Thursday, December 5, 2013

12 Days of Christmas -- Day 5 Giveaway!

Somehow I've ended up a day behind in our 12 Days event, but now the days match the numerical date, so it's all good :P

Day 5 -- a FFS (free for shipping) giveaway for an adorable set of wool felt finger puppets, Goldilocks and the 3 Bears!
Perfect for anytime play - makes a great stocking stuffer!

Our finger puppets are made of high quality wool felt and wool blend felt.  They are machine stitched for durability.  Finger puppets measure approx. 3 1/2" tall.  This set includes Mama Bear, Papa Bear, wee little Baby Bear and Goldilocks





To enter, post a comment (be sure there's some way for me to get in touch with you if you win!) below telling us your favorite children's story.  Giveaway is open to all, and ends Saturday, December 7th at 10am.  I will use random.org to choose a winner sometime thereafter.  Winner to pay shipping charge only -- US $1.75, International $6.50

Ready, set ... post!

ENDED - congratulations to the poster of comment #1!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

My favourite children's story is "The Gruffalo". For those who don't know that story: the mouse walks through the woods and is invited for a meal by an owl, a fox and a snake - the mouse would be the food, of course. But he declines, saying he has lunch plans with the Gruffalo, a big bad monster he made up. But then he actually runs into the Gruffalo. Mouse is very scared as he realises the Gruffalo really exists so the mouse tells the Gruffalo that he is feared in all of the woods and he will prove it to the Gruffalo. He walks back the way he came and when the snake, the fox and the owl respectively see the Gruffalo they run away in fear. The Gruffalo thinks that they run away from the mouse instead of the Gruffalo and is very impressed with how scary the mouse is. When the mouse tells the Gruffalo that he feels like eating Gruffalo, the Gruffalo runs away. It's a beautiful book that has been made into a really nice movie as well. I'm not the best at story re-telling but I hope you got the essence of the story. If you need to get a hold of me, my email address is cinnamonie@web.de (This time I managed to disable auto-correct) ~ Andrea

Stacy Hancock said...

That is a tough choice! I guess 'The Giving Tree'. I can't adequately put into words why. I hope I can be such an example to my children.

hancoci_s at msn dot com

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh... "Will work for arm" is the most adorable!

Jjehunter@hotmail.pm!
Thx
Jenn

Anonymous said...

Yarn! Silly auto correct

Joanna Coombs said...

As I loved it as a child, I've recently read 'The Wind in the Willows' to my daughter. I love all the characters and can relate them to famiky members! I remember having it read to me... my favourite bit us when Mole returns hme at Christmas and the young mice turn up carol singing.

LaDix said...

When I was younger I used to always pull this book of Fairy Tales by Dulac and for some crazy reason I was obsessed with Bluebeard. I know, I know. But fairy tales are big in my house with my daughter and I.