Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Name-A-Star (Personalized Gift) Review and Giveaway Ends 2/22/14

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.






How many of us gaze longingly... lovingly... at the stars?  Perhaps, we're searching the heavens for that one special star... or maybe we're making wishes on the first bright evening star.

When I learned that you can have a star named after someone, well, I knew exactly what to do!




You see, our oldest daughter is expecting a girl-child in March.  Yep -- I'm going to be a Nanie! I am so excited... we've been wanting this for a while now! :)

Naming a star for this precious baby is perfect.  She'll always know that she is our beloved angel.

Name-A-Star is the perfect place to find that star and name if for a loved one's special occasion. The price is reasonable (ARV: $12.99), it's easy to do, and the package is delivered via email within 24 hours!



*(The above certificate is a sample and is not my own).*

The Certificate is lovely -- it's simple but meaningful.  It includes the star's co-ordinates in the night sky.  You can download Google Earth, type in the star's co-ordinates, and Google will go straight to it!.




Imagine the fun of knowing there is a star of your very own.  And imagine how special and loved someone feels when knowing that someone cared enough to give them an ever-lasting gift.

You'll also be able to leave your loved one a personalized message that they will see everytime they look at their star on Google Earth!




I am so happy with the certificate that I received and I can't wait to give it to our grand-daughter. She's going to be our special star, I can assure you!

You may connect with Name A Star on their Facebook Page as well as their website.

The folks at Name A Star have generously offered THREE of my readers the opportunity to Name a Star of their own! Just follow the entry instructions below for your chance to enter to win!

***Please follow all entry instructions carefully. All entries are verified. Open to USA only.***


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

48 comments:

Diane Therkildsen said...

I would name the star for my father, who passed away a year ago

Diane Therkildsen said...

that i would be able to name a star after a relative

Carla MA said...

This is such a clever idea. My son, who loves science and science fiction would get such a kick out of it. I like that he would receive a certificate with the location of the star to find with his telescope.

debbie frick said...

I like that you can leave a personalized message for the person you are girting.

debbie frick said...

This would be for my beautiful new granddaughter. The occasion would be her birth and what a blessing she is.

Becca Ann said...

you can view your star on google earth

Becca Ann said...

For my oldest for her birthday

The Perfect Bridesmaid said...

i would name it after my niece
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The Perfect Bridesmaid said...

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i like that you can leave a personal message for the gift recipient

Wendy said...

I learned that there is a registry so other people can look up your star on google earth.

Wendy said...

I would give a star to my husband for his birthday!

Evelyn Chuter said...

I have always thought that Name A Star was a neat idea. It's a different kind of present that a person doesn't expect. So it's a REAL surprise.

Evelyn Chuter said...

I would name a star in honor of my brother who passed in August of 2013. We were very close and use to watch the stars.

Bobbie Smith said...

When visiting the site, I liked that you can find your star on google earth

Bobbie Smith said...

I would name the star after my Mom, Rose who passed away Feb. 28th, 2013. This way, her kids, grandkids, and her great grandkids, will always have something that was named after her. What a wonderful way to memorialize somebody.

Rich Morris said...

I like how you can get it in two days.

Bobbie Smith said...

I like that they will let you leave a personalized message

Bobbie Smith said...

I learned that they send you your info within 48 hours

Rich Morris said...

i thin, it's cool that you can view the star on google earth

barbara stenby said...

I like that you can view the star with google maps

barbara stenby said...

i would name it for my dog Ralphie Winston

Rich Morris said...

I like how this is a gift that lasts forever and won't go in the trash the next week.

Rich Morris said...

My kids would love having a star named after them but having a certificate would be a nice tangible thing for them

lisagee1234 said...

Very nice you can see the star with google maps and satisfaction guaranteed.

Rich Morris said...

I think it'd be cool to name a star after my kids.

Melissa Moore said...

It is nice you can look the star up

Bobbie Smith said...

I just love that no other person can have the star that is yours.

Rich Morris said...

I think the price is pretty reasonable for what you get.

polly said...

I like tt you can personalize the message that you are giving it to

polly said...

I will name it for my grandson who will be 1 in July

polly said...

I entered your kids moccasin giveaway

Stacy said...

I like that you will be able to locate your star on Google Maps!

Stacy said...

I would name the star after my Dad, who passed away almost four years ago. He was a big Star Trek fan and he was really into stargazing - we had a huge telescope and we used to try to find different stars, planets, and other things (and this was long before the Internet!)

laurasloves said...

I love that you can find your star using Google Earth.
Laurie Emerson
lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

laurasloves said...

I would name the star for my mom who passed away 2 weeks before Christmas. We used to go outside at night when I was little and just look at the stars together.
Laurie Emerson
lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

amanda whitley said...

i like how cheap the program is and you can view it on google earth.

amanda whitley said...

i would name a star after my grandpa

Rich Morris said...

I like how they list the registry so you can see that each person has a different star.

Candie L said...

I like that it is forever. Thank you


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Candie L said...

I would name it after my youngest son for his birthday. Thank you




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Eric Duhs said...

You don't have to be an astro-physicist to appreciate a unique and touching gift to a loved one. A simple, cost efficient way to say "I love you, you're out of this world". You're not assigned a star, you actually choose it yourself. Large, small, near or far, it's a star designed by you for your loved one.

By the way, I love you son.

Dad

Eric Duhs said...

My chosen star is for my son, my beloved. I don;t need a special day or reason. It's a unique way to say "You mean the world to me son".

Susan Smoaks said...

i love that you can see your star on google maps.

Birdhouse Books said...

I love that you can view your star on Google Earth!

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Susan Smoaks said...

i would name the star for our unborn child we lost.

Birdhouse Books said...

I would love to name a star for my Mom on her birthday. This would be a unique gift for her!

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Carl White said...


I like that you can view your star on Google Earth.

Carl White said...


For whom will you name your star?

Do not know at this time.

For what occasion?

Again, would have to come up with something.