Add Scrigit Scrapers To Your Basket This Easter

Fill Your Basket With Scrigit Scrapers and an Amazon $25.00 Gift Card Giveaway

One of my favorite items I have reviewed is the Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool – there is nothing that this tool can not do when it comes to removing stickers and tags from items.

With holiday wrapping, and the need to get price tags off there is no better time to get this “essential scraper tool”. To get your holiday ready, and give you some stocking stuffers Scrigit is giving you Amazon Gift Card and some Scrigits.

Iย  received an Amazon gift card for this post. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

One winner will receive a couple of packs of the Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool’s and an Amazon Gift Card!

The Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool is a pocket-size scraper that has a slanted end on one side and a flat head on the other side. The dual option makes it easy for scraping anything off any surface. The size of the Scrigit makes it easy to fit anywhere and when it is in your hand it resembles a pen, so it is comfortable.

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GIVEAWAY: Scrigit is giving a set of 7 Scrigit’s and an Amazon gift card to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) – 2 pack of Scrigit’s and (1) – 5 pack of Scrigit’s and one $25.00 Amazon Gift Card. This is a $41.95 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on March 20th (3/20/2018) to receive this essential scraper tool and Amazon Gift Card! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Scrigit. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a Scrigit Set and an Amazon Gift Card!

101 thoughts on “Add Scrigit Scrapers To Your Basket This Easter

  1. Lynne B

    When my kids were young, I’d put Easter eggs filled with chocolate and candy. There would always be a solid chocolate bunny.

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  2. Barrie

    As the kiddo has gotten older, the basket has more practical items such as socks, brush, t-shirt but always candy!

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  3. Melissa Storms

    My son is 13 now and will be 14 by Easter. His baskets now contain books, toiletries and of course a good chocolate bunny and jelly beans.

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  4. Kimmy Ripley

    I stock up on Easter basket goodies at Five Below. My daughter likes emoji stuff and books.

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  5. Ann Fantom

    I always put Hershey’s Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, jelly beans, peeps, books and a small present in my daughter’s Easter basket.

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  6. Alecia Kay

    What a neat little thing. Everyone loves an amazon gift card in their easter basket! (The eggs with quarters or dollar bills in them were always my favorite)

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  7. Ashley

    We don’t do easter baskets anymore – no kids in the house. Was never a fan of easter baskets anyways, lol. I don’t eat chocolate, candy, “junk food”. ๐Ÿ˜›

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  8. Karley Moore

    I put candy, socks, movies, stickers, and gift cards in my Easter baskets. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. tat2gurlzrock

    I don’t make Easter baskets because no little ones here but if I was to receive one I would be hoping for lot’s of chocolate.

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  10. Darcy L Koch

    I try not to put too much candy and instead go to the Dollar Store to pick up little novelties for the younger kids. For the older I usually give a gift card.

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  11. John Smith

    “What do you put in your Easter Baskets??” I put all my eggs in one basket!

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  12. Jaque Richards

    Chocolate, of course. A cuddly stuffed animal and small toys and DVDs. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you.

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  13. luvtodream86

    I put various Easter candies like jelly beans, peeps, chocolate bunny’s etc along with fun toys like balls, coloring books, crayons, stuffed animals that my kids will enjoy!

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  14. Dolores Miranda

    My kids like sweet candies and I get outdoor toys like balls,hoolah hoops,ect for the young ones to share.

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  15. paulinemilner

    Our kid’s Easter baskets are at the end of their treasure hunt and filled with a few sweet treats, gift cards, books and toys. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity.

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  16. Jackie

    When my kids were little, I’d put candy, sidewalk chalk, a jump rope, jacks and silly putty in their Easter Baskets.

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  17. fldarkside

    I usually put in a little chocolate and other things like books, crossword puzzles, crafts, etc.

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  18. Maryann D.

    I put chocolates, small toys, pencils, stuffed toys in Easter baskets.

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  19. Sandy Burton

    My older grandson this year is getting toys and children’s cooking utensils. The baby is allergic to chocolate, so candy will be tricky for holidays from now on.

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  20. Jen D.

    I’m still pretty traditional in what I put in Easter baskets – chocolates, jelly beans, marshmallow eggs, coconut eggs, etc.

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  21. Suzanne Denys

    I put chocolate, jelly beans, small fun fact books for my kids, card games, chapsticks, a new shirt or two or summer pjs.

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  22. Julie Bickham

    My kids are teens so I put candy, toiletries and gift cards in their baskets.

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  23. Christy DuBois

    Gosh it’s been so long ago since I did an Easter basket. My daughters are grown now. One just got married and my youngest is a senior at ole miss with 2 or 3 years still to go after graduation. I do get them a happy like make up, a handbag, or clothing and add money to it. I also put an inspirational meditation book, encouragement in life book or some type or gratitude journal/book because I feel gratitude will make you more content in life than acquiring great riches without gratitude. I wrap in a pastel color or easter wrapping and that’s my easter for my two girls.

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  24. USSROVER (Michael)

    I do not do Easter baskets. Not married and no children, but if I did it would be home made goods

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  25. rhonda miotke

    Lots of chocolate, bubbles, plastic eggs filled with small toys and rings.

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  26. Dave L

    Our Easter baskets are filled with chocolate miniatures, jelly beans, and Peeps, except for my brother in law who does not like sweets. He gets an Easter basket full of chips and snacks, Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  27. katie bellamy

    We put outdoor games and activities in Easter baskets to get ready for Spring!

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  28. Michele Pineda

    my daughter is a teen now, so I put in makeup, stuff for her cell phone, a little cash or gift cards and candy of course!

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  29. larescoe

    I always put a stuffed bunny, small books, coloring books/crayons, candy, and other small Easter themed toys. ๐Ÿ™‚ I really enjoy going all out for the holidays for my children.

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  30. Michelle C

    We always have a lot of candy and a few small toys, books and art supplies.

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  31. Erin Smith

    Chocolate and peanut butter covered in chocolate ~ ohhh and jelly beans (but ONLY the red ones….cuz those are the best)

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  32. Kayla Klontz

    I put a new stuffed Easter Bunny in my children’s baskets each year along with jelly beans, peeps, carrot and bunny shaped chocolates and coloring books and normal books.

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  33. Leah Shumack

    Coloring books and crayons, chocolate and dvds are always big hits here!

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  34. Donna porter

    I put lots of candy especially chocolate in the Easter baskets. Also small toys, books and games go in the basket.

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  35. Buddy Garrett

    When our daughter was young we would put candy and plastic Easter Eggs with surprises inside them in her basket.

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