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Looking for a stocking stuffer?

I recommend…..Pick and Draw.

It’s a simple game that only requires paper and pencil. It is a wholesome family game that flourishes creativity. It can be played alone or with a group. It uses basic shapes so it’s easy enough for little kids but still enjoyable for older children and adults.

To play: pick a card from each category- face, eyes, nose, mouth, and hair – and draw your own cartoon. The parts can be drawn large or small and in any position on the face making each person’s character very unique. Comparing our cartoons was amusing!

We also played the game with colored pencils, crayons, and sometimes markers.

And after the game, some of the cartoons received some special attention and became “super heroes”.

Where to buy: Visit Pick and Draw online to do some shopping. It’s only $10. It would be a fantastic stocking stuffer or a game to take to grandma’s house and get everyone involved in creative play.

The winner is: Kelli Avery

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Rich Davis, a talented children’s book illustrator, is the creator of Pick and Draw. He is giving away one Pick and Draw game to a random Notes From Dawn reader.

To enter, simply leave your comment below. One entry per person. Please be sure to leave your email address. If I have no contact information, I cannot award you as winner.

Contest ends November 12th @11:59 p.m. est. (available only to US residents)

A winner will be selected at random using the random integer generator from The winner must respond within 48 hours of notification to claim their prize.

This has been a fun review. I want to thank Rick Davis for allowing me to review his wonderful drawing game. I received Pick and Draw in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was received.

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