Clothes Peg People Making Kit Giveaway

As you know we’ve had a lot of fun making all kinds of clothes peg people/fairies/mermaids/superheros/princesses recently…

Peg People CollageThen last week Maia wanted to give a pack for making clothes peg people to a friend for her birthday present. While I was making one kit, I made another one so we could have a  giveaway here at the Green Dragonfly 🙂

So if you would like to win the fun pack of goodies with everything you need (ok, you will need glue, a marker and come creativity of your own) to create your own clothes peg people…Clothes peg people give away…then leave a comment below. Ill draw the winner next Monday June 17.

Open to anyone, anywhere in the world who would like to make some clothes peg fun with a child they know! Good luck!

56 thoughts on “Clothes Peg People Making Kit Giveaway

  1. Shannon Stone says:

    I think this would be a fun project for me and my 4 year old my other two might like it as well i qould love to know how to make these


  2. Olivia says:

    Hi! When I first saw your peg people I thought they were fantastic but here in Switzerland we can’t buy those lovely pegs and I think they’d look funny made out of the normal plastic ones!! So here’s fingers crossed to being lucky and getting the give away. Thank you for your blog and your tutorials! Have a lovely day, Olivia


  3. Littleadele says:

    Since seeing your peg people I’ve been wondering if I could make some for my friend’s civil partnership next year. I’d love to give her a little keepsake made by me. Your’s are just lovely though x


    • Janette says:

      That would be such a lovely idea. For my wedding we had a fondant couple made but it didn’t last more than a month or two afterwards, these would be great!


  4. annamariefield says:

    Hi There, I still love your seasonal fairies the best!!!!They would look lovely pegged in a pot plant,!!! I would love to win your giveaway!!! Hope you have a fab week!!!


  5. Jenny says:

    Great idea. If i was lucky enough to win it I would give it to my friend to make with her lovely little Grandaughter. Thanks for sharing with us. I love your tea cosy pattern. Love Jenny


  6. kate0795 says:

    What a lovely idea to share with someone else! I wonder if they’d like a trip to the South of England….our beautiful green downland would help them feel home from home…my littlest boy would love to make these…actually, so would I! Kx


  7. Danijela says:

    I would love to make peg people,seen it in blogland but never make them.Thank you for the chance to win it,amazing giveaway.


  8. pammascrafts says:

    It would be so awesome to have a set for my granddaughter. She has been through some pretty rough times lately with her Mom having two divorces and her real Dad not staying in touch with her. Something like this would cheer her up!


  9. Leigh Ann says:

    YaY, YaY, Great Giveaway!! 🙂 I certainly know my 4 year old son Ross would LOVE making these, I haven’t attempted it yet, as we just don’t get those clothes pegs here in South Africa 😦


  10. Jaspher says:

    If I could tear this away from my partner I’d love to give it to a friend and her 3 kids – the older of which is particularly crafty and imaginative. But that would requires that my partner not create am entire society of peg persons — though it would give his Popsicle-stick super heroes someone to save. Lots of possibilities!


  11. Shawna Murray says:

    My kids are too old for this now….but someday I’ll have grandbabies and so I really appreciate the idea. Thanks for sharing!


  12. Jules says:

    Love your little people, my little lady would love to try making these, as I’m a crochet addict I might be able to crochet each character their own little carry bag so they can be taken out with us on adventures. Thanks for all your lovely free patterns they are always great to come back to when I need some inspiration. Thanks. Jules


  13. Alicia says:

    Love them. My Mom would make these with us when I was little. It was all nutcraker themed though. I LOVE the leaves and pine needles.


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