This month we were lucky enough to be sent some lovely products from stonegift.com. The first is an amazing giant colouring poster from OMY Design and Play. These could be hung on the wall or used as tablecloths and will keep the little people entertained for hours at a time.
We were sent the Cosmos design which is covered in really cute robots, spaceships, planets and aliens. I have to be honest and state that I haven’t let the kids loose on it yet as it is just so cute and their colouring skills are not quite ready for this yet so I am saving it. It is just too pretty.
For the intrepid travellers there are also posters of London, Paris and New York and they retail at £9.90.
Secondly we were also sent a selection of mt washi tape to review. It had been a while since the boy and I had done anything crafty so we were delighted to have a play around with this.
W’s favourite was definitely the really cute alphabet tape whilst I am just a little bit in love with the pink elephants.
We set to work and managed to jazz up a few old gift tags and jam jars. I had not really played around with mt washi tape before and was delighted to find that it is easy to rip, so no need for any scissor injuries, and also very easy to un-peel and re-apply without leaving any sticky residue. Here are our creations. W is now using the jar, with a little LED tea-light inside, as a night light in his bedroom.
MT washi tape is also available at stonegift.com and prices start at £2.50 per roll.
If you feel like getting a bit crafty yourself I am delighted to be giving away a bundle of five rolls of mt washi tape to one lucky Mum of One reader. I even have some more great craft ideas for you from some wonderful bloggers shown below. To enter the giveaway simply let me know which mt washi tape creation you think you would most like to make in the comments below AND enter via the rafflecopter. Bonus entries can be gained in the usual ways via the rafflecopter also.
So would you like to make our gift tags or night-light jar?
Or how about…
Sprucing up some picnic cutlery with Mummy Alarm?
Making a pretty desk-tidy from a mini bucket with Jennifer’s Little World?
Or even from an old tin can like Red Ted Art?
Do let me know below and don’t forget to enter via the rafflecopter. Also stay tuned over the next few days as we have some more great prize draws coming up. Tomorrow we will be giving away the new Hootle car seat from Cosatto!
This prize draw has been linked up to Competition Hunter, Prizefinder UK and Di Coke’s Super Lucky Blog.
Keri Jones says
I love washi tape! I would use it in my scrapbooking and card making 🙂 xx
Thank you for including my washi tape bucket! I would use the washi tape to decorate more things, I have an old wooden box that needs brightening up.
Danielle Rankine says
I think I would spruce up my kitchen utensils and perhaps my daughters sippy cup!
Aly Hodge (@bugbirdbee) says
I NEED this! My girls keep nicking mine 🙁
Elizabeth (Liz) Briggs says
I love scrapbooking and am currently trying to scrapbook my childrens early years and our wedding so these would be wonderful. Also I love the idea of sprucing up my craft room with them. Thank you for the giveaway x
Hannah Ellis says
Would definitely have to be card making and I love the idea of jazzing up things in my home with it too
I’ve seen a cute idea on Pinterest where someone used it to upcycle an old book shelf and I’d love to try that.
I do a lo of snail mailing so love washi tape for that, and I also like those tags there, too 🙂
maggy, red ted art says
Oooh you can NEVER have too much washi tape!! Love love love. Have entered (and thanks for sharing our project too!)
kim plant says
xmas cards x
Natalie White says
I’d love to make a scrapbook with my godaughter 🙂
sharon oliver says
im liking the up cycled tins, think I would try these out x
John Taggart says
Jazzing up my grandsons school books
some cards maybe
Paula Barker says
I would use it in my card making
elaine dale says
would help the grandchildren to make cards with it
birthday cards 😀
Natalie Grace says
I’d decorate some home-made cards 🙂
I am going to remodel the lamp in the lounge
Ashleigh Allan says
I would love to try doing the night light – looks great!
Tean Porteus says
kim neville (@kimneville2) says
My daughter would like to spruce her school books up
Rachel Craig says
Scrapbook, and brighten up some household items.
laura stewart says
card making i think we always make christmas and birthday cards xx
I’ve seen it used on fridges etc to make ‘picture frames’ for kids artwork, or to highlight important notices. I would give that a go!
I love washi tape, I’d use it spruce up envelopes & packages!
card making x
Rachelle Anderson says
I’d use them for some cards
Natasha Mairs (Serenity You) says
I have never used washi tape before but would love to make a cute pencil holder from and tin can
Claire H says
Lucy Bishop says
card making, present wrapping, making things look generally pretty….!
melanie stirling says
I would like to make gift cards and tags.
Sandra Lane says
My daughter would pinch them to decorate her scrapbooks.
Rachael Jess says
Probably on Malma Mirrors
Karen Usher says
Such a great idea, I would use this to do arts and crafts with my children, they love sticking, pasting, cutting… you name it!
Heather Haigh says
I would use it for decorating gift boxes.
Caroline H says
I’d always wanted to give picture frames a go but I love how great the gift tags look.
