Sarah's Silks tagline is "silks for imaginative play," which is so, so true.
As I think you know, we are big fans of playsilks in this house and have a basket of them handy for all kinds of pretend play. Just yesterday, our playsilks were used to make a fort, to be a ghost, and to make a bed for a stuffed lamb friend.
More things my kids use playsilks for:
- slings for broken arms
- baby slings
- dog leashes
- rivers and lakes for pretend play scenes
- roofs and floors for block building
- living room dance party streamers
- blankets for dolls
- gift wrap
- and more!
I don't know what we'd do without our playsilks. They have been the consistently most-used "toy" in our house over the past several years. While they don't often play the leading role in pretend play scenarios, they are well-loved as supporting props and accessories.
And as Sarah says, "there is no end to what a playsilk can be."
Sarah's Silks, one of my blog sponsors, is a small shop and website devoted to selling playsilks and other silk products for imaginative play and a magical childhood. Some of my favorites in her shop, besides the playsilks themselves (I really love the starry night playsilk!) are the silk wings, the fairy skirts, and the rainbow baby blanket.
Would you like a chance to win a gift certificate to Sarah's Silks? Read the guidelines below to enter…
Sarah's Silks is offering a $50 gift certificate to one lucky winner. To enter the giveaway, head over to her shop and look around then come back here and leave a comment by Tuesday, August 14th at 11:59pm EST saying what you would like to buy if you won the gift certificate. Have fun shopping! Giveaway open to readers anywhere; one comment per person, please. Winner will be chosen by random number generator and announced here on Wednesday morning (I will also e-mail the winner). Good luck!
Giveaway now closed.
The random number generator gave me #152, so Kylie wins the gift certificate. Congrats, Kylie! (I'll e-mail you…)
I love the starry night silk scape but would also love some of the smaller ones for my daughter to play with.
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