If you are looking for some creative ideas for a baby or a parent of a little one, here are some gifts I bet they would love!
And, just in time for Christmas, one lucky reader will receive all the following items!
- Dandelion Earth-Friendly Organic Cotton Canvas Bag, retail value $49.99
- Dandelion Organic Toy Duck, retail value $9.99
- Dandelion Earth-Friendly Goods ReUsables Tableware, retail value $15.00.
- Wallables, retail value $19.99
The HyGenie Portable Sanitizer from HyGenie USA, retail value $29.99
The ideal preventative solution for parents and babies continuously on the go—convenient sanitization in a portable package. Eliminating up to 99% of harmful germs such as E. Coli, Shigella, and Fungus, the HyGenie can sanitize most common types of bottles, nipples and pacifiers, and any other surface that can fit within the sanitization unit.
Simply place the item into the HyGenie, light the fluorescent lamp, and approximately seven minutes later kiss the harmful germs goodbye.
This Organic Cotton Canvas Bag will carry all your essentials wherever you may go. It’s big and roomie, with 2 snap pockets to keep smaller stuff sorted. On the outside, this bag features a large front pocket with snaps, 3 back pockets, and an elastic pouch on each end, for bottles.
Made of organic cotton, this cutie is small-sized, just right for baby’s little fingers to explore. Lightly stuffed critter has textured feet, perfect for touching, tugging and teething. Dandelion Earth-Friendly Goods toy line is stuffed with natural corn fibers making them completely machine washable and one of the most natural toys out on the market today.
Dandelion’s ReUsables are made from a unique formula derived primarily from corn-based bioplastic. Yes, I said corn. Reducing our dependency on both petroleum-based plastics and disposable ware in general, is an essential step toward a healthier future for our families and our environment. These reusable Corn products offer a visionary alternative, and a better choice.
Wallables are 3 dimensional sculpted wall décor products made out of soft polyurethane foam. They attach to the wall with easy on, easy off Velcro® patch, allowing them to be removed and repositioned. Wallables are interactive, they play music, teach the alphabet and glow in the dark making them very inviting for small hands to touch, feel and experience.
To enter to win this exciting gift pack, please leave a comment below and specify whether you would prefer products for a boy or a girl.
Here are more details on how to enter to win:
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Entries are open until Friday, December 4th at 12pm EST.
Our winner will be drawn randomly and we will announce the winner Saturday, December 5th. Please make sure to check our site and your email address to see if you have won a prize. We must receive your reply within 5 business days. (If you want your prize to arrive in time — the sooner we hear from you, the better!)
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*I was shipped the above items to be used as prizing for this giveaway. Additional product was also sent to me to use for our Under The Tree program. I did not receive any items to review. All of the product descriptions in this post were taken from press releases.