Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Crazy Forts Review + Giveaway!!! #HolidayGiftGuide



Do you have an active and imaginative child like I do? Worried about the cold weather coming and limiting play? Then you definitely want to check out Crazy Forts!


We've tried building forts before using tables, chairs, furniture, and blankets but inevitably they come tumbling down. When I received the 69 piece set of Crazy Forts I knew that my son would be ecstatic!
The set comes with 25 purple balls and 44 green sticks. The balls have several holes to link sticks in that will help you build any angle! When the balls and sticks are linked together your child builds the shell of a fort. Just add a sheet!


Now what's even more awesome about this creative toy is that the website helps out tremendously if you are spatially challenged like me! The Design Ideas section of the website not only gives great ideas of things to build but gives step by step directions how to build them! Don't limit yourself though...let the creative juices flow! The great thing about Crazy Forts is that they can be ANYTHING your mind wants them to be AND something different the next day!


The pieces are super durable and and easy to use so I can see years of fun with this toy as it can definitely grow with my son! My husband said "Wow this IS really easy...and cool!".


It took about 10 minutes for the hubby and son to build the igloo fort and from there the fun began! I tried to take a video but he was moving too quickly!





Next thing I knew they were in Ryley's bedroom and look what I found! A rocket ship!





The only thing I would change is the storage. There are a lot of pieces and nothing to store them in! I will have to invest in a bag to keep the pieces together but the value of the toy itself outweighs this little detail.


Crazy Forts also have Crazy Forts Lights available for purchase separately that hook onto the purple balls to light up inside the fort! How cool!


I love this toy and so does Ryley! Visit Crazy Forts on their website or Facebook.


The 69 piece set of Crazy Forts retail for $54.99 on Amazon.com  but at the time I am writing this review are on sale for $39.59.

Buy one! You can find where to buy Crazy Forts near you by clicking here.
Win one! Crazy Forts are giving away a 69 piece set for a lucky Party of 5 reader! (Must live in the Continental U.S.)

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** Disclosure** The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Winner must be from the continental US or Canada

11 comments:

debijackson said...

love how cute they are debbie jackson
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latanya t said...

you can build so many different things

Jennifer Young said...

Because my daughters LOVE to build forts and this looks so much fun!

Natalie said...

So versatile! And it would stop my boys from pulling chairs and pillows and everything from around the house to build forts.

Tara Oliver said...

They don't require getting couch cushions out!

lana said...

I would love it for my boys would keep them busy for hours

Anne N. said...

I like how you can create different forts.

Shay said...

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Mayla Moore said...

I like that it would encourage cooperation between my boys. I also like all the design possibilities!

Candace Barrow said...

My son can design it many different ways. Easy clean up :)

Elizabeth Parker said...

It's a creative outlet. :) The child is only limited by their imagination. :)