I’m an Ambassador for the #kodakavengers Linky Challenge. The Linky celebrates the power of Super Heroes as well as the DVD and Blu-ray release of Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, along with free printables for creating your own Super Hero adventure at home from Kodak. I’m highlighting the cool things you can do with the printables – join in and you could win £500 or one of 3 Kodak Hero 7.1 All-in-One printers plus Marvel’s Avengers Assemble on DVD! Find out more.
Kodak are doing some super-heroic stuff to mark the release of Avengers Assemble on DVD and Blu ray. If you have any Avengers or Marvel fans in your house, check out Kodak’s new Avengers printables, there’s everything from party invites to masks and door hangers. Everything you need to assemble your own Avengers. There’s also two amazing Kodak Avengers competitions I want to tell you about, with some awesome prizes.
The first of the two competitions I want to tell you about, a draw to win a 3D TV package or 1 of 10 limited edition Avengers printing kits, involves finding your inner avenger. As a drama teacher I take getting into role very seriously, so I relished the soul searching super hero questions. Would you believe it, I’m serious, happy working alone, prefer flexible super hero clothes and I’m attracted to magical hammers…
Sadly we didn’t have a blonde wig, red cape or armour to hand. Sadly Mr G’s agent wouldn’t clear him to be anything other than a pirate. But, my nephew and daughter were keen to muck about with the printable masks. So instead I give you Captain America and the Incredible Hulk:
As you can tell, the hours of method acting in rehearsal paid off. Okay, so we cheated, I printed them some Avengers posters from the Kodak site to help them perfect their posing. I’ve had my Kodak 7 in 1 printer since I tested the Big App last November and now I know how economical it is, I’m relaxed about colour printing. The cartridges are cheap at around £10 and last much longer than others I’ve tried.
After exhausting the possibilities of The Incredible Hulk, Miss L decided she wanted to be a girl character instead: Black Widow. My nephew also felt he had a more natural affiliation with Hawk Eye. This gave us a chance to practice moody facial expressions.
Which brings me to the other great competition, head over to the Britmums #KodakAvengers linky to find out how you can win £500 or 1 of 3 Kodak Hero 7.1 printers and ink, just by posting a blog post with a photo of your child/family/self having fun with the Avengers printables. I’ve got lots more ideas for what to do with the Avengers printables over the next two weeks, look out for my superhero box city and superhero play ideas. Check out which masks Maggy and family chose over at Red Ted Art. Sadly I’m not eligible to win the competition, but you are
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