Today’s giveaway is brought to you by Mattel. I’m giving away a Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Doll on my dad blog. My girls have a million naked Barbie dolls, but they don’t have one that lets you design and create your own personalized hair extensions on an ink jet printer. Hairtastic! I wonder what they will think of next? Maybe a doll that reminds kids to do their chores. That would be nice.
The hair extension design process sounds fairly easy — you just go online to design your hair extension. You can upload your own images for your design or use the special Barbie content featured in the design tool (hundreds of designs to choose from). After your design is finish, you can use any inkjet printer to print your design on hair paper (included in the doll kit). Then you peel the extension off and attach it to your hair with the barrette clip (also included in the kit — one for you, and one for Barbie).
The Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Doll includes a Barbie doll, sixteen printable hair extensions, and six assorted hair clips. The Barbie doll kit is intended for children six and up. It retails for $32.99.
Thanks to Mattel, a reader of my dad blog will win the Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Doll. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Wednesday, October 19th (Pacific time). The giveaway is limited to readers located in the U.S. To enter the giveaway, let me know in the comments area below how many Barbie dolls your kid owns.
Two Bonus Entries (leave a separate comment for each entry)
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“I want to win a Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Doll @BarbieStyle @daddyforever http://daddyforever.com/2011/10/12/mattel-barbie/”
Note: you can tweet multiple times, but you can only claim one bonus entry for tweeting.
[Disclosure: I did not receive anything for hosting this giveaway. The giveaway prize will be provided by Mattel, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my dad blog. I am not liable for the prize. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]