Giveaway: three kits from Makedo


Welcome Makedo, we're happy that you are doing a giveaway with us!

What you can win this week :: FreePlay for three, one Flowers, and one Robot kit.

What you have to do :: leave a comment below telling us, what's the first thing that you'd make with your makedo?



Makedo is a connector system that enables materials including cardboard, plastic and fabric to easily join together to form new objects or structures. If you'd like to learn more about how to makedo, click here and here.

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GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED :: The winner is Adzka – congratulations!!

If you did not win this giveaway, do not fret because another one is happening right now.

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  1. Annebeestje

    Oh Yay! I’ve seen these kits before. Love them!
    I’d start by creating a little kitchen cabinet for my 2 year old boy. He loves “helping” me in the kitchen. That would be a great alternative to the more permanent wooden play kitchens since we have limited space at home. Fingers crossed!

  2. barbara

    This is GENIUS!
    I think I’d start with cars for my youngest child who LOVES cars. And then Christmas crafts, and then….

  3. Andrea Kientz

    I think we would to the robot !! Looks so much fun !!

  4. Mathanje

    I’d make the adorable flowers! Now the leaves are falling from the trees we can use a little “bloesem” in our home 🙂

  5. Laura

    Honestly, with a three-year-old who’s starting to really come into her own with imaginative play, I would ask her to draw a picture of something she wanted to build, and we would make whatever she came up with! These kits look like SUPER fun! Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  6. Angela

    These look amazing! I love toys that foster uninhibited imagination. Who wants to play with something that is only solved one way?!

  7. Rian

    I would love to help my son work on completing a robot…Would be great time for the two of us to spend!

  8. julie

    we would make a giant dinosaur – my dauter loves dinosaurs and i have been thinking of how to ‘sculpt’ a giant one.

  9. Jennyroo

    I think my boys might like to make some cars! And then, who knows what might come next?!?

  10. sacha

    The robot is cool- I’d probably bring it in to school and let the kids go wild!

  11. meg stephenson

    I would make a den for my daughter and her little dachshund to play in.

  12. Gabby O

    We love to dance like robots, pick and draw flowers and play freely, but if I had to choose, it would probably be the free play where anything is possible.

  13. Nicky

    My boy is into science so would love to start on inventing a whacky imaginative machine with bits sticking out everywhere and pretend buttons that would get the machine to do things.

  14. Joanne

    My son would love to make his own robot. He would then try and install some sort of motor to make it go. He pulled apart a leapfrog reader the other day to try and make his home made robot talk!

  15. Carla

    Fantastic product! I personally would love to create a recycled box Christmas tree, painted white. All the wrapped presents could be displayed in the boxes and my two kids can Makedo all the decorations….and have hours of fun over the holidays taking it apart Makedo-ing:)

    We would love the Freeplay for Three, as i need some for me!

  16. Noo

    I think it will be a really cool treehouse. That’s in the brain these days.

  17. susan hwang

    how fun! my son was a robot this halloween! would love to win this 🙂

  18. Olivia

    I have been wanting to get one of these! I think I would give it to my youngest brother and see what he would like to make. It looks like so much fun, I might join him too! He’s really into cars and building all kinds of things so this would be perfect.

  19. Mrs. Mordecai

    My son is always inventing things. I think he would make a telephone, or a computer, or a car . . . the real question is what wouldn’t he make?

  20. Brenda

    An extension to my house to fit all my craft supplies! Ahem, you mean what would my two year old make?? A dog. Woof!

  21. Dee

    at a guess, probably a digger/excavator…

    i think this product is BRILLIANT! i love products that encourage imagination and learning instead of “telling” a kid how to play. thanks~!

  22. Erika

    Oh wow these are great, my daughters would love them to use to build cardboard doll furniture!

  23. Maya

    Wow! So so super. I would like to make a hot air balloon with it…and then laze in it, paint, sleep and cloud watch!

  24. J. Morris

    A plain old truck or car will keep my son entertained for ages specially if he can customise it. Great product.

  25. Patricia C,

    My sons are into puppets. So I imagine that’s what they’d start making! Cool kits!

  26. Kristy

    Judging by how much my boys LOVE robots and doing what the picture on the box shows, I think it would be a robot for us!

  27. Jennifer

    this looks awesome. I would love to build some kind of fort with my son.

  28. Dauwke

    I think my sons (3 and 5)wouldn’t stop inventing things when I would leave them in a room with a Free Play Kit. I can think of several things but I know they always surpise me with their own imagination: It could be a kitchen because they want to become cooks, It could be a fire station, to park the fire truck and fire helicopter they love, They would love to make their own aeroplane, a train, a puppet show corner and so much more…

    One thing is for sure I am already a fan 🙂

  29. Veronica

    The first thing that I (I’m a grandma) would be a little
    gnome home. I love making little wooden gnomes, and they
    could always use a new home.
    Love the concept of this set.

  30. lisa

    I think a hoozywatzit… collect some bits and pieces and see who, or what, joins our family!! love it…

  31. Darcy

    the first thing I’d do is give it to my kids and see what they came up with. often their ideas surprise and impress me.

  32. MUS

    het lijkt me (en vooral hen denk ik) geweldig om met hen samen een eigen stad te gaan bouwen
    (…of iets heel anders, een kerstboom …van boom wordt weer boom ;))

  33. Lisa

    I’d make a Hanukkah gift of it, then we’d make a fort/garage first, no doubt.

  34. Natalie B

    As we pull the craft supplies out of the cupboards and dump them on the floor, ready to get creative, I think you could safely say that the first thing that we’d be making with our makedo would be a MESS!

  35. Catherine

    My two would build robots. I love the flowers, though. Wonderful!

  36. andy

    It would have to be large – like a rocket… or jetliner… or the titanic!

  37. Tara

    My daughter and I would invent a village of fantastic creatures together. So fun!

  38. Sarah

    I just saw these at our local toy store last week. Very cool – and would be great Christmas gifts!!

  39. Lexi

    This is awesome! My son loves making things from cardboard and this will save me a lot of scotch tape. He’ll probably
    Make a rocket or a car

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