The Minecraft action figures as they were left on my fireplace!The boys were sent Diamond Steve Action Figure (£7.99) and Minecraft Core Animal Mob (£19.99) to test and THEY LOVE THEM and you know what, so do I. It encourages small world play, they can build minecraft worlds with their lego bricks and play with the action figures, which is great. At £7.99 and £19.99 it bring them in to pocket money saving range and also the perfect price for birthday gifts. Diamond Steve is 7cm tall and fully articulated. He comes with diamond armour and a sword. Now for the minecraft speak Diamond armour is the most durable with an 8.33 defence point per diamond and can be repaired. Now for the animals, I love the animals. Again they are fully articulated and you get a Cow, Chicken, Pig, Sheep, Tamed Wolf, Ocelot. For ages 6 years and over.
I am happy to be participating in HOP FOR HOPE, which is a blog hop dedicated to Savannah Hope who is the new daughter of Heather from Crayon Box Chronicles. Savannah Hope was diagnosed in utero with life-threatening birth defect of the diaphragm, congenital diaphragmatic hernia. You can read more of Savannah Hope’s journey here.
You can also connect with Heather & Savannah Hope here:
I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser.I have two football mad little boys and also a football mad husband, so with the spirit of a family night in, I decided that I better join in the fun and get involved with the FIFA World Cup family fun. We have a family game night once a week and decided to use the #BigMatchPlanner as an opportunity do lots of FIFA World Cup Crafts and Activities with the boys. Firstly we went shopping for Coca-Cola to make our obligatory Coke Floats (they are a family night staple). We went to Tesco to purchase Coca-Cola’s 1.5L 4 pack promotional product as part of our #CollectiveBias shop. They are great value at £4 for four 1.5 litre bottles. Mini was very excited as we don;t regularly shop at Tesco!
"A visit to Thorpe Park" was Maxi's first reaction. "Is that not what you want, not what Daddy would want?" I asked. "Well, if we are happy, then he is happy" Oh yes he is a wise child!After some more thinking and me reminding them that this was Daddy's dreams not theirs, this is what they came up with (do have a watch it is only 30 seconds long):
@Braun Our Dad is amazing, a great role model & his dream would be an allotment to grow more veg together #FathersDayDreams — Jen Walshaw (@Mum_TheMadHouse) June 8, 2014Prizes will be awarded to the entrants who, in the opinion of the judges complete the competition as a whole, in the most apt, unique and original way. There will be 4 winners each receiving a prize tailored to the Father’s Day Dream submitted. The prize will be for the father and entrant and total prize will be up to a maximum value of £3,000. Only one prize per household. Full terms and conditions for competition entry can be found here.