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Get Sniffing with Snifty

Everyone that knows me wasn’t surprised when I became an active member of the Parent’s Association (PA) at my daughters’ school where I made a name for myself in regards to my baking for school events.  As well as helping my children’s school in their fund raising it is also a fun way to meet new parents and get out of the house a bit Mr Squishy in tow.  Quite often the other parents and I would look for new and fun items to give away as prizes for the summer and Christmas fairs.  Other times of the year including Valentines and Halloween we try and get a treat or goody bag arranged for the children.  The problem is that I noticed in past years the items sometimes given were predominately edible and sugar laced or plastic and short lived items.  I prefer items that are more useful but also fun rolled into one (what can I say, I’m a big kid at heart).

 Snifty Fund Raising UK had just what I was looking for.  They have a range of stationary including:



Snifty 2pencils

DSC02051snifty 3and rulers that are perfect to fill goody bags and give as prizes and can be purchased in bulk to offer the most competitive prices.

What’s so special about them?  They smell!!! and trust me that’s a good thing.  The scents of these products include cupcake, scented candy, watermelon, blueberry, grape and more.  They have exclusive offers for fundraisers and are an effective and also great way to raise funds as they are always popular with children.

I used to having similar products many years ago when I was at school and they were always winners amongst myself and my friends so I was rather excited when a selection of items were sent to me for review.  As we smelt each of the products the girls tried to guess the aromas and were extremely excited chattering between them about their favourites and about taking them to school so their friends could see them too.

DSC02069I found that they were the perfect thing to help me get the girls to do their work (it may be the holidays but mine still study a little to keep their brains active).


DSC02079As they worked they would have a sneaky sniff of their favourite pencil.

DSC02062snifty 1For parents wanting to buy these super desirable products for their little ones returning back or even starting at school their sister company Great Little Rewards can help.  You can buy singles and also small packs of these here and also some other cool / fun items that are great to use as gifts and also treats / incentives for the little ones.  On the high street the pens retail at about £3.25 each.

I have some exciting news for you all.  I have been told that I can give away a box of pens to one lucky reader!!!

How exciting.

One box contains 50 pens and the recommended price is £147.50 excluding VAT, fundraiser price is £62.50 excluding VAT.

snifty 4To enter just fill in the Rafflecopter form:

 Not sure how to?

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Not all of the entry options are compulsory but the more you do the more entries you will gain.  Look out for the daily entry options for extra entries.

 Likes on Facebook are NOT compulsory but are very much appreciated plus it will ensure you don’t miss my great posts, freebies and competitions.

 (Please do not cheat, anyone caught doing so will be disqualified, this includes saying you are following on twitter etc. when you are not!)

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. I love these and would have great fun writing letters to my friends and also using them to teach my son how to write.

  2. I would share with my 96 year old neighbour Mary ,who still lives in her own house but dosnt get out much

  3. Looks fantastic, awful but in the day I loved the smell of magic markers and that is wrong on so many levels

    1. Lol Anita those are really strong! These products are so much nicer.

  4. Wish I lived in the UK so I could enter. 🙂

    1. I only do UK competition Dari, sorry x

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