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With Their Eyes All Aglow


As I’ve mentioned before, writing a gift guide for kids is always a scary thing, because before the CGG ever existed, ‘hot toy’ lists were being released all over the place. So instead of trying to hone in on the top 10 hottest toys, I’m identifying 10 unique gift ideas for tiny tots, kids, and tweens alike. Enjoy!

RedHeartMonkeys

RedHeartMonkeys Sock Monkey Toys – $40 each
I featured RedHeartMonkeys on my blog earlier this year and a bunch of you agreed it was a super cute and customizable gift idea! Well the brand has whipped up something new for the holidays – two festively appareled sock monkey plush toys. Available in both a Santa and elf variety, this adorable classic toys have a few different ways to customize them. First, choose your sock colour and whether or not you want your sock monkey to have eyelashes or not. Second, choose what letter you want on the monkey’s heart so each little one in your household can truly claim their monkey as their own. It’s a totally classic gift idea that still feels refreshingly simple this holiday season!

LittlePassportsLittle Passports – From $11.95 / month
When I was little, my parents instilled in me a desire to see the world – but I’ll admit, Little Passports might do an even more incredible job than they did! This unique subscription service for children delivers fun activities and collectibles to your doorstep each month, guided along by different characters that take you to different locations around the globe. It’s available in three different models. For the littlest ones, there’s Early Explorers, which kicks off with the delivery of a whimsical suitcase packed with goodies. Once they’re older, they can graduate to the World Edition, geared toward 6-10 year olds with more advanced challenges and games. If you’re keen on having them know our neighbours to the south, there’s also a USA edition that covers two U.S. states per month. All in all it’s a gift that’ll keep on giving – not just as a month-to-month subscription, but for building a desire to know the world in the next generation.

Alex Toys Monster Art Centre
ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center – $87 @ Amazon.ca
Is there a budding artist in the house? This crafty collection of art supplies has every pencil, pen, and other implement a child would need to create incredible pictures. The sturdy aluminum case keeps everything neat and organized, and even folds up to create an easel for creating time. With paints, pencil crayons, markers, pastels, glue, drawing pencils, brushes and more, it’s a pretty comprehensive kit for that pint-sized Picasso.

Playskool Go Toys

Playskool Baby Toys – $11.99-$29.99 at Walmart, Real Canadian Superstore, Toys “R” Us
With a new niece in my family, I’ve been keeping a keen eye out for unique baby toys, and Hasbro’s definitely took the cake! Why you ask? Well as any mom can attest, having a few toys in your tote (or diaper) bag is essential to turning baby frowns upside down. So they’ve launched a line of impressive foldable toys that squeeze into tight spaces but can be easily and quickly expanded on to engage the little ones. Take for example, the Playskool Fold ‘n Go Busy Elephant, which is soft enough for baby to lie down on its tummy, but compact enough that it can easily be folded up and tucked into your bag once playtime is over. It’s also machine washable and has a whopping 7 activities to keep your tots busy. And that’s just one of many portable toys that Playskool offers – the Stack n’ Stow Cups, Roll ‘n Gears, Pop-Up Shape Sorter and Pop-Up Rollin Ramp are all super affordable ways to keep the kids entertained at every age and the parents totally sane. An amazing gift idea for all the little ones on your list!

Home Alone Classic Illustrated Storybook

Home Alone: The Classic Illustrated Storybook – $19.99
It was only a matter of time I suppose! Home Alone has officially cemented itself into the Christmas traditions of many (myself included – it’s an annual watch!) and now that tradition is being taken a step further, with the introduction of a sweet illustrated storybook version of the film. Whether you’re familiar with the story or not, the book features whimsical illustrations that capture the hijinks and energy of the film, captivating kids and the parents that read it to them. Plus it’s got some sweet life lessons about the value of family and Kevin’s impressive bout of bravery. With the introduction of the book, Home Alone is sure to join hallowed Christmas reading material like The Polar Express and How The Grinch Stole Christmas!

