CitiBlocs: Review and Giveaway

Any product that can entertain my almost three year old and husband gets an A+ in my book. The possibilities with CitiBlocs are endless, you can build anything from houses and helicopters to tigers and towers. From the website:

Citiblocs are high quality wooden construction blocks which inspire both traditional building and modern design. The secret behind Citiblocs is that every piece is exactly the same shape and size. Each block is precisely cut from Grade A Radiata Pine from certified renewable forests in New Zealand. Citiblocs Building requires no glue, no snaps, no connectors and no magnets: just gravity, balance and imagination.

Building with Citiblocs is simple: stack one block on top of another. Their specific size and shape and weight allows building that is simply not possible with other building toys. Build a small cabin by the lake or a tower that reaches the stars!”

My son has played with the CitiBlocs every day since they arrived. He has attempted to build houses and bridges, but he is a little young to make anything by himself, so it becomes a family affair. We received the new Citiblocs Camouflage Color, in exciting new colors: green, olive, brown, khaki plus natural blocks, but the blocs come in many different colors and are all the same size making building easy. It is amazing to me how high you can build and they remain stable. Unlike different models that require snaps and/or glue, when you are finish building you just knock your creation down and start all over again! I have to admit that this is my son’s favorite part.

Since the blocs are made of real wood pine, they will last a lifetime. An added advantage of the Citiblocs is that they are certified safe and non-toxic!Β  Citiblocs can provide hours of entertainment for your entire family.


One winner will receive the 100 piece CitiBlocs set in Camouflage colors!

How to Enter:

1. Tell me what your child would build with CitiBlocs!

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog and CitiBlocs (10 extra entries).

2. Follow me (@BridgetteLA) and @CitiBlocs on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Limited to 10 a day, please. (You must have over 50 Twitter followers to qualify for unlimited entries!)

3. Subscribe to my blog.

4. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog and CitiBlocs on Facebook.

5. Place my blog button on your sidebar.

Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on September 26th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.

This post is the opinion of Beth of Experimental Mommy. Others may have a differing opinion of the product. While a sample product was received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% honest.


  1. I would build a tower.

  2. My nephew would build a fort for his soldiers

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  4. My son is actually at a stage where he would rather line the blocks up across the floor by color. I can imagine what he would do with 100 blocks! πŸ™‚

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  6. My child would build a castle.

  7. My kids would build castles with these!

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  9. I like you and Citiblocks on FB as Anne Loyd.

  10. My son would build houses or towers … and then his little sister would come along and knock them down πŸ˜‰

  11. a fire station

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  13. I’m sure my kids would build houses for their toy animals.

  14. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Probably a princess castle.

  15. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I follow ya’ll on twitter as mbm218 and tweeted:!/mbm218/status/112686304373903360

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  18. I’m pretty sure my son would build a garage to house all his little cars!

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  22. My son would build a train.

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  25. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

    My son would probably build a robot. Or at least try too. LOL

  26. Stephanie V. says:

    an animal rescue!
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  27. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

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  28. I follow you and CitiBlocs on Twitter (@myangeleryn) –!/MyAngelEryn/status/112694240844328960

  29. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

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  31. I “like” The Not-so-Blog and CitiBlocs on Facebook (Christina Foley)

  32. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

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  33. We like to build car garages with my 3 year olds blocks and he drives his hot wheels onto them. We only have large toddler blocks..these would be much more fun!

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  36. Pauline Milner says:

    With Citiblocs, our Son would likely start out by building a log cabin. He is into building cabins right now.

    Thanks for the great giveaway. ~Pauline (dod@rogers.coom)

  37. Pauline Milner says:

    I am following you and @Citiblocs on Twitter.

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    I tweeted about your giveaway today:!/bullittmilner/status/112818307253538817

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  39. Pauline Milner says:

    I am a fan of yours and Citibloc’s on Facebook.

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  40. My son would build a garage for his cars.

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  42. Hi! This isn’t an entry (that wouldn’t be right, as we carry Citiblocs), but I’d like to suggest to your readers that an AWESOME and engaging project to build with Citiblocs is a “Ping Pong Ball Run”. Marbles are generally too heavy/small to be fun with Citiblocs runs, but Ping Pong Balls are perfect! We were originally shown this concept by Ben T., a Citiblocs Master Builder, and we’ve “run” with it ever since!

    Keep building!!

    Eric B.
    Master Citiblocs Builder

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  45. Anita Yancey says:

    My daughter would probably build a fancy house.


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  47. Pretty sure she’d build a farm for her animals to live on.

