Stuff Your Stockings with Hint Waters (A Giveaway)

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Congrats to the winners: kidsmissions08@, hollycoty@, christinaburrell@

Earlier today, I mentioned some fun stocking stuffers that are easy on Mom and easy on the budget. I like to add food items to the stocking to fill it out and give my kids some energy on Christmas morning.

Not that they’re lacking for energy on Christmas morning.

Well, a fun product crossed my path recently and I thought it was perfect to add to the healthier than your See’s candy list of stocking stuffers. Hint is flavored water, without sugar or even unnatural sweeteners. The Pomegranate-Tangerine sounds yummy to me.

And they’ve got festive packaging this month!

In celebration of the Yogi Bear movie, a Warner Bros. Picture, in theatres on December 17th, HINT Water is releasing limited-time Yogi Bear and Boo Boo bottles for its Strawberry-Kiwi flavor. The film, which stars Justin Timberlake, Dan Aykroyd and Anna Ferris, is an adaptation of Hanna-Barbera’s classic cartoon and will follow Yogi and Boo Boo as they try to save Jellystone Park from being closed down forever.

You can enter to win tickets to the new Yogi movie from Hint. And this week you can also win some free Hint water.

This week three LifeasMOM readers will win a sampling of HINT including the new Yogi bottle.

To Enter

Simply tell us your favorite stocking stuffer.

This giveaway will be open until Sunday, December 19th at 8 pm, PST. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. You must respond within 48 hours to claim your prize.

:: For more holiday inspiration and daily giveaways, check out The Christmas Fun series.

Disclosure: I received review product courtesy of Hint. My opinions are my own. For more information, read my disclosure policy.

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  1. Favorite stocking stuffer? Dark chocolate 🙂

  2. Candy!!!

  3. My favorite stocking stuffer is an orange, an apple, & nuts. I used to always get those in my stocking when I was a kid. Now, I put them in my kids stockings!

  4. my favorite stocking stuffers are handmade jewlery items for my girl and anything train related for my boys and dark chocolate and tea for me!

  5. My favorite stocking stuffer for my kids is movie tickets!

  6. I’ll go with candy. I love the plastic candy canes filled with recess peanut butter cups!

  7. the plastic candy canes filled with m and m’s

  8. My mother in laws tradition of oranges is my favorite stocking stuffer!

  9. I tend to put things we need in the stockings: underwear, socks, toothbrushes, etc.

  10. My favorite stocking stuffer is a new toothbrush!

  11. joanna mattas says:

    My favorite stocking stuffer is a slinky. I got one every year, and now all of my kids do also.

  12. I like to get the mini-sized versions of my favorite candies.

  13. Hershey’s Miniatures

  14. We always have to include Reese’s trees, cute tights and fun toothbrushes in the girls’ stockings.

  15. Mini boxes of goldfish crackers!

  16. My favorite stocking stuffer is an ornament representing something from the year for that person. Makes for some great memories every year when we pull them out to put them on the tree.

  17. My favorite stock stuffing is chapstick since we go through so much of it. Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. Always a new toothbrush!

  19. Little Debbie Christmas Tree cakes!!

  20. My MIL gives me Ferrero Rocher chocolate in my stocking ….you know the chocolate covered hazelnut candy. SO YUMMY I love it!
    For my kids I started a tradition of giving them an ornament they can add to the tree.

  21. I love mixcandy with chocolate

  22. my dad was always in charge of the stockings & he put in the most random stuff… pens, paper, books, etc. 🙂 it was fun!

  23. toothbrush and toothpaste

  24. I love to find socks in my stocking! But my son is more partial to Matchbox cars or art supplies.

  25. My kids always get gummy vitamins and they love it!

  26. We love to put special things in our stockings. Like a food only that kid likes. for example, a pomegrante for the child who loves those. Spcieal cocoa for the one who loves chocolate.

  27. Erin Chapman says:

    Since we do not go to the movie theater except during summer $.50 movie times, my favorite stocking stuffer is to the latest movie releases for children in their stockings. Hours of movie fun for the rest of the vacation!

  28. I always put chocolate Santas in my girls stockings.

  29. My favorite part of Christmas shopping is shoppint for stocking stuffers! I love seeing what kind of randomness I can come up with every year. My favorite thing to put in my son’s stocking every year is some fun boxers- Old Navy is a great resource, they always seem to have some on clearance for $1!

  30. Pamela Sloughter says:

    little oranges or tangerines- the ones that are easy to peel 🙂

  31. My daughter’s just 2 and baby will be 5-7 days old at Christmas so we’re still working on that “traditional” gift. But, I remember always getting fruit in our stockings as a kid.

  32. Chocolate Coins from Trader Joe’s

  33. I love getting the marshmallow filled chocolate goodies for my kids.

  34. Rebecca Scott says:

    Candy, specifically chocolate candy = )

  35. Warm, cozy socks

  36. beef jerky!! my kids LOVE it!

