superdumb supervillain: Rosie Flo’s Coloring Fashion Show (Giveaway!)

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Rosie Flo’s Coloring Fashion Show (Giveaway!)

Winner selected with random.org 4/29: Congratulations, Jen from Big Binder!
I was never a big fan of coloring books. Too much constriction, you have to stay in the lines! Roo loves The Rosie Flo series of coloring books precisely because they don't have that ho-hum quality. Sure, you're supposed to color in the pages but you're also supposed to finish the drawings and add your own special you-ness. 



I think I was as excited as she was when we received Rosie Flo's Coloring Fashion Show, a pop-up fashion show that little ones can assemble themselves since everything is perforated to punch out of sturdy cardstock. Even the catwalk is easy to set up, with just a little folding and inserting of tabs. No adhesives are necessary– you can even dissemble the whole shebang, including the stage, models and audience seating, fold 'em flat and tuck them back inside the sturdy box it came in to show the collection in a different locale. Smart! 



So far, Roo has just been adding faces and appendages to the models in black and white. I suspect color and glitter will follow soon. Right now, it's looking pretty monochromatic and mod, which is kind of cool in its fashionable austerity…


If you'd like to win a Rosie Flo's Coloring Fashion Show of your own, visit Chroniclebooks.com and let me know what your favorite items are in the comments below. 

Entries will be accepted through April 25th and I'll pick the winner using Random.org. US/Canada readers are eligible. Only one entry/comment per person, please. 



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In accordance to the FTC Guidelines and the WOMMA Code of Ethics, I am disclosing that I received the set shown above to facilitate this review and I will be entered into a prize drawing for posting this giveaway. No compensation was provided and all opinions are, as usual, my own.






2 comments:

  1. Good Night, Good Night Construction Site sounds like a fun book!

    mglawler at yahoo dot com

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  2. Those are really cool, and creative! My daughter would love them! From the site; I think the "One Love" kids book looks awesome!

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