Monday, 24 January 2011

Play Mais review and giveaway

Ladies and gentlemen, may I present: Play Mais, the perfect craft toy for rainy afternoons.
Play Mais is eco-friendly, green and a completely natural modelling material for creative little hands. You can play with it, build with it, create with it and yes, you can even eat it if you get really hungry during your creative crafts session. Play Mais is an award winning craft toy from Germany that is now taking the UK market by storm. But why is it so popular?

Play Mais is using 100% natural ingredients such as sweetcorn and plant dyes that are moulded into colourful building material that sticks to each other using just a dab of water. That means, no mess, no ruined carpets and lots of creative fun.

Play Mais is available from Top Banana Toys Ltd. and comes in various sizes and themes, e.g. Animal Farm, African Jungle, Deco Safari, Princess or Sea World. Boxes cost between £4.99 and £19.99.


I have two boxes in size L to give away to two lucky readers.

How to enter the competition:

  1. Follow my blog using Google Friend Connect (required)
  2. Leave a comment telling me what you would create with a box of Play Mais (required)

For 1 extra entry:

● mention this giveaway on Twitter including @caro_mad and the link to this competition (you can use the button below to share this post)

Please, do not forget to let me know how many entries you get using seperate comments.

The closing date of the competition is 05/02/2011
The winners will be chosen at random.
The winners' name will be shown on this page.
Competition is open to residents of the UK only.
The prize is non-refundable and cannot be transferred. No cash alternative is available.

And the winners of a big Play Mais set each are
mumsarcade - @netcurtains
and
Paula Virgo - @PaulaHaylock

Congratulations - I will be in touch shortly!

47 comments:

  1. I think we would create a jungle with lots of animals. @susankmann

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  2. I *love* the fact it's completely eco-friendly. Looks fab!

    We would have to create a plane as my daughter is obsessed with aeroplanes and chances are we won't be going on one this year. I'm guessing we'd have to make a dog for a pilot too (another obsession!). I'm not sure dogs can pilot planes but it would keep my daughter happy :)

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  3. I am following
    I think we would create a picnic and hope that it is sunny soon so we can have a real one.

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  4. I have put this on Twitter as @netcurtains

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  5. A big bunch of flowers that we could keep in a vase !

    @cherylp59

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  6. We would probably create many animals in the jungle ;) @Kahanka

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  7. I've tweeted your comp @cherylp59 too

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  8. We would model a lovely big burger and fries, as its the closest mummy will get to eating the real thing for a while ;p

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  9. I would model cat, dog and rabbit. :)

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  10. I think we would make a house as Samuel is reading The Three Little Pigs at the moment.

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  11. It would definitely be a zoo with as many exotic animals as possible, the giraffes would pose a challenge!

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  12. We are in to monsters and dinosaurs. Friendly ones of coarse. My little one would love this,and so would I. We could create our own friendly Jurrasic Park HEEHEE

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  13. I follow your blog as Marzena

    I would create a lot funny animals

    @marzutek

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  14. I think we would create a garden. My DD loves gardening at present but its too chilly so a model garden would be cool.

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  15. we'd attempt to recreate our family

    @PaulaHaylock

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  16. wow this looks great, my daughter would love this. we would make a farm with lots of animals

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  17. i have tweeted too @ashlallan

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  18. We would create an allotment with lots of fruit and Veg in :-)

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  19. I have also tweeted (@MrsWebster147)

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  20. I would create a zoo scene with monkeys/tigers.

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  21. Re-tweeted & following on Twitter @Isis1981uk

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  22. My grandson is getting interested in helping to grow fruit and veg so we would build a model to plan the garden for summer.

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  23. Knowing my daughters they would build a circus with brightly coloured clowns making lots of mess

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  24. We would create some pretty cupcakes, we love them in our house, my daughters bedroom is cupcake mad!

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  25. The first thing my granddaughter and I would make would be a cat, they are her favourite things to draw, paint or look at pictures of.

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  26. We would try to build a tractor and a farmer to drive it (I have a tractor obsessed toddler!) Following Blog @goriami

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  27. I think it would have to be a princess and her castle!

    @katylittlelady

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  28. My son's mad about Octonaunts so maybe the Octopod.

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  29. We would probably create many animals in the farm
    tweeted @emmacella

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  30. following on gfc Jaz246t

    I would make pizzas

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  31. tweeted giveaway as @Jaz246t

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  32. I am following the blog on google friends.

    Me and my little princess would make fairy princesses, a little magical princess carriage + a unicorn!

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  33. I would make a big fat ginger cat. It would be far less annoying than my real one!

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  34. Well my grandson says we will make a herbivore dinisaur. following blog. lovely novel prize
    simontink@aol.com

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  35. Whatever my eldest (4yo) daughter wants, and I suppose the little one (14mths) will probably try to eat it!

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  36. my little boy is mad on the stars and planets at the moment so im sure we would make a whole galaxy of them.

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  37. scoobydoo my son loves him

    @bettyboop0112

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  38. I have tweeted the comp

    @bettyboop0112

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  39. Had the same concerns about eating Playmais.  Turns out it is 100% natural just for that reason.  p.s. not tell your little one that it is OK because, like mind, he'll take that as a challenge.

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