Thursday, April 24, 2008

How about a Giveaway?


You know those felt pizzas I've been blathering on and on and on about? Well, I'm giving one away. This is one that I've dubbed "super thin crust supreme pizza". I tried a new method of sewing the layers of wool felt together and it resulted in crusts that don't have the same volume that my original felt pizza crust had.

The details:

One supreme thin crust felt pizza. You will receive a pizza crust, a sauce, a cheese, four pieces of pepperoni, four pieces of green bell pepper, three pieces of sausage toppings, and an authentic, never used and non-branded pizza box.

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To enter, just leave a comment and tell me what your child's (or yours!) favorite toy is. I won't even make you post a link from your blog, although that would be neat. If you win it and you like it, a mention would be nice but not necessary.

Winner will be randomly picked Monday, April 28th.

P.S. I also have one felt pizza that I would love to send someone in exchange for a full blown blog post with photos and the whole bit. I could go on and on about my kids and their cousins' playing with the pizzas but I would LOVE to hear it from someone else. If you are interested, email me at


Anonymous said...

Shannon those pizzas are definitely the cutest!! I already have been telling people about it, and a few of my friends want them!!!

Jen Grabill

Evan and Drew said...

Evan's current favorite toy is actually food related and it is "Healthy Dinner" set. Spaghetti and meatballs, chicken breast, peas, beans, bread.

Anonymous said...

Maddie's favorite toy changes on a daily basis. Mostly, though, she likes things that aren't really toys. An empty baby wipes box, a hairbrush or plastic mixing bowls. She's just now learning the art of make believe.

Meg said...

I really don't know how I missed that you were making these, but they are awesome! Both of my kids' favorite toys are vehicles -- cars and trucks and busses and. . . you get the idea. But John Patrick's second fave is the grocery cart and food!

Mommy Daisy said...

Zachariah's favorite toy(s) are a farm set of John Deere tractors and animals the have tons of interchangeable pieces (like the Fisher Price Little People type sets). He plays with this daily! He also has a wooden pizza set and sandwich making set that he loves, so I know he'd love this felt pizza set.

I would gladly post about it on my blog. I'd also be happy to feature photos and a whole post about it. I told you from the first time you mentioned these that I love the idea. I know my son would love it, and I think other people will buy them up!

Katy said...

We're not actually at a stage where we could play with pretend food, but I think these are fabulous. Currently Charlie's favorite toy is his Fisher Price piano. He is a bit limited as to what he can play with.

Do you have a recommended age for the pizzas?

Katy said...

Ok, I checked--ages three and up. If Charlie gets invited to any b-day parties in that range than you are first on my list! I'm starting to get a little hippie and I like that these toys are handmade and not plastic.

And I forgot--thanks for the tip on the shoes that fit over DAFOs. I hadn't even thought about that yet. I'm still shocked that they've got the kid in a stander at ten months, but I guess that's the way it goes.

Kristen said...

Our favorite toys around here are small and wheeled. Anything small and wheeled, from a wheelchair that goes with a toy ambulance to cars, trucks, trains, planes....if it rolls, we love it.

Nick and Anne Priest said...

I love those pizzas. The favorite toy around here is any type of car but coming in a close second would be Asa's Like a Bike since we have been spending alot of time outside.

Kaycee said...

My babies are really into cellphones right now! I bought them some play ones so they would stop stealing mine!

stacey said...

My son loves Vaccum cleaners and brooms. I kinda enjoy it because he really helps me clean house.