Friday, 10 November 2017

Mayka Toy Block Tape (age 3+) Christmas Present Giveaway

We reviewed Mayka Tape for the Rainbow Toy Awards and it's a great fun product that my 7 year old has used all over his furniture and walls to suspend his favourite minifigures. Super easy to use, it adds a whole new dimension to playing with bricks.


You can read my full Mayka Tape review here. Mayka Tape is a rubbery studded tape that is compatible with LEGO and other plastic bricks and has a sticky tape on the back. It is really beautifully presented in a really handy case that stops it unravelling and keeps it safe - it makes a great gift.


Mayka tape holds to the wall or wood, painted or other smooth surfaces incredibly well, but is easy to remove if you decide you fancy a change. Great for kids bedrooms - although where they choose to place it is often beyond the understanding of adults!


Mayka Tape is available to buy now from a toy shops instore and online, including Smyths and Amazon. You can find out more about the range of 9 colours and 3 different sizes available on the Mayka World website. Prices start at £6.99 rrp for a 1m x 2 stud roll.


The people behind Mayka Tape, ZURU Toys, have kindly offered one of my readers a 2 stud roll and a massive 2m x 4 stud roll as a Christmas Present in a giveaway


To enter the giveaway use the Gleam form below. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Sunday 10th December. Full terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form.

To see all of my other Christmas Present Giveaways, including a Lumie Bedbug, family games and a SmartGurlzUK Scooter And Doll, please take a look at my Giveaways Page...

Mayka Toy Block Tape (age 3+) Christmas Present Giveaway

35 comments:

  1. The London Eye because the minifigure will have great views.

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  2. The London eye. I think that would be cool

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  3. I would put one on a jet plane so it could go for an awesome flight.

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  4. I'd love to stick a minifigure somewhere really prominent but quite hard to see, like on Nelson's hat (on Nelson's Column) and wait for people to notice it!

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  5. BLACKPOOL tower on the viewing bit at the top - what a view

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  6. I would put it on the Greta Wall of China as it may be seen from space

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  7. I would put it on top of Buckingham Palace if it was a princess figure

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  8. on the side of Everest on the end of a rope -so that I could cry "dont lego"!!!

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  9. Houses of Parliament, a Lego mini figure may have more sense than some of our politicians!

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  10. Right at the top of the Disneyland castle :) see all the happy smiling faces everyday x

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  11. The wall a China. Will be an amazing view.

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  12. At the top of Boston Stump, in the town where I live!

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  13. I'd put a soldier minifigure on the gates of Buckingham Palace so it can be the queens tiniest guard

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  14. The leaning tower of Pisa,would be amazing to make it lean

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  15. london bridge, id like to see if people smiled at it lol

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  16. Nelson Column - good views though watch for the pigeon ploop!

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  17. I would love to stick Spider-Man figure on the side of a tall building like the shard

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  18. A mini figure of Sophie from the BFG on the Queen's bedroom window sill :)

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  19. Being from up north - Blackpool Towewr

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  20. I'd stick a Lego mummy on the Great Pyramid

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  21. The Falkirk wheel because it's where I live and it attracts lots of tourists so everyone would see it.

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  22. On top of the school roof, to keep an eye on all the kids ....

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  23. I would put it on top of the Sydney Opera House because then I would have to visit (and stay for a couple of weeks!)

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  24. On the underside of one of the glass viewing panels on Sky tower. I think it would surprise people

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  25. A window of Buckingham palace so he can get all the royal gossip!

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  26. Fab blog post!

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  27. my daughter says sitting on santas sleigh so she could visit all the countries of the world in one night

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  28. At the side of Big Ben so they look like they were abseiling. No particular reason other than I love that landmark. I had a view of it from my hospital bedroom window when my first daughter was born.

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  29. I'd have a little space man visit NASA and stick him to a shuttle!

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  30. I'd stick a Lego mummy on the eiffel tower - leanne w @leabana1

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  31. I'd put some lego clergy in a row on a church for somebody to find and wonder what it was all about.

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  32. I would stick a Lego Harry Potter on the wall at Kings Cross Station

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  33. on Buckingham palace so he could wave to visitors

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