Monday, November 30, 2009

Win a wooden tea set from Wonderworld and Toys and Games Online

One lucky reader will receive a Wonderworld Tea Time Play Set from Toys and Games Online.

Wonderworld Tea Time Play Set ($26.00)



Toys and Games Online is a CSN store. There are over 200 CSN stores specializing in everything from nursery decor to Christmas decorations.

To enter, go to Toys and Games Online and browse through the Eco-friendly toys, then send me an email, comment or Facebook message letting me know which eco-friendly toy you like best.

Arielle and Linnea had a good time reviewing the tea set this morning.

Arielle invited Linnea and her doll, Lotta, to her cafe. They ordered cake and tea and were very impressed with the cute tea pot and place settings.


Everything in Arielle's Cafe is delicious. Lotta wanted more tea.


In the picture, the handles look very delicate as if they might break. Actually, they are made of cord and are very sturdy. The tea set is made to handle being played with by real kids.



This is a very nice tea set and I recommend it if you are looking to stock your play kitchen with a nice wooden tea set. The quality is similar to that of the Plan Tea Set, but it is slightly larger. I find the shapes more pleasing. It comes with a tea pot and lid, sugar bowl, creamer, 2 saucers, 2 cups and 2 spoons.

The winner will be announced on December 9, so the tea set can reach them for Christmas. Good luck!

20 comments:

john & catherine said...

What a charming little tea set! My two would love to invite their dolls and animals to tea. Thanks for a great review. My favorite toy on the site is the Washing Machine--what fun, and it really spins! Thanks again.

My Boaz's Ruth said...

There are many nice things there. But the Kid O exploring Fractions puzzle appeals to me the most.

timin525 said...

First let me say that I have been glued to the Internet since discovering your blog last Wednesday. I am on the hunt for safe and affordable toys for my three girls. Your blog has been very helpful (and addicting). In fact, I came back to your site today to ask you if you knew of a play tea set that would fit an 18inch doll. That is when I noticed your give-away. I really hope I win it, except for the fact that I want a service for 4 so that all 3 of my girls can play together w/o fighting. :) I would like your input on safe porcelain tea sets. I want a mini set for their dolls and I haven't found anything that says made in the USA, non-toxic, lead free, etc. I am hesitant to buy if it doesn't come out and say where or how it is made.
OK, onto the give-away. Let me say that I had to look for about 5 minutes before I discovered the eco-friendly section. It wasn't right out there, or maybe I overlooked it at first. My favorite find is probably the wooden doll cradle for $40. After all the looking I have done this weekend, I feel like that is a good price. My all time favorite is the Plan Toys Victorian Dollhouse. But it is way too expensive for me! We will be converting an old bookshelf into a dollhouse and then purchasing the plan toys dollhouse furniture.
And like you, I also like the wonderworld tea set better than the plan toys set. It is softer around the edges and looks daintier. I just wish it came in service for 4.
Thanks for your blog and your help. It has been fun browsing all your supported websites.

timin525 said...

First let me say that I have been glued to the Internet since discovering your blog last Wednesday. I am on the hunt for safe and affordable toys for my three girls. Your blog has been very helpful (and addicting). In fact, I came back to your site today to ask you if you knew of a play tea set that would fit an 18inch doll. That is when I noticed your give-away. I really hope I win it, except for the fact that I want a service for 4 so that all 3 of my girls can play together w/o fighting. :) I would like your input on safe porcelain tea sets. I want a mini set for their dolls and I haven't found anything that says made in the USA, non-toxic, lead free, etc. I am hesitant to buy if it doesn't come out and say where or how it is made.
OK, onto the give-away. Let me say that I had to look for about 5 minutes before I discovered the eco-friendly section. It wasn't right out there, or maybe I overlooked it at first. My favorite find is probably the wooden doll cradle for $40. After all the looking I have done this weekend, I feel like that is a good price. My all time favorite is the Plan Toys Victorian Dollhouse. But it is way too expensive for me! We will be converting an old bookshelf into a dollhouse and then purchasing the plan toys dollhouse furniture.
And like you, I also like the wonderworld tea set better than the plan toys set. It is softer around the edges and looks daintier. I just wish it came in service for 4.
Thanks for your blog and your help. It has been fun browsing all your supported websites.

Bridget said...

I think my girls would have fun with the bilibo shells. I can picture them spinning each other around and using them as stepping stones-great for my youngest, who is in OT.

Amanda said...

I love the simple design of the baby Cariboo activity gym. I think my little guy would love it.

Jen said...

I've never seen anything like the Dress Up Animals! That's totally what I'd choose from Toys and Games Online.

My daughter would love that tea set. We're making due with paper plates and cups, and I'd love to add some quality dishes to her play.

gilbride. said...

oh, the little colorado music table! wow!!! it just looks amazing for my percussion lovin' two year old!

thanks for hosting all of these give aways. you're making the holidays a bit hopeful for some of us!

The Toy Snob said...

I really love the Play Stands and have wanted them for some time. They are so great for imaginative play!

pmama said...

Love the Svan scooter because we have got to get some toddler energy out in this house as the rain falls outside. And the tea set would be a perfect Santa's Little Helper considering he's bringing a wooden kitchen.

diogisam said...

I've been loving the Ecotots Art Time easels. In any color!

weareborgswife said...

This tea set would be a perfect addition to our transtion from plastic to wooden play food this Christmas! My favorite thing in the eco-toy section are the Little Colorado Playstands. I have been looking at them for a year, and although I know they'd be used daily, I still can't figure out how to fit them into our house! So now we make do with kitchen chairs and the occasional cardboard box, which isn't as pretty, but are easily stored.

Annie said...

I love the playstands. THey can be used for so many things, I wish we could afford a set!

Dale,Lindsay and Shannon said...

OMG. I love the Roebuck Studio Hayloft Table and Chair Set - Hayloft Table / Hayloft Chair. It is exactly what we have been looking for our 18 month old daughter.

Patricia said...

My husband is going to make a set of playstands. I didn't see any clips for the playstand silks. So, my favorites are all the 3-D puzzles and the Wonderland tea set. ;)

Thank you for the giveaway!

Jen Mc said...

I like the Wonderworld Mini Trailer Wooden Vehicle.
jenpruss(at)yahoo(dot)com

yukonlewis said...

My favourite toy is the kidO Narrow to Wide puzzle.

Anonymous said...

I really like the little Colorado refrigerator.Can't afford it this year.Last year we got a play kitchen and we really need some things to go with it,the tea set for the kids would be perfect!Thanks for a shot at it!

VP MARKETING said...

I really like the Little Colorado kitchen items. Simplistic,natural fun.Thanks for a chance at the drawing!

Jenn said...

I love all the Little Colorado kitchen stuff! Hopefully next year!!
Jenn
diogisam@yahoo.com