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{WIN} A Mixed Bag Of Combo Blocks From EverBlock Worth R900

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What do you get when you combine the genius of building blocks with recycled, giant cardboard? 

EverBlock Jr.

And if your kids are anything like mine, then they’re in building, stacking, trashing and rebuilding heaven. And if you kids are as obsessed with boxes the way Ava is, then it’s doubly heavenly! 

About EverBlock Jr.

EverBlock Jr. is a light-weight life-size building block made from recycled, premium corrugated cardboard for strength and durability. It is also eco-friendly, chemical free and 100% recyclable.

EverBlock® Jr. is a life-sized cardboard building block system that lets you build all kinds of oversized objects.

Simply stack blocks and alternative sizes, colours, and the configuration of the blocks to build nearly anything. The EverBlock’s unique connector-lug system allows blocks to nest neatly on-top of one another while keeping blocks aligned and connected.

Building is limited only by your imagination and is quick, fun, and simple by design.

Best of all, no tools or glue is required. The EverBlock Jr. system also arrives completely flat packed and once your kids are done building and creating, you can repack is all back into the flat pack box for next time. 

The blocks are easy to assemble and come in a variety of sizes and colours. Kids can also draw on them or decorate them to ramp up their creativity and fun! 

EverBlock Jr. is available exclusively through the local agent, for more information, you can send them an email using this address:  info@everblocksa.co.za

Or win a mixed combo box worth R900 here:

Complete the Rafflecopter entry form to be eligible to win! 

T’s & C’s

Competition closes at Midnight on the 11th June.

For the full T’s & C’s visit: https://goo.gl/WKaAH7
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Winners will be announced on social media and contacted via email.  

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