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To celebrate the home entertainment release of Wonder Park on 3 July, we want to give you the chance to bring your kid’s imagination to life by creating a physical toy based on their drawings.

Wonder Park tells the story of a wildly creative girl named June and the magnificent amusement park from her imagination that comes alive!

In line with this, we want to give you the chance to bring your kid’s imagination to life by creating a physical toy based on their drawings.

Winner will receive a bespoke toy, a plush toy and DVD gift pack. And 3 runner-up winners will win a DVD each.

1x main winner’s prize:

Bespoke toy + plush toy + DVD – valued at $490 + GST

3x runner-up prizes:

DVD each – valued at $39.95 each

Wonder Park is yours to own on Blu Ray, DVD and digital on 3 July

Please note this competition is open from 4 July 2019 until 31 July 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. L. PaineNSW
  • My child’s personalised toy would be called Kwackers, apparently it’s ‘half duck, half rice cake.’ ????

  • It would have to be some sort of Cow toy as my eldest daughter who is the apple of my eye has had a Toy cow since she was two years old. She is 10 now and he still goes with her places and stays in her bed we lost him once it was like losing an arm but we found him

  • Candy as every toy lately shes calls candy

  • Her toy would be called the adventurous aardvark

  • My 7 yr old would love a plant to be his toy..not sure if Jupiter or Saturn

  • My daughter draws cute little things like this all the time she named this one Daisy

  • my son loves naming his toys after the months of the year and I’m all for it if it helps him remember. I reckon he would name this personalised toy December – my sons favourite month of the year as it incorporates Christmas and his birthday.

  • Arthur. My son loves that name for some reason

  • Rainbow Sparkle Pants! She loves colouring everything in rainbow colours and with sparkly pens too. She also loves giving them some clothing so they are wearing clothes like us and not running around nude!

  • Love and Hearts because her drawings centre around these themes for the most (WONDERful) part.

  • Rainbow after the storm. A drawing my deceased 4 year old nephew made which now sits in my baby’s nursery. A reminder of the blessing that was sent our way after losing a part of us and knowing he is always watching over his cousin.

  • I couldn’t answer this question without asking my 6 and 4 year olds what they would call a toy so the verdict is master 6 said Mr dreamer because it would take away his nightmares and miss 4 said princess human because we should all be princess’s.

  • Probably KENNETH. I’m a big fan of the ‘Goodies’ and in my wisdom introduced them to the ‘Kenneth’ episode where all the animals were named Kenneth. Kids being kids, they’ve embraced the concept with ease.

  • That will all depend on how the toy looks. In this family, nothing can or will be named until we’ve had a chance to suss them out, even if only on a superficial level, then and only then can the naming begin.

  • Bendy because it can bend and flexible and he brings Bendy to sleep every night

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