Tuesday, 20 November 2012

GIVEAWAY - Personalised Alphabet block from Pawmark


Thanks for entering everyone!

The best thing about networking is that one awesome business lady will lead you to another awesome business lady.

Brooke, from Pawmark, creates handmade products, including cards, fabric blocks and other children's items.

She decided to start creating handmade greeting cards when she went to the Newsagent and spent hours and hours reading all the cards to find the perfect cards for several family and friends. Only to walk out with not much change from $50 and deflated because my cards just weren't right.

After that Brooke decided that a handmade gift really compliments a handmade card (of course!) and started making her own gifts.
The personalised fabric blocks are made from all new quality cotton fabric and machine stitched using the smallest possible stitch to ensure these toys meet safety standards and filled with polyester fill. If bought locally they will be wrapped in tissue paper and placed in a brown gift bag; ready to give to a special little one in your life.

I have always wanted one these for my little man. Anything that helps develop his knowledge of knowing his own name is a winner for me. And babies love turning things in their hands over and over. The texture on the stitching encourages bubs to run their fingers over the letters. The tags are of course handy! I have so many toys with tags on them and now that Tom is no longer suited to staying on a mat and watching them dangling, they can sit on his fabric block and come with us in the car, house or anywhere!

GIVEAWAY! - Want to win a personalised,  handmade fabric for you or a friend? It's Easy! Please remember there can only be a maximum of 6 letters on the block.

1. COMMENT below – Tell us who you think would benefit from this gorgeous fabric block

2. LIKE School of Mum and Pawmark

3. SHARE this post on Facebook or Twitter with your friends – By Clicking Share below and either Facebook or Twitter. It helps if you tag us in your entry too.

Too easy! The winner will be someone who has done all of the above and has a creative answer will win! So get entering. Christmas is just around the corner!

Here’s the fine print:
* Entry is open to Australian folk only (sorry!)
Winner will be posted on the Blog ONLY.
* One entry per person
* A valid email must be provided in the comment so we can contact you if you are a winner.
* Entries close 9pm 22nd November, 2012
Winner has 3 days to respond before another is chosen.


  1. Lucky for me, both of my little ones have 6 letters in their name.
    What a fabulous toy to help learn their name...fun, interesting and practical.
    I would have to get XAVIER on the cube. But I'm sure I'd have to get one for my daughter AMELIA too.


  2. Kim m galwayst@hotmail.com21 November 2012 at 02:13

    I have a friend how will soon be a great grandmother at 62! I have know her 16 year old grandaughter (the mum to be), life as a young Mum isn't going to be easy, so I would LOVE to give her something really, really special, that has been made with love like this!

    Kim m

  3. My little man would love it. Although he is William, he does also get Billy and Will. He would do his BLOCK playing with this awesome cube. :)


  4. These are so cute! Simple yet clever :-) It appears my boys are made for these blocks- HAYDEN, ANDREW & XAVIER. All 2 syllables with 6 letters (was pointed out to me when I got home from hosp!) I would love this block for my baby who is 3 months old, my eldest is 4 and high functioning on the autism spectrum. He LOVES letters and numbers and this would provide a great tool to help him interact with his baby brother - it would be for both of them!

  5. Having already bought several of these from pawmark as gifts for family I would love one of these for my own soon to be here bub. Love them!

  6. Oh no my girly has 7 letters! I'd still love to win hr a cube maybe we can compromise nd put her initials instead either way they r gorgeous nd I'm sure little miss Charlie would csrry it everywhere!