I know that Halloween has just barely passed and that we are slowly gearing up for Thanksgiving, but here’s the thing. I start thinking about Christmas seriously as soon as Halloween is over. Partially because I am one of those people who braves Black Friday shopping and mainly because I like to be done with my holiday shopping as soon as possible. No really, I’m not kidding. One year I actually had all my shopping done before the end of October. Granted, my kids were much younger and getting the coolest new toys wasn’t a huge issue, but still.
So, I’m in the mindset of Christmas and I’m going to share some of my finds with you!
First up is a great stocking stuffer made in Portland, Oregon! That’s right, I couldn’t resist the opportunity to share with you a product that is made close to me.
Radz are collectable toy candy dispensers. They each come with a package of great-tasting, gluten-free Radz candy which is made specially just for Radz and a backpack buddy clip, because, what better place to keep your candy than on your backpack?! That’s not all though. These super cute characters also grant you free access to RadzWorld.com,the online world where fans can play fun games, watch videos starring their favorite Radz characters, and submit their own fan art.
That is what I think makes these candy dispensers so unique. Long after the candy is gone, kids can still enjoy their character in Radz World. The cute characters below are Twig and Bubbs, from the Limited Edition Everyday series 1 collection, they will be adorning my kids’ stocking this Christmas. I can’t wait to see their faces when they see these cute little guys on Christmas morning.
Would your kids like these in their stocking?
Then it’s your lucky day! I’ve got a dispenser to giveaway to one lucky reader. Simply use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter, be sure you complete the mandatory entry of leaving a comment telling me you favorite stocking stuff as a child.
GIVEAWAY ENDS NOVEMBER 21ST AT 9:01PM PST
Disclosure: I was sent the dispensers pictures above in order to create this post. After checking them out I decided they were a great stocking stuffer.