Friday, September 1, 2017

Color Me Lucky Craft Book Package Giveaway

I received copies of the below-mentioned titles in exchange for this post. All views and opinions are my own. Sponsor is responsible for prize fulfillment. 
Welcome to the Color Me Lucky giveaway event! I've teamed up with Mama The Fox along with some other great bloggers to invite you to hop along this fun event for chances to win fabulous prizes for your family. Today, I'm thrilled to share three hands-on titles that will excite your child or your own creative heart! Our son loves to create and imagine new products that would help our family, so Duct Tape Engineer really got his mental wheels turning. The desire to design and build is strong with this one! Who doesn't love Star Wars? Check out the Star Wars Build-A-Scene book perfect for the die-hard fan in your family or if you've got an animal lover then Stick Animal Safari Artventure will get them drawing! Enter for your chance to win all three of these titles below, and be sure to come back daily for bonus entries.  
From a working cannon to a bridge, this powerful everyday adhesive is perfect for creating incredible things! In Duct Tape Engineer, master tinkerer Lance Akiyama shows readers how to design and build fourteen mega projects ranging from backpacks to queen-size beds from nothing but duct tape. Every project is specially designed by Akiyama to be a blast to build, and last a good long time. Packed with full-color illustrations and easy to follow instructions, Duct Tape Engineer is perfect for crafters of any age!
Stick figures are hotter than ever. The biggest web comics are produced in stick figure format, and they are hugely popular in social media. But the best part about stick figures is that anyone can draw them! Billy Attinger showed how to draw stylized stick figures in his popular Stick Sketch School, and now he's back showing the world his stick figure animals. Take an "artventure" around the world: learn to draw stick animals in the jungle, the Arctic, the rainforest, the Outback, underwater, and more! You'll even learn how to draw extinct animals and fantasy animals in stick form. Each spread features a grid to show the reader how to draw the lines, how to add movement, expression, and more. Ideal for the visual learner and accompanied by tips and tricks from stick artist Billy Attinger, the book shows how to make your stick animals personal, recognizable, and unique!
Star Wars: Build a Scene includes everything you need to make iconic papercraft scenes from the Star Wars universe. The kit provides ten sheets of punch-out pieces and step-by-step instructions for creating three detailed 5" x 8" x 4" paper dioramas, including one with LED lights.
Re-create the drama of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader’s duel on Mustafar from Revenge of the Sith; the nail-biting trench battle on the Death Star from A New Hope; and the Kylo Ren and Rey lightsaber fight in the snowy forest of the Starkiller Base from The Force Awakens. The accompanying book includes illustrated assembly instructions for the models, along with three essays on each classic scene and how they were designed and filmed.
Each model takes roughly 2–4 hours to build.
Enter the Giveaway!
One lucky entrant selected by the entry form will receive the Color Me Lucky book prize package! (ARV $63) Open to entrants in the US, 18 years and older. Open for entry from 9/1-9/15/17 at 11:59pm EST. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to the notification email to claim their prize or a new winner will be selected. The Mommy Island is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

Color Me Lucky Book Package






MamatheFox, The Mommy Island and all participating blogs are not held responsible for sponsors who fail to fulfill their prize obligations.

36 comments:

  1. They will all be hits in my house, but the Star Wars one will be my daughters favorite!

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  2. my grandsons would like the star wars book the best

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  3. My son would totally like the Star Wars book. I personally would like the Duct Tape one.

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  4. I would love the Duck Tape Engineer. My daughter likes making things with duct tape.

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  5. My favorite book would be the Stick Animals drawing book

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  6. My granddaughters would like Stick Animal Drawings

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  7. I like the stick animals drawing book the best.

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  8. Duct Tape Engineer, but they all sound wonderful!
    @tisonlyme143

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  9. They are all books my kids will love. I think my favorite would be the duct tape engineer.

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  10. Duct Tape Engineer,with that stuff you can do anything!

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  11. I know my girls would like all three books. But I think my oldest would like Duct Tape Engineer the most. It'd be cool to make projects with her.

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  12. I like the Stick Animals book!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  13. This is an awesome giveaway!! Fingers crossed.

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  14. I think my kids would like the Star Wars book best.

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  15. She's showing so much interest in drawing I think Stick Animals drawing book would be great for her.

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  16. Stick animals. I need to up my doodle game in my meeting notes :)

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  17. I would like the stick animal drawing book.

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  18. I think our favorite would be Duct Tape Engineer.

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  19. My son would like Star Wars, Duct Tape Engineer.

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  20. My grandson would go for the Star Wars book!!

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  21. I would like the duct tape engineer as I think it's so interesting what they do with duct tape nowadays.
    Dana
    Flyergal82 at (yahoo /dot -com!

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  22. the duck tape book looks the most fun to me.

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  23. I really like the Art Animal Sticker book. I think my granddaughter would love them all though.

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  24. I like the Star Wars, Duct Tape Engineer book

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  25. I like the Duct Tape Engineer book the best.

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  26. I like the Duct Tape Engineer book

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  27. I would like the stick animals drawing book.

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  28. I think the stick figures book would be fun. A lot of artists start out with stick figures.

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  29. My favorite would have to be Star Wars. My daughters would really like the other two though especially the Duct Tape.

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  30. I like the Stick Animals drawing book

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  31. My grandson would love to have the Star Wars book!

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