Win a MINI Tablet with Lysol Canada
Do you love doing crafts with your kids? Does the thought of getting creative together excite you? Does the phrase ‘the messier the better’ ring true to you? If you answered yes to all these question then you’re in luck!
LYSOL® “DECORATE YOUR DISPENSER!” CONTEST
From March 11 to April 8, 2013 you can decorate a Lysol® No-Touch® hand soap dispenser with you children and upload a photo of it on the Lysol Facebook page. Uploaded pictures will count towards an entry for daily prizes including a MINI Tablet valued at $329. There will be 21 daily prizes awarded. Check out the full contest rules and regulations here.
Here are some quick, key points to keep in mind when decorating your Lysol® No-Touch® hand soap dispenser:
- no photo manipulation
- cannot mimic cartoons, gaming, video, book, TV and/or other licensed properties, and
- must not contain any visible logos or trade-marks
To browse other creations and to submit your own, visit the Lysol Canada Facebook page.
SAVE $5 ON A NO-TOUCH HAND SOAP DISPENSER
And to help you with your contest entry, you can visit the Lysol Canada Facebook page to print your coupon to receive $5.00 off of the purchase of a Lysol® No-Touch® hand soap dispenser.
We love our No-Touch® hand soap dispensers; we have one in each bathroom and one at our kitchen sink. When we were asked to decorate one, we were excited. I gave Little S full creative rights and only observed the process. She decided to keep her materials pretty simple with just paint and stickers.
The result is a colourful and vibrant work of art. Although we are not eligible to enter the contest (as a Lysol blog tour participant) our prize is the functional piece of Little S’ art that we can display proudly in our guest bathroom for all to see and admire.
Good luck and happy decorating!
Disclosure – I am participating in the Kid Who Touches Everything blog tour by Mom Central Canada on behalf of Lysol. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing my honest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.