Disney Infinity 3.0 Star Wars
Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Packs – $64 @ Amazon.ca
If it feels like there’s been a lot of Star Wars on the CGG lately, that’s simply cause there’s a LOT of Star Wars stuff out there. But I was particularly intrigued by the latest and greatest incarnation of Disney Infinity, the interactive video game system that allows kids to mix and match their favourite characters from Disney, Pixar, and now Star Wars films to complete missions and stories in familiar settings. With the option to either create your own worlds using their Toy Box feature or following stories in their various Play Sets (including free stories available online), the Disney universe truly becomes a small world after all.

Dunecraft Terrariums

Dunecraft Dome Terrariums – ~$24.95 each
I’m a big advocate of getting kids in touch with nature – but I also recognize in a climate like Canada, that’s not always the most feasible. Luckily, there’s Dunecraft, which specializes in indoor gardening kits, like these fun terrariums for kids. Available in a range of themes like ‘Dinosaur Dome’ and ‘Butterfly Glamour Garden’, each kit is designed for beginner gardeners to easily plant, nurture, and customize their little indoor paradises. The kits range from edible plants to ones with unique features, like the creepy cool ‘Carnivorous Creations’, featuring famed meat-eating plants like Venus Fly Trap. It’s a fantastic unisex gift that keeps on delivering rewards well after its been planted, plus it may inspire some help with the yard work come springtime. Given you can nab Dunecraft’s terrariums at major Canadian retailers like Indigo, it also makes a great last-minute pick.

Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails

Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails Subscriptions – $23.95 / month
I *love* this subscription gift idea for a few reasons. First, it’s geared toward the often overlooked tween demographic of 8-12 year olds – children that typical ‘gifts for kids’ lists overlook and ‘gifts for teens’ lists are too mature for. Second, it’s a cool way to keep the kids engaged and busy with a wide range of items and themes and each and every month. With slightly different boxes geared toward boys and girls, each kit contains everything from fun wearables to cool knick knacks and toys to things they can actually interact with – the sample kits I checked out had a cupcake mould and a vanilla cupcake recipe, for example. It’s a great, creative idea that’s sure to feel fresh months after it’s gifted!

Osmo

Osmo Starter Kit – $99.95 @ Indigo
Toward the end of his life, Steve Jobs reflected on the fact he really wanted to ‘disrupt’ the education system with more tech integration. While he may not have lived to realize that dream, the folks behind products like Osmo are certainly stepping up to the plate. This unique device turns your iPad into a sneaky little educational game that the kids will love to interact with. Basically you plop your iPad into a base and add a reflector to the top of it. Together, they create a ‘playing field’ where what your child does in real life reflects what’s happening on the screen. There are a few different apps and activities with the starter kit, such as the tracing app you see above that allows kids to turn any photo into a traceable / colourable image in real life. Or Tangram, which challenges their spatial intelligence to make puzzles that mirror what they see on screen. Finally there is Words, which is basically a spelling challenge using hints and alphabet tiles. Not only are the games fun on their own, they can be adapted to match your child’s schooling – if they’ve got a list of words to learn or spell, input them into Words and make learning them fun. The iPad has never been such a brain charger! BlocoToys 2

BlocoToys Galactic Mission and The Ponys Collections – $32.99 / $24.99
There’s been a number of studies done out there that prove ‘building’ toys are great for children’s development. Bloco is a Canadian outfit who offers a unique take on the typical plastic block builder toy – their pieces are made of foam and can be linked up, stacked, and rotated in an endless number of configurations, creating movable, lovable toys your kids have made themselves. While each of their kits can be used to create its intended shapes – from dragons and ponies to spaceships and trolls – you can also have fun reinventing them into all kinds of different designs. This holiday season their newest offerings include a fun space-themed kit (perfect for any child that recently watched The Martian) which can actually be reworked into three different configurations, as well as a set for crafting two movable ponies, along with their accessories. If your kid loves one of these sets this year, you can be certain there are many more to come in Bloco’s future and many more easy-to-buy gifts too! Their products are available at a ton of independent and mainstream toy retailers, including Amazon.ca and Indigo.

