Friday 31 May 2019

Playeum - I Opener: Play with senses [GIVEAWAY]

Playeum, Singapore's Children Centre for creativity is up with a new exhibition titled I-Opener: Play with Senses. I-Opener features the aesthetic and sensory play-worlds co-curated and co-created by artists with a disability. It is a play space that invites children aged 1 to 12 to explore their senses through play and the arts.

Read I-Opener

While the term exhibit may sound serious and untouchable, Playeum is the total different, it highlights the importance of sight, touch and hearing in a child's discovery of the world and holistic development, that includes aesthetic awareness, artistic engagement and active participation.

If you have been to Playeum, you would have already know its creativity is mission-based and is a non-profit venture that is supported by community and corporate partners. It is a registered charity which brings play into the lives of children who need it most. 


Spaces within the Exhibition
Clement Space
A sensorial interactive space designed, produced and created by Dr Dawn Joy Leong, an autistic artist. In a time in which the world seems increasingly void of calm, her focus on white in her design allows children to explore their senses by feeling, interacting and changing the movable elements. It was amazing how our mood got instantly calm the moment we stepped in here.

Cavan Scope
Cavan Chang is an artist with down syndrome. His creation is an invitation for his audiences to enter his colourful world, and create a multitude of new collages by playing with his artworks. Love the fun idea of dropping the collages into a picturesque art.

Inspired by two dimensional artwork of Sol Pickens, a young boy with autism. He makes his drawings come to life and transform them into three dimensional structures. In this space, children are invited to transfer their own two dimensional works into three-dimensional playscapes.

This is how all of Sol's drawings look like on a piece of paper. It looks impressively designed when the sides are folded up to make up a furnished room space.

2D drawing


Jo Devadason is a poet with down syndrome and the voice behind Poetree, that can be found around the space. From an early age, she developed love for books imaginary play and self-expression. Her poetry and wordplay gives voice to her views and perceptions of the exhibition.

Jo Devadason's poem

We further explored the following technological inventions and play areas created and designed by Din Chan, Imran Mohamad and Dr Esther Joosa: 

The Eye Track Painter
Create colourful collages just by letting your eyes roam. We love how this can be a great activity for patients with cerebral paslsy. It works simply by looking and drawing with eye movements. It truly put the sense of sight to some artful use.

Tyre Light Play Projection
Discover shadows and light, and watch it project onto the high wall. Guess too, which vehicle this gigantic tyre belongs to? An airplane!

Hologram Projector
Experiment and transform your artworks to three dimensional. A space we actually missed out during exploration!

The Colour Cave 
A sensory cave to further explore Cavan's colourful world with various textiles.

Colour Cave

The Nook
A space where creative minds meet, set directions and create mindful collaborations. Simple as it looks, it is actually where our three year old spent most time at. Play is not all about toys.

Creative accessories

Creative play

The Maker Space
A space that will always remain core to Playeum and where children's innate creativity, critical thinking, communication and sensitivity to one's self and others manifests. This is one space the older two kids spent most time at. They created crafts with the extensive range of materials available for use. Creativity is endless in here.

Maker space

While Jare was working with his creation, he had a boo boo incident with the hot glue gun provided. Do be careful with it, but let's not hinder that opportunity of allowing our kids move into the more adventurous zone of self creation. I like the idea though, that glue guns are placed at a higher than toddler level. And to be honest, this is a very self-guided play which may not be toddler friendly in some areas. Stay watchful while your toddler roams.

Playeum is an unstructured playful mix of art and play for the young and old. Our kids really enjoyed their time in there! 

The exhibition is set to run from 1 June 2019 to 26 April 2020.

Open ended play!

Playeum - I-Opener: Play with the Senses
01 June 2019 to 26 April 2020 (Soft launch from 14 - 31 May)

Block 47 Malan Road
#01-23 Gillman Barracks
Singapore 109444
Opening Hours: 
Tuesday - Sunday
10:00am to 6:00pm

FREE parking on Sundays

Nearest MRT (5-10 Minute walk) 
Labrador Park MRT (Circle Line) 

Child (Aged 1 - 12): $22
Accompanying Adult: FREE
Additional Accompanying adult: $10:00

[GIVEAWAY] Heap Thanks to the nice people at Playeum, we get to giveaway 2 pairs of child's ticket to play! A pair on Blog (Facebook) and another pair on Instagram. To participate here, simply:

1. Like Mum's calling on Facebook
2. Like Playeum on Facebook
3. In the comment section of this Facebook post, tag 3 or more friends whom you think their kids will to love play in Playeum!

Giveaway ends on 07 June, 2359hrs. Best of luck! Do hop over to Instagram @mumscalling to try your luck too!

GIVEAWAY CLOSED. Congrats Debra Li!

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  • Winners will be picked by
  • Winners will be announced on Facebook and this blog post 
  • Winners will have 24 hours to respond, failing which a new winner will be drawn
  • All incomplete entries will be disqualified
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  • To be fair to our sponsors, social media accounts set up purely to take part in contests will be deemed ineligible to win.
  • Giveaway is no way sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Facebook or Instagram
  • Wednesday 29 May 2019

    Uncle Leong Seafood Alexandra [GIVEAWAY]

    Uncle Leong Seafood is a place we frequently dine whenever we have family occasions. First founded in a neighbourhood coffeeshop amidst Ang Mo Kio estate, Uncle Leong Seafood has now heightened into three full fledged restaurants in Punggol, Toa Payoh and Alexandra. All under the same arm, but different management.

    I questioned, why uncle Leong? Simply because children would affectionately greet its founder, Uncle Leong!

    Uncle Leong Seafood is the place to go for crabs! It serves larger than average crabs. You will not go wrong ordering its Claypot Crab bee hoon, cooked in great tasting broth and complemented with bee hoon. Even our kids enjoy it! And we love that dose of cai xin vegetable added to make up a more balanced meal. And of course, there are other food choices if crab is not your love, or unfortunately your allergic enemy.

    Claypot crab bee hoon

    Crab eating trains patience

    Another of my favourite would be their creamy butter crab, which is a must to always go with fried buns (man tou). My kids call their boss at the Alexandra outlet, 曼头叔叔 (Man tou shu shu). Trying their luck for some free buns, I guess. And their generous gravy leftover from the dishes is a good takeaway for bring home. Heat it up the next day for whatever food you think complements it. Great idea eh? You are most welcome!

    Creamy Butter crab

    Other dishes that my family always enjoy are its Fragrant Crispy pork in lettuce, deep fried beancurd, wasabi mayonnaise prawn, salted egg prawn and yang zhou fried rice. The items on our regularly ordered list.

    Great tasting food is why we keep coming back! 

    Fragrant Crispy Pork in lettuce

    Yang Zhou fried rice

    Uncle Leong at Anchorpoint (Alexandra) is its newest branch. Standing two levels tall with spacious seating, tasteful embellishments (empty crab shells deco) and dining rooms that can be partitioned into a private area, it is also a prefect place to hold private party functions. Great service too! If the folks of your family and friends are into Chinese cuisine, think no further, holding it here is a good satisfaction to everyone's taste buds. Serving good food is an important key to hosting. My brother held his daughter's one year old celebration here, and all guests complimented loads on the food.

    Do contact them for a customised party price list!

    Empty shell deco crab

    Party food set up

    Dining room that can be partitioned. Photo credit: Uncle Leong Seafood

    Upper level. Photo credit:  Uncle Leong Seafood

    And when it comes to hosting, other than great tasting food, we do want to ensure that there are sufficient seats for our guests to eat comfortably. This is the perfect venue! But first, gather your family and friends, set a date and make your way down to give these delicacies a try.

    Scroll on for Discount code and Giveaway!

    Quote ULS@ALEXANDRA for a 10% discount off your total bill. Valid till 30 June 2019. Not valid on Father's Day and eve of Father's day. 

    The best part of this post is, the boss of Uncle Leong Seafood at Alexandra is giving away 2 x $100 vouchers here on Mum's calling to TWO winners! One on Facebook and the other on Instagram. Heap Thanks for his generosity! To participate, simply:

    1. Like Mum's calling on Facebook
    3. In the comment section of this Facebook post, comment which dish will you most likely order at Uncle Leong, and TAG THREE friends whom you will love to feast with.

    1. Like this yummilicious Instagram post
    2. Follow @mumscalling
    4. In a single comment of this post, tag 5 friends whom you know love crabs!

    You may try your luck on both Facebook and Instagram. Giveaway ends on 05 June 19, 2359hrs. Best of Luck!

    Anchorpoint Shopping Centre
    368 Alexandra Road
    Singapore 159952

    Opening hours
    Mon – Sun: 11.30am to 2.30pm
    (Last order 2pm)
    Mon – Sun: 5 to 10pm
    (Last order 930pm)

    Telephone: 6259 9861

    • Winners will be picked by
    • Winners will be announced on Facebook and this blog post
    • Winners will have 24 hours to respond, failing which a new winner will be drawn
    • Terms and conditions of vouchers are firmed
    • All incomplete entries will be disqualified
    • All entries will be verified before the winner is announced 
    • To be fair to our sponsors, social media accounts set up purely to take part in contests will be deemed ineligible to win.
    • Giveaway is no way sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Facebook or Instagram

    Terms and Conditions for winning vouchers
    • Valid till 30 June 2019
    • Not valid on Father's day and eve of Father's day
    • Limit to only 1 crab not more than 800g
    • For dine in only 
    • Other terms and conditions may apply

    Wednesday 22 May 2019

    22 Stories Multi-room theatre [REVIEW]

    22 stories is one unique kind of interactive show and story telling fun of its own. It is a fresh concept of multi-room theatrical experience from ANDSOFORTH Jr. The masterminds behind hit shows such as Tales of Grimmsneyland and Wonderland. This time round, audiences are in for a big treat as they enter a sprawling, 20,000 square foot play area and explore 22 unique, Instagram-worthy experiential rooms.

    Spot the ugly duckling

    Inside the Cheshire cat

    The Four Colourful Worlds of room are:

    1. The princess and the neon pea
    2. The emperor's new clothes
    3. Hansel and Gretel's adventure in the forest
    4. The witch's candy house
    5. Spot the Ugly Duckling
    6. The magic beanstalk climb and slide

    7. Down the rabbit  
    8. What time is it?
    9. Wonderland's Garden
    10. Inside the Cheshire cat
    11. The Queen of hearts

    12. I wish for more wishes
    13. Snow white's poison apple
    14. Cinderella's carriage
    15. Sleeping beauty's resting place
    16. Under the sea with the little mermaid

    17. Aladdin's lamp
    18. The magic carpet
    19. Aladdin's thieves market
    20. Jasmine's place
    21. The Cave of Treasure
    22. Alibaba's Discovery

    During each session of 4 hours, you will move freely through 22 rooms across the four colourful unique worlds, where you can queue for shows and meet characters. Each room has 11 showtimes, with two 40 minutes interval in between. This will be the best time to load your camera with photos as you explore the rooms, since no shows run during interval. It is also the time when you should get food for your juniors, since the session time overlaps dinner/lunch. Drinks, food and snacks choices such as donuts, chicken wings, fish taco, meatballs and mashed potato are available for purchase on site. Not much to my liking, we ate a little and had a super late dinner elsewhere. If not, fuel up your child before entering.

    Whichever works for the little tummies.

    Food aside, this is the next best place to spend your other 40 minutes will be the slides at The Magic Beanstalk Climb and slide. Our kids went on it umpteen times! Adults permitted too!

    The magic beanstalk climb and slide

    Rooms will then be closed about 15 minutes before each show to prepare for turnover. Our visit was all good at a no rush pace. You will definitely be able to cover all shows if you are on time for your session. We were half hour late, and sadly missed two shows. 

    22 stories is what you can cover in 2 different weeks. Each week covers only 11 stories. Two sets of characters alternate every week. If your pocket leads you to a bigger budget, it is recommended you attend two sessions, one on an odd week and one on and even week, in order to enjoy the full range of characters available.

    Listing them here so you can plan to buy tickets according to your child's favourite characters. 

    Odd Week (Orange star on given map):
    1. The Queen of Hearts
    2. Fairy Godmother Fabrizia
    3. The Little Mermaid
    4. One of 40 theives
    5. Magic, The Carpet Ride*
    6. Aladdin
    7. Hansel
    8. The Royal Card*
    9. Genie*
    10. Emperor's New Suit
    11. Alice*
    12. Cinderella
    13. Mama Duckling 

    Even Week (Green star on given map):
    1. Snow White
    2. Princess Jasmine Badrouldabour
    3. The Royal Card*
    4. Genie*
    5. Jack and the Beanstalk
    6. Magic, The carpet ride*
    7. Cheshire Cat
    8. The Mad hatter 
    9. The Candy Witch
    10. Ali Baba
    11. Sleeping Beauty
    12. Alice *
    13. Princess and the Pea

    *Characters appear on both weeks.

    We had tickets to the Odd week.
    Magic, The carpet ride

    One of 40 thieves

    Each showtime is about 10 minutes. The respective character in each room will tell a short story and give its audience a simple mission to accomplish with much fun and interaction. Prep your kids to play along with the characters, if not, the adults will be tasked to play. So yes, it is suitable for both the young and young at heart. Do explore the place light, because you will need to be ducking and winding through small secret passages to meet characters.

    The Little Mermaid

    Sea of balls!

    The kids had tremendous fun as their favourite childhood stories came to life through meetings and interactive art installations across the various rooms. It is one impressive concept that dared to be different. The set ups, props and costumes were astoundingly beautiful, contrary to what I had imagined it to be sheepishly put up. What delighted and impressed me most, as a parent was that the characters were not only quick witted and expressive, they spoke good English with a captivating story accent. Even their door keepers were very well trained!

    It was no wonder all the kids were listening attentively every moment. Even our short attention span toddler followed through, with some aided help on the missions though.

    Queen of Hearts


    With Hansel


    The Emperor's new clothes

    It was also pleasant that each showtime contained a small group without feeling cramped up in the room. There was good amount of space for move around and time for interaction. In fact, it would be more awkward being the only family during that show. Good for taking photos with no photo bombers though.

    Every room is assuredly a wonderful place for photo! Except that some rooms' lighting was a tad dim or uneven for good photos. 


    Down the rabbit hole room

    What time is it?

    Wonderland's Garden

    Oh, don't forget to hang in till the end for a mini march out parade where all the characters will be out for a finale appearance!

    So, is it worth travelling all the way down to the wild wild west for this? I will give a resounding "Yes!" I have also put up a video collage of the fun we had, do hop over to our Instagram story/highlight @mumscalling for view. Hopefully, it helps affirm your wavering thought about catching the stories.

    Get your tickets now! 22 stories promises plenty of laughs, fun and all-around wonder! It is a land of curiousity in here. A different kind of experience for your little one.

    22 Stories 
    Date: 1 May to 30 June 2019
    Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 
    Time: Friday: 5.30pm - 9.30pm    Weekends: 10am-2pm, 5.30pm - 9.30pm 

    PeopleUp @ Pandan  
    200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609336

    Standard: $38 Admits One
    Family pack: $140 Admits Four
    Nearest MRT: Jurong East MRT
    Nearest Carparks: Public Carpark at Ayer Rajah CC OR Opp Pandan Gardens Blk 414

    Get tickets here

    Disclaimer: Tickets were given for the purpose of this review. All photos and opinions are as usual, solely ours.

    Tuesday 21 May 2019

    Books recommendation for advance readers

    Jazz reads avidly, and excessively. Almost like the air she breathes. Happy problem, I know. 

    Since she reads so widely, I asked her for a list of recommended books for advance readers. She is 10, I guess her recommended titles are good for 7 to 12 year olds. Sometimes, just likes movies and dramas, I prefer watching and reading them recommended. It can be a total waste of time chasing one that is ultimate boring. Preference may be subjective, but at least there is a trace of recommendation for reference. No spoilers here. 

    We usually buy books from Book Depository (Free shipping) or the annual book box sale, which the daughter said some of her favourites were from this hunt. And of course, our most well visited place for books would be our well stacked local libraries. In fact, most of her recommended titles here were loaned from the library.

    Here are FIVE titles the daughter listed as MUST READ. More titles to come, but these first:

    1. Switched at Birthday: A Wish Novel
    By Natalie Standieford

    Lavender and Scarlet are nothing alike. Scarlet is tall, pretty, and popular -- the star of the soccer team and the queen of the school. Lavender is none of these things. Her friends aren't considered cool, her hair is considered less than uncool, and her performance at the recent talent show is something nobody will ever forget -- even though she really, really wants it to be forgotten.

    There's only one thing Lavender and Scarlet know for sure they have in common: the same birthday.

    They've never had parties together. They've never swapped presents. But this year, because of two wishes that turned all too true, they are about to swap something much bigger than presents. Because the morning after their birthdays, Lavender is going to wake up in Scarlet's body and Scarlet is going to wake up in Lavender's. But in order to change back, they're going to have to figure out how to be someone completely opposite of who they ordinarily are.


    2. Times Squared
    By Julia DeVillers and Jennifer Roy

    Identical twin sisters Payton and Emma Mills have "traded faces" and created "twin-dentical chaos" at school and at home. But you haven't seen anything yet. Payton and Emma are off to "twin-vade" New York City! Payton's drama club plans a field trip to see an off-Broadway show, and Emma's mathletes team will compete in an elite competition. Sounds twin-tastic! But Payton never imagined the star of the show would be Ashlynn, her old nemesis from summer camp whose chores Payton traded for designer clothes. Are Payton's "Summer Slave" days coming back to haunt her? Or will she be saved by a flip-flop twin swap? Emma has her own nemesis to face--she and Jazmine James are on the same team. But teamwork? Not so much. Since Jazmine is in it to win it...will Emma have to "twin" it? Payton and Emma must do a 'twins-formation' to rescue each other again. And again! (Not again!) Toss in cute boys, crazy triplet poofy Pomeranian stage puppies, and New York City and things get a little twin-sane. Is the big city ready for Payton and Emma! (or is it Emma and Payton?) and their mixed-up mayhem? Which is which in the biggest twin switch yet!


    By Laurel Remington

    When Andy's school announces a new no-uniform policy, her classmates  are over the moon - but her heart sinks. All she wants is to dress like everyone else, but her mum's the owner of a run-down kooky vintage boutique, so she's bound to look - well - different. But when Andy finds a gorgeous bag full of designer goodies in the shop's storeroom, everything changes. Can she learn to love vintage, and help transform her Mum's shop into something truly special?

    By Stuart Gibbs

    Can an undercover nerd become a superstar agent? Ben Ripley sure hopes so--and his life may depend on it! Ben Ripley may only be in middle school, but he's already pegged his dream job: C.I.A. or bust. Unfortunately for him, his personality doesn't exactly scream "secret agent." In fact, Ben is so awkward, he can barely get to school and back without a mishap. Because of his innate nerdiness, Ben is not surprised when he is recruited for a magnet school with a focus on science--but he's entirely shocked to discover that the school is actually a front for a junior C.I.A. academy. Could the C.I.A. really want him? Actually, no. There's been a case of mistaken identity--but that doesn't stop Ben from trying to morph into a supercool undercover agent, the kind that always gets the girl. And through a series of hilarious misadventures, Ben realizes he might actually be a halfway decent spy...if he can survive all the attempts being made on his life!

    There are a couple of Spy school series for read. 

    5. The World's Greatest Chocolate-Covered Pork Chop
    By Ryan K. Sager

    This is her most recommended title of all. I can't find it on Book Depository, or any local book stores. It is available on Amazon, with applied shipping fees. Jazz encountered this book from our library, call number SAG. 

    Twelve-year-old chef Zoey Kate's Fried Banana Fondue is delectable, her Maple Cinnamon Crab Fajitas are divine, and her Chocolate-Covered Pork Chops are to die for. Zoey is the best cook in town and she wants everyone to know it. She's on a mission to start her own restaurant, but quickly learns that the restaurant industry is competitive and dangerous. There are people who see Zoey as a threat, and they'll use any means necessary to make sure that she fails.

    Featuring a precocious, larger-than-life character, lots of humor, fast-paced action and mouth-watering foods, this cooking story is sure to appeal to young foodies and fans of shows like MasterChef Junior and Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off.

    If your child loves to read, you may hunt these down to keep him/her occupied this upcoming school holiday! We believe something magical will happen if you read a good book, like taking a journey away from reality. 

    Happy Reading! 

    Friday 17 May 2019

    Kiddomo Discovery at R&F Mall, Johor Bahru

    Are you one who visits Johor Bahru often with your family? Introducing a new indoor playground, in the recently opened R & F Mall. Located just next to the Causeway which leads to Singapore’s Woodlands checkpoint, Kiddomo Discovery in R & F Mall is opening its doors for some good family fun on 25 May 2019. Tickets will be on sale at buy 1 get 1 free on 25th and 26th May 2019. 

    Kiddomo is the first playland of its kind in Malaysia. An innovative environment where children can excite all their senses, exercise their creativity and unleash the true potential of their imagination, at their own pace, in their own way! Kiddomo applies a holistic approach in all its activities. Everything in their playland is specially designed to encourage independent discovery, tickle a child’s natural curiosity and most importantly, to inspire imaginative play. 

    A place where adults can watch their kids go wild with their own imagination coming to life by combining classical play with the latest technology. After all, technology is what our generation should be proficient in. 

    Some of the fun stations are:

    The child will take a selfie and slip into a dream career or transform into a fantasy character. He can choose to become a policeman, doctor, wizard or fire breathing dragon. Imagination is wild.

    Here is where your child will discover new dinosaur species by finding the hidden eggs inside this enormous ball pool and scan it using the interactive scanner.


    Engage your kids’ physical prowess as they traverse through the Musical Maze and collect galaxy stars on the Luna slider. Where your child will slide through a playful kaleidoscope of stars, candies and other colourful shapes.

    Get some fitness too, out from Power ride!

    Play Musical Maestro by conducting an orchestra filled with different instruments to play popular pieces of music. Or if not, sing and dance to your child's favourite song, and star in his own music video!

    Magic lovers can get some fun onto the magic mirror, where your child will scan his band to see his earlier created selfie on screen. Moving this selfie character on screen with his actual body movements, the child will compete with the computer and also previous high scorers to burst as many balloons as he can on the screen.

    Or get on the Magic Academy where your child has a chance to be like Harry Potter to cast magic spells with a digital wand, overcome obstacles and to find his or her inner magician.

    6. BABY GYM (Under 3 years old)
    A great place for children and little siblings below 3 years old. The Baby Gym section consists of products from the award-winning Weplay brand that have been designed to cater to the holistic developmental needs of young children. 

    This is the highlight of most parents. Having a place to chill out while the kids play!

    Other facilities include the lockers for belongings, washroom as well as a nursing room. Remember too, to bring along socks for play!

    At Kiddomo is a unique open space for children to explore their creativity and ideas, and to ultimately release the true potential and power of their own imagination.

    These artist impression images give a good gist of the playground. While the place may be still undergoing final touch ups and tests without live photos, we think it will be a great fun treat for all children.

    Ticket prices
    *Customers must purchase at least one Kiddomo ticket for their accompanying Babies and Senior Citizens to qualify for free entry

    We may not have visited the place for a detailed and comprehensive review, but it looks like a great place to check out!

    R&F Mall
    L2-086-A5, Mercu 1, Jalan Tanjung Puteri, 80300 Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

    We have 2 family sets of 2 adults and 2 child family ticket for GIVEAWAY on Facebook and on Instagram. Which means 2 winners, with 2 adult + 2 child ticket per family. Hop over to our Instagram post for additional win chances!

    Facebook participation:
    1. Follow Mum's calling on Facebook
    2. Follow Kiddomo on Facebook 
    3. In a single comment on this Facebook post, tag 3 friends from Singapore or JB whom you think will love a visit to Kiddomo!

    Instagram participation:
    1. Follow @mumscalling Instagram
    2. Follow @kiddomo on Instagram  
    3. In a single comment on this Instagram post, tag 3 friends from Singapore or JB whom you think will love a visit to Kiddomo!

    Tag responsibly :) And yes, you may try your luck on both accounts. Best of luck!

    Giveaway ends 24 May 2019, 2359 hrs. Collection of tickets by 15 June 2019 and redemption by 30 June 2019.

    Disclaimer: Paid collaboration. All photos and facts are solely provided by Kiddomo. 

     Terms and Conditions:

    • Winners will be picked by
    • Winners will be announced on Facebook, Instagram and this blog post
    • Winners will have 24 hours to respond, failing which a new winner will be drawn
    • Collection and redemption dates are firm
    • All incomplete entries will be disqualified
    • All entries will be verified before the winner is announced 
    • To be fair to our sponsors, social media accounts set up purely to take part in contests will be deemed ineligible to win.
    • Giveaway is no way sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Facebook or Instagram