Haba Sand Digging Set from Moolka.com

Can you believe it?  This is the very last of the dkSummer Fun Giveaways!  A  Sand Digging Set ($27.99 retail) from the German toy company Haba.  Whether your kids enjoy playing in the sandbox, or if they’re beach babies, they’ll get a lot of enjoyment out of this very colorful set.  It includes a shovel, a two-sided sand scoop, two balls, a cute little adjustable hardhat, and a bucket.

This Haba toy is being given to one lucky reader from Moolka.com, an online toystore featuring a wide variety of European toys and children’s furniture.  As you shop you’ll have no problem telling where the toy was manufactured, so you can be reassured of its safety.  And if you’re into cute, they’ve got cute! Maybe it’s because my son is getting a little older now, but I’ve really been into kid’s furniture and all the little tables and chairs, etc., and Moolka.com has a darling selection.

Are you ready to enter the last dkSummer Fun Giveaway?  Good!  Let’s get to it!

3 Ways to Enter:

1.) Leave a comment after visiting the Moolka.com site. Tell me which toys you are the most interested in, or you can tell me something you like about the site in general. (Winners are chosen at random, but if the first winner selected does not claim the prize, the second winner is chosen based on comment originality. So have fun with your comment!)

2.) Subscribers are automatically entered into this and all future giveaways. Just click here: Subscribe to dkMommy Spot by Email (Please make sure to verify your Feedburner subscription by responding to the email they send you. If you don’t receive it, check your junk mail. Only verified subscriptions are entered for all the giveaways.)

3.) Blog about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to this post.

Do all three, and you’ve got three entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Wednesday, July 2, 2008, to enter.

Find all the ongoing dkMommy Spot Giveaways here!

137 thoughts on “Haba Sand Digging Set from Moolka.com

  1. The Tunnel Track toy looks like lots of fun. My son would love to have something like that. I don’t think I am the only one who thinks that — it’s out of stock!!!! but it is really neat how they will email when it is back in stock.

  2. I love the Ball Track Construction set. It looks like it would keep my son busy for hours! Thanks for the great giveaway! :)

  3. The Arranging Game 1001 nights would create many nights of fun at my house…probably 1001 nights. My twins love these types of learning games/puzzles and especially after our recent visit to Disney World, this arabian theme game would be all smiles.

  4. I really like the Dollhouses. This is a great site because there are so many different ways of looking for something: age, price, and category.

  5. I like the indoor gardening set, my little girl has been really interested in growing things lately.

  6. I really like the Colored Farm Peg Puzzle from Djeco – the characters of the animals are so very cute!

  7. I just love going to the beach – these toys bring back memories of when I was a little one! It would be great to win them!

  8. I’m in love with all the cool jewelry cases and colorful balls. I could spend hours there!

  9. I like all the little labs products since I have a budding scientist on my hands. I would pick the Stepping inot Science pack first and I also really like the look of the Physics set too.

  10. I loke the project tools so that my boys can help me around the house. Please and thank you.

  11. They have such a great selection at Moolka. I think the Bits And Bobs Pin Board would be great in my girls’ room. Thanks!

  12. The Chalet Dollhouse with Furniture from Plan Toys is really unique. I’ve never seen a dollhouse that looks like that. I love the bathroom. It’s got a little bathtub and a little toilet. It’s so cute!!

  13. I love a Djeco firetruck that is on the site and many other items. Since I have both boys and girls, I found many items that my family would love.

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