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Christmas Decorations & Marbling Mugs | December Art & Craft Standard Kit | Age 8+

$34.95
Christmas Decorations & Marbling Mugs | December Art & Craft Standard Kit | Age 8+

Christmas Decorations & Marbling Mugs | December Art & Craft Standard Kit | Age 8+

$34.95
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This kit contains Two Art & Craft learning activities every child loves. These kits are specially designed for kids over 8 years of age.

  1. There’s no doubt that your kids are starting to feel the Christmas spirit (and madness) as their final term of the year is winding down and the shopping centres have started decorating themselves. How about making best out of this excitement and getting them to do some creative work? We’ve got an insanely creative and charming DIY project for your excited kids! This one makes a beautiful wreath with an EL wire decoration (Electroluminescent wire), which glows and flickers in dark and runs on battery. It’s a great learning activity and provides cool technology in your child’s hands. Everything is provided, you just have to Subscribe or Order the December kit. Don’t miss out.
  2. You must have marbled greeting cards while growing up or would have seen someone doing it. People don’t make their own greeting cards nowadays as you can buy them off the shelf from a super market. But there is something in marbling which is very satisfying; plus, what you end up making is uniquely yours and can’t be repeated. So, how about giving this experience to your children and enjoying this pleasure with them? We have included everything you need for a ceramic mug marbling with printed instructions. Let your children explore their creative self and express themselves.

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