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Imagine Childhood Giveaway and new Book!

“Childhood is more than just a stage in our path to adulthood, it’s the time in our lives when our imaginations have no limits.  It’s the time when we learn how to be inventors. It’s the time when we watch clouds and butterflies with wonder and admiration.  It’s the time when we fall in love with the world.  Childhood is not just a developmental stage, it’s the development of a perspective, and quite a beautiful one at that.  In 2008 we established ImagineChildhood.com to support and nurture the growth of that perspective.  Imagine Childhood is a family owned and operated company offering high quality environmentally conscious toys, activities and stories that encourage exploration, creativity, and open-ended unstructured play.”  Sarah Olmstead, Imagine Childhood

Sarah Olmstead has a new book out (which will be reviewed on our blog soon) with the same name as her store:  IMAGINE CHILDHOOD: Exploring the World Through Nature, Imagination, and Play- 25 Projects that spark curiosity and adventure.  This book is a part of the giveaway on this post, but you can also purchase signed copies on her website.  Here is her blog post on behind the scenes work for the project.

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GIVEAWAY

Imagine Childhood is offering a big giveaway to one lucky winner, residing in U.S., which includes all four items below:

1)      One European Sewing and Knitting Kit,

2)      One Set Nature Keepsake Bags,

3)      One Basket Kit of your choice, and

4)      One copy of Imagine Childhood book:  IMAGINE CHILDHOOD: Exploring the World Through Nature, Imagination, and Play- 25 Projects that spark curiosity and adventure.

To enter the drawing for a chance to win all four items above, please leave a comment on this post by Wednesday midnight pacific time, October 24th, 2012.  In addition, Living Crafts readers are offered a 10% discount between 10/20 – 10/24.  The discount code will be “LivingCrafts”.

Posted by Living Crafts on Oct 20, 2012 07:00 AM | 713 Comments

713 Responses to “Imagine Childhood Giveaway and new Book!”

  1. Bridget says:

    The books sounds like it is full of great ideas that I would love to do with my children. Look forward to checking the book out.

  2. monica says:

    Beautiful giveaway! The book looks fantastic!

  3. Sheau says:

    So beautiful. What a great way to welcome the cold seasons.

    Thanks for the chance.

  4. Meg says:

    looks wonderful, thanks for the chance!

  5. Andrea says:

    Ooh, I know a seven-year-old boy who would love that knit kit!

  6. Would love these…. great giveaway. Thanks!

  7. Pria says:

    Thats absolutely wonderful.
    Just love everything.

  8. Sarah M says:

    I would love to win this–I LOVE Imagine Childhood blog and will soon have their book!
    Sarah M

  9. Joya Roy says:

    Who ever won this amazingly generous giveaway?

  10. Joya Roy says:

    Still wondering who won! :)
    I thought these things were posted here, no?

  11. Audrey Schwandt says:

    We recently discovered Oak Meadow Homeschooling Curriculum and decided to use it with our soon to be first grader. When I found out they learn to knit in first grade, I panicked! I checked out the site and saw a little hand with yarn labeled finger knitting (a simple way to introduce the knitting concept to my daughter). It inspired me to teach her right away. It took her all of 5 minutes to figure it out after watching a video last night and she has since made 2 bracelets for her friends, one for her sister, one for me, and one for herself. She LOVES it!! It makes me all the more confident that Oak Meadow is the curriculum for us!

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