Winner is: One Scrappy Gal — email me please Aileen, to claim your prize.
To say I’m dragging my blogging butt these days, is a wee bit of an understatement. Ack! Way back in July my girls were lucky enough to receive a Harumika, to try out.
As soon as she saw the dress form Lizzy was in LOVE. We watch Project Runway together and I know she has fashion designing dreams. Like all the products that come in for review, I like to get photos before they’re devoured by the troops. It means the kids don’t get to rip open the toy the moment it arrives. The agony of all those, “please mommy, please can you take the pictures now” — I didn’t stand a chance.
Georgia was in there like a dirty shirt (like always).
How Does it Work? (the doll) Choose a swatch of exclusive Harumika fabric and wrap it around the dress form.
Secure it using the Style Lock Systemâ„¢ and stylus tool.
Style it your way with accessories!
Did I mention the
dirty shirt little sister waiting in the wings for her turn? Notice I didn’t say waiting ‘patiently’ in the wings. She was busy loving up the red tartan fabric which she claimed for herself.
Seriously, Georgie, give us the red tartan! She wasn’t having any of it.
Lizzy had to hand over the dress form and with some help Georgia came up with a pretty stylin’ outfit of her own. After a few days of play, Georgia was (and is) able to style her dress form all on her own.
Just in case, you’re wondering … yep, she enjoyed this!
From a mom’s point of view –> With no cutting, gluing or sewing required itâ€™s a great activity on the go or at home. I love that it is quiet and creative!
As an added bonus: They can share their styles with pride online at www.harumika.com.
Harumika.com is a safe place to upload photos of their favorite designs, display designs in their own virtual ‘fashion boutique’ and show off hottest looks in online fashion runway shows.
The folks at Harumika have generously offered a Harumika set for me to giveaway to one of you. To be eligible to win, you need to leave a comment on this post. Iâ€™ll pick a winner sometime on Friday, August 18th, 2009.
**Note: This is not a paid advertisement. The only compensation received was the Harumika set, my opinions are my own. **