Name A Star this Christmas with Star Name Registry & Competition

You may remember earlier this year, March to be exact, I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to review a name your own star gift set with Star Name Registry. I choose to gift it to Olivia for her 11th birthday and named it after something special to her and her grandad.

I have been gifted with another gift set for a star. We loved the idea the first time around so it seemed natural to present another family member with something different and unique. Every Christmas we gift my mum something personalised off all the grandchildren. They all naturally love their nanny and in the past, we have had cushions, typography prints to name a few. Now as well as being a superstar nanny, she really can be a shining star in the sky.

As before the gift set comes beautifully packaged. If you opt for a gift set to give to someone special this year, your certificate will come framed with the option two or more wooden roses to complete the set. Also included is the extra information about the star and the constellation map. You also get your stars coordinates to be able to view your star online following the instructions included. So if you don’t have a telescope at home it’s a pretty easy way to catch a glimpse of your star shining brightly in the sky!

Choosing Your Star.

name a star gift set certificate in box

The process to choose your star is pretty easy and simple to follow through on the website. It really is a clear and simple process and providing you don’t umm and ahh over your details, it is really quick too. Before you know it you will have your very own star certificate winging its way to you. Just like that.

Choosing your star is pretty easy. All you need to do is pick which set you like. Select the constellation, we chose the Cassiopeia constellation as it means The Queen. My mum is the head of the household so it was only fitting that is where we chose her star. You then need to name it. Nanny Sue is the name of our star after the woman herself and then date it. Any date that is special to you. We went for my mum’s birthday. You can also have a little message put on the certificate which we did.

I’m pretty sure my mum will love it. I hope she does!

The options to name your star start at £14.99. Choosing your constellation is an extra £9.99 and adding roses on costs from £2.99 to £9.99 allowing you to fully customise your set to create the perfect gift set.

name a star gift set framed certificate and constellation map

Win Your Own Name A Star Gift Set.

I have kindly been offered a Name A Star gift to give away to my readers again. Valued at £34.99 you will receive the certificate and the constellation map. Have a little read of the T&C’s below and don’t forget to check out all the gift packages available at Star Name Registry if you are still on the lookout for gifts for that special someone this Christmas.

T&C’s

The prize is 1x a star gift set valued at £34.99 for one winner only. The prize will be supplied by Star Name Registry, not One Frazzled Mum. The competition will run from 04/12/2017 to 18/12/2017. Open to UK mainland residents only over the age of 18. Winners will be contacted on the 19th December to receive delivery before Christmas. Any delay in supplying the winners details may result in delivery being made after the Christmas period. All usual 28 days terms still apply. Please enter all options carefully and correctly, any incorrect entries will be void as will multiple entries from the same ip address.

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*DISCLAIMER: I RECEIVED THIS GIFT SET FOR PURPOSE FOR THIS REVIEW. ALL THOUGHTS AND OPINIONS ARE MY OWN*
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  1. Fantastic give away!! Merry Christmas and all the best for the new year I would name the star after my grandpa who passed away recently before my wedding day