Thursday, December 1, 2011

Toydle ~ An AWESOME Gift Idea (and a Giveaway)!

Do your kids like to build forts? Mine do. They will build forts out of ANYTHING (including stuff they are not supposed to use). While this is a great creative activity, it is usually unsafe! Chairs on beds, blankets hanging on everything, you get the point. Well, let me introduce you to Toydle. {Make sure you read to the end for the GIVEAWAY details!}

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Toydle is an American Company (Boise, Idaho) that makes and sells quality forts (see photo).
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They have two forts: The Toydle Fort (shown above) for $149 and The BIG Toydle Fort for $229.99 (click here to order).

From the Toydle website:
All Toydle Forts are constructed with
  • Hand made wooden blocks 3” sq. made with high quality, laminated poplar.
  • High Quality PVC tubes 29” long & 1/2in wide.
All Toydle Forts include an industrial strength storage bag.
All Toydle Forts include clips to help secure your sheets and blankets.
Our Forts are the strongest, longest lasting, and highest quality forts you will find anywhere! And we’ll back that up with an Unlimited Warrantee! No one else even comes close to what we offer! 


Now on to the really good stuff! 

First, make sure you come back in January and read about my family's experience with our Toydle Fort (yep, we are blessed to be able to review it for you)! 

Second, click the link below to be taken to The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Crew Page to enter for your chance to WIN one of THREE BIG forts being given away!  Also, be sure to check out Toydle's Blog and Facebook page!

Click here to enter to win!
 {NOTE: This contest is open to residents of the US ONLY. TOS Staff and TOS Crew Members (and their families) are NOT eligible to enter this contest.} 

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2 comments:

  1. What a great idea! Our kids had one that was the foam noodles and plastic magnetic pieces to join them with colored nylon fabric to drape over the noodles. Great concept, poor materials. This looks so much better. Hopping over from NOBH today. Thanks for linking up! Smiles -

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  2. AdventuresinHomeEducatingDecember 1, 2011 at 1:52 PM

    Thanks for stopping by Amy! These are high quality materials for sure! :)

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