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Monday, April 9, 2012

.:Review & Giveaway - Crafterhours - CLOSED:.

** GIVEAWAY CLOSED **

Are you following the blog Crafterhours?

Because if you aren’t, you really should be.

I pinned these great ‘I know where it goes’ stickers from Crafterhours awhile back, and was so excited when Susan contacted me about reviewing some of the stickers.

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I love these stickers because I think it is so important to teach your kids responsibility. A lot of the time, it is difficult for me to step back and let my kids learn how to do things. I know it will get done fast and it will get done right if I just do it. But let’s face it. That’s not doing my kids any favors, right?

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I want my kids to appreciate what they have, and I want them to learn how to take care of what they have. So helping my small children with a simple task like putting clothing away is a great place to start, right?

We chose the purple stickers to match their room décor, and obviously went with the girl versions. The girls had a great time helping me put them on. We have one dresser that is out in the room, and then another one that is in the closet (which doesn’t match at all, so don’t mind that).

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So far, these have been super helpful little reminders for my two oldest when it comes time to put clothes away or get clothes out to change into.

If you think this is as awesome as I do, then you’re going to love this:

Susan is giving away three sets of her stickers! So that means three winners! Each winner will get to choose whether it’s a boy or girl version, and what color.

Here’s how you can enter to win.
(Each entry requires a separate comment).

MANDATORY

1. Visit Crafterhours shop and comment back with what version and color you would choose if you won.

EXTRA

2. Follow Crafterhours blog.

This giveaway will run through Monday, April 16th at 11:59 p.m. MST. The winners will be announced on Tuesday, April 17th. It will be YOUR responsibility to check back and see if you’ve won.

11 comments:

  1. I would pick the boy version, in bright blue! What a fabulous idea.

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  2. These are brilliant for children on the autistic spectrum (and my husband!) I NEED these for my kids! Med pink for the girls room but I'd want navy for the boys... hard to pick!

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  3. I have a girl so I would pick the girl version in medium pink

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  4. oooh! Good idea! I'd pick bright blue for my boy....but then I'd probably need to go back and get a pink for my girly.

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  5. I follow Crafterhours. Thank you!

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Thanks for leaving a comment! I love reading them! I try to reply to questions the best I can, but you can always email me at sumossweetstuff {at} gmail {dot} com.

Sumo:)