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Harumika Giveaway

Harumika Fashion Design DollNext up on our 12 Days of Giveaways is another Hottest Holiday Toys Award-Winner.  I fell in love with Harumika when I received it for review in July (full review + video of my three year old creating a fashion design with Harumika).

And when I say “fell in love with” I mean that I actually play “Project Runway” with it at night when my daughter is sleeping.

It is a simple and creative toy that any future fashion designer will love.  You simply drape fabric around the mannequin and then press the excess into the rubber “style lock system” with the stylus.

Reuse old fabrics, add stickers, photograph and share your design–this is a toy that never gets old and your child will not outgrow until the kid is ready for a first sewing machine.

WANT IT: Harumika sets start at a grab-bag, stocking-stuffer, or one night of Channukah budget-friendly $11.

WIN IT: For our 12 Days of Giveaways, Harumika is generously offering a package of their: I Heart Harumika Style Starter Set, Paris, Scene Queen Style Starter Set, France Designer Dress Form Set, Jewel Tone Style Accent Set, School Days Style Accent Set (ARV $50).

  • Required Entry:Leave us a comment on this post letting us know about your child’s design inspiration.
  • Additional Entries (up to three): You can receive up to three additional entries by linking to and/or sharing our Hottest Holiday Toys Guide (see rules at the bottom of the guide) and leaving separate comments on this post for each mode of entry.

Contest on ends December 1, 11:59 PM EST. Open to U.S. Shipping Only.

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Candace is the co-editor and co-founder of Mamanista. She is an educational consultant and writer.

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46 Responses to "Harumika Giveaway"

  1. Barbi says:

    I think my daughter’s fashion inspiration is likely Betsey Johnson. She pairs long pigtails with orange shorts, knee high yellow socks, black patent leather shoes, and a feather boa. She thinks she looks fabulous and runway worthy!

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  3. Tishawn Montero says:

    I think the products are great. So much fun!

  4. Nicole says:

    My daughter’s design inspiration is Wicked Witch of the West meets Angelina Ballerina, with a boho streak. Black boots, and dresses with as many layers of furbelow as possible. When she saw the navy pinstripe dress I was wearing yesterday she said, “Ooooooh, Mommy, I love your witchy dress! Its beautiful!” But lately, she’s been throwing all that out the window and demanding to wear her pink polka-dot bathing suit with nothing over it outside, in NYC in Nov. With swim cap. Don’t know what the inspiration for that is, except maybe just plain Crazy.

  5. Jennifer says:

    I think my daughters’ inspiration is ME!
    I definitely DON’t dress like the typical mom, which gets some serious hairy eyeballs from people.
    Not sexy – just eccentric. My daughter is known as Fashionista (literally and really) by the teachers. She is 4, but she picks out a different hat to wear daily (i have no input on it) and she has reasons for each hat. They are a wide variety too!
    And she has a very tomboyish/punkrock/whimsical style.

    I would love you to see some of the outfits she picks out! :)

  6. My child’s design inspiration is herself. She puts together outfits and (at four) has already come up with things that she wants to design. It is crazy.

    Just stopping by to say hello! We met at the Bloggers Brunch last week.

  7. Ellen C. says:

    My niece’s inspirations come from animal prints probably because her mom is into them. Thanks for the chance.

  8. Amber G says:

    My daughter’s design inspiration is Gwen Stefani!

  9. kathy dunaway says:

    Nature things are big right now.Animals,flowers,fish and bright colors.She likes what she likes:)

  10. Noreen says:

    Right now I would have to say fairies and princesses. she loves long flowy stuff with pink and blues

  11. Kristi C says:

    My child’s fashion inspiration is classic prep with some multi-color shoes thrown in.

  12. Susan Maj says:

    I would love to win this for my daughters. I am out of work and it would make a great X-mas gift!

  13. Susan Maj says:

    Oops, my childs design inspiration comes from project runway. They are constantly using scraps of material or whatever they can get their hands and to make clothes for their barbies.

  14. Kristie says:

    My daughter is always changing her clothes and trying out what matches what. She would love this if she were old enough-I’d actually like to win for my niece! :-)

  15. Julie L. says:

    My daughters fashion inspiration is probably Hello Kitty. :-)

  16. Monique Rizzo says:

    Thanks for the chance.

  17. Clarissa Neiding says:

    my daugther is sort of Nelly from Little house on the pararie. She always has a big bow in her hair and wears lots of dresses.

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  20. tracy davis says:

    I think the products are great. So much fun

  21. MaryBeth says:

    Miss N is casual and laid back. Miss E. is girlie – girl and dressed to the nines.

  22. Shilo Beedy says:

    My daughter gets her fashion from a combination of things at the moment. She wears pink still at the age of 9 and I think she gets in from princesses. She also wears things from Wizards of Waverly Place and Hannah Montana.

  23. Elizabeth J says:

    I think my daughter’s design inspiration is herself. She knows what she likes and is not afraid to give her opinion about clothes!

  24. Kathy says:

    My niece’s inspirations come from High School Music I would have to say….

  25. Jaclyn Reynolds says:

    My daughter gets inspired by anime, she’s always sketching the most amazing little characters. She’s love to have any of these products!

  26. judy brittle says:

    My granddaughter loves pairing tutu’s with pants and bright colors
    Its the big thing at school and she loves creating new combinations. Thank you!

  27. judy brittle says:

    I shared your Hottest Holiday Toys Guide on Twitter

  28. lace says:

    My nieces design inspiration is her own imagination. She pairs fun tights with skirts and tutus and as many accessories as possible.

  29. Erma says:

    My daughter’s design inspiration is Wicked Witch of the West meets Twilight.

  30. Kim H. says:

    My girl’s design inspiration is bright and bold colors. She is drawn to them!

  31. Karen Gonyea says:

    Great products :)

  32. Mary Morgon says:

    I love this toy. Great for designer wanna be’s!

  33. Rebecca says:

    Sounds awesome to me!

  34. lilshuga2001 says:

    My niece is a big fan of TWILIGHT! and her room is all decked out in that stuff!!

  35. kathy pease says:

    my daughter loves clothes and fashion she would go nuts over this :)

  36. Stephanie says:

    My neices designs and style is a bit wacky it’s hip hop meets back in the hills country Ellie Mae aint got nothing on her LOL!! She would love to get this as a gift this year.

  37. Gianna says:

    I can’t say she has a person that inpires her. She is into casual and girly dresses :)

  38. Lily Kwan says:

    I would say nature.

  39. dawn says:

    My daugters inspirations are animal prints I guess. Anything striped or printed whether it matches or not.

  40. Jessica says:

    It would have to be icarly

  41. Marina says:

    My daughter draws out wedding gowns and some outfits on paper. She designs dresses for her dolls. Most of the time she uses toilet paper and tape. She even has paper drawn her ideal wedding dress. She looks at harumika and told me that would be cool to have. We are unable to afford a real sewing machine. This would be perfect for her. Please, she DESERVES it!!!

  42. marina says:

    hola qe asco nose donde se pone el concurso

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