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The Baubles v Tinsel Story 2010 (Cadbury Spots v Stripes)

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Published on Dec 24, 2010

Watch the full story of our Baubles v Tinsel game unfold right from day 1 as the Spots & Stripes compete in daily games across Facebook & Twitter for the chance to decorate our Cadbury Christmas Tree in their chosen decor.

On day 1 fans put Baubles or Tinsel Twibbons on their profile pics to show their team loyalty, and by the narrowest of margins the Baubles claimed the first tree victory. On day 2 the Spots won again with their impressive selection of Spotty Christmas Carols but they missed out on the hat-trick when the Tinsel covered Stripes came up with the longest Cadbury Wishes list on day 3.

Day 4 saw us recreate the nativity with a call for Mary's & Joseph's, another resounding win, before the Stripes played catchup again posting up the most pictures on our woolly hat day 5. The pattern continued through day 6 & 7 with Spots winning our Christmas Pairs memory game and Stripes triumphing in 'Guess What's Wrapped' but the Stripes then leveled the series in our Cadbury Quizmas on day 8.

Day 9's Word-A-Thon was our biggest game yet and through fierce competition the Stripes managed to sneak a victory and the Tinsel was leading on the tree going into the last day...

However it all changed wih the Tree-Off, with the Spotty side having nearly twice as many entries and three times as many votes it was a HUGE victory for the Baubles and enough to propel them into first place just before the finish line - that not only earns the team 1,000 points but also means there's not a piece of Tinsel left to be seen on our tree!

We'll be making it our new year's resolution to Play More Games, join in at http://www.facebook.com/cadburyspots or http://www.facebook.com/cadburystripes

To play Word-A-Thon yourself this Christmas download our rules and answer sheet PDF: http://tiny.cc/wordathon

Merry Christmas from Alison (Spots) & Jerry (Stripes)

With special thanks to Harry the Christmas Elf.

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