  37. My favorite Stocking stuffer (growing up) was the little chocolate candy Santas, the ones from the Dollar Store. My mom would buy us all a pack and put it into our stockings Christmas Eve night.

  38. A book!

  39. simple- oranges and nuts!

  40. I used to get an orange in the toe of my stocking and never ate it. I won’t torture my kids that way! I would have to say my favorite item to give and receive is chocolate!

  41. carlasorensen says:

    Black licorice!

  42. Brandy Fisk says:

    Jelly Bellys

  43. Tough call…either peanut butter cups or bath oils

  44. Clementines and lipgloss/chapstick.

  45. My parents still fill stockings at their house for their grown children. Great to get useful items – batteries, chapstick, nail file, mints, and lots of chocolate.

  46. Shaving cream!!

  47. Gold wrapped coins that come from the North Pole, of course.

  48. Reese’s cups for me, but games for my two year old 🙂 This year she’ll get a hand full of really inexpensive card games (90% off in the dollar baskets…can’t beat $.10…my operation shoebox kids all got some too!) She can’t really really play the games yet, but she loves cards….she carries them in her purse all the time.

  49. chocolate

  50. sugar free gum in the multi packs

    I wish they still made the trident multiflavor packs I used to get from my great aunt in her Christmas packages.

  51. A special Christmas ornament that represents something important from the past year. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  52. Santa always leaves a fave non healthy candy. Mms for my daughter and skittles for my son!

  53. Chocolate gold coins

  54. Mine would have to be the life savors book. Sound silly but it’s something my mom did for my sister and I. Now I continue this for my girls.

  55. Definitely lots of chocolate, a small gift, and sometimes a soda or drink that they love. Growing up my mom always bought us the lifesaver storybook boxes. that was a given in our stocking every year!
    Oh yes – and candy canes!!

  56. toothbrush! and school supplies

  57. My favorite stuffer has to be candy and gloves. The kids always get a new pair every Christmas and they love it.

  58. Jennifer M. says:

    Favorite stocking stuffer- jewelry! ha ha

  59. My mom always made our stockings so special. My favorite was the Hershey bells and kisses, though–and the Andes mints.

  60. Cuties and a homemade cd.

  61. My favorite stocking stuffer is definitely the candy. 😉

  62. Candy of any sort, since it’s such a treat!

  63. ANY chocolate item is my favorite.

  64. Hershey Bars

  65. My favorite stocking stuffer is crayons.

  66. I like to put things like toothbrushes, razors, & candy!

  67. M&M’s and Kisses…

  68. definitely candy.

  69. always love sweet treats, balanced with an apple or orange at the bottom 🙂

  70. I love cozy socks in a stocking and fun lipgloss.

  71. I always try to put in a fun chapstick!

  72. Chandra Stewart says:

    My favorite has to be the M&M-filled candy canes. I got them as a kid, and I always get my kids one now. It’s the only day I’ll let them eat the whole thing without any limitations! 🙂

  73. I always stuff stockings with Scratchers. Someone always wins at least $20 and it is fun for everyone.

  74. New chapsticks and Lifesavers little candy books.

  75. dark chocolate and tea

  76. For me, its gotta be the kinder egg! Brings back so many awesome memories…

  77. Toothbrushes & Toothpaste!

  78. Hershey’s Miniatures, nuts, oranges, puzzles books.

  79. movie-size boxes of candy

  80. We don’t always have money to eat out, which is our family’s favorite thing to do. So I buy $5 gift cards to their favorite fast food place, then when we’re out they never have to be denied.

  81. Jessica A. says:

    I love giving my kids stuff like socks and hair ties. I personally enjoy chocolate in my stocking. The Hint water looks great with no extra sugar.

  82. Chocolate Oranges!

  83. Sally McQuaid says:

    candy and new craft items for the kids.

  84. Vicki Matacchiera says:

    candy, gum & chapstick

  85. Shannon Blanchard says:

    I love toiletries. I always fill the stocking with deodorant and shaving cream for adults and headbands for the girls

  86. My favorite stocking stuffer is lip balm. I am always in need of it at Christmas time and I love all of the different fun flavors!


  88. It has to be dark chocolate.

  89. I like See’s candy

  90. Sarah Robinson says:

    My favorite stocking stuffer is chapstick!

  91. Vanilla tootsie rolls

  92. We always include an orange in the toe of our kids’ stockings. And a few honey sticks!

  93. My favorite stocking stuffer is gold chocolate coins.

  94. Holly Waldrop says:

    Lotions, body spray, and of course candy

  95. We love to stuff the stockings with gift cards and candy.

  96. My favorite stocking stuffers are fuzzy socks and teh plastic candy canes filled with candy.

  97. Perfume & Chocolate!

  98. I always like to put a pair of socks in each stocking

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