The Idea Room Giveaway

**This giveaway is now closed. Winner will be announced Dec. 16.**

The Idea Room is a site all moms should know about. Amy’s blog is loaded with creative crafts and activities to do with the kids. She does easy to follow tutorials and recipes. The Idea Room has a shop selling patterns to pear and apple shaped pin cushions, fabric key chains, glass tile pendants and car travel games for kids. I am keeping that in mind for when my girls get old enough to play travel games.

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Amy is giving away ONE glass tile pendant, the one pictured above. The chain is not included. This giveaway includes all my international readers. Amy is willing to ship out-of-country if you win.

To enter, do ANY of the following. For multiple entries, do more than one and make sure you leave a separate comment for each entry.

  1. Leave a comment below and tell me your favorite childhood game.
  2. Go to The Idea Room and tell me an idea you got from Amy’s blog. Leave it in a separate comment.
  3. Blog about this giveaway and leave a link to your post in a separate comment.
  4. ‘Share’ this giveaway by doing one of the ‘Share’ options below (Twitter, Facebook, Kirtsy, StumbleUpon, or Email).
  5. Subscribe to Simply Modern Mom by RSS, email or Twitter. All ready subscribing? Just tell me in a separate comment.

This giveaway will close Wednesday, Dec. 9 at 10 p.m. EST. The winner will be announced Wednesday, Dec. 16. To see a list of other giveaways going on now for the Winter Days Giveaways, click on the image below or see the list at the top right bar.

And don’t forget about your surprise. Each entry you do for any of these sponsored giveaways during The Winter Days Giveaways will automatically enter you to win a set of my fake mustaches on a stick! So the more entries you do, the better chance you have of winning the sponsor’s prize as well as a set of fake mustaches. Enter away and good luck!

**A second giveaway today from The Gift Box.**


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150 Responses to “The Idea Room Giveaway”

  • Angela Cheney

    My favorite childhood game. . . card games with my brothers! Especially if we played for money (usually a penny), because then I’d be sure to win!

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  • Steph

    I lived on a farm and my fav childhood game in the winter was carving out caves with my sister in the ginormous snow piles made from the snow plow.

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  • Liz J

    We loved to play kick the can and flashlight tag. Makes me miss the south so much!

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  • Liz J

    The Idea Room has so many great ideas. She is really clever I love her organization with her kids, laundry, chores, school work etc.

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  • Valerie M.

    What a beautiful pendant. I’d love to win it. 🙂
    One of my favorite games growing up was Marco Polo in the swimming pool.

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  • Devon

    My favorite childhood game is and always will be “green ghost” we were aloud to stay up playing it until the street lights came on at night which was usually 10pm. It is on of the best memories of playing with my brothers.

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  • Devon

    The best idea I have taken away from “Idea Room” was the felt potato head dolls. I made one up right away and my daughter LOVES it.

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  • Vicky

    I’ve gotten many ideas from the Idea Room so far, but the most recent thing I actually made was an embroidered dish towel.

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  • dana J

    Favorite game – Mousetrap! My grandfather LOVED this and I have many many wonderful memories of playing this game with him!

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  • dana J

    I Love the IDEA ROom! Already a reader (hence how I found you!!) 🙂 I love her recent post about HOT GLUE on gingerbread houses and using Graham crackers for little ones! Too cool!

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  • bethany

    guess who? or jello in the car while driving around. or boggle. or life. i loved games!

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  • Amy

    I made her chocolate chip cookie bowls with my girls this past summer, as well as the fabric key chain for myself. I love the Idea Room!!

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  • Cassie @ You Go Girl

    Love the pendant. It’s smashing. Childhood game? Hmmm…I’ve never been a huge game player, but I loved a putting together a good puzzle with my mom or sisters.

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  • Kristen

    My favorite childhood game was one called Pizza Party. I don’t even remember how to play it now, but I do remember I always wanted to be the pepperoni!

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