Giveaway: $100 Gift Certificate from Bella Luna Toys

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Welcome to Simple Living Media’s Home for the Holidays! We’ve got 25 giveaways across the entire network this week to give you plenty of chances to win a great gift, just in time for the holidays.

This giveaway is now closed.  Thank you!

Today I’m giving away a $100 Gift Certificate to Bella Luna Toys!

Owned by experienced Waldorf teacher and author, Sarah Baldwin, Bella Luna Toys carries “Waldorf toys, wooden toys, and natural toys to nourish the senses and inspire the imagination.”

If you were to visit my house, you’d find that many of the toys and art supplies we love and use on a daily basis are items that Bella Luna carries.  I can happily recommend shopping there because I know first-hand about the quality products and outstanding service Bella Luna provides, being a happy customer myself for some time now.

Learn more about Bella Luna Toys and how to win the gift certificate.

A few of our favorites and some items from our Wish List:

  • Wooden Rainbow Tunnel ::: this stacker is my “go to” child’s birthday party gift and a favorite at our house
  • Nesting Bowls ::: another favorite at our house, our set has lasted for years.  I love wooden stackers because of the way they feel (much nicer than plastic) and also because you can discern the variation of the weight with each size, bringing in another dimension of sensory experience into play.
  • Crayons ::: we really enjoy our beeswax crayons.  Sarah carries the 8 and the 16 count tins of the block crayons, the stick crayons, as well as the book on Coloring With Block Crayons. (If you’ve ever wanted to know the techniques behind those beautiful Waldorf drawings, this is a book you’ll want to pick up)
  • Heavy Baby Waldorf Doll ::: a beautiful new doll, at over 4lbs, these dolls are designed to have the weight of a real baby and a calming effect when held.  They are available in a variety of skin and color combination and are an item on our wish list.

About Sarah and Bella Luna

Bella Luna Toys is committed to the following eco-friendly practices:

  • They carry toys that are made with natural and organic materials such as wood, cotton, wool, and non-toxic finishes and vegetable dyes.
  • They use eco-friendly recycled giftwrap, tissue paper, gift boxes and bags from Green Way®.
  • Their gift ribbon is produced from renewable, biodegradable cotton fiber, grown and processed responsibly in the USA with water-based dyes, soy inks, and without chlorine bleaches.
  • They reuse and recycle supplies, boxes, packing peanuts and bubble wrap.

Right now you can get free shipping in the continental U.S. on orders of $75 or more. The code is freeship75 and is good through 12/5.

One Simple Kids reader is going to win a $100 Gift Certificate to Bella Luna Toys!

How to win

Everyone has two chances to win. Here’s how:

1. Comment on this post, answering this question: Visit Bella Luna and then come back and tell me what you would purchase with your gift certificate.

2. For an extra entry, “like”  Bella Luna Toys and Simple Kids on Facebook. — you can use the provided buttons below. Then leave an additional comment letting me know you’ve done so.  If you are already a fan, tell me that, too (and thank you!).

This giveaway will end tonight, Thursday, December 2nd at 11:59 p.m. EST I hope you win! We’ll announce the winners of all the holiday giveaways at the end of the week. This giveaway is now closed. Thank you!

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About Kara

Kara Fleck is the editor of Simple Kids. She is a small town mama, writer, knitter, bookworm, and hooligan. Kara lives in Indiana with her husband Christopher and their four children Jillian, Max, Lucy, and Amelia. You can find more of her writing at KElizabethFleck.com.

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Comments

  1. There are quite a few things that my children and I have had our eyes on that I would love to be able to order for them for Christmas. Thank you for such a generous offer!

  2. Since my kids are a wide range of ages (almost 8, 4 and newborn), I’m thinking the Haba Basic Building Blocks would probably get the most use by everyone.

  3. The fairy and little gnome dolls are so cute!
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  4. What wouldn’t I buy?
    A set of tree blocks for my son. A rainbow stacker for both kids, and some play silks.

  5. I would by a Waldorf Playstand! They are just beautiful and amazing!

  6. I’d buy the tree cottage for my boys.
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  7. I follow both of you on Facebook.

