Share your story of your time with your grandchildren and you can win a $100 Amazon gift card.

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Share Your Story And You Can Win A $100 Gift Card

Here is your official invitation to contribute your story and possibly win one of (5) $100 Amazon gift cards to spoil that grandchild just a little more. To celebrate the launch of our site we are also offering (20) $50 Amazon gift cards for the first 20 stories that receive 50 or more votes in the month of October 2016.

Submit your story, with a picture if you like. We will post your story and send you the web page address to share with your friends. The top five stories that get the most votes will receive one of the $100 gift cards.

This Contest is open to most individuals who are grandparents, great-aunts, great-uncles, aunts, uncles, or parents of one or more minor children (biological or legally adopted).

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Cardboard Box Idea Books

Don’t throw away that box! Why not turn it into something amazing instead? This incredibly creative book shows kids that by using easy-to-find art and craft materials, the ideas, templates and stickers included in the book, and most importantly, a ton of imagination, simple cardboard boxes can be transformed into a robot costume, a princess castle, a circus, and so much more!

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Since the beginning of time, parents have known that there is no point buying Junior a fabulous, expensive toy; Junior always dismisses the toy and plays instead with the cardboard box it came in. Now The Cardboard Box Book celebrates that spirit by showing Junior (and his parents) exactly how to turn cardboard boxes of all sizes into amazing craft projects, toys, and games.

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How many times have you spent money on some fancy new toy for your child, only to have her ignore the toy and instead crawl into the large box it came in? Whether you’re on a budget or just refuse to pay high prices for noisy, plastic toys, Box! offers parents do-it-yourself, environmentally friendly crafts that can be made with cereal boxes, packing boxes, toilet paper rolls, and egg cartons.

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