  48. Valerie Mabrey says:

    tower after tower lol

  49. Deborah Rosen says:

    CJ would probably try to build a garage for his beloved cars and trucks.

  50. My son would love to build pens for all his animal figures.

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  53. Jennifer Estep says:

    We would build towers to knock over

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  55. beth shepherd says:

    a castle
    thank you

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  59. She would build houses for her Littlest Pet Shop animals!

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  61. Rosanne Morrison says:

    He would try to make a car or truck out of it somehow

  62. Rosanne Morrison says:

    Follow BridgetteLA and Citiblocs on Twitter and tweeted:!/rosannepm/status/113812757509455872

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  65. Amanda Nordman says:

    He would probably build a tower. He loves to make those.

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  67. Amanda Nordman says:

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  70. joanne major says:

    my granddaughter would make houses and buildings

  71. joanne major says:

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  73. Probably a Sky Scraper

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    thanks bunches

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  76. My son would build many things with Citiblocs. The biggest thing he would build would be a jail to put the bad guys in. Or s big wall that we could crash down with play cars! So muc fun! Great blocs!

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    Thank you

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  79. hahaha, my kids would build towers and then knock them down!

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  84. He would probably build a train station

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  88. My son would build space/Star Wars scenes. He loves to build with anything he can get his hands on.

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  90. renee walters says:

    I follow your blog on GFC, subscribe to your email and like you both on Facebook! I would love to win this for my son! He would build the space theme! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters

  91. My children love to build towers and castles- They would probably build a tower with the Citiblocs.

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  93. A tower to knock down of course!!!
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  95. He would probably build a house

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  97. I like both on facebook
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  98. Our daughter likes to build hotels.

  99. I “Like” Citiblocs and The Not-So-Blog on Facebook.

  100. my daughter would build a dream house for her barbie’s.


  102. daniel healey says:

    My son would build a castle.

  103. michelle r. says:

    my son would build a schoolhouse

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  105. michelle r. says:

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  106. She would probably try to build a farmhouse, fences and all. Thanks.

  107. I follow you both on twitter and tweeted:!/BSsMom/status/118031319929327617

  108. i’m sure she would build a penthouse apartment for her dolls.

  109. My daughter would most likely build a swimming pool or doll house for her barbies. πŸ™‚

  110. She is really into bridges, so I am sure that is one of the things she would try to build.

  111. He would build a log cabin

  112. Building, houses and bridges, thanks

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  114. Leslie Galloway says:

    pyramids! or a castle.

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  117. Leslie Galloway says:

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  118. Jodi Kershuk says:

    I think my son, with my hubbys help would build a castle for mommy :o)

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    Liked both on facebook.

  121. Jodi Kershuk says:

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  122. My daughter would probably build a house, or a fort sweepmorey at gmail dot com

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  125. robyn paris says:

    They would build a big house

  126. Leslie Galloway says:
  127. a log cabin

  128. kathy pease says:

    my son would probably build a basketball stadium

  129. Pauline Milner says:
  130. Stephanie Barmann says:

    My daughter would probably build a tower.

  131. Leslie Galloway says:
  132. Definitely build an army barracks.


  133. wendy wallach says:

    my child would probably build some sort of castle

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  134. Kat Emerick says:

    My grandson would build houses and buildings.

  135. Kat Emerick says:

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  136. My child would build a bridge for his cars to go under.

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  139. Kristin Kennedy says:

    My kids would build towers. They are all about the towers!

  140. Leslie Galloway says:
  141. Kerrie Mayans says:

    He would proably build a tower since that is what he does with blocks.

  142. susan smoaks says:

    our son would build a bridge

  143. My son would build cars & helicopters

  144. I’m an email subscriber.

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  146. Kendra Gillilan says:

    cabins, castles! thanks

  147. Kendra Gillilan says:
  148. My son would build some type of fort, I’m sure! Thanks for the giveaway!

  149. crystal allen says:

    my son will build a house and a garage and maybe a barn, thanks clallen at ntin dot net

  150. My daughter would probably just stack them up.

  151. My daughter would build towers! She loves towers πŸ™‚

  152. My kids would love to build a camouflage snack like the one on the site. reejen at comcast dot net

  153. My daughter likes to go tall…I’m sure she’d build the tallest tower she could!!!

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  155. I Follow me (@BridgetteLA) and @CitiBlocs on Twitter w/ katklaw777 and Tweeted…!/katklaw777/status/118522452023328768

  156. Leslie Galloway says:
  157. he likes to build towers and castles for his knights

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  159. They’d build a parking garage

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