This giveaway has ended. Congrats to the random winner, Janelle, comment #155!! Janelle, please write me at webeditor[at] mothering.com to claim your prize.
Even if you didn’t win you can still get 15% off at Walking Stick Toys right now by using coupon code “MOTHER11″ when you shop!
Janelle says: I like Mothering and Walking Stick in real life and on Facebook! Please enter us in the contest. We were just saying that we need to get our son a dollhouse. He loves playing “guys.”
Enter to win a Plan Toys Chalet Dollhouse and five sets of furniture from Walking Stick Toys!!
About the Prize:
Plan Toys Chalet Dollhouse with Furniture: This dollhouse is made up of 2 units which can be arranged and rearranged in various ways to create a larger play area. The dollhouse has huge skylight in the roof and 2 movable staircases. This set comes with 5 sets of furniture, including Living Room, Bathroom, Kitchen, Children’s Bedroom and Master Bedroom.
About Walking Stick Toys:
Walking Stick Toys is a Mama-owned family toy store in the Rocky Mountains. We provide specialty toys that are environmentally friendly, as well as healthy for your child’s stimulation. Our toys are made from cotton, wool, silk, and wood. There are many advantages to using natural resources to make toys, the most important being natural toys are healthy toys for your children and our earth.
For a second entry follow @WalkingStickToy and @MotheringMag on Twitter and then tweet about this giveaway using the message below–or a custom message linking back to this post. Then leave a second comment!
Suggested Tweet: “I just entered to #win a Plan Toys Dollhouse & Furniture from @WalkingStickToy and @MotheringMag. Check it out! http://bit.ly/eelNsH”
US Residents only, except where prohibited. Two entries per person limit. One winner will be drawn randomly on Fri, April 29th at 7PM ET.
Melanie Mayo-Laakso is the Content Manager for Mothering.com. Mothering is the birthplace of natural family living and attachment parenting. We celebrate the experience of parenthood as worthy of one’s best efforts and are at once fierce advocates for children and gentle supporters of parents.