Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Cardooo Cards Giveaway

Last week we had two birthday celebrations to enjoy, so it was perfect timing to receive some Cardooo Cards. Cardooo Cards that are available exclusively through Asda and they are more than just a greeting card.



The first thing we noticed were the designs, they are so bold and colourful and definitely appealing to children. Once you open the card you will see a fun filled activity booklet that the kids will love.


Inside this 4th birthday card there are lots of activities for the birthday child to enjoy. Colour in the 4 parrots or find your way through the jungle maze with a 4 shaped river. 


This happy birthday card has a game inside which you can pull out, make your own dice and pieces to play.

It's so strange that this type of card has popped up as it was just recently Daddy and I were talking about how sad it is when cards just get thrown in to the recycling or bin. Now I know some people will use the fronts of cards to do other things with but I know the majority just get thrown out.  It's such a shame as cards can be quite expensive and after the initial opening they usually just sit on the mantlepiece.

With the Cardooo Cards they can be enjoyed for weeks later instead of your lying around. They are like a mini activity book and because of the size are perfect for on the go too.

There are lots of Cardooo cards to choose from including ages (3-7), Happy Birthday and Get Well Soon. The designs are appealing to both boys and girls too.

*****

What We Loved

Great quality 
Gorgeous designs
Lots of activities and stickers included. All kids love stickers
Perfect for keeping the kids entertained whilst out and about
Priced at just £3 which is less than I have paid recently for a character birthday card.

What Could Improve

The age ranges. I know plenty of 2 year olds that would love these. I think older kids would too . . maybe ages 2-9 instead?

*****

Cardooo Cards are currently priced at £3 and you can view the full range of cards by visiting Cardooo

If you would like the chance to win 3 Cardooo Cards of your choice you can enter my giveaway below. All I ask is that you answer this very simple question.

Q: What do you do with your old greeting cards?

Win 3 Cardooo Cards Of Your Choice

GOOD LUCK



Terms And Conditions
Competition closes on Tuesday 20th October 11:59PM
Entrants must have a valid UK address
Bulk, third party or any other entries using automated software will be disqualified
All entrants and entries are checked and verified.
1 lucky winner will be chosen at random by the Gleam application.
Mummy2Monkeys will contact the lucky winners within 3 days of the competition closing.
The winners must respond within 7 days. If no response a new winner will be chosen.
This prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
The prize is 3 Cardooo Cards of your choice 

50 comments:

  1. I keep any handmade ones. With cute cards, I usually give them to my little girls to create collages, and with the rest, I pop in those card recycling/charity bins that the supermarkets usually have out after Christmas.

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  2. I keep some of them (I'm a bit sentimental) and then I cut up others to make into new greetings cards or to use a gift tags for presents. Anything left over gets recycled!

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  3. I cut out the pictures in a random shape and use them as gift tags in the future, all special occasions or milestone birthdays are kept the rest get recycled for charity xx

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  4. My son generally cuts them up and makes pictures out of them. If he does not then I recycle them.

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  5. Some I keep but others I recycle. I keep all my sons birthday cards for him to look at when he is olderr

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  6. I let the kids use them - they cut pictures out of them and glue them into one big picture!

    Ashleigh

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  7. I make gift tags out of old ones and if they are not suitable, I use them to write shopping lists on the back of or get the kids to make collages out of them. They then go in the recycling.

    @rachiegr

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  8. Cut them up for bookmarks, and the rest to recycling usually.

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  9. We give them to the school who recycle them

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  10. write shopping list on the back of them

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  11. I make gift tags out of suitable ones and the children make puzzles out of the others.

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  12. I usually recycle them, or let my son use them as colouring card.

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  13. We recycle the ugly ones and cut up the pretty ones for gift tags.

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  14. My kids keep their special ones in a scrap book. But I turn unwanted ones into postcards to enter competitions with for the kids.

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  15. Recycle them. I had a neighbour who would cut them up and turn them into gift tags.

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  16. I usually recycle...but as am getting older am getting more sentimental and keeping them!

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  17. We recycle them, though keep a few good ones for the memories xx

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  18. I keep them and then recycle them as gift tags.
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  19. WE USE THEM FOR THE ARTS AND CRAFTS BOX

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  20. We recycle them :) and maybe keep some

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  21. I use some for postcards and tags, and recycle the rest.

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  22. We cut the pictures out to use as gift tags and then put the rest in our recycling box

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  23. Sometimes I make postcards out of them for entering competitions

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  24. I keep all my children's ones and recycle the others :)

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  25. I make gift tags out of them.

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  26. Recycle them or use them to make postcards

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  27. my children use them to make pictures/collages

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  28. I keep them until the following year, to help me write out the new christmas cards, then I cut them up for gift tags

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  29. I save the really nice one's and recycle the rest x

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  30. bin them unless they are hand made or especially cute

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  31. My son uses old cards for arts and crafts.

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  32. I always keep the cards we send to each other, the children and the ones the children give us. I have a special wooden treasure box and they all go in there! With other cards, we love crafting, so I will often use images off cards in our own scrapbooking, cardmaking or label / gift tag making!

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  33. I recycle most greeting cards but keep an occasional one from the children.

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  34. I keep special ones and recycle the others.

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  35. Keep certain ones, make gift cards out of any that are suitable & recycle the rest :)

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  36. some i keep, other i let my grandaughter cut up for scrapbooks x

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  37. Thanks for the chance. I recycle all old greeting cards, Christmas and birthday! :-)

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  38. The Christmas cards we sometimes cut up and use as tags for presents

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