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Giveaway – 2 Christmas Villages to be Won

| December 5, 2011

‘Tis the season to be jolly, tra-la-la-la-la-la… ‘Tis also the season to get winning! And then to get crafty.. you know me and craftiness. And when there is a giveaway that involves you getting something lovely AND getting crafty, well then I am truly happy!

MAPS Toys is a fabulously fun and crafty and sciencey toy company. The majority of their toys involve doing, making and exploring and are great for kids of all ages. You will find everything from edible play dough to science kits to themed sand play sets.   Check out their site for more information.

Today, they would like to giveaway two of the Christmas Villages.

The Christmas Villages create a festive touch to any home decoration – I LOVE LOVE LOVE the fact that they incorporate LED lights to really make it all light up and fun. My children adore anything that they can “switch on and off” (electronic tea lights are rather popular here at the moment), so I know that they would adore this village too.

There are 2 of these up for grabs, each worth £24.99!

Would you like to win some? Well… here is what you need to do:

1) Visit MAP Toys and check out some of their toys on offer – what would YOU buy for your child’s stocking filler?

Open to UK residence only.

Competition closes on 11 Dec 2011.

Winner will be selected via random.org

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  1. Kelly Wiffin says:

    As my little girl is 22 months, the Squash Blox would be ideal. I don’t think they would fit in a stocking though!

  2. HELEN says:

    Great prize, I remember making something like this when I was at school.
    I would choose the Toobeez, look great for Den making, although a bit big for a stocking filler!

  3. wendy stanger says:

    Chimpanzee in the bloco for my little monkey would be my choice:) @kikicomp

    we have a big stocking!!!

  4. helen wright says:

    i think the marshmallow launcher would go down very well in my house! my lad loves shooting things and his little sister loves marshmallows! it could keep them entertained for hours!!!!

  5. Carolin says:

    I’d buy some Yummy Dough. Such a great and creative toy.

    @caro_mad

  6. Flo Foxes says:

    http://www.mapstoys.co.uk/MAPS_Toys_site/products_BeAmazing.htmlOhh I love those littel illumianted villages… we spotted some in our garden centre yesterday and my daughter loved them so … fingers crossed :-)

    As for Stockingfillers..love the selection at MAp Toys … would go for one of the sciencey ones and love the Test Tube Fun Kits here
    http://www.mapstoys.co.uk/MAPS_Toys_site/products_BeAmazing.html

    thanks for the chance to play
    Flo :-)

  7. Gillian Moloney says:

    I would choose the Yummy Dough, as my daughter is 2 next month and she has started to enjoy baking with us now. x

  8. Perrine says:

    Some yummy dough!

  9. MillyGandy says:

    I would choose the bow and mallow ;-)

    Milly Gandy

  10. Jen says:

    It would have to be the squash blox – lots of possibilities!

  11. Mummy Fever says:

    My two would love the squash blox @MummyFever

  12. Mama Syder says:

    I would choose the Grow snow kit @mamamakes

  13. Karen says:

    The Bloco is so cool! I would choose the snakes and dragons one :)(and possibly use it myself :p)

  14. Erica Price says:

    A Bloco dinosaur kit

  15. The Squash Blox look great, I think I would choose these.

  16. TheBoyandMe says:

    What a fabulous competition, I would choose the Grow Snow Kit.

  17. Gwen Thomas says:

    Ooh the Bloco building set looks fun. I can just imagine hours of peace and quiet from my two if they had that!

  18. Katie says:

    Its got to be the marshmallow launcher. Fantastic!

  19. Jennifer Schofield says:

    I would buy the Squash Blox

    @Jenni000

  20. Claire says:

    It would have to be the yummy dough for son Archies stocking. We have ordinary play dough, which he still tries to eat, even after putting in his mouth, finding it tastes disgusting…. only to put another piece in his mouth the following day. Perfect present.

  21. emma hunt says:

    i would buy the magic fish looks so cool ! x

  22. Rachael G says:

    My little girl would love the My Little Sandbox playsets – the mermaid one would go down a treat with her!

  23. renae says:

    The yummy dough so that I could try some too :)

  24. Rosemary says:

    I would get the Fire Power Super Soaking Fire Hose with back pack.He would get hours of enjoyment with this

  25. sue says:

    the magic fish as my lot are nuts about fishes..

  26. lee burton says:

    i would buy the squash box

  27. Shelly Bouchard says:

    I would choose the Quantum Flyer as a stocking filler for my boy!

  28. June Munday says:

    I think the Magic Fish would be a fun extra present.

  29. Angie says:

    I would choose the grow snow kit

  30. JAN says:

    I would buy the YUMMY DOUGH for my little girl so she can bake lots of lovely shapes for her daddy and grandparents

  31. gordon tompkins says:

    OHHH I dont know, the yummy dough for my grandchildren. Whos a yummy grandad.

  32. Elaine Kidd says:

    My son would have grgeat fun with the My Little Sandbox

  33. christine turner says:

    the magic fish look exciting but I would love to make the Christmas Village

  34. Joseph Watson says:

    My grandchildren would love the Marshmallow Launcher

  35. Tracy Nixon says:

    Thanks for the great competition! I would buy the Grow Snow Kit as I think it would create a lot of excitement among my 4 little ones lol! I am sharing on FB as Tracy K Nixon on tweeting as @tracyknixon xxx

  36. Lorraine C wilson says:

    Quantum Flyer looks great fun

  37. Kay Adams says:

    Gorgeous ,I remember my Mum making one when I was very young,one of my first recollections of christmas decorations.

  38. Hazel Wright says:

    Grow snow kit! I reckon that would be great for my baby…aged 19 haha!