Their Eyes All Aglow

I’m giving away a $445 prize package filled with amazing gift ideas for kids of all ages. If you win, the following items will show up on your doorstep:

  • A RedHeartMonkey plush
  • A 3-month subscription to Little Passports World Edition
  • Playskool Pop-Up Shape Sorter + Fold ‘n Go Busy Elephant
  • A copy of Home Alone: The Classic Illustrated Storybook
  • 2 Dunecraft Dome Terrariums
  • A 3-month subscription to Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails
  • An Osmo starter kit
  • BlocoToys Mission Galactic + Ponies Kits

All you have to do to enter is:

1) First & foremost: you must be a subscriber to the Canadian Gift Guide to enter this giveaway. It’s as simple as finding ‘The Gift of Gab’ box in the righthand column and dropping in your email or clicking follow. Then leave me a comment below by November 21, 2015 telling me what product you love the most in this holiday gift guide.

2) Entries are limited to one per person / per email address / per household (or more if you score bonus entries). A random draw will be conducted on or around November 22, 2015 to select the winner, who will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen in their place.

3) Entries are limited to Canadians that have reached the age of majority in their province. Quebec is not eligible for this promotion.

4) Bonus Entries: Do as many or as few of these as you’d like! Whatever you do, be sure to leave proof of your efforts in separate comments below – i.e. I’m looking for links. If you’re unsure how to link to a Tweet or Facebook post, do a quick Google search!

RedHeartMonkey – Follow the brand on Twitter and Tweet about the giveaway, linking back to this post. Please tag @cdngiftguide too!

Little Passports – Follow the brand on Pinterest and repin one of their pins.

Hasbro – Follow the brand on Twitter and Tweet about the giveaway, linking back to this post. Please tag @cdngiftguide too!

Random House of Canada – Follow the brand on Twitter and Tweet about the giveaway, linking back to this post. Please tag @cdngiftguide too!

Dunecraft – Pin the image of the Dunecraft Terrariums from this post to your own Pinterest account.

Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails – Like the brand on Facebook and leave a message on their wall about what you love best about this cool subscription idea. You’re under no obligation to mention my blog.

Indigo – Follow the brand on Twitter and Tweet about the giveaway, linking back to this post. Please tag @cdngiftguide too!

Dunecraft – Pin the image of the Dunecraft Terrariums from this post to your own Pinterest account.

BlocoToys – Like the brand on Facebook and leave a message on their wall about which of their toys you think is the coolest. You’re under no obligation to mention my blog.

 

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Comments
312 Responses to “With Their Eyes All Aglow”
  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE The Home Alone book and I know my son would ADORE it!! Thanks. I am a subscriber!

  2. Following on twitter. Here is the link to my first tweet!

  3. katydidit21 says:

    I really like the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums and the Home Alone book.

  4. Cara says:

    I really like the dune terrariums. My daughter loves gardening.

  5. Cara says:

    I really like the dunecraft terrariums. My daughter loves gardening.

  6. Heather Swanson says:

    i like the Bloco toys

  7. Rosanne Robinson says:

    I know that my grandson would love the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums.

  8. Debra says:

    I like gifts that encourage my granddaughter’s involvement, so the Osmo and the terrariums would be my favs.

  9. Robyn says:

    Sock monkeys- one of my sons favourite cuddlers. Cute and timeless!

  10. intensev5 says:

    I love the Bloco Toys Pony Collection

  11. Annie P says:

    Little Passports is a super idea for kids

  12. Margaret Palmer says:

    I am very intrigued by the Little Passports idea.

