Friday, August 8, 2014

Tea Collection KinderCone Giveaway- Over $4,000 Grand Prize

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Tea Collection KinderCone Giveaway: $4k Grand Prize!

The first day of school can be a bit nerve wracking, and to alleviate some of the anxiety and put a little fun into the day, there is a tradition in Germany where kids are presented with a large, colorful KinderCone or Schultute ("shool-too-teh") filled with school supplies, sweet treats and small gifts. This large cardboard, cone of fun helps kids feel a little better about their big day.

Want help with yours? Enter to win the Tea CollectionKinderCone Giveaway! One lucky grand prize winner will receive a Tea Collection KinderCone, filled with school supplies and treats, for everyone in their child's classroom! Plus, the classroom will also receive a collection of 20 National Geographic books! This is a first day of school party for the entire class!

 Here is what is inside the Tea Collection KinderCone:

One (1) $50 Tea Collection gift certificate

One (1) Germany-inspired activity book from Tea Collection

One (1) custom Tea printed notebook from May Designs

One (1) lunchbox from SoYoung

One (1) set of school and art supplies from Stubby Pencil Studios

One (1) healthy organic snack set from Annie's Homegrown

One (1) cookie pack from Chateau Bakery

One (1) pair of fun temporary tattoos from Tattly

The Tea Collection KinderCone Giveaway only runs until August 17, so be sure to enter today! Viel Gl├╝ck! ('Good luck' in German.)





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