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January Standard Art & Craft Kit • Age 8 plus • Magic Transfer Fridge Magnets & Stitch Magic Carpet

$34.95
January Standard Art & Craft Kit • Age 8 plus • Magic Transfer Fridge Magnets & Stitch Magic Carpet

January Standard Art & Craft Kit • Age 8 plus • Magic Transfer Fridge Magnets & Stitch Magic Carpet

$34.95
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This kit contains Two Art & Craft learning activities every Boy and Girl aged 8 plus would love:

1.  MAGIC TRANSFER FRIDGE MAGNETS:  Decorate your own magnetic tiles using magic transfers. Let your kids' imagination take them to Fairyland. Includes 8 rubber backing magnets, just cut of designs, place on tiles and add water to stick. Waj said, "I wanted fridge magnets that were attractive for kids and with my younger one having to stick them with water she found it equally exciting."

Contents: 8 x mini tiles (4 x 4cm); 8 x rubber magnets; 1 x magic transfer sheet; 1 x dabber; 1 x instruction manual. Hours of fun.

2.  CROSS STITCH YOUR OWN MAGIC CARPET: Fly away to a magical land on a colourful carpet, made by hand! There are only a few ingredients needed to create a carpet like no other - a dusting of magic, a little bit of colour and careful cross-stitch, then you’re ready to fly! Children will be mesmerised by the idea of whizzing through the sky, let their creativity run wild as they bring their chosen carpet to life. Perfect for craft parties, you can pop them in party bags or just enjoy them at home... Stitch, colour and watch them soar across the skies!

Contents: 2 x Pre-punched card templates; 5 x Coloured Threads, 2 x Safe Plastic Needles, 1 x instruction manual.

Designed by educationalists, the benefits of 'learning by doing' is hard to let go.