  13. Annie P says:

    Here’s the link to my Little Passports pin https://www.pinterest.com/pin/325948091760382547/

  14. My kids love drawing and colouring so the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Centre is my gift, ‘tho they’re all great ideas!! Thank you.

  15. Sarah H says:

    The sock monkeys are adorable but i really like the terrariums. What a great gift that would be.

  16. CLC says:

    I love the Bloco toys and the sock monkey.

  17. nicolthepickle says:

    I like the Dunecraft’s terrariums. I think they would make a wonderful gift for a little person.

  18. nicolthepickle says:

    I follow little passports and pinned https://www.pinterest.com/pin/328833210272147377/

  19. janicour says:

    I love the creative energy in the An Osmo starter kit

  20. Loralie Baker says:

    I love the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums …so cute !!

  21. janicour says:

  22. Loralie Baker says:

  23. janicour says:

  24. Taylor Wilcox says:

    I love the little passports world edition and think it would be a great gift to my brothers .

  25. janicour says:

  26. Leah says:

    I love the Monster Art Center!

  27. doreen lamoureux says:

    I subscribe by email. I really love the RedHeartMonkeys Sock Monkey Toys . Why are they so adorable. dorcontest at gmail dot com

  28. Anne Derkat says:

    I love the Dunecraft Terraniums.

  29. Aimee says:

    Osmo starter kit – my kids woul love most of these toys, great list.

  30. Erin W says:

    I love the dome terrariums. Such a neat idea for kids, my daughter would love that!

  31. Erin W says:

    Follow Little Passports and pinned:

  32. Erin W says:

    Pinned the terrariums!

  33. Viv Sluys says:

    I’m a subscriber. I think the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Centre would be a perfect gift for my oldest daughter. I want to get them a Little Passports subscription as well.

  34. Viv Sluys says:

    I follow Red Heart Monkeys on twitter and tweeted: https://twitter.com/vivsluys/status/664479431151349760

  35. Viv Sluys says:

    I follow Little Passports on Pinterest. I re-pinned https://www.pinterest.com/pin/428123508306855278/

  36. Viv Sluys says:

    I follow Hasbro on twitter and tweeted: https://twitter.com/vivsluys/status/664482811768758272

  37. laura says:

    I like the terrarium kits.

  38. mcmc says:

    the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Centre is a great learning tool as well as fun.

  39. emma walpole says:

    the osmo is so cool and I think my son would love one of the Dunecraft’s terrariums. subscribed

  40. cheryl mclellan says:

    I love the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums!

  41. Mary warner says:

    The young artists monster art centre. If the power fails on a snow day you can still use this on a winter day.

  42. Pam R. says:

    My favorite is the Alex Art Center

  43. Valerie Gibson says:

    I love the RedHeart monkeys

  44. Carly says:

    I love the Whimsy Mail and Putter Pails the most. Such a great idea. I think I’d even enjoy it although I’m not a teen!

  45. Burcu says:

    I love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center

  46. andrea amy says:

    The product I love the most is the monster art studio! Thanks!
    andrea_hockeygirl at hotmail dot com

  47. andrea amy says:

    I pinned Little Passports (already followed)

    andrea_hockeygirl at hotmail dot com

  48. andrea amy says:

    Already follow Hasbro on twitter and tweeted

    andrea_hockeygirl at hotmail dot com

  49. andrea amy says:

    Follow randomhouseca on twitter and tweeted

    andrea_hockeygirl@hotmail.com

  50. andrea amy says:


    andrea_hockeygirl at hotmail dot com

  51. andrea amy says:

    already follow chapters on twitter

    andrea_hockeygirl at hotmail dot com

  52. lynnbeanie23 says:

    i like the little passports

  53. lynnbeanie23 says:

  54. The gift I like the most is the RedHeartSock Monkey as it is adorable and good for any child thank you.

  55. Cairine says:

    I love the monkey!

  56. Natalie says:

    Love the BlocoToys Galactic Mission and The Ponys Collections!

