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It’s holiday gift guide time and this item is at the top of our Holiday Gift Guide for sure. Last year we reviewed the RoseArt Roto-Motion Mixer Dino Lab and it was a big hit with Miles. This year RoseArt has a special art kit for girls and Zoe LOVES it. We received the RoseArt Spin & Sparkle Mold and Paint Pet maker.
We also received a bunch of the Spin & Sparkle Pet Packs. There are 11 different pets for you to collect and create.
Zoe’s favorite was the seal.
We created two different videos for you to preview. The first video is an unboxing of the starter kit, the Spin & Sparkle maker which includes the base. You have to have the base for all the mixing and actual mold creation.
Watch Zoe’s video to see what all comes in the box….
After that video she wanted to show you exactly how to crate the mold. It’s really easy to do and after she made this video she made about five more of them. This kept her busy all day on a rainy day.
Then later she shared the kits with her neighborhood friends and it was again a huge hit with the girls. They spent hours making and decorating pets.
Be sure to cover your work surface before working with the Spin and Sparkle. Read the instructions carefully and pay very very close attention to the time. You need fill water to the line on your mixing container. Then put the powder in. Mix quickly and once it starts to thicken (a soap-like consistancy) pour into your mold. Then fill it to the fill line. Tap to get out the air bubbles and if you have more space put a little more mixture in. Then cover with a paper towel square. Let your kid do all the spinning (about 2 minutes). Be sure to wait the appropriate time. Tell your kids it takes time to set up (at least 30 minutes) and once it is they will have lots of fun painting it and then playing with it. Remember this