Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.
I thought this giveaway was fitting, seeing as today is Earth Day and the Lorax is a very tree hugging movie (and one of our faves). Hooked On A Hoot sent us this crocheted Lorax hat to review and I can’t get over the cuteness! Logan will be rocking this hat today in honor of Earth Day (well, maybe just indoors seeing as how it’s already approaching the 100’s here in Arizona). We’ll also be playing with our handmade Lorax inspired truffela tree activity today. What are your Earth Day plans?
Hooked On A Hoot didn’t leave out my baby girl, they also sent the sweetest crocheted flower headband and hair pins. These adorable hair accessories can be made in any color and I might just have to borrow them while my baby is still baking. I also have my eye on their zebra hat for newborn photos. I so admire the work of crocheters and knitters. I’ve never gotten past half a crocheted blanket or pot holder. This is one craft that takes a lot of patience and skill. Maybe someday I’ll get back on the crocheting bandwagon, until then I have Hooked On A Hoot to supply me with cute things.
Buy It: Visit Hooked On A Hoot to purchase these products. A purchase is not necessary to enter the giveaway.
Win It: Hooked On A Hoot is giving away winner’s choice of a Lorax hat, owl hat or Hello Kitty hat (winner’s choice of size). This giveaway is open to US residents. This is a Rafflecopter giveaway, you must open up the post for the widget to appear. The first entry is mandatory, the rest are extra ways to enter. Remember to leave an email address and good luck!
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