  57. Sarah Robertson says:

    With all the budding artists in my family, the Monster Art Centre would be well loved.

  58. Manitoba Meg says:

    We’ve been wanting to play Disney Infinity 3.0 here, so that’s my top choice.

  59. Manitoba Meg says:

    Followed and tweeted RedHeartMonkey!

  60. Manitoba Meg says:

    Followed Little Passports on Pinterest and pinned:

  61. Manitoba Meg says:

    Following Hasbro, and tweeted:

  62. debra says:

    osmo starter kit

  63. aly3360 says:

    The Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Packs is my favourite item in this gift guide. I think it’s a terrific gift. I’m a subscriber to your blog via email.

  64. aly3360 says:

  65. Diane p says:

    I really like the RedHeartMonkeys sock monkey toy.

  66. Sherry Kinnear says:

    Little Passports look like a great gift.

  67. Sherry Kinnear says:

  68. Toks W says:

    I absolutely love the RedHeartMonkey plush the best

  69. Sherry Kinnear says:

  70. Susan Patterson says:

    https://www.pinterest.com/patterson1982/crafts/ I pinned the Little passports -Christmas igloo made from sugar cubes! I like the Little Passports subscription service for children – thanks!

  71. macfsh says:

    I love the Home Alone movies so I love the idea that it has been made into a book.

  72. nicole a says:

    I love the Dunecraft terrarium domes – my kids would really enjoy that!

  73. kiraali says:

    The Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails Subscriptions sound the best!

  74. I like the Monster Art Center the most.

  75. Maryanne says:

    I like the 2 Dunecraft Dome Terrariums the most!

  76. Maryanne says:

    Tweeted!

  77. Angela Mitchell says:

    I love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center. What a great set and it can all stay so organized!

  78. KellyPC says:

    I love the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums, especially the Zombie Farm & Carnivorous Creations!

  79. Nancy Parsons says:

    I like the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums the best.

  80. SueSueper says:

    My favourite item showcased is ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center

  81. Joan G. says:

    my granddaughter would love the Osmo Starter Kit.

  82. I am a subscriber! TY! I like the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums! i think my son would love it! Thanks!

  83. carla dahmer says:

    My 6 year old daughter would be above and beyond delighted to find a monster art center under the Christmas tree, as well as the gardening kits. Where my 1 and a 1/2 year old son would have the biggest brightest twinkling eyes if he saw the playschool toys and sock monkey. Personally my eyes would be aglow with absolute gratitude.

  84. joyce s. says:

    ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center – $87 @ Amazon.ca – My daughter would go crazy over this.

  85. ducky says:

    My nephews would love to use the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center when they come to visit.

  86. Nicole B says:

    I love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center. My kids would love that.

  87. Manitoba Meg says:

    Following Random House, and tweeted:

  88. Manitoba Meg says:

    Pinned Dunecraft here:

  89. Manitoba Meg says:

    Left a Facebook message for Whimsy Mail & Putter Pals:

  90. Manitoba Meg says:

    Following Indigo and tweeted:

  91. Manitoba Meg says:

    Left a Facebook comment for BlocoToys:

  92. S. Hirano says:

    I like the Dunecraft terrariums, because they are very unique. My children have never planted indoors before, so it looks like a fun activity for them to do over the winter.

  93. kim says:

    I really like the sock monkey.

  94. Natalie says:

    The Home Alone storybook is an adorable gift idea! I can see it becoming one of those classic Christmas stories you read with the kids every year.

  95. Theresa Jones says:

    Little Passports would be ideal for my young grandchildren

  96. saraontario says:

    I love the Osmo starter kit. I’ll have to buy an iPad to use it though…
    Hmmm… an enticing idea…

  97. Wanda Bergman says:

    I am a subscriber. My favourite is the Osmo Starter Kit.

