Wednesday, January 28, 2009

A week of giveaways day seven: vintage block heaven

The final giveaway and then normal broadcasting resumes around here.

These cute plastic children's blocks each measure 5 cm across:with various vintage pictures on each side.If you can see them living at your house, leave a comment and I'll announce a winner tomorrow morning. CLOSED

Speaking of winners, have you been following the comments on yesterday's post? They've caused quiet a quandary around here: do I just go with Random.org as usual? If so do I enter 18 comments (all of them) or remove the double-ups (and my comments) first?

Should I announce The Old Flame the winner purely for entertainment purposes? Or take note of the comments explaining just what you'd make while wearing said apron?

I decided to leave the decision making to you. There should hopefully be a poll at the top of my blog (fingers crossed: it's the first time I've used the Blogger poll widget). Please cast your vote and I'll make a decision tomorrow morning...

13 comments:

missfee said...

again I am first - but I can offer a spot on Play School in the book shelves if I win!!!!!!
Their very own tv appearance

Anonymous said...

Oh so cute!
I see them in my house over there, or there or there!

Emma x
qotfu72@yahoo.com.au

MTB Girl said...

I'd love to have them to gift to a friend about to have her first baby :)

Electric Love said...

aww how sweet. I have a spot on my shelf just for them....

sb lovecraft said...

James (2 years old) and I would love to play with the blocks.

stayday said...

the pussy cat is to die for

reg said...

I could say my almost two year old 'big' girl would love to play with them- but really I think I'd like playing with them more.

Ange Rothwell said...

They niftily encompass 2-year-old Sweeney's fave things - blocks and animals. Hurrah!!

JustJess said...

Miss 2 loves BWOCKS, so I will certainly take a deli number for these please!

gaby said...

Mr M (18 months) would love them.

Doting Gran said...

These are just what a proud Grandmother would love to share and play with her grandson.

Scratch said...

Long time stalker, first time commenter :) My son would love those blocks, as he stares at them on the shelf out of his reach (they're too nice to play with, right?).

perempuan said...

Way too cute. Maybe I have a better luck this time.