Win £30 of Djeco Toys or Craft Kits

Recently I asked some fellow bloggers to help me with some reviews of Djeco toys and crafts, which are some of my absolute favourite products. They really did me proud and here is a round up of the products they tried out.

I’m always on the look out for other bloggers interested in reviewing products, so if you’d like to have a go, tweet me or leave a comment on my Facebook page (or in the comments here).

To celebrate their blogging efforts, one commenter on this post will win a £30 voucher to spend on PlayMerrily Toys on Djeco products. All you have to do is tell me any product you like the look of (you don’t have to buy that one if you win!) Competition is open in the UK & will close on 31st March.


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  1. says

    Wow I’d actually never heard of Djeco before, it all looks gorgeous.
    There is so much to choose from, but I think what caught my eye the most was the “Djeco Exquisite Orient Marker Pen Art Kit” as it just looks so sumptuously beautiful and my arty India-mad daughter would love it.

    I’d also be interested in reviewing things for you :)

  2. emma says

    It all looks lovely but I like the chunky toddler puzzles, the stacking blocks with the wee animals and the pull along doggy. I’m not good at craftiness but there are some lovely, lovely things x

  3. says

    I’ve wanted to try out the Djeco art kits for my girls ever since a review on this blog ages ago, but they’re still slightly on the young side for such nice sets Heehee. But I’ve just seen the “Djeco Discover Colours Craft Kit” for 4-6 years so will have to look through again to see what else I’ve missed! I think the chalk markers would be another hit with them, and “wipe clean” is a hit with me 😆

  4. says

    Oh wow I just love Djeco toys! The dragonfly beads sound brilliant (and would be perfect for us, with a three year old who is both obsessed with beads and dressing up, but also not-too-hot on fine motor skills and in need of some practice.)

  5. says

    I was interested when I saw Wondering Wanderers post on the fancy pens, but I think both my girls would have fun with the mosaics- I imagine they’d go for flowers (sigh) but its an amazing range you have.

  6. says

    We have the topanimo stackers and LOVE them, they have been very well played with and are still in great condition. I think my 2 year old daughter would really enjoy the beads :)

  7. says

    I love the Wooden Toy Barbecue BBQ, we are having the first one of the year this afternoon and I know my son would love to be like his Daddy!

    We would love to help review too if you are looking for anyone else :) Have a fab day.

  8. says

    I have to say I adore the wooden BBQ – it would be great at keeping Emmy away from our BBQ which was brought back into play at the weekend.

    I would be happy to help with some reviews for you x

  9. Rachel Simons says

    We love the Djeco Jewellery Making Kit – Gabrielle My daughter would love to do this she’s very creative.

  10. says

    I have never heard of Djeco before, but they look like they make a lovely selection of toys….we especially like the craft kits and puzzles, although my youngest daughter loves the kitchen :)

  11. Rachel Humphries says

    I adore the little pink wooden cooker – I know my daughter would love it, but to be honest so would her brothers

  12. says

    Hi, I would love to buy the stacking picture cubes! My little boy loves knocking things over. I would love to be a reviewer for you too!

  13. says

    Wow! I’d never seen any Djeco toys before, but I love so many of them; the kitchen, the art/craft kits and the toddler toys (shame my youngest is now 3!), but my favourite would probably be the observation jigsaws? A brilliant idea, combining a Where’s Wally?-type picture with the challenge of a jigsaw. I think I’ll be buying one like this for my eldest when he turns 6 soon.

    I’d also really love to have the chance to review things for you (I have five-year-old and three-year-old boys, and a four-year-old girl). Xx

  14. Maggie says

    I like the Kirigami paper balls :) I think these would be fun for all of us, even though the youngest is 12 :o)

  15. Lucy says

    I really like the pull along cat and chunky safari jigsaw which would be perfect for my little boy who has not long turned one! We’d also love to test any toys or craft kits in the future, even though he’s a boy I’m determined he’s going to be crafty :) Lucy x

  16. says

    Loads of great looking craft to try. We had the mosaic for Christmas and my daughter loved it. Like the look of the sand art though as well as the stickers. The mosaic was really good quality. My daughters would love all the craft kits I think!
    We really enjoyed reviewing the Fimo for you last year and we’d love to be on the list for any future reviews. My daughters are just 7 and 4 and love any kind of craft and making.

  17. says

    There are so many wonderful things, its hard to actually specify just one thing! I have children from 9-22months, so hard to think what they would all enjoy. Anyway enough of the waffle! I think I have to go for the picnic hamper as its something I’ve never seen before, and even though it suggests 5+ my youngest would still love playing with it.

    You see now I have to go and have another look with the youngests and eldests birthday’s in mind for May!

    I would love to review products if there is any opportunity! on twitter @mrsshortiesmind

  18. says

    Love the look of the blue cow shape sorter and William is really in to shape sorting right now :) It’s different to the normal shape sorters you find in ELC etc. and I think Will would love it!

  19. Sue says

    Funnily enough, I am bidding on a Maggie shape sorter on ebay after reading a review of it on Bambino Goodies!! Their products look fantastic online and I have to say, their website had my 10-month old daughter entranced this morning!! :o)

  20. Elizabeth White says

    We’ve enjoyed several of the Djeco sets. My daughter had the 5 continents mandala sand art set which was far superior in quality and outcome to any similar sets we’ve tried in the past. She has also had the gel pastel set which she loved. My younger son is sometimes a bit fed up when he can’t play with the bigger children’s art sets so he was really excited to get the cats collage craft set. He was only just 4 when he did it and he actually completed all the pictures one after another because he loved doing it so much. There are loads of other Djeco sets we want to try, in particular the mosaic and stencil ones. It’s lovely to find a brand which is such high quality and fun and allows the children to produce creations they’re really proud of.

  21. Phillippa Gibson says

    My 10 & 8 year old girls LOVE the colouring sets and they look so stunning when they’re completed. My 4 year old daughter loves the collage sets, the only problem is that she wants to do them all with 10 minutes of getting one!

  22. says

    We have a couple of Djeco puzzles and they are fantastic quality! My little one (almost 3) would love the Daisy and Friends Shaped Farm Jigsaws and the Tropical Fish Magnetic Game and my oldest (6) would love the Super Hero Art Kit! If I was buying for me as the only girl in the house, I would have to choose the pom pom maker and the gorgeous little french knitting dolly, reminds me of when I was little although my wooden one was no where near as pretty!!!! Of course, if you need more reviewers, we would be more than happy to help!

  23. Kathryn Johnson says

    My 5 year old daughter loves the Djeco Glitter markers and gel pastels because they come in gold!!! She played with the gold and pink Djeco pastels at a friends house and searched everywhere for them afterwards as wanted to spend her birthday money on these products- finally finding them on your website! A very happy customer.

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