  98. Sandy Couzens says:

    My little grandson who is 3 1/2 would LOVE The Blaco Toys Galactic Mission. I haven’t seen this toy before. He loves space ships so this would be perfect 🙂 Thank you !!

  99. Alexandrea Ferguson says:

    I absolutely love the Little Passports World Edition! What a great way to inspire a love for travel.

  100. ivy pluchinsky says:

    I really like the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center

  101. Alexandrea Ferguson says:

    Little passports pin- Follwing

  102. Alexandrea Ferguson says:

    Pinned the Dunecraft Terrariums to my pinterest:

  103. I love the Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails! Even as an adult, I still get so excited every time I get mail that isn’t a bill and it’s even more of a thrill for kids!

  104. Haroon Khan says:

    My favourite is little passports.

  105. ginette4 says:

    I’m a subscriber and I love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center

  106. ginette4 says:

    following you and @RandomHouseCA on twitter and tweeted

  107. ginette4 says:

    following you and @chaptersindigo and tweeted

  108. Nate says:

    I like the Bloco toys

  109. josephine evans says:

    My favorite would have to be the Osmo Starter Kit! Very cool and my boys would love it!

  110. Kathleen says:

    The Home Alone storybook is my favourite. Love those movies!

  111. DebP says:

    Sock monkies!!

  112. dawn walsh says:

    i would love to have this
    Osmo
    Osmo Starter Kit – $99.95 @ Indigo

  113. I love the Sock Monkey! My Grandmother made me one when I was very young and it reminds me of that 🙂

  114. photomum says:

    I loved the sockmonkey—I also subscribe!

  115. Tina L. says:

    I like the Little Passports

  116. kristen visser says:

    the products i love the most in the holiday gift guide is the Playskool baby toys

  117. kristen visser says:

  118. kristen visser says:

  119. Rebecca H says:

    The Osmo starter kit looks awesome! I would love to give that to my 6 y/o girl, she would flip!

  120. Edith Rennes says:

    The BlocoToys Mission Galactic + Ponies Kits looks like it would be fun

  121. I follow red heart monkey on twitter handle Mellowmoose

  122. Marla says:

    Love the little passports – an amazing gift for kids to learn about the world

  123. Marla says:

  124. Marla says:

    Pinned little passports & followed @marlibu

  125. Joanne Thompson says:

    My favorite is the Osmo starter kit – a wonderful gift for a child.

  126. Joanne Thompson says:

    I shared the contest on Twitter:

  127. Joanne Thompson says:

    With Their Eyes All Aglow https://t.co/dwzXmmFT0Z via @cdngiftguide— Joanne Thompson (@joannempt) November 13, 2015

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  128. Lynn royle says:

    awesome!!

  129. kathy thorn says:

    My favorite is the Fold ‘n Go Busy Elephant

  130. kristine bauman says:

    My favorite is the Playskool Pop-Up Shape Sorter

  131. Nicole says:

    Love the Little Passports subscription

  132. Suzanne G says:

    I am a subscriber. I like the A RedHeartMonkey plush.

  133. Suzanne G says:

    I pinned pic of Dunecraft Dome Terrariums. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/40391727886250198/

  134. Suzanne G says:

    I followed Indigo on twitter and tweeted. https://twitter.com/pinksuzanne/status/665139203403943937

  135. Suzanne G says:

    I followed Little Passports on pinterest–pinksuzanne and pinned one of their pins. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/40391727886250226/

  136. Alison K says:

    I’m a subscriber to the Canadian Gift Guide. In this holiday gift guide, I love the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums the most. Thanks

  137. Moe Anderson says:

    The Monster Art Set would be put to good use at our house.

  138. Alison K says:

    @RedHeartMonkeys bonus entry: followed & tweeted https://twitter.com/SoulSeeker0/status/665168594003709952

  139. Alison K says:

    Little Passports bonus entry: followed & repinned https://www.pinterest.com/pin/190347521728601528/

  140. Alison K says:

    @HasbroNews bonus entry: followed & tweeted https://twitter.com/SoulSeeker0/status/665170254079873025

  141. Alison K says:

    @RandomHouseCA bonus entry: followed & tweeted https://twitter.com/SoulSeeker0/status/665171678968836097 [are they the same as @quirkbooks?]

