Thursday, April 29, 2010

Kiddy Kuvers: Chocolate Circle Chair Kiddy Kuver Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to the lucky winner ~ Edyta #39!

Our Kiddy Kuvers are perfect for getting your resistant toddler or preschooler to join in the meal time fun with the rest of the family, at the table. We offer a variety of prints and can personalize them for your child, embellish or keep them simple.

Kiddy Kuvers have a convenient pocket for easy access & storage of bibs, cloths, utensils, or whatever else might be easy to keep at the table.

Standard size fits up to 19.5" across the back of the chair, and approximately 45" laid out flat (will fit a standard Parsons chair). We also offer coordinating floor mats to help with accidental drops and spills.

Easy to wipe clean or machine wash if needed. Save yourself the hassle of chair scrubbing and floor mopping!!

Easy clean up, less mess!

Oh boy...my son is the messiest eater! He is constantly spilling food and wiping it everywhere - on his clothes, on the chair....UGH! Thank goodness for Kiddy Kuvers. Now my chair stays clean!

The cover fit well. I really like the design with the two back pockets. The easy ties in the back keep it nice and snug. These covers come in a nice variety of fabric styles and would be great for your child.

One lucky winner will win their very own Kiddy Kuver in the Chocolate Circles print you see below!

MANDATORY ENTRY: Visit their website and tell me something else about this company not mentioned.

If not completed, your additional entries will be disqualified from winning.

Click "comments" below this posting and leave a message as your entry. It's that simple! Be sure to leave your email address so I can contact you if you're the lucky winner. You do not need to have a Google account to comment. You may do so with just your name.

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**This giveaway ends on May 6th and is open to U.S. residents. **Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. **The winner will be announced on May 7th.

Product received for review. All opinions are my own.

56 comments:

  1. The idea for Kiddy Kuvers came about when Christine became tired of looking at the old, tattered beach towel covering her preschooler's seat at the table. She wanted something functional, but attractive to take its place, and came up with the idea for Kiddy Kuvers. What a smart mom, I definitely need one of these!

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  6. Why do I need this? Because my 3-year-old is A MESS. The fabric on the chair she sits on is completely disgusting and I am always wishing I could just pull it off and wash it - with this I could!

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  8. From their site: The idea for Kiddy Kuvers came about when Christine became tired of looking at the old, tattered beach towel covering her preschooler's seat at the table. She wanted something functional, but attractive to take its place, and came up with the idea for Kiddy Kuvers.

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  12. I need this for my mom. She watches my two girls and my sister's son during the work week. They are all under two, so she could really get some use out of it!

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  13. I learned that kiddy kuvers was created by a mom- those are usually the best products!
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  15. I would love this because my dining room chairs are practically destroyed! This would also be great for bringing to family's homes to save the embarrassment!
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  16. Tweet! http://twitter.com/contestaddict/status/13165536739

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  18. this was thought up by a very talented mommy who was just tired of the 'towel' covering the chair.
    great idea!
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  19. I learned that right now on their wesite there is 13 different fabric patterns to choose from.

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  20. I subscribe via e-mail.

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  21. I follow you on twitter @jmeelle.

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  22. I need a Kiddy Kurver b/c I have a 2 1/2 year old and end up washing our seat cusions on a daily basis. This is such a fabulous idea!

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  23. Tweet! http://twitter.com/contestaddict/status/13263377856

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  24. I need this because I will soon be watching my niece and can use all the help I can get!

    Thanks for the chance.
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  26. this is so cute!!!!i really like the blue and orange dot...!!!
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  27. Tweet! http://twitter.com/contestaddict/status/13378550001

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  28. This was designed by a mom who was tired of using a towel over her little one's chair.

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  29. Kiddy Kuvers was a collaboration between Christine Vella and Angela Bryan to create a functional and attractive way to protect seats from toddler eating mayhem.
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  30. I subscribe via email.
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  31. I subscribe via Google Reader.
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  32. I'm a fan of Kiddy Kuvers on Facebook under username Jennie Tilson.
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  33. I need a Kiddy Kuver because my messy two-year old won't sit still to eat. I'm constantly wiping down the dining room chair.
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  34. Tweet! http://twitter.com/contestaddict/status/13463947815

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  35. The idea for Kiddy Kuvers came about when Christine became tired of looking at the old, tattered beach towel covering her preschooler's seat at the table. She wanted something functional, but attractive to take its place, and came up with the idea for Kiddy Kuvers.

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  36. It was created by a mom when she realized the need for a cover to protect her chair. It's such a cute idea!

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  37. I learned that Kiddy Kuvers can be purchased with or without a monogram.
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  38. Email subscriber
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  39. Subscriber in Yahoo reader
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  40. I follow you on Twitter @atydec
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  41. I need a Kiddy Kuver because my daughter's chair is always cover in yogurt, chocolate etc. She doesn't want to sit on a towel but I think a special, pretty cover like this one would do the trick.
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  43. This is such a great idea, perfect for our craft table!

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  45. I follow on Twitter! pyrodamsel

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  46. Kiddy Kuvers FB fan, Jenna Marie-Wood

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  47. I need a kiddy kuver because we have some old thrift store chairs in the craft room because they are 'expendable' and these covers would help add color and style!

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  48. Why do I need this? Because my 3-year-old is A MESS.

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  49. Tweet! http://twitter.com/contestaddict/status/13502578195

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  50. Angela Bryan is a high school teacher and mom of 4 girls ranging in age from 5 to 16 years old.

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  51. http://twitter.com/klp1965/status/13520336900

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  52. http://www.facebook.com/#!/KathyLPease?v=wall&story_fbid=120535447966344&ref=mf

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  53. i have one raggedy chair that this would look great on :)

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  54. Kiddy Kuvers can be purchased with or without a monogram.

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