giveaway : bright star kids

posted on: Thursday, July 7, 2011

Looking for wall stickers? Bright, cheerful, fun and removable wall stickers? Wall stickers that are perfect for adding maximum cuteness with minimum effort? Wouldn't say no to a snazzy set that is being given away?

Me neither. And thanks to Bright Star Kids you can say 'yes' because one baby space reader (could be you, has to be someone!) is going to win a $60 AUD voucher for the wall stickers of their choice. Noice. And this giveaway is open internationally. Hoorah!

To be in with a chance to win all you have to do is:

1) Be a follower of baby space (see 'Follow' panel to the right and click through instructions to become a follower). ETA 11/7/11: The 'Follow' panel seems to be down but you can still click 'Follow' at the top left of this page.

2) 'Like' Bright Star Kids on Facebook or follow BSKids on Twitter.

3) Check out the extensive range of wall stickers on the Bright Star Kids website then comment on this post telling us which wall stickers you would like to win and why. Sweet.


This is an international giveaway. One winner will receive a $60 AUD voucher for Bright Star Kids wall stickers.
Giveaway closes on midnight the 7th of August 2011. Winner will be announced on the 8th of August 2011. Good luck!

26 comments:

  1. The butterfly stickers. My little girl loves butterflies and would love to have her own little collection flying around her room.
    kel412@hotmail.com

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  2. Hi! I am a follower of baby space via GFC, name Marta García. I like Bright Star Kids on fb. My favourite wall sticker is Stars in blue. It’s delicate, bright and cheerful, just want I’d love my son to see on his wall before convincing him he must go to bed. Thank you! Marta
    martaplayita at gmail dot com
    http://abilingualbb.blogspot.com/

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  3. I follow you on twitter! @kwalk106

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  4. My daughter would love the fairy stickers!

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  5. Have been following you for ages! And am now a fan of Bright Star Kids on FB. As for which wall stickers... well, given that my son and daughter share the nursery, the Polka Dots are fairly neutral but still colourful! And versatile in arrangement options.

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  6. Freaking out a little bit! Super excited for this one!

    1) Already a Follower!

    2)I'Like' Bright Star Kids on Facebook

    3) I like: Girls Tea Party Wall Stickers; Polka Dots Wall Stickers Spots & Dots Wall Stickers...

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  7. - I follow baby space of facebook and twitter.
    - I follow Bright Star kids on facebook
    - Outer Space Wall stickers. These would look great on the boys' bedroom wall. As I am in a rental I cant paint the walls but these removeable stickers mean I can decorate easily without fuss.

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  8. I like the birds on a wire in pink. Some time in the future ( don't know when!) we'll have to move out while our walls are repaired due to earthquake damage, it would be nice to have some wall stickers for the kids rooms when we come home- to help them settle in again : )

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  9. I also love the chalkboard spots!

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  10. Hi I am a follower, i like bright star kids on facebook, and I would love the giant tree wall sticker for my daughters wall :)

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  11. Hard decision but would have to pick the Chalk Board Dot Stickers. They would be great for every one in my family to use for writing the grocery list, messages, for the children to draw pictures and to practice writing. They also look fantastic. I also like the Spots and Dots Wall Stickers they would brighten up my children's play area which currently suffers from white wall syndrome.
    vkmason@hotmail.

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  12. I am a follower of baby space on GFC(Stephanie Phelps)
    my4boysand1@gmail.com

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  13. I 'Like' Bright Star Kids on twitter @my4boysand1
    my4boysand1@gmail.com

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  14. I would love the Bird Cages Wall Stickers
    my4boysand1@gmail.com

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  15. I follow with GFC, Liked bright star kids on FB.

    I can't pick a favorite, it is between the chalkboard strawberry and the girls tea party wall stickers!

    thepricklypinecone(at)gmail.com

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  16. I am a follower :o)
    I have liked Bright Star Kids on Facebook :o)

    My choice of the wall stickers would have to be the jungle themed one, it is just sooo cute!!!

    Carina Seth
    scottandcarina@bigpond.com

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  17. I'm following via GFC as Jasmine1485 :)

    I'm a fan of BSK on Facebook (Kate Ryan) and my favourite item is the 'Chalkboard Panels Wall Stickers'

    kate1485 at hotmail.com

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  18. OMG definately the cupcake set! I'm addicted to everything cupcake!! Plus my girls would love them haha

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  19. I love the Groovy Wall flowers, they will age with my daughter and keep blooming throughout her life even when everything else seems to be going wrong :)

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  20. I love the Giant Tree Wall Stickers. I'm making a room for my little girl and it would be great on her wall ;)

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  21. I follow Baby Space and now follow BSK on twitter (essjdee) - love the cheeky monkey stickers!

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  22. Love the bsk website! Like them on fb too. I've been following babyspace for a while. My little girl Ellie would live the giant tree wall sticker for her bedroom wall. Too cute for words xxx

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