Chelsea W says
I would love to use it in my art journal
Belinda Matthews (@super_luckyb) says
Samantha R says
the desk tidy idea is great
Michelle Smith says
Card making and gift bags
vicki hennie says
I make great photo albums and memory books with my children so I would use it for that
Tracy Hanley says
I would use it to decorate my granddaughter scrapbook
I like the desk tidy idea.
I write lots of letters to various friends, so I’d use the washi tape for decorating those letters and envelopes.
pauline hill says
I’d decorate some home-made cards
Michelle Banks says
i love card making x
Tracy Hanson says
Will be brilliant for personalising Christmas cards (want to get started soon). 🙂
aideen patel says
upcycle jam & honey jars
Alex Telford says
I love scrapbooking, but in reality it would probably end up being used to attach a leg to a junk model monster or something as my son is always stealing this from my stash to help with his creations (not complaining though – I love it! <3)
julie laing says
for giftbags and tags
Jessica Wyatt says
I would use it to decorate all kinds of things….my son would too!
Tammy Tudor says
card making especially for Christmas 🙂
Holly S says
Mail art to send to my penpals 🙂
I’m working on a matchstick/card craft caravan. I’d use the mountain tape to give it an outdoors jazzing up.
Susan Sargent says
My grandson would love this, love’s decorating cards
Alison Johnson says
I’d make individual gift tags & decorate cards which I make.
lynn heath says
The kids are always coming home from school with crafty projects, this term it would probably become part of a viking ship or a football field!
Ooh, what a lovely prize! These would be great for making birthday cards.
Rebecca Townsend says
I have seen somebody on pinterest had covered their bike with it, I think I would use some on storage jars and some on my sons rocking horse handles & trike
Gabrielle Powell says
I’d use it for card making
nat eveleigh says
cardmaking for Christmas 🙂
chevonne williams says
I want to make some scrapbooks over the winter months to remind me of Summer!
Jane Brown says
Cardmaking and making over boring brown furniture
Tarbs Gill says
Make some beautiful gift boxes
Susie Wilkinson says
I’d do the same as I always do with these sorts of things, go berserk around the flat brightening it up!
Robyn Logan Clarke says
I would love to use it to decorate presents
Coombe Mill says
I’ve not really used it before but it would be great for our craft hour with the children here on the farm.
Hannah Ingham says
I’d use it for decorating my cards! 🙂
Karen Bell says
We’d love to make some desk tidies, they look very pretty
Karen Knox says
I’d use it on gift wrap to make it look more special
becca staples says
I would use it on some cups we are going to make x
A bit different but I’ve been meaning to get some washi tape to decorate my daughter’s hearing aids. Pimping them is what all the cool kids do these days!
carlie bryan says
pencil pots, as i am fed up with picking pens up
Gina M says
I’d love to use it to spruce up some of my daughters’ toy storage!
JAN SHARMAN says
elaine stokes says
I love to make cards, so this would be perfect for that
leanne williams says
Would definitely have to be card making
Kirsty Partridge says
I’d use it on gift tags and cards
jo liddement says
I would decorate plant pots with mine
Sue McCarthy says
Card making or scrapbooking.
Kim Styles says
I love the jazzy food cans – what a fantastic way to recycle and make presents!! I love to recycle as much as I can and this is a fabulous idea- thats is so exciting
Claire D says
Cardmaking for Xmas
Blake Ahearne says
I would decorate the kids scrap books
jessica newman says
They would be great for christmas crafts
Nicola Holland says
Card making 🙂
donna jones says
i would use it on giftwrapping
Angela Paull says
Card making 🙂
Gemma Nisbet says
I love doing crafty stuff with my son so this would be fab for decorating our makes
jen moody says
Chris Fletcher says
We’d use it for cardmaking probably!
Maria Jane Knight says
I would decorate my sons Christmas gift tags 🙂
RACHAEL JONES says
probably to make birthday cards with my boy , hes loves crafts !
Michelle speight says
My daughter would use it in her craft stuff she’s 12 n loves making things
to brighten up the waste paper bin and prob more.
perfect for christmas cards
Kelly Dove says
i would use this to keep my photos held in my scrap books. and carry on decorating the full house with it!
LEE HARDY says
My daughter loved making cards.
Sarah Rees says
We would use it to make cards
Pam Francis Gregory says
Would love some to make some homemade xmas gifts!
I would decorate containers to house my make up brushes!
Kirsty Woods says
I would use it for making gift tags and cards
make cards with
Julie Ward says
This is a gift for grandaughter, I’m totally useless at any craft
jackie rushton says
vikki d says
Decorate jars or pots
claire little says
Laura Caraher (@MorganSpiked) says
I would decorate photo albums as gifts 🙂
Jayne K says
I’d try it out on a cardmaking project
Jen Boucher says
In cardmaking 🙂
Amy Beckett says
Cover the kids school planners
Liz Weston (@TheLizWeston) says
I’d use it for presents – for adding the card to the present for parties so they don’t get separated!
Sarah Parker says
card making 🙂
Annamarie Riddiford says
my daughter would love to spruce up her scrapbooks