Sunday, June 22, 2014

Upixel Junior Backpack Giveaway!

We've been pretty lucky with the weather this winter. It's been pretty mild so far. But as the afternoons get shorter and colder I've been looking for some indoor activities for the boys to do.

When I came across this Pixel Art on Down That Little Lane I knew it was something that both the boys and I would enjoy doing together.

We set ourselves up at the dining room table and got to creating a few different designs with our Junior Backpack, pencil cases and handbag.

It was really easy to stick the pixel art on to the silicone  surface of the accessories and it was just as easy to take them off if you made a mistake or if you wanted to change the design.


Here are our designs. We all had fun choosing what we were going to make and scrambling for our favourite colours.

Jasper created a pixel art pencil for his pencil case ;)


I couldn't let the boys have all the fun so I snaffled one of the pencil cases to use as a makeup bag for my handbag.


We chose a peace sign for Noah's back pack


We had lots of coloured pixels left over so we are looking forward to changing the designs around in the future.
Down That Little LaneUpixel Australia are giving away 1 x  Upixel Junior Backpack for you to win.
The Upixel JuniorBackpacks are the coolest kids on the block. Each bag is gridded with 1023 pixel positions for your kids to create a look that they will love to show off. 
The Pixel Backpack Junior provides loads of space for toys, school lunch-boxes or packed for a sleepover and every Pixel Backpack Junior comes with 155-160 free colour Pixels as well.  
You do not need to be an artist to create a totally cool design - you can think up your own or the bag comes with a few ideas to get your little pixel artists started. 
To enter leave a comment below to let me know what is the first thing you're little one would pack in their backpack.

Then follow the prompts in the Rafflecoptor widget below and a winner will be chosen and announced here on the blog and contacted via email.

The competition is open now and will close 29/6/14 at 11.30pm AEST. Open for Australian residents only.

***UPDATED - GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED*** 
WINNER WAS TRACEY DAVIS. CONGRATULATIONS! AN EMAIL HAS BEEN SENT TO YOU TO CONFIRM YOUR PRIZE.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

21 comments:

  1. my little one would pack some books to read :)

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    1. Hi Mel, I have entered for you. You just need to click on the Rafflecoptor and enter either through Facebook or email but consider yourself entered x

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  2. my little one would pack some books to read :)

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  3. I dont have any kids but I want this for my sister :) she can put school supplies in there D

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  4. These are awesome. I would want to snag one for myself too. As for the first thing my daughter would put in - depends on the day. It could be her bestie Stanley or a rock or a piece of Lego or a tiara... You get the idea. The things I find in my bag - it would be great for her to have her own bag to lug her stuff around in. Do the bits come off easily? Would you be finding them all over the house? We have a baby and she has eagle eyes...

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    1. You need to give them a little tug to get them off, I don't think a baby could do it but I wouldn't leave them around near them as the colourful bits might be a bit too enticing to pop in their mouth x

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  5. My little girl would put a musical note on hers ...My son would put a ship on his ....Love Love this idea

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  6. My little girl would put a musical note on hers ...My son would put a ship on his ....Love Love this idea

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  7. What fabulous interchangeable, creative crafting, I love it, and so does Miss 10, it's like lego she can wear and carry around!

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  8. Lego legs, and bodies, and heads , etc
    And jelly beans ...

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  9. At the moment my 3 yr old would pack her handbag a girl can never have too many bags!

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  10. his teddy - never goes anywhere without it!

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  11. Definately snacks! Always hungry!

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  12. Books and hoppy (her favourite little bunny)

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  13. Miss 4 would fill her bag with jewels and a fairy dress. Master 3 would fill his bag with his blankies and toy digger and Miss almost 2 would fill her bag with her favourite funny bunny and a tiara. And Mummy would be thrilled to have something fun for them all to do on those rainy 'stuck inside' days xxx

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  14. My daughters would firstly put their pocket money in it to spend on more pixels at http://www.downthatlittlelane.com.au/sellers/upixel-australia (and maybe a few more treats from Down That Little Lane too ;)

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  15. Awesome books to read - master seven has caught the reading bug and won't go any where with out one or many!

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  16. He loves to play around with making thins. He will probably be packing his crafting sets for sure. And markers and crayons for coloring

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  17. Without a doubt, it would be dinosaurs!!n For BOTH my boys! ;-)

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  18. My daughter said she'd pack: lip gloss, hairties, pretend car keys, tiara and perfume!

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