  39. Teresa Lee says:

    I’d choose the ‘Make Science Fun’ kit, looks like really good fun with plenty to keep the kids occupied

  40. Roger says:

    Oh yes please Auntie.

  41. Roger says:

    Oh yes please Auntie Christmas Village please.

  42. Trish says:

    My daughter would love the Yummy Dough. Have tweeted @TrishO1

  43. Dee Dmonte says:

    Oh deffo the Marshmallow Launcher, looks fab!

  44. Coralie Pearson says:

    It’s got to be the Yummy Dough. Me and my girls would have so much fun playing with that

  45. Carmel thornton says:

    marshmallow launcher , looks great fun and not only for kids

  46. Julie Booth says:

    Has to be the marshmallow launcher, although hubby would aim it at the cat, and daughter would try and get in the way to get them into her mouth!

  47. ImmortalBeloved says:

    My 5 year old would love Toobeez, he loves building with Lego, this would completely knock him out, its added to my Amazon basket to hopefully buy soon, just bought a sandbox though. Entering this competition has cost me lol

  48. Mandy says:

    I would get the yummy dough

  49. Cathy Connelly says:

    Yummy Dough…all the family can join in the creativity and then eat the results. Perfect!

  50. Phil Darling says:

    I would go for the Quantum Flyer – Me and my boy would have great fun with that

  51. Andy D says:

    Love the Yummy Dough!!!

  52. Nicki Cawood says:

    Oh my! Those villages are just gorgeous – I am definitely feeling festive now :)
    Looking at the site I’d be hard pressed to find something that my eldest wouldn’t like!
    I think his favourites would be the science kits http://www.mapstoys.co.uk/MAPS_Toys_site/products_BeAmazing.html and probably the Alien Invasion saucer http://www.mapstoys.co.uk/MAPS_Toys_site/products_Alien_Inv.html (clearly cooler than my paper aeroplanes!)

  53. Lorraine R says:

    The marshmallow launcher looks great fun.

  54. Georgina Bean says:

    The Yummy dough would be so much fun very creative :) x

  55. linda wiles says:

    yummy dough is great fun

  56. Ben Audsley says:

    i yummy dough looks good

  57. Luci says:

    I love the look of the EZ Fort. I’m sure my two would have hours of fun with it.

  58. Val Hartley says:

    Perfect for my grandchildren.

  59. I would buy the EZ fort, my children would love that! x

  60. The EZ fort for the boys. I would love to win this, something new to bring in to the house over Christmas

  61. Solange says:

    A bloco dinosaur kit

  62. Rebecca says:

    Those are so pretty.

    I would choose the giant building sets, amazing toys.

    @1978ebecca

  63. Emily Gwilliam says:

    What lovely toys! Well I would buy for my daughter a ‘My little sandbox’ in Mermaid, would be a calming and imaginative toy to sit and play with, beautiful!

    @bertiechic

  64. Bernie says:

    My daughter would love this in her stocking, but it a little more then I spend for stocking fillers – she would also love the Snow Grow kit!

  65. Chris Ram says:

    I love this. Ho Ho Ho.

  66. Clementina says:

    Yummy Dough :)

  67. Karen Barrett says:

    Thanks for the giveaway
    I would choose Savanna in Pyjamas

  68. Alison says:

    The blocco construction sets look great fun, especially the dinosaur

  69. katherine grieve says:

    I love the yummy dough and so would my daughter!!

  70. Michelle says:

    The light upn Alien invasion flying saucer would be very popular with my two boys :)

  71. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I would choose the Yummy Dough.

  72. mandy eakins says:

    Got to be my little sandbox set – Big Builder Construction set – my son would absolutely love this – especially with the bad weather as he can’t get outside to play – it brings the outdoors indoors!

  73. Susie says:

    The Yummy Dough looks great – think I’d have as much fun as the little ones!

  74. Mark Palmer says:

    EZ-FORT

  75. Joanna Sawka says:

    alien invasion flying soucer

  76. Rhydian P says:

    The Bloco™ construction toy looks fab and the kids would love it.

  77. Joanna Kiely says:

    Oooooooooooooo the Marshmallow Launcher looks brilliant!!!!

    @JoKiely

  78. Charlotte Jones says:

    I would buy my daughter a Mermaid Sandbox – she would love this!

  79. Chris Fliss says:

    Wow! that is so cute I’ll keep everything crossed :-)

    Merry Christmas x

  80. Danielle F says:

    The Toobeze life size building kit look amazing

  81. Dee says:

    I’d choose the Yummy Dough, it reminds me of the many hours I spent playing with Plasticine when I was a child! (Although that wasn’t very tasty …)
    x

  82. Nicole S. says:

    I would choose the Bloco toys as my child just loves to build! They look fab!!

  83. cheryl fothergill says:

    I would buy the yummy dough, great fun and then something to eat afterwards!

  84. Sarah Parker says:

    my daughter would love the making science fun set

  85. Justin says:

    yummy dough

  86. Suzanne sendell says:

    lovely prize

  87. Sarah says:

    It would have to be the marshmallow bow & mallow ;)

    Imagine that on Cub Camp !!!!! Toasted marshmallows fired across the field – the boys would love it :)

    Great website – it’s kinda distracted me from my paperwork that I’m *supposed* to be doing :-/ (but I needed a break ;)

    Happy. Christmas & googd luck to us all :)

    S

  88. Cathryn Bowen says:

    I love some Yummy Dough we can hours of creative fun with it

  89. ZOE SPINNER says:

    Great Prize – thank you

  90. Rebecca Denyer says:

    I would get the Yummy Dough for my kids stockings

  91. jennie jackson says:

    i like the yummy dough

  92. Cheryll H says:

    Has to be the yummy dough… yummy! :) @pipersky1

  93. Pamela gossage says:

    It would have to be the Yummy Dough