  142. Alison K says:

    Dunecraft bonus entry: pinned the terrarium https://www.pinterest.com/pin/190347521728601558/

  143. Alison K says:

    @chaptersindigo bonus entry: followed & tweeted https://twitter.com/SoulSeeker0/status/665174063283888128

  144. yvonne says:

    love the sock monkey the BEST!

  145. Marlene J says:

    Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails Subscriptions – $23.95 / month

  146. I think the Monster Art Centre is awesome. That would keep the kids (and adults) busy for hours.

  147. Jeanette Jackson says:

    My favorite toys are the Playskool Baby Toys. They would be great for my new grandchild due in February.

  148. kevin snyder says:

    the osmo starter kit looks very cool

  149. M. Archambeau says:

    The young artist studio art kit looks great!

  150. would love the home alone book. Classic movie for the holidays.

  151. favgreen(Rhonda W G.) says:

    The BlocoToys Galactic Mission and The Ponys Collections are unique and would bring hours of fun I’m sure!

  152. intensev5 says:

    I really like the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums

  153. Dana Miller says:

    Dunecraft’s Dome terrariums are so cute and are ideal for my lil gardener. She would be thrilled to grow a fairy or butterfly garden. The glowing rocks and little accessories provide extra fun. The carnivorous bug eating plants might trap fruit flies and other insects.

  154. Dana Miller says:

    Bonus entry, followed and pinned Little Passports: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/312789136599705963/

  155. Dana Miller says:

    Bonus entry, followed and tweeted re: Hasbro brand: https://twitter.com/DanaQueen69/status/665687347887894528

  156. Dana Miller says:

    Bonus entry, followed and tweeted re: Random House of Canada brand https://twitter.com/DanaQueen69/status/665689158057197568

  157. Dana Miller says:

    Bonus entry: pinned Dunecraft dome terrariums https://www.pinterest.com/pin/312789136599706232/

  158. heather wesley says:

  159. Dana Miller says:

    Bonus entry, followed and tweeted re: Indigo brand & giveaway https://twitter.com/DanaQueen69/status/665696227091083264

  160. Florence C says:

    I really like the ALEX Toys – Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center

  161. Florence C says:

    Following Little Passport and repinned https://www.pinterest.com/pin/213287732330199436/

  162. Lia says:

    Dunecraft Terrariums would be awesome for our little one who loves experiments and nature

  163. Christine says:

    Think the little passports is such a cool idea!

  164. I love the Osmo Starter Kit, my grandson would have great fun with it. Thanks

  165. AD says:

    I love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center the most; a great way to inspire creativity. My boys would love this! Thanks!

  166. aliyadaya says:

    I love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Centre; it looks like a perfect gift to inspire artistry and creativity. My boys would get hours of pleasure from it. Thanks!

  167. favgreen(Rhonda W G.) says:

    I think the Little Passports is a unique fun idea!

  168. favgreen(Rhonda W G.) says:

  169. favgreen(Rhonda W G.) says:

  170. favgreen(Rhonda W G.) says:

  171. Victoria Ess says:

    I love the Osmo Starter Kit most!

  172. Elaine Buonsante says:

    I love the BlocoToys Mission Galactic + Ponies Kits. Kids always love building things 🙂

  173. aly3360 says:

    following Little Passports on pinterest and re-pinned this pin.

  174. aly3360 says:

    Ack! I’m sorry, copied and pasted the wrong pinterest url. here’s the right one.

  175. Sunshine G says:

    I love the sock monkeys – I had one when I was little and loved it!

  176. Susanne Craig says:

    The Red Heart Sock Monkeys would be cherished by my little grandson.

