Monday, November 21, 2011 For A Magical Gift Giving

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year but it can also be the most expensive. To make sure that you (or other gift givers) don’t waste any bucks, it is better if you ask your child to make a list for Santa what they would like to receive for Christmas.

Now, there’s a digital tool that will help kids make their list, it’s called the Santa’s Hideout. This tool makes gift giving less stressful. There’s a lot to love about Santa’s Hideout. Here are some reasons:
  • It is easy to register. You’ll just have to type your name, email address and choose a password.
  • It is fun for the kids. They get to make their wish lists and send it to Santa digitally. They can choose a category for a gift like clothing or toys and from there, choices will again appear and they can drag which item they particularly want to their list.
  • It is controlled by the parent(s) and gift givers. The wish lists can be shared by parents to their friends and family. The gift givers can choose which gift they already have or plan to give. Parents can also set the maximum amount of the gift that they can receive. It’s budget friendly.
  • It makes gift giving organized and makes buying for gifts easier, therefore more time to do other things for Christmas.
  • It’s free!

I know RC is a little too young to make her own list but I’m planning to use this list in a few years. I’m glad that I was informed about this and was given a chance to review the site.
Santa’s Hideout is on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.  You can also view their Tumblr blog.
Check out their website at, it's even easier than what I have discussed here. This site is definitely recommended especially for those who have more than one child.

Disclaimer: I will receive a check in exchange for this post. Regardless, I love Santa's Hideout and I will use it this Christmas.

1 comment:

kimmy said...

hmmmm.. isn't that cool?


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