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Win a Stunning Handmade Outfit for your Little Lady



Children's clothes come in two forms for me.. the items that I buy they wear to death for a month or so and are the only fit for charity as they have lost their shape and/or colour and then there is the likes of the brand I am going to tell you about.

Quality pieces, designed from the heart and made to last both time and trends.. ArchieBee clothing is inspired by a time when clothing was created to be loved, and children were allowed to be children and I just love that..

You can view the full range of here .



 Those little foxy leggings have just been added to my gift lists for Christmas for little people!


Together in a cross promotion with Babs from Patchwork Cactus, we have a stunning outfit up for grabs from ArchieBee

All you need to do to enter is tell us in 25 words or less;
 What was your favourite game to play as a kid? 
Then follow the prompts in the Rafflecopter widget below to be in with a chance to win.

Competition is open now and closes Sunday 19/10/14 at 11.59pm AEST

47 comments

  1. Catch and kiss - the one game that strikes fear into any parents heart. I instigated many a game of catch and kiss!

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  2. I was big on hide and seek and considered it a win when mum was sent out to call me out of hiding.

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  3. My fave game as a child was hopscotch, the neighbours kids would all join in on the footpath!

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  4. Hide and seek! I was so good at it my parents once called the police as they thought I'd give missing.

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  5. Hopscotch! It was a game that could just pop up anywhere - all you needed was a few friends and some chalk!

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  6. Marbles, it was something that stretched across all generations - I could play with grandpa, dad, my sisters, and now I teach my nieces!

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  7. "mile high hool hooping' Which we thought was like an Olympics gymnastics recital complete with "elegant' gymnastic dance moves while hurling a hoola hoop up into the air and catching it!

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  8. We used to love creating 'whirlpools' in our pool and then trying to walk against them!

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  9. So cute. Would love to win this for my neice!

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  10. My brother, sister and I played hide and seek all the time! I was always too clever and they could never find me!

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  11. I'd play monopoly with my sisters. It was a hoot. Going bust, lending money, being so incredibly wealthy, you can BANK on the sisterly rivalry but it was the best game BUY far!

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  12. I don't think you can go past hide and seek. It was the ultimate game of wits between my brother and I. Being the youngest I thought I was so darn clever when he couldn't find me :P

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  13. Without a doubt it was 'shops' with my sister - selling most precious things. Maybe that's why I'm addicted to Down that Little Lane?!

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  14. Hide and Seek. Most suspenseful game ever!

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  15. When I was a kid, our television broke down. My dad didn't have the money to get it fixed right away. So my 5 brothers and sisters, we later had one more sister, were forced to stop squabling and arguing in the living room, and so we passed time playing board games together! It was fun, and I still remember it.

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  16. Treasure hunting was always fun. Our mum would write out a list: twig, feather, pebble, etc and send us off on a search. It kept us busy for ages & gave mum some breathing space.

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  17. We would build elaborate cubby houses under trees and make paths and roads by sweeping the ground with branches and placing rocks for curbing. FUN!!

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  18. My favourite game was let's pretend inside the varied cubby houses we'd build with the neighbourhood gang

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  19. We used to make plate gardens. Fill old plates with sand and rampage through mum, gran and neighbours gardens to create gardens. Then force parents et al to judge your creations. Somehow everyone got a prize but it was great fun.

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  20. Mud Pies! My sister and me would get foil pie trays, position ourselves between the tap and garden and go crazy all over the footpath.

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  21. Woops posted too early! Fashion shows, dancing to Jem and the Holograms music.
    Knucklebones and elastics, spotlight was a favourite when we were away camping.

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  22. When I was a girl, I loved playing hide and seek, which game could be played anywhere anytime but was always fun.

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  23. Í LOVED pulling every single sheet, quilt cover and towel out of the cupboard and making a cubby! My little ones love it now too x

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  24. We played "Tinsel
    Twister" where we tied our arms and legs together with long lengths of
    tinsel and proceed to play regular twister!!! It's hilarious!

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  25. I loved playing kiss chacey with Jason Smith in grade 1 ;)

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  26. I loved playing backyard cricket with my three brothers! Taught me how to throw a ball properly and compete on the same level as boys :-)

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  27. Loved hopscotch and elestic's. Played them both all through primary school. I can't wait to teach my little baby girl 😊

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  28. Hide and Seek is a favourite - now and then x

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  29. Hopscotch, loved jumping around and using creative chains to throw rather than the standard stones.

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  30. I loved to play doctors and nurses .....not only that I have been an Intensive Care Nurse for the past forty years ,

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  31. French Cricket in the front yard because all the kids in the neighbour would come over too and we all had so much fun!

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  32. I'm an 90's kid so I loved playing with tazo's. Ate way too many Doritos to collect them all!

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  33. Remember that game with the little coloured hoops inside a water-filled thing, and you pressed a button to try to propel them onto a spike? That!

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  34. Playing crocodile crocodile in the pool and always ensuring I had lots of colours on my swimmers so I would always get through.

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  35. I loved playing "Heads Down, Thumbs Up", or "Dead Fish". Our teachers always let us play these on a hot day at school!

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  36. I love peekaboo - always have, always will!

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  37. Dress up. My sis and I used to dress our little brother in all sorts of clothes

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  38. Screaming down the hill outside our house on our trikes

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  39. postman. We loved making envelopes and stamps, writing letters and taking it in turns to be the postman

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  40. Playing spotlight with the neighbourhood kids!

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  41. Playing marbles and forty forty at school!

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  42. We used to get together as a family and play words game: pick up one long complicated word and make as many new words out of it as possible using only letters from that long word. Was a fun challenge!:)

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