Plus Plus Mini Basic 250 – competition

You may remember that I wrote a while ago about a wonderfully addictive product called Plus Plus that I’d found through the great online toy-shop The Toadstool.  There are 2 different sizes of Plus Plus – the MIDI and the smaller MINI that we have, different pack quantities and a couple of colour options.  I reviewed the Plus Plus Mini Basic 250.

#PlusPlus Helicopter, The Toadstool, Over 40 and a Mum to One, Plus Plus Mini Basic 250

Well since my last post we’ve been busy using our Plus Plus Mini Basic to make a number of things which you can see on my Plus Plus Pinterest board.

My 3 and half year old son loves me to make him things with Plus Plus, while he sorts it into colours and makes piles of it to use as rubble for his diggers to pick up – it works very well in a number of ways!  I’m quite addicted to Plus Plus and am quite happy for him to place his orders and for me to make him something.

The country is now mad for Smurfs (I am old enough to remember them the first time around, oh how I wish I’d kept my cuddly toy Smurf!).  So he set me a challenge…

Mummy make me a Smurf friend for my Smurf please!

#TTPlusPlus Smurf 2,  Plus Plus Mini Basic 250

Well, I never said I was an artist!  But my son quite liked it.  You can see that the pieces slot together, you can make 3D objects and bend the structures.  The only limit to Plus Plus is your imagination.  This is something that can be enjoyed by all the family.  I can see this as something you could use as a Plus Plus alternative to Pictionary as he grows up.  it’s certainly not something that will get shoved in a box and not used after a while, it is simply ageless.  I like the fact that you can easily build countless creations with even the smallest packs, but you can buy extra ones to make larger items.  He still wants me to make a Combine Harvester at some point; I’m building up to that one!

I can see some of the children in our extended family receiving the Plus Plus Mini Basic 100 packs as a little stocking filler for Christmas and I think he might be asking Father Christmas for a pack of the Plus Plus Mini Basic Neon 250 to extend his colour palette!  You can see the full range available on The Toadstool website here (they even do a 650 piece set).

If you need some further inspiration please visit the #TTPlusPlus Linky we have run with a number of other #TTPlusPlus fans and you can see their creations too and you can also see their competitions too – more chances to win!

Has this stimulated your artistic talents?  Well, The Toadstool, has kindly offered one of my lucky readers the chance to own a pack of the Plus-Plus Mini 250 for yourselves. Click on the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win this great prize.

Plus Plus Mini 250, The Toadstool, Over 40 and a Mum to One Plus Plus Mini 250


(please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step is mandatory, as mentioned above, all other steps are optional.  Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet daily for a bonus click entry daily as well to increase your chances).

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once the Rafflecopter picks a winner, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact the winner and ask them to provide me with their details, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.  Once details have been received these will be forwarded to The Toadstool to arrange delivery before the end of September.

The giveaway will close on 19th August 2013 at midnight.

73 thoughts on “Plus Plus Mini Basic 250 – competition

  1. What a cool and fun toy! My kids would love these. I’d have to say I’m with Anna, Nemo would be my first project! The film runs every day at my house!

  2. As I made one out of a paper plate & a lot of bits of photocopy paper last week, I’d have to try and make Nemo.

  3. I’m sure my son would try to build K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider or anything with a car like Lightning McQueen!

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