Friday, April 23, 2010

Artiwood Letters {review & giveaway} CLOSED

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED

Ok so we've been focusing on things for mom this week, but today we're going to take a look at something that is sure to put a smile on your child's face, their very own name spelled out in wooden letters from Artiwood. Artiwood carries five different themes of wooden letters so you are sure to find one that suits your child's interests, they are, animals, dinosaurs, dolphins, fairies, and koalas. I was first introduced to Artiwood through a review and giveaway done at Heck of  a Bunch, and I was so excited to have been chosen as the winner! I was even more thrilled when I received the set of koala wooden letters that spelled my younger sisters name. The illustrated letters are eye-catching and beautifully painted, big enough to be clearly read while still small enough to adhere to doors, play boxes, and walls.


Too cute, right !!! I was so excited about these wooden letters that I emailed Artiwoods and asked if I could review the letters on my blog and they not only said yes, but they sent me another set of wooden letters to show you all !!!


The bold colors and engaging illustrations make Artiwood Letters a great way to add a little somthing special to any child's room. I also love that Artiwood is an eco-friendly company, that uses child friendly paints and renewable timber! I highly recommened this Australia based company to anyone looking to spruce up their child's bedroom or playroom, these wooden letters are great for helping your little one learn to recognize and spell their very own name!

Buy It
These affordable letters can be purchased as a name or as an entire alphabet from their site here.

Win It
Artiwood has offered to give one lucky reader a name up to 8 wooden letters long in the theme of their choosing !!!

Open To: Worldwide
Closes: DEADLINE EXTENDED to May 7, 2010

Mandatory Entry
To enter for your chance to win please visit This Link, then come back here and leave a comment about which animals were used to illustrate their X and N letters. (Hint: The animal's names start with their corresponding letters)
You can copy and paste this into your comment

N is a -
X is a -
Email -

Have fun, and good luck !!!

Open To: Worldwide
Closes: DEADLINE EXTENDED to May 7, 2010

p.s Don't worry if you don't see your comment, I've changed my settings so that they are hidden in order to keep things fair.

I received no monetary compensation for this review, I was provided with a free product in order to facilitate my review. However, all opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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22 comments:

Sarah-Paige Copeland said...
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I'm a full-time mummy said...
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fisiwoman said...

Enter me please!
N is a - Winkle
X is a - Fish
Email - fisiwoman@hotmail.com

Ana Belén R.M
Spain!

AZ in August said...

N is a - Nautilus
X is a - X-Ray fish
Email - AZinAugust[at]gmail[dot]com

andrea v said...

X-fish
N-maybe a snail I can't tell what it is
Maybe I need a nap with the kids
vickers at comcast dot net

prophetess said...

N is a -snail
X is a -fish
Email =dawnsservices@yahoo.ca

phrannie said...

boy, i am not sure what the snail-like animal is...

X is for Xray of a fish?
N is for... Nerdy Snail? Nice Mollusk? i dunno! i tried!

phranne[at]yahoo.com
@FlamingBlingy

hollowsins said...

A fish and I think it is a snail
hollow_sins(at)yahoo.com

Mom vs. the boys said...

N- is a snail
X-is a fish
momvstheboys at gmail dot com

they are really cute, great giveaway!

Terra H. said...

Please don't enter me but thanks for mentioning my blog. Their wooden letters really are fantastic.

Sharon said...

N is a - Nerite Snail

X is a - X-Ray Tetra

E-mail - yepfinleywedding@gmail.com

Patricia said...

N is a Nautilus
X is a X Ray fish
Email cuacoramas@gmail.com

This one is a difficult yet fun one!

Thanks!

Patricia

zoe hunter said...

These are adorable! love them...

N is some kind of seasnail
X is a fish

cute :)

thanks for the contest

zoe
madforfashionataol.com

Donna said...

N looks like a Snail (yes, I know snail begins with a S but that's what it looks like to me)

X looks like a x-ray of a fish.

Donna
dwarrington1@gmail.com

Frugal Science Gal said...

It looks like a Fish (X) and a Snail (N) were used.

frugalsciencegal [at] gmail [dot] com

Ashley said...

N- Nautilus
X- X-ray Fish

AshMcBoyd02@yahoo.com

Kristen said...

N==Nautilus

X==Xray Fish

couponboss at gmail dot com

Stuff Parents Need said...

N is a - nautilus
X is a - x-ray fish
Email -stuffparentsneed (at) gmail (dot) com

Michele P. said...

N is a - Nautilus
X is a - X-ray tetra
Email is micaela6955 at msn dot com

Emmi said...

x-ray fish and nautilus. I didn't even know the last one existed!

mommyfreetime@gmail.com

BTW- these are really cute!

Kim said...

N is a -Nautilus (sea mollusk) (I think!)
X is a - x-ray fish
Email - klove1432@yahoo.com

Mami said...

I am a dork because I see X is the fish..Xray I assume but N I see a snail...dorkyville USA is where I live! LOL

I think they are precious!

Ana
floridafrugalfamily@yahoo.com

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