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Welcome to Day 2 of the MotherGeek Advent Giveaway!
Today’s prizes are a Galt Marble Run and an ELC Cupcake Chloe Ballerina Doll.
Galt Marble Run
The Galt Marble Run
is suitable for children aged 4 and over. It comes complete with 24
brightly coloured “run” pieces, in 4 different styles. You can use these
to create many different track layouts. You also get 6 marbles to put
your track through it’s paces.
This is definitely one of those
toys which will keep the kids (and grandparents) quiet for ages over the
festive period, if my family are anything to go by!
The Galt Marble Run retails at £10.99, and Galt are offering free delivery throughout December, too.
Cupcake Chloe Ballerina Doll
The Early Learning Centre Cup Cake Chloe Ballerina Doll is suitable for children aged 2 and over. She is soft bodied, and great for imaginative play.
Chloe has gorgeous long, blonde hair, which is perfect for little hands
to style. (Keep those safety scissors out of reach though – you don’t
want any bad hair days)!
Chloe has a hard head and arms, but she is soft bodied and soft legged. She comes wearing a tutu.
Cake Chloe retails at £15, but ELC have 25% off ALL toys at the moment,
so you can get her for just £11.25, with FREE delivery by entering the
discount code SANTA25 at the checkout!
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Don’t forget to check back every day until Christmas! I am giving away a different prize each day, and the more days you enter, the greater your chance of scooping the JACKPOT PRIZE on Christmas Eve! There’s still LOTS of amazing prizes up for grabs, including a Yummy Mummy bag, Mothercare ORB pram, and MUCH MORE!
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