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Free contest for a marble run! enter to win!

This is a completely free give away! (I pay shipping)
To enter just comment below with one childhood toy you loved! 
Ends Fri. April 8th and tracking number will be given. 
This toy my own kids got and ended up loving so we decided to share the joy and pass one on! <3
Winner will be picked random threw random.org 

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  1. My favorite toy was a baby doll. It looked like a real life baby.

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  2. When I was a child I used to love Polly Picket. Also Cabbage Patch Dolls.

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    1. Hey you won!!! Please email me with shipping info at funthingstodowithurkidz@gmail.com or if fb is easier let me know and ill send you my link you can message me on there too.

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    2. waiting till Wednesday then new winner will be picked

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  3. I loved Raggedy Anne.

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  4. I loved my play dough sets and easy bake oven.

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  5. Showing my age but Holly Hobby :)

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  6. It was all about Mortal Combat and Ninja Turtles action figures for me

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  7. I used to love this marble toy!! I had no idea they still made them! So cool!!

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