  177. cookie3 says:

    As a kid I would have been over the moon were I to recieve the ALEX Toys – Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center but The Little Passports is a great idea too.

  178. aarone mawdsley says:

    i would love the home alone

  179. Audrey Skinner says:

    I love the Young Artist set.

  180. doreen lamoureux says:

    I follow redheartmonkeys on twitter and tweeted

  181. doreen lamoureux says:

    follow little passports on pinterest … and pinned

  182. doreen lamoureux says:

    I follow Hasbro news and tweeted

  183. doreen lamoureux says:

    I follow random house canada and tweeted

  184. doreen lamoureux says:

    Follow on Ingingo on twitter and tweeted

  185. Ann C says:

    love this for my lill Grandson

  186. Drew says:

    I love the
    Playskool Pop-Up Shape Sorter + Fold ‘n Go Busy Elephant perfect gift for little ones

  187. Drew says:

  188. Drew says:

  189. Drew says:

  190. Drew says:

  191. The Monster Art Centre is awesome. I’d get this for my nieces and steal a few crayons for my adult colouring books…

  192. Amber Flowers says:

    The product I love the most in this holiday gift guide is the Home Alone Illustrated Story Book

  193. Amy Ostash says:

    Love the little passport idea. one every kid loves getting mail and two they get to learn something new every month.

  194. Taps says:

    I love the Osmo Starter Kit. Great idea for keeping your kids motivated.

  195. dawn says:

    the osmo starter kit for sure

  196. kahlie speechly says:

    my cousin would love the Osmo!

  197. Tamara Attanasio says:

    Love the Playskool baby toys

  198. Tamara Attanasio says:

    Copy of my pin! These are so cool:

  199. Suzie M says:

    I like the idea of Dunecraft Dome Terrariums, they look like fun

  200. Erin McSweeney says:

    i love the BlocoToys Mission Galactic + Ponies Kits

  201. mousecat says:

    The Dunecraft Dome Terrariums look like so interesting!!

  202. Linda says:

    The Playskool Baby Toys are adorable. I would like these for my son.

  203. Lisa S says:

    I love the sock monkeys, they would be a great addition to my collection! I’m also a subscription box addict and think Little Passports and Whimsy Mail are two of the better boxes available for kids.

  204. Marlene J says:

    Playskool Baby Toys – $11.99-$29.99 at Walmart, Real Canadian Superstore, Toys “R” Us

  205. lisa bolduc says:

    its a toss up between the playshool toys and ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center . i think i would go with the artist stuido though

  206. aly3360 says:

  207. andrea4444 says:

    Dunecraft Dome Terrariums

  208. Drew says:

    The monster art centre

  209. Steph Bkn says:

    I love the Dunecraft’s terrariums so cool & an awesome gift!

  210. Steph Bkn says:

    Following @RedHeartMonkeys and tweeted 🙂 Link:

  211. Steph Bkn says:

    Following Little Passports on twitter & pinned:

  212. Christine Boulanger says:

    the gift I like most is the RedHeartMonkey plush 🙂 they’re all great prizes !

  213. Brenda Penton says:

    I love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center the most.

  214. aly3360 says:

    I’ve liked Whimsy Mail & Putter Pails on facebook and have left a comment on their wall.

  215. aly3360 says:

  216. aly3360 says:

    I’ve liked Bloco toys and left them a comment

  217. Joanne Thompson says:

    I think the Osmo starter kit is a great gift

  218. Luminous Angel says:

    Love the Dunecraft Dome Terrariums! We have two little ones that are eager to begin gardening! 😉

  219. Luminous Angel says:

    Little Passports Pinterest link: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/296111744229749185/

  220. Luminous Angel says:

    Dunecraft Dome Terrariums Pinterest link: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/296111744229749298/

  221. Wanda Bergman says:

    I am a subscriber. I most love the ALEX Toys Young Artist Studio Monster Art Center.

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