Wednesday, November 2, 2016
(HGG) Sputtens Giveaway-US-CAN-Ends Nov.22/16
Winter is just around the corner and those little hands are going to get cold when playing outdoors. So I have a giveaway to offer all of you. I received some really cute Sputtens for my grandchildren. Sputtens™ are adorable character mittens designed much like a sock puppet in order to provide superior protection from the elements and maximum fun for toddlers and young children. The owner of the company had small kids and was so tired of mittens struggles with crying kids and wet cold hands so she decided to create Sputtens to save winter fun! Sputtens are extremely warm, water resistant and durable. The majority of the mitten is made with 200 weight fleece for warm and soft protection. The inside of the palm and fingers utilize a powerful waterproof shield to protect snow grabbing hands. Aiden has the Raz & Lou Sputtens and Ava has the Ruby-and-Lioness Sputtens. The color is really purple but look pink with my camera.If you go to https://sputtens.com/shop/ you can see all the different Sputtens offered.The Sizing Information
SMALL: Infants 3-24 months (measure 7 in. from fingertips to elbow)
MEDIUM: Toddlers 2-4 years old (measure 10 in. from fingertips to elbow)
LARGE: Young kids 4 -10 years old (measure 13 in. from fingertips to elbow).
Aiden really likes his End all your mitten hassles and check out their online store and see all the cute characters they offer. All the characters have names and a fun facts so kids love these for creative play. These have a dual purpose as well. They are hand puppets at the same time as being a mitten.When you put them on, you
scrunch the mitt up. slide to the elbow, put the jacket on and your child will be very warm and no snow will get inside the mitten. Now to care for these Sputtens you machine wash, in cold water, turn inside out on gentle cycle. Lay flat to dry.
One lucky person is going to win a pair of Sputtens of their choice. So get the entries in and good luck to everyone.
Thanks so much to the sponsor.
Posted by Darlene Demell at 8:01 PM