Sunday, May 12, 2013

Product Review and Giveaway: Petite Lemon AlphaPoster

Teaching our little ones with the fundamental of letters and numbers is very important. As a Mom, I try to use different methods as well as tools in teaching my kids. Aside from simple workbooks for their age, I also use alphabet poster in teaching them. And speaking of alphabet poster, I had the chance of working with Petite Lemon with their promotion, and they sent me an 8x10" alphaposter for free in exchange of an honest review, and all opinion here is 100% mine. 



Petite Lemon is a print company that offers personalized growth charts, alphabet posters, photo posters, and personalized t-shirt or clothing printing as well as other fun stuff perfect for gifts to little ones and baby showers. Their products are so adorable that they gained another liker from me. Petite Lemon is also liked and loved by People magazine, Moms&Babies, Project Nursery, and the ABC's The Bachelorette.  

By the way, the alphaposter that I received was shipped so elegantly, which is an exclusive trademark of Petite Lemon. They print the poster on a premium heavyweight card stock as shown below. The alphabets are printed clearly and catchy to little ones eyes. The retail value of this poster is $25.


I am planning of getting me a frame for this poster so I can hang it on our girls bedroom. I have an inspiration here below:



For blogger who wants to join this promotion, you can sign up for this HERE.

For those looking for gifts for little ones or additional kid's room decor, you can check Petite Lemon now and use the promo code BLOGGERLOVE15 to get a 15% discount. This code expires on August 30, 2013.

Now the good news is, Petite Lemon sent me an extra exclusive 8x10" alphaposter for giveaway. One lucky winner from US and Canada can receive this poster by joining the raffle below: 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

22 Showed Some Love:

Alma May Bacarrisas said...

This learning tools seem interesting.. maybe my children will love this too.

~Ms. Joy mH~ said...

I like their photo poster, very unique and fun for young kids seeing their name on a photo.

Shela said...

Would like same stuff you have, will for sure useful for my schoolers too;) thank you hope will win! :)

Chubskulit Rose said...

These are great to have especially if you have toddlers at home. Good luck to those entering your giveaway.

Jessica Cassidy said...

My kids especially my little girl will love this product. She loves to draw, color and write :) I will check this online and perhaps a birthday gift for her :-)

jheylo said...

I want to try their shirts collection if not the growth chart :D

Mommy Liz said...

colorful alphabet is always helpful with kids, not only they learn letters, they will also learn colors :)

Liza Barnett

Arlene said...

oh no, our toddler at home would surely love this :) he's not yet in school but love cards like this.

Kathryn Depew said...

I like the woodland party, aqua & orange t-shirt.

Ane said...

Ooh, what a fun way to incorporate learning to kids. :) I love products like these! :)

Raya said...

Great material for kids, indeed! My kids are past the stage of learning the alphabets, but I still keep materials like these for our English teaching. Very helpful!

Franc Ramon said...

Kids would have an easier time with these teaching tools.

Traveling Morion said...

This is just perfect for my 4 years old baby girl- thanks for sharing

melandria romero said...

i also love personalized things, this one looks really nice to have.

Wanderer Juan said...

The Petite Lemon printouts look like great teaching tools for parents whenever they teach their kids the alphabet.

Gemma Defeo-Hilotin said...

I've posters of alphabets, numbers, sight words in our kids' room too. Effective! Good luck to those who will join!

Claire said...

This is really cool and good luck to all the participants.

Jadey Diva Fabulosa said...

My son would totally love this!! He's at the age where he is very fond of letters and numbers.

ralph said...

alpha poster really is a big help in developing the reading process of a child... and with support from parents of course. Yahweh bless.

mommy levy said...

I agree with what you have said to look for different methods to teach our kids. This is a nice educational item, and a cute decoration too. Goodluck to all the contestants!

Ron Leyba said...

I might join for my kids! Thanks for this one!

Jenn Lord said...

i like their personalized growth chart for caleb. :) joined your contest momi bless. thanks.

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