Now, do you all remember way back in 1947 – about this time of year too – in a city called New York, when Susan Walker was taught not to believe in fantasies? That is, until someone by the name of Kris Kringle showed up and helped all those he could – and in the process turned Susan’s mother, Doris Walker, a courtroom, a post office, Macy’s Department Store, and actually New York City as a whole upside down? Well, maybe “upside down” isn’t quite the word here, but you all undoubtedly remember that day…or should I say days?
Well, that same Kris Kringle that we saw back in 1947 has a surprise in store for you all, so listen up! Now, you all know you all have probably been pretty naughty this year (spending way too much time on this site! ) and don’t deserve much of anything, but old Santa ain’t going to let you down this year! Anyway, like every year Santa’s come quite a long way – all the way from the North Pole (and no, he didn’t forget Rudolph), this time to give away a hand-dandy 16″x20″, 504 piece puzzle of a classic star or stars (we’ll get into the specifics in a moment) to a lucky winner of a small contest! So, stay tuned…
1. Register on this site if you haven’t done so already – that way Santa can make sure you don’t enter the contest multiple times (naughty, naughty! ) And, so that you can be contacted if you’re the winner!
2. Drop a comment below (while logged into your account) and take guess on how many metal pellets are in the glass down below. (hint, it’s over 1,000)
3. The closest one to the correct answer wins the handy dandy 504 piece puzzle!
4. The deadline to enter and take a guess in the contest is Dec. 15th. Winner will be announced the following day on Friday the 16th.
5. If you’re outside the U.S., feel free to join the contest as well!
(How many metal pellets? Click on Image to Enlarge)
Ok, the specifics of this puzzle are:
- Contains 504 puzzle pieces
- Size is 16″x20″
- Comes with a photo on the box to aid in building the puzzle
- Winner may choose one of the following three images for the puzzle: