Lotta Magazine Giveaway

 

Hello Crafty Ones! If you are a Crafty Mumma Facebook Liker then you will have heard me talk about Lotta Magazine quite a few times :) I can't stop raving about how cute, colourful and down right crafty this children's magazine is... My little girls and I LOVE it! This is however the first time I have had the pleasure of mentioning this fun little mag on my blog! 

Lotta Magazine is a whole 'LOTTA' fun, it is an art, craft and activity book aimed at children between the ages of 5 and 10 (but we have found that with a little extra help from Mummy that even the little ones love to do the activities too) Each issue has a range of activities that range from easy peasy to just a little bit tricky. Lotta is made right here in Australia and is printed at the size of 15 x 21cm just perfect for little hands, making it backpack friendly :) Lotta magazine makes all the templates and patterns for their projects available for FREE on their website AND each issue is printed and available right before the school holidays start... How very VERY convenient for all us parent's looking for things to entertain our little school go-ers!  As if all this didn't sound to good to be true... to top it all off Lotta magazine is...

ADVERTISEMENT FREE!! 

YAYYYYY!!!!

and all for only

Per Issue.

I have been a fan of Lotta Magazine ever since it's very first issue and have wanted to share it it on my blog for a very long time now but as soon as I saw the cover of their latest issue 'The Colour Issue' I knew NOW was the perfect time.... 
Thanks to 
M A G A Z I N E 

 I have a copy of the colour issue to GIVEAWAY right here on the Crafty Mumma blog! 

                 

So what is inside the colour issue of Lotta Magazine?

Sew your own cloud softie
Pixel Art (using toilet rolls)
Art greats Master class
make your own art kit
Taste a rainbow (an activity aimed to encourage healthy eating)
Make your  own Pom Pom Pouffe
Salad spinner art

And so much more!


To enter all you need to do is these 4 simple things:

1. Pop over and like the Crafty Mumma Facebook Page (if you haven't already - tsk tsk)


2.  Swing over and like the Lotta Magazine Facebook Page and

3. Leave a post on the Lotta Magazine Facebook wall telling them Crafty Mumma sent you :)


4. Last but not least leave a comment on this blog post on the Crafty Mumma Blog telling us what activity you most enjoyed doing with your children these holidays.

It's THAT easy :)

Entries close Thursday 18th of October at Midnight and the winner will be announced on Friday the 19th of October (all things going to plan) 

The winner will be chosen at random from the comments section of this post. Only 1 entry per person.

EDIT: To make sure EVERYONE hears about this wonderful giveaway we have decided that each person who also shares the Crafty Mumma facebook post about this giveaway on their own Facebook wall will be entitled to a second entry! YAY!



I'd like to once again say a GREAT BIG Thank~u to Leonie and the team at Lotta Magazine for generously offering us the opportunity to share this giveaway with all the Crafty Mumma Blog readers and their children!

To find out more about Lotta Magazine or to please visit their website:


3 comments:

Lisa Robertson said...

Love the looks of this, have been meaning to get one for my kids for ages!!! My favourite thing I did with my kids this holidays was surprising them with a movie trip in the first week. Unfortunately I had to work all holidays (even though I work from home), so knew I wouldn't get to spend too much time with them. Took a morning off work, they had no idea and we rocked up at the movies to see the latest Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie. They were both over the moon and I felt fantastic making them feel so special

Jodie-Lee said...

My little girl isn't of school age yet so the school holiday period was no different to any other time...but while out doing the shopping both weeks, the shopping centre had holiday activities set up so my little miss got to decorate a gingerbread girl with icing and lollies and the next week got to so some sticker sand art! she was stoked and has been on the look out for the ladies at the shops since!loL!
xx

Jols said...

Oh I've been eyeing off Lotta magazine for a little while now since shared posts started popping up on Facebook. The activities look absolutly gorgeous!!

Unfortunatly I had to work most of the holidays and my little munchkin headed off on her own holiday to her grandparents then with her dad. But we did find ourselves making some fingerprint trees on a wet rainy day. We each had a canvas and painted the sky, hills and grass. Then I helped to paint the tree trunk and branches before the fun bit started... the 'leaves' were painted by dipping our finger tips into different coloured paints and dotting them over the tree. The trees looked beautiful and we have them proudly hanging up.