Friday, November 16, 2012

Melissa & Doug Trunki Giveaway

It's less than six weeks until Christmas... are you travelling to visit (or escape!) family this year? If you are headed out with your kids this year, I've got a great giveaway for you: a Melissa & Doug Trunki!

One of their Terrific Twenty Toys this year, & a favourite for the last few, the Trunki is now available in a limited edition pattern: Tie Dye Swizzle. Trunki is a hard-sided carry-on sized suitcase on wheels for kids. Where it differs from the usual suitcase is that it doubles as a ride-on toy. Trunki comes with a removable leash so you can pull your little one along on the fast-moving wheels set in an extra-wide base. An integrated saddle, contoured leg rests & sturdy horn grips make riding comfortable, while interior straps and easy-to-operate sliding locks keep clothes & toys safe inside. & these things are cute: they come in various bright colours including tiger stripe & ladybug dots. Tough & practical for real travel, Trunki makes a great kids' luggage toy for rolling around the house too. Trunki is 18.25" x 12" x 8.75", recommended for children three & up. Trunkis retail for $39.99.

If you'd like to win a Trunki of your own, enter via Rafflecopter below. It's quick & easy, giving you a extra entries daily for tweeting about the giveaway. The contest ends Thursday, November 22nd at 9pm PST. The winner will be notified by email & must contact me with their mailing address & Trunki colour preference within 48 hours or I'll choose another winner.

Good luck!!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


 
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23 comments:

  1. Hipster Vancouver toddler clothes...

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    1. Well, you are living in the heart of the Fraserhood...

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  2. dolls,doll clothes
    thans
    aunteegem@yahoo.com

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    1. You're welcome! I love doing fun giveaways like this one!

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  3. Probably a million little things that wouldn't actually be needed. :)

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    1. The Trunki will probably hold that many, yes. :)

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  4. toys

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  5. Clothes and books for our trip back east. :)gwenfloyd @ gmail.com

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  6. Everything, they love to carry things around. Their toys, dolls, duplo. Mama's cutlery, Mama's Tupperware.

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  7. Trucks, cars, and his ever popular farm animals!

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  8. I think ours quickly fill with tiny dinosaurs, stones, acorns, dead leaves, worms (yarn ends), unusually large dust bunnies, and other treasures that need a safe and warm place to sleep!

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  9. At first my kids would definitely jam pack it with every toy possible. But I would intend to use it for a trip to Seattle once my sister moves there from Az in the next few weeks.

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  10. We'd fill it with our Activity bags and dinosaurs and her blankie.

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  11. Star Wars toys and probably a light saber or two for sure! ;)

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  12. Trucks, trains, cars...monster trucks if he could. You get the point ;)

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  13. books, lego, books, books, books....

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  14. My son would put his cars, trains, books, marbles, marker caps and basically anything else he can fit in there.

    AGi:)

    vodkainfusedlemonade.wordpress.com

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  15. My daughter would fill it with an UglyDoll, broken crayons, a tutu, and acorn caps. She'd love the Ruby Red Trunki!!

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  16. WHAT! That's me! WOWOWOW, so excited, thank you so much!
    I e-mailed you back.

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