Last year I was lucky enough to become a brand ambassador for Activity Toys Direct via TOTS 100 with this post. Since then I have been coveting many things on their website from lovely outdoor play equipment to original items to fill a play room. Here at Coombe Mill we have three outdoor play areas and an indoor play barn which are always in need of new equipment and six properties will have indoor play rooms by 2015. This requires a lot of toys so I am delighted to be working alongside Activity Toys Direct who seem to have something to meet all my needs. Last month I guest posted on their blog with just a few of the toys and play items I would love to introduce here.
Introducing the Childs Studio Art Desk
This art desk is designed to take a child through from age two right up into primary school age. The multi use desk folds flat to work on or stands up as an easel making it perfect for all sorts of budding creative talent, while the useful storage boxes and pouches will hold many essential craft items. The coordinating chair is included with the desk and looks safe and sturdy for little bottoms, hopefully deterring swinging on two legs; a favourite way for my own children to fall from a chair. Moreover the durable, wipe clean plastic looks bright and eye catching and makes me want to pick up a sketch pad just looking at it! It retails on the Activity Toys Direct website for £74.95 having just been reduced from £95 and comes with free delivery. You can read the full specification and buy one from there.
WIN the Step 2 Studio Art Desk with Coombe Mill
This looks like such a perfect addition to any bedroom or playroom. For your chance to win this awesome looking top of the range art desk and keep your children entertained with hour upon hour of crafting fun just follow the Rafflecopter instructions below. Remember to complete each of the steps to maximise your chances of winning. Good luck to all taking part.
“Tales from the farmers wife” shares the funny and interesting happenings on our lovely holiday farm with Farmer Nick and our 6 children. A behind the scenes look on balancing family, farming, the holiday business and cooking for all.