  8. Wow so much to choose from… I really think my daughter would love one of the babies, oh but then there is the dress up stuff, and then there is the baby doll slings, oh and my son would love the trucks and the castle play stuff. Oh that would be hard to choose what to spend the money on. :^)

  9. I liked Bella Luna Toys on Facebook

  10. I like Simple Kids on Facebook too.

  11. I would definitely get some beeswax crayons and the Build-a-Treehouse. I think my son and daughter would get a kick out of that – and its so unique compared to all the usual doll houses out there.

  12. I liked SImple Kids and Bella Luna toys on Facebook.

  13. Oh my goodness they have so much to choose from! I’d probably start with a chalkboard and chalk as well as other art supplies. Maybe a drum. Every kid needs a drum right?

  14. The wooden play food and kitchen accessories!

  15. I’ve been looking for a great set of wooden building blocks – the Haba Building Blocks look perfect!

  16. Abigail Gunter says:

    My girls would love the Waldorf dolls and doll accessories.

  17. I’d love a waldorf doll. The heavy baby sounds so amazing!

  18. i was just looking at this shop the other day and wishing for the rainbow tunnel! beautiful addition to our nature table

  19. I’d get the watercolors and paint jar holder and a few play silks!

  20. Jacks, play silks, modeling beeswax, wooden tea set. There are so many amazing things that my girls would love. Thanks for the opportunity.

  21. I ‘Liked’ both on Facebook. :)

  22. The games! Maybe some of the dress up stuff and knight sets too. My kids would love them!
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  23. “liked” on fb
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  24. Cassie C. says:

    I love Bella Luna! The majority of my kid’s Christmas came from there. I would love to get the “heavy baby doll” for my daughter.

  25. What a wonderful giveaway! I love a Waldorf playstand, or any of the sweet little dolls and nesting toys!!

    Happy holidays!!

  26. I like you both on Facebook, too!!

  27. One of the wooden dollhouses. Never seen anything like them and both my son and daughter would like the treehouse one.
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  28. Liked.
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  29. The tambourines
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  30. Most likely, the Haba Basic Building Blocks – Extra Large Starter Set, but I might get a bunch of different Waldorf fairies & dolls instead – too cute!

  31. The tree house would be perfect for our fairies!

  32. I would love this! There are quite a few things I’d love to get…a bunch of wooden vehicles for my boys(helicopter, airplane, boat)…art supplies and maybe a doll or dollhouse for my daughter.

  33. Liked both on FB
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  34. I would put it towards a playstand set.
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  35. I would totally get the stacking rainbow and stacking bowls and the chalkboard and chalk set. My daughter would go nuts this Christmas.

  36. Rainbow tunnel, some wooden vehicles, build-a-treehouse, some needle-felting kits and arts supplies…

  37. I adore the play silks and streamer toys.
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  38. I would love to play with tree cottage with my kids, thanks heaps.

  39. I would definitely get the Build-a-Treehouse kit with the little dolls. My children would love building it and playing with it–what fun!

  40. I liked Bela Luna and Simple Kids on FB

  41. I can’t even begin to decide what I would choose! :)
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  42. I also liked (and already liked) both on facebook :)
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  43. Cindy Simpson says:

    I would buy the Waldorf playset; it’s beautiful!

  44. I would likely go with the Heavy Baby. We’re expecting a little one in February and babies are all the rage around here right now. :)

  45. My son would love the wooden train set or a Waldorf doll.

  46. Cindy Simpson says:

    I ‘like’ Bella Luna and Simple Kids, too.

  47. My husband and I are big fans of simple wooden toys! Thanks so much for showcasing this seller.

    If I won the gift certificate, I would have to get wooden cars and boats, the adorable dancing alligator pull toy, and the soft tool set for my little boy.

  48. I am a fan of both simple kids and bella luna toys on Facebook.

  49. Ooh ooh ooh! I almost bought some play silks from them the other day! So I’d get some of those, plus a few of their wooden toys for the baby coming in 1 week!
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  50. Rebecca H says:

    Ooh pick me!

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