29 August 2011

a Lego Hero Factory G I V E A W A Y for brave little Lego fans

Greetings all,
Lego Hero Factory is not for the faint hearted, it's down right monster scary.  But isn't that what children love - transformerish Lego creations which twist & morph into the most frightening & ominous creature they can imagine??  My 4 sweet angelic children love a bit of evil Voldermort kind of horror.
My 7 year old did ask for some assistance in the construction of our complimentary new friend Raw Jaw, the revolutionary ball & socket joints are a bit tough to click in place for little fingers.  We'll be adding to the collection with his heroes Storma, Nex, Bulk & Rocka (they even have back stories on their strengths & abilities!!)  It's really suitable for ages 7-16 or fathers, i know they LOVE their Lego too!!
 The Hero Factory is set in the jungle, they're on a mission to restore peace in Quatros, by defeating the sinister, spell casting Evil Witch Doctor.  New age Lego = a unique code to unlock exclusive content at www.HeroFactory.LEGO.com + a movie on Nickelodeon, of course!!  Go old school & let your children undertake their own imaginery missions, or they can listen to Hero Factory FM for the latest Hero Challenges.  If your child is heavily into computers, there is Hero Recon to customise their own Hero at www.herorecon.lego.com
Raw Jaw is nice & solid, bits have not been falling off him & he's been in a few battles this weekend, yes, including smurfs (i have my original ones from the 1980's, mum saved them for me with my childhood Lego). 
Ok, so he is MUCH loved & has had a few kisses.
Just a little shout out that Lego Creator released Lighthouse Island, Hillside House & Cool Cruiser last month, along with The Hidden Forest, The Knight Bus & Howarts to the Harry Potter range.  For the Star Wars freaks, you can add a bunch of new Lego to your collection with very scary names like Sith Nightspeeder & Ewok Attack - i thought Ewoks were cute, squeaky & cuddly??  Must be wrong.      
Have you noticed this on my side bar "it's always Lego time at our house" keep scrolling.  I queued up almost 2 hours in Canberra Winter to see creations like this cuckoo clock at the Lego Brick Expo - which was so good i spread it over 2 posts here & here.  We are nothing if not devoted to Lego.
Alrighty, the friendly folk at One Green Bean & Lego are offering . . .
3 boxes of Hero Factory to giveaway, value $19.99 each. 
Just follow this blog & leave a comment here, da dah, you're in.  The 3 lucky winners will be drawn randomly, at 9p.m. on Sunday 11th September 2011, good luck!!
Before you go, some feel good Lego facts . . . the Lego Group is still a private family company in Denmark, devoted to children's creative & imagination abilities, available in 130 countries.  Lego was founded in 1932 (the year my daddy was born & the Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened) - a very good year indeed.  Love Posie
PS Massive thanks to all the interesting feedback & comments on yesterday's post!!  I'm responding to everyone with an email contact, such a wonderful, hearty opinions from all sides.  You're the best!!

46 comments:

Leah said...

Lovely giveaway- it's always Lego time here too. Which means just about every shopping trip is looking for a new Lego storage system....

Sarita said...

I have a nephew who would love this!

Sarita said...

I became a follower, too. :)

Prim and Pretty said...

Nelson(7) has finally caught the 'lego bug', he cant get his nose out of it! Question "How many rooms do you devote to lego?" help!

Amy said...

Caden is just getting into Lego. Hubby is so excited by this.

Great giveaway Jennie!

Amy

willow and moo said...

Will would totally love one of those! Thanks for the chance.

Jelly Bean Books said...

My daughter would just love this, but I think my husband would love it even more! What an awesome giveaway :) ~ Christine xx

mel @ loved said...

It would be so wrong of me not to enter this!
Have a great week..x

Kirsty @ Bowerbird Blue said...

Felix has a birthday in a few weeks and would be super excited for some lego. we still have my partners chilhood lego - amazing how well it lasts!

Bree said...

lego rocks - for kids of all ages!

Bree

Michelle said...

What a great giveaway. My boys (and I)LOVE lego! Thankyou
PS already a follower

Frances said...

Great giveaway, thanks for the chance to share the Lego love!!

MonetPaisley said...

We love Lego too! I shall leave the lego heros to the boys though. My girls prefer the houses and camper vans etc. I love that lego is still a family company, now I don't feel so bad about how much it costs... it's good value because even if you lose a few bits you can still play with it and you can keep adding to it and it's a great hand-me-down.

My dad accidentally sent thousands of dollars worth of lego to the tip during a big clean-up. Soooo sad!

Kymmie said...

Oh Lego. It's timeless. Except for the scary bits. My boys are mad for it. At the moment Duplo, but Lego is on its way IN!

xx

LionessLady said...

I have two boys that would go gaga for this!

Tas said...

We didn't get to Legoland when we went to Denmark. Still regretting it. Daresay if we ever go back (with the kids) it will be on the "must do" list...

My boys are just discovering this area of Lego so finges crossed I can win one and say "Look what mummy has. Na na na na na" to them ;)

Leonie said...

Lego madness in our house, both Mstr 8 and Miss 5. We are moving back to Australia this weekend and have suitcase with lots of Lego in it...but there is always room for more!!!! lol

VintageVicki said...

What a fab giveaway :) Don't enter me though as I'm in the UK.

I've just bought the same model for my nephew who is 7 soon - looks like he'll enjoy it.

Bec said...

Oh wow, Lego that transforms - my son would go nuts if he knew about this (he LOVES his Lego and his Transformers)! Thanks for the chance to win!

Tiff said...

Count me in for the Lego!!!My kids love it ... better than spending time on facebook! (might not be able to avoid it at some point though! Ha!)
Just caught up on your last post and it amazed me.. it is a whole new world to me, and weirdly I just got two email this week about offers from people with 'stuff' they want to get out there. Interesting. I have stuck to only posting about my own stuff so far, but if I find stuff I like, I am happy to say. I think I will just keep skipping along, doing my own happy thing. I just love the people i meet here in blogland, and to me honesty is important... except the bit where I might just miss the messy bit of the house when I take photos (because I disregard the mess and I ignore it!)
Thanks for getting me thinking! happy week dear! X

gill said...

My children still love lego and they're in their teens!!

amummy said...

My 4 year old, has just discovered the joys of lego. DH bought him a little 3 in 1 kit and he spends ages making it then taking it apart and making it again.

Sally said...

We too are a house full of Lego lovers and one medium boy would love a new Hero Factory character!!

Bron66 said...

I can see the lego left on the floor from where I type! My guys would love me to win this!

Agnes said...

Gotta love Lego!

Flying Blind... said...

I am not going to tell my son about this, he'd be wanting to set up multiple Blogger accounts to up the odds of winning! x

Brenda said...

You are right Posie, this is a great giveawa. Ryan and Megan would love it!

Nic said...

hehehe despite my post yesterday I make a big exception for Lego! My eldest is crazy about the stuff. It's brilliant, he will sit still for hours at a time concentrating...he's only just turned 5 and put the Jedi Shuttle together all on his own (marked for age 8-12!) So proud ;P He would love this! xx

Taylor Made said...

Who doesn't love Lego thanks for sharing the love around.

Ange Moore said...

Great to know that such a fabulous business is still in family ownership - we love Lego! Thanks for a great giveaway.

Sharyn said...

Thanks for a great giveaway. I am just recycling my boys' Lego for my first grandson. That's 35years of Lego fun around here! Sharyn

Cheryl said...

Oh wow! My nephew is obsessed with a capital O with Lego. He is ADHD and the only time he is totally calm and focused is when he is playing with his Lego. He eat, sleeps and breathes Lego, so I would so love to win this for him.

dizzybloom(at)gmail(dot)com

knitgirl66 said...

Lego is great!! - and I am having so much fun discovering it with my 9 year old son.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

We're big Lego fans here too. The Lego Brick Expo must have been fascinating.

Liz said...

have to love LEGO

Amy @ Flowerflame said...

Great giveaway. Lego is always great fun! xx

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Trish.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

We have lego freaks here too. Those Hero factory monsters are scary.

ally said...

scary good is still good right??!!

sapna said...

I am a follower of your blog...

sapna said...

I am a follower of your blog...

sapna said...

My son who is a big LEGOs fan would love to win this giveaway.
Thanks to you and legos for this giveaway.

Felicity said...

What a fantastic giveaway!! My 2 sons both tell me they want to be lego designers when they grow up :) Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

Felicity said...

I became a follower too :)

Natct said...

Our eldest has started pleeding for lego. Hard to say no so I tell him to write Santa a letter and wait for christmas. I would love to put this in his christmas stocking.

Magi said...

I had a tub of lego back in 1980 which unfortunately we did not keep (though I do have my rods from Kingergarten that year). I can't believe you still have your smurfs! Lego is a staple toy in our family - GO GO LEGO!

Kirsty said...

There is no better toy than lego for little boys or big boys (or mums)!! Thanks for the facts on lego. So glad to here that it is still a private company.