When we first learned about the Doodle Roll and did a review of the Doodle Roll back in March I knew that this was a real winning idea. I asked Marc Cooper, one of the inventors of the Doodle Roll (his wife Diana the other inventor), I asked Marc if I could do a giveaway of a set of Doodle Rolls. I gave away a set back in March and when SwagsGiving came around Marc contacted me to let me know that the Doodle Roll has had some improvements made and he wanted to reconnect with me because of that review. I took the opportunity to invite Marc to participate in SwagsGiving. He was all over it and I’m so glad about that. I love the Doodle Roll and love talking about it.

The Doodle Roll is a self contained activity for kids. The sets come with four or eight crayons and have either 15 or 30 feet of doodle paper. The 4″ inch set is perfect for putting into a purse and having with you when you go to anywhere. There are so many places where the Doodle roll comes in handy. Restaurants, Auto Service Center, Salon, Doctor’s offices and so many places where there is nothing around for kids to keep them entertained.

Since we’ve been using the product since March we’ve had some great experiences and been able to talk to many people about the product. The Doodle Roll is certainly a conversation starter. When we go to restaurants and take out the Doodle roll we always get people asking us about it. Seeing a kid being able to be creative, quiet and expressive is nice to see. Eva is a big fan of it and loves playing with it when we go out to eat.

Our in-laws live in Florida and the Doodle Roll has made the trip down to Florida a few times. It is so nice to have something simple to occupy your child and also have it be so easy to transport. Also the crayons are very good quality and I am super particular about my crayons. Marc even sent me a set of the newest offering Double Sided crayons. That is perfect for the Doodle Roll, giving kids even more colors to doodle with.

Here is some more about the Doodle Rolls.

Doodle Roll 4” All-in-One Craft Kit • $3.99 • Ages 3+
Just 4 inches wide but 15 feet long, the packaging is designed to be easy for kids to open and close, with a finger-hole to make opening the crayon compartment a snap. The 4” roll is the perfect size for smaller hands. The roll curls downward toward the table, a child will not have any trouble with paper curling up while he/she draws. When done doodling, the specially shaped well for each crayon will be a reminder to put them back in.

Doodle Roll 6” All-in-One Craft Kit • $4.99 • Ages 3+
This larger size measures 6 inches wide for bigger hands and rolls out to 30 feet of blank paper. Like its smaller version, each roll comes with two end caps to keep the paper in place until its time to unroll. High quality non-toxic crayons are included with each kit.

If you’d like your own Doodle Rolls then enter to win below.

Please use the rafflecopter widget and follow all of the directions. The first direction is to leave a comment on this post (scroll to bottom to the comment section) after you’ve visted the Doodle Roll website and tell me where you might use a Doodle Roll. Then click the “I did this” button on the rafflecopter widget. You can gain more entries by doing other tasks after that. But you must do the first steps to enter.



Disclosure: I received a copy of this toy to review and blog about as well as give away as part of the SwagsGiving Event. Opinions about the toy are 100% my own.

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14 Responses to “SwagsGiving 2 Giveaway: Doodle Rolls”

  1. Joanne Gregory says:

    We would use the Doodle Roll in the living room, on the coffee table.

  2. Cherie Corey says:

    I would love this to just have at the house when the grand kids come here. Keeping one in the glove box for those melt down times. It could also have a couple of variations. One that would have built in writing surface. Meaning the doodle roll dispenser is attached on the side.
    Another would be random games such as the tic tac toe grid, etc..
    Look at what Cherie Corey wrote blog post ..Live the History, Escape Modern Life at the Lady of the Lakes Renaissance Faire, Near Orlando Florida

  3. Mady Alexson says:

    This would be perfect for my grand kids when they are riding in the car..easy to transport and play with.

  4. DEBIJOT says:

    In the van with the kids.

  5. Summer Bonner says:

    love he Doodle Roll.

  6. Karen says:

    twin 3 year olds. need I say more?? lol

  7. Ada Miller says:

    I think my boys would use them while setting at the dr office. Thanks for another awesome giveaway!

  8. Vickie Couturier says:

    We would use this at my house for play time or in the van while going somewhere

    vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

  9. April Barber says:

    The doodle roll would be great at resturants or even on the plane to grandmas!

  10. april yedinak says:

    I would take the doodle roll with us when we visited my family so they could play quietly

  11. Debbie jackson says:

    i would use it at the dining room table with the little ones

  12. joy tetreault says:

    Doodle Rolls are perfect for restaurants and cars! Or how about the rehearsal dinner coming this spring? Expecting 3 kids under 5 to be in a wedding is a tall order, but just getting through the rehearsal dinner is something I am trying to plan ahead for!!

  13. church!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com
    Look at what kelly tillotson wrote blog post ..Thanksgiving

  14. In the car on longer trips!

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