Monday, January 18, 2010

Spread Heads Review & Giveaway - (CLOSED)


I received 4 Spread Heads for review from Spread Heads. Spread Heads are fun funny face toppers you put on your ketchup, mustard, and toothpaste. I thought they were hilarious. My daughter could not put the Spread Heads down when they came in. She played with them. I guess you could say she really liked the Spread Heads. My husband thought they were cool.




Ketchup Charlie Spread Head is yellow and made of hard plastic. As you can see from the picture the ketchup flows out of his nose like a bloody nose making your ketchup an instant toy and eating more fun for the whole family. Ketchup Charlie is a universal cap size that fits most standard upright ketchup bottles. Ketchup Charlie cost only $3.99.




Mustard Marvin Spread Head is green and made of hard plastic. As you can from the picture mustard is flowing out of his mouth like vomit making your mustard bottle an instant toy. Granted it seems a little gross but kids love it. Mustard Marvin is a universal size cap fits most standard Yellow Mustard bottles. Mustard Marvin cost only $3.99.


Ketchup Charlie and Mustard Marvin from Spread Heads would be awesome for hotdogs. Think about all the fun kids would have using spread heads to make their hot dogs awesome. They would be great for special events and barbeques. However when you are done using Spread Heads you have to store you condiments with their regular caps because Spread Heads do not protect against contamination. Don’t forget to wash your Spread Heads when you are done using them.


Toothpaste Oscar and Toothpaste Pete from Spread Heads are fun toothpaste toppers that make brushing teeth fun for kids. You can even say they these Spread Heads encourage kids to brush their teeth. They are made from hard plastic. Toothpaste Oscar is a funny orange cat and toothpaste flows from his mouth. Toothpaste Pete is a funny white with black spotted dog and toothpaste flows from his mouth. These Spread Heads are designed with a universal size cap to fit most toothpaste brands. These costs only $4.99.

My favorites out of the Spread Heads were Mustard Marvin because he looks so awesome and Toothpaste Pete because I thought he was cut. I think many kids will have fun with Spread Heads. I know I daughter enjoyed them. Plus Spread Heads are very affordable. I would recommend them!

Spread Heads also offers sells Self Help Joke Books for $4.99 each here.

Win it!

One lucky Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles reader will win a 4 Spread Heads from Spread Heads . This includes Ketchup Charlie, Mustard Marvin, Toothpaste Oscar, and Toothpaste Pete.
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To Enter Go to Spread Heads and tell me a fact you see under the about us tab here .

This is mandatory before all extra entries.

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3 Entries: Blog about this contest with a link back to our blog AND a link to Spread Heads(Leave a link back to your post in your comment).    
1 Entry: Follow us on twitter and tweet this contest. You may do this once daily (always leave the link in your comment).   
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10 Entries: Make a purchase from Spread Heads! 
Find out how to earn more entries here. 

Make sure your entries are legit or you will be disqualified. I do check! 

Good luck! Contest ends on January 27th at midnight EST. Winner will be announced January 28th. Winner will be chosen through random.org. 

Effective Immediately: Include your email in your comment or your entry will not count.

Open to U.S. only!

No Purchase Necessary. Void where prohibited by law. I was provided a product or sample for this Review & Giveaway..




64 comments:

  1. It is an idea that had been in the inventors' heads since 1991

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  2. Following Spread Heads on twitter (meangirlmeg)

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  3. That the inventor looks just as goofy as the Spread Head products do!!!
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  4. I follow publicly.
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  5. since 1991 its been in the inventors minds.thanks
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  6. spread heads was invented in 1991 by an overworked auto body assembly worker :)



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  7. fan of spread heads on fbook


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  8. following spread heads on twitter @IHeartCupcakes5


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  9. following publicly

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  10. following on twitter @IHeartCupcakes5

    tweet

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  11. I learned that the creator of this product, Mr. Henton, was forced to retire.
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  12. I learned the inventor first came up with the idea in 1991.
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  13. daily tweet

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  14. Mr. Henton became one of those sidewalk mumbling nomads singing repetitively what seemed to be a jingle for Spread Heads from a Saturday morning children TV spot.

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  15. I am following Spread Heads on Twitter

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  16. I am following you on Twitter

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  17. They were invented by Holland Henton.

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  18. SpreadHeads was an idea the inventor carried around in his head since 1991.

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  19. The inventor had this idea in their head since 1991.

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  20. Following Spread Heads on Twitter (1day1dollar)

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  21. Spread Heads is a simple idea that laid dormant in hibernation in the inventors head since 1991.
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  22. daily tweet


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  23. added your button to my blog 1

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  24. added your button to my blog 2

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  25. The inventer thought of this in 1991. Thanks for the chance.
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  26. One day an up and coming jingle genius passed by the babbling singing inventor and the catchy tune caught his ear. The inventor was coaxed to go into a sound booth in exchange for a shopping cart with two good wheels—the rest is history.

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  27. "A fourth generation over worked American car assembly line body maker forced into early retirement after the government's tax payer bail out debacle, stumbled on the jingle due to the loose regulations of the 2001 Patriot Act, and decided to mass produce Spread Heads for kids worldwide."

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  28. Somebody found a grocery cart with two good wheels!
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  29. Spread Heads Facebook fan: heather french (The Mom Union)
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  30. Following Spread Heads on twitter: momunion
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  31. Following via google friends: heathergf
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  32. Email newsletter subscriber: dontaskme22(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  33. Facebook fan of Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles and I spread the word (& link) on my Facebook wall: heather french (The Mom Union)
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  34. blogged:
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  35. blogged:
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  36. blogged:
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  37. Following you on twitter: momunion
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  38. new button's on sidebar: http://iblameitonthecat.blogspot.com/
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  39. new button's on sidebar: http://iblameitonthecat.blogspot.com/
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    I think that's it for entries. Those spread heads are hysterical. GLTA!

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  40. A fourth generation over worked American car assembly line body maker forced into early retirement after the government's tax payer bail out debacle, stumbled on the jingle due to the loose regulations of the 2001 Patriot Act, and decided to mass produce Spread Heads for kids worldwide.


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  41. tweet


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  42. The inventor is a sidewalk, mumbling nut.

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  43. It is an idea that had been in the inventors' heads since 1991..

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  44. Spread Heads is a simple idea that laid dormant in hibernation in the inventors head since 1991.
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  45. sent Spread Heads a myspace friend request-tim hughes
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  46. Spread Heads facebook fan-tim hughes
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  47. Spread Heads twitter follower-packerfantimmy
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  48. google friend-packerfantimmy
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  49. email subscriber-titletowntreasures(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  50. This product was invented in 1991.

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  51. The inventor was coaxed to go into a sound booth in exchange for a shopping cart with two good wheels—the rest is history.

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  52. friend and posted on fb :)
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  53. http://twitter.com/klp1965/status/8297109923

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  54. Holland Henton is the Spread Head Inventor

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  55. Thanks for the great contest!
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  56. I learned that Spread Heads is a simple idea that laid dormant in hibernation in the inventors head since 1991.

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  57. I became a fan of Spread Heads on Facebook.

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  58. I subscribed by email.

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  59. Spread Heads is a simple idea that laid dormant in hibernation in the inventors head since 1991.

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  60. I became your friend on Facebook and updated my status with a link to this giveaway.

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