Smiling like Sunshine: PlayPlax Review and Giveaway

Thursday, 21 July 2011

PlayPlax Review and Giveaway

Look, what arrived last week:

Originally designed for toy company Trendon, by Patrick Rylands in 1966, Playplax was a best seller at the time and is in the permanent collection at the V&A Museum of Childhood. It hasn't been around for years but now Portobello Games have bought the toy, found the original factory that made it in Cheshire and PlayPlax is back in the play rooms!
In the box, you get 48 interlocking squares. They are in beautiful colours. If you are a regular reader, you know how much we love toys that foster imagination and creativity.
Here are a few things that  my daughter made:

building a tower

a carousel for our little people
and a bus for our animal friends

I am very happy to be able to giveaway this toy to two lucky readers, thanks to Portobello Games.

To enter the Giveaway just leave a comment on this post and your name will be included in a random draw.
If you want extra chances  you can:
  • Tweet about this giveaway

  • Mention this giveaway on your blog

  • Link to this giveaway from your Facebook page

For any of the extra entries to count you must leave a separate comment here on this post saying what extra chance you’ve gone for (eg tweeted about the giveaway etc).
  • The closing date for entries is Thursday  28th July at midnight and the winners will be announced some time during the day on Friday.
  • The Giveaway is open to UK residents. (it's  a heavy item,sorry rest of the world)
  • Please include your e-mail so that I can reach you.

Disclaimer: The toy was provided gratis by the supplier, this review however reflects our honest opinion and experience.