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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Bloggy carnival giveaway fun

I am participating in the bloggy carnival giveaway and the prize that I'm offering is one of my card games Living Landscapes.
You can find the item in my etsy shop following this link:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=11224436

To enter you need to leave a comment to this article telling me why you would like to win this prize. Anyone worldwide can join in and the shipping for this item will be free for the winner.
The winner will be drawn on Saturday April 26th around 5pm australian eastern time.
To see what you can win on other blogs, go to:
http://www.donttrythisathome.typepad.com/bloggy_giveaways/


38 comments:

Roxy Jewelry said...

I should win because I am the first to comment? Anyway, I just wanted to say,it's a very cute looking card game.

Bunny B said...

Cute game, although I'm not so sure how to play it. But I love learning new games to play :) Thanks for the chance to win

Carol Van Rooy said...

I love card games, and this would add greatly to the collection.

It would be an added bonus for when we go camping.

daldak01@yahoo.ca

michelle said...

I would love to win, because we like to do a family game night at our home, and it is always nice to have a new game to choose from, especially one that is beautifully designed and educational as well. I would love to be entered in your giveaway.

Michelle
www.northofthe49.com
michelle (at) northofthe49 (dot) com

Sweetpeas said...

Oh I NEEEED this game!! My kids love cooperative games (& I love having them play cooperative games!) and in 3 weeks we're moving to a house in the country! What better time to get a game to teach us about permaculture!!!

jskell911 said...

Those are great! We could use these for a family night

Gigi Lynn said...

Those are BEAUTIFUL cards! Wow! My eight children and I would love to play with them -- and I homeschool, so I'm sure that I can put them to some good educational use, too! Thank you!

emily said...

My husband and I love playing card games and these are really neat looking cards! Thanks for offering it!

princesslimey(at)gmail(dot)com

Debbie#3 said...

Hope this isn't a duplicate post - but I'd like to win because the cards are beautiful, and I'd love to have a game like for my daughter to learn from.

ikkinlala said...

I would love a chance to win because I'd like to learn more about permaculture and be able to share what I know with kids (I don't have any of my own yet, but I babysit) in a fun way. Also, the cards are beautiful.

Amie said...

My husband is a want to be botonist and on our last camping trip pointed out to our two year old daughter every species of plant...she did better at being interested then I did :-)...this looks like a fun game to play when the weather is too miserable to name plants and their parts outside :-)

breastblankets (at) gmail (dot) com

Lesha said...

This looks very interesting. :)

Bonita said...

I'm a homeschooling mom and this sounds like a fun educational game for the whole family.

James and Andrea said...

I love educational games! When I was a kid, I played "Authors" until I could recognize all of 13 famous authors and four books that each had written! This looks like something that my family and I would all learn from! Thank you!

nor_lou said...

I have two little girls that are learning about nature and how it works. we started a garden and this would be a great way to explore their understanding even more, and have fun

The Heller Family said...

We are a family that loves to play games. Games that might actually teach us something WHILE having fun are the best!
hellerfam(at)yahoo(dot)com

Audra Marie said...

The set is beautiful! I would love to win because we're a homeschooling family of eight and love to play card games. We also are learning how to garden and everyone gets to have their own plants to tend to. This looks like it would teach them and us a lot about gardening and stuff. Very cool idea. My kids also love to look at Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady and this reminds me of that. :)

This would also be our first cooperative game although I've heard they are wonderful for building teamwork and stuff. :)

Thanks for the chance to win it.

adashofsassitude(at)gmail.com

Audrey said...

I'm a game player. I love hearts, backgammon, spades, cribbage and more. I'd love a new game in our collection.

WorldsGreatestMommy said...

This is a beautiful game that looks like it could give some really great lessons. My kids are the right ages for the game, so that makes me interested. And my daughter loves anything "green".

Ambre said...

those cards are so pretty! i felt calmer just looking at them! thank you for that even if i don't win! :)

windycindy said...

Hi, I think I should win because I have been a member of our town's garden club for over ten years. We are not he kind of club that arranges flowers, we dig in the dirt to beautify our yards, town historical museums and parks. Ideal game for gardeners. Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks,Cindi
jchoppesa[at]hotmail[dot]com

The Chatty Housewife- said...

I would love to win those because they are beautiful. I should win them because they would make me feel pretty. :) Thank you for the great giveaway, I'd love to win! nw_wife(at)hotmail(dot)com

katklaw777 said...

any new game looks like fun to me and my kids. game night! thnx for sweet giveaway

Tia said...

Why should I win? Hmmm. I would use this not only as a game but also with my girl as a vocabulary builder and discussion starter, something very good for her speech therapy programme

Tia

lyn21 said...

I would like to win these because they are so different.

Molly said...

those are beautiful and I should win because maybe with these cards my son will stop beating me at crazy 8's all the time

mdvanzant at gmail

Kara said...

I'd love to win. I need a new deck of cards, all mine have at least a few missing (thanks to the kids) and these ones are so pretty!

Janette said...

What a wonderful card game! We just moved onto our little homestead in January. Your card game is the perfect learning tool without it being "school". The pictures are lovely.

Ginny said...

I would love to win because it is so pretty looking.

Richelle said...

Looks interesting. We like card games!

jessleigh said...

This game sounds truly AMAZING! I would take it to the school that I teach in and share it with my class!

Jinxy & Me said...

I like these because they look both pretty and fun. Looks great! Thanks for the giveaway!

Naomi said...

This looks absolutely fascinating, especially since it's time to start the garden. Lovely illustrations, too.

Meg said...

These are beautiful!! These would be helpful....I'm homeschooling my kids thru preschool, and these could also serve as flash cards (which we love)! Thanks!
meg.wilson@gmail.com

gpc said...

What a lovely way to help kids (and adults) see the beauty in nature so that everyone can start to protect our wonderful world. Thanks for doing this!

gail
gpc49@yahoo.com

ihchicky said...

I'd love to win because I love card games. I don't know if I am too late to enter. Not so good with figuring out my time in reltion to other time zones.

Reeva said...

Great giveaway! I hope i'm the lucky winner! :) these are so beautiful.

I would love to win because I'd use these when we have game nights , but they are so pretty i might use some in my crafting.. ..very nice

lizet said...

The free card game goes to Audra Marie. Congratulations!
Amd because I design co-operative games and choose for win win solutions, I have decided to offer something to everyone who participated.
I was so happy with all the lovely comments. The offer is only valid to the people who commented here and you need to send me an email to
lizet_frijters(at)yahoo dot com dot au

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