12. I’ve been struggling this year so I’d love lots of ideas too haha it’s mostly alcohol for parents and my little one some building blocks.

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  13. I am giving my daughter and sister some Temple Spa toileteries

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  14. I was thinking about making some of my gifts this year

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  15. I’m keeping it simple with gift vouchers for them to enjoy some shopping when we can go again and making gift baskets with a few luxuries to enjoy at home.

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  16. Lots of games and books this year to keep people occupied

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  17. I am trying to include a few eco gift this year along with regular ones for family members who are trying to do their bit for the environment. Today I have ordered some pretty no-paper towels on a roll from Etsy and I will shortly order some reed diffusers from an ethical supplier.

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  18. Homemade chocolate truffles

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  19. We are getting a lot of gardening tools in case of another lockdown in the spring!

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  20. I haven't really decided yet. I might send hampers this year!

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  21. hats, gloves and socks are something you can't go wrong with.

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  23. My husband and teen sons can be different to buy for, plenty on the site for me too choose from ad all delivered to home!

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  24. Like to buy personalised prints and other items so they can keep them and enjoy the memories

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  25. i like to buy personalised gifts

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  26. This would be so great, my boyfriend is very particular and have his birthday and christmas all at once so would be great to have a voucher so he could pick what he wants

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  27. PJ's, lots of books, candles and some homemade foodie goodies.

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  28. I've got as far as buying an advent calendar for the dog, but I'm really disorganised this year!

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  29. entered, great giveaway!

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  30. Well I for one will be pinching eveyone elses ideas, we were already in local lockdown then we went national, so christmas has been forgot about at the present time

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  31. Im making a couple of toffee/chocolate hampers, I might eat them first though

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  32. I've done a little pamper package for my Mum and have been picking little bits up for my boys.

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  33. i'll be buying funny books to read!

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  34. We are cutting down on Xmas gifts this year as buying a house, so we are going to try and get creative!

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  35. gardening stuff for hubby and lots of toys for grandsons

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  36. I'm going to be baking a few different Christmas Cakes this year as gifts for Christmas

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  37. We will be buying ethical local gifts

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  38. toys for my son. No idea what to buy my partner yet.

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  39. I havent planned anything yet at all! I need to get prepared

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  40. We're having a pared back Christmas this year. I've not even begun to plan, which is very unlike me

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  41. I will be buying from as many small businesses as I can. Nothing in particular in mind, it will be a case of online shopping and something catching my eye. Exciting times ahead!

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  42. I’ll be putting a hamper together for my 91 year old Nan who has been isolating since March. It will include all her favourite things . . . Psychological thriller books (which she absolutely loves to read), a variety of teas and preserves, and her favourite chocolates.
    As for everyone else . . . I have no idea!

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  43. I'm trying my best to only buy from local or small independent businesses this year. So far I've bought some handmade jewellery and a little sweet hamper x

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  44. Personalised hampers for family and friends!

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  45. Clothes for my 13 year old boy as that is all he wants. My daughter is into Disney Descendants so she is having those and special hampers for the family delivered to them.

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  46. I always make some hampers of local products up for my siblings, for my own kids it will be designer stuff (sadly for my bank)

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  47. I have ordered some gorgeous personalised Tea Light Holders for my close friends from prezzybox.com

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  48. Skincare is on my list to buy people this year because everyone is having to wear masks all the time!

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  49. Would be so useful for Christmas gift this year

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  50. I'm hoping to use smaller business this year for my daughter's I'm doing like a pamper hamper and my son a sensory hamper

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  51. I've not given any thought to Christmas presents at all, guess I should start!

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  52. To get a small joke present for my all family members as well as a nice one. I have found some classic funny ones that should give us even more fun at Christmas.

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  53. I am making a food hamper up for my dad and his partner x

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  54. I am sticking to vouchers this year in case I have to send by post.

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  55. Christmas is always the time I give a book to everyone - it's just the way I am, the importance of reading is important to me, so everyone gets a book!!

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  56. So sorry, but I haven't got any ideas about what I'll be buying this year, apart from chocolates! Thanks for running this giveaway

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  57. Sadly I haven't planned any as who knows whether we'll be allowed to travel anywhere, so it looks like me and my dog Alf, who's fairly easy to buy for....

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  58. Not a lot I’m only just starting to think about it very late for me this year.

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  59. A selection of hot sauces

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  60. It's far too early to think about. :-)

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  61. I am getting my hubby a new phone, jumpers, slippers and chocolate

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  62. A Lladro figurine for my wife.

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  63. only buying for the children this year

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  64. We are actually putting off presents until January in the hopes we can meet up and go shopping together

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  65. Haven't decided yet. Know we are leaving it a bit late but wanted to see if we are able to join family after lockdown.

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  66. I've got hampers for the kids and their partners and then some money to go with it. Me and my hubby don't buy for each other now.

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  67. Thanks for this prize, I have entered!

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  68. hampers can be really expensive to buy so I am trying to put together my own each tailored with the interests of the person I'm gifting to

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  69. I'm still at a loss for a few people to be honest, it's so hard without being able to browse instore for ideas.

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  70. I'm thinking more food and drink presents this year.

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  71. Thank you and all entered happy hump day!

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  72. All entered I'm getting my daughter a Nintendo switch and some bits

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  73. This year I am buying gift vouchers for local businesses in order to help them out as they have had such a difficult year! All entered, thank you.

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  74. I am getting my parents a voucher for afternoon tea for 2. I will get some games for the children so they can play indoors and I'm making Christmas cakes for each of my siblings and their family x

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  75. A Gentle Giant Star Wars statue for my beau.

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  76. i haven't een started shopping yet!!!

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  77. I'm spoiling my children but cutting back on every one else this year x

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  78. I've bought my nieces some harry potter vanity bags - the luna lovegood one is awesome!

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  79. i have entered - would be perfect to buy a new ruck sack for my brother

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  80. I have entered, some lovely treats

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  81. I've been trying to support local shops and little craft businesses this year. Have been buying lots of face masks for people!

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  82. I am trying to get local gifts for the family, I bought a load of wildlife products for my parents. They have foxes and badgers so got them some food, a gardent statue and a new bird box since theirs got woodworm!

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  83. Probably mainly books, not much better than a book

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  84. I haven't even thought about it 😂

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  85. Buying local to support businesses

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  86. I'm making "at home hampers" with lots of things to do at home from games, to mug cake kits as well as lots of food and drink.

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  87. I am making my grown up sons a night in hamper with lots of goodies and a DVD. I'm hosting a family quiz that can be virtual if we can't get together.

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  88. Bought some body shop stuff and personalised gifts

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  89. i'll be making little hampers for family

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  90. I'm making homemade Christmas cakes little ones decorated . Wrapped in see through wrap and tied at the the top with some decorative ribbon they look pretty and make a nice gift

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  91. I'll be buying an assortment of items, all purchased online so I don't have to go shopping! Not started yet though.

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  92. Some board games to keep the family busy during the months of restrictions that lay ahead. Good old fashioned fun.

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  93. I'm getting my sister a rug, my mum a necklace, and my dad a film he wanted

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  94. I'm making personalised hampers for each person on my list!

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  95. I make xmas cake and fudge for my family and friends

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  96. We are having a very quiet Christmas this year, the kids don't seem to want much, so I've been buying little stocking fillers and small gifts that they will open throughout the day.

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  97. my son just wants some clothes which is nice easy

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  98. Food and/or drink gift for my partner, clothes for the teenagers and baby doll for my youngest

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  99. I have absolutely no idea, so I'm stealing ideas here too!!

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  100. One of my items for my brother was a holdall he lives in Ireland and pre covid regularly travels to the uk. I was going to fill it with travel essentials

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  101. Count me in for a chance to win

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  102. Homemade chilli sauces along with other gifts.

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  103. I'm getting my husband some food items as he's a keen cook, and my daughter some eco-friendly beauty items.

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  104. Entered the Trendhim co petition thanks, getting clothes for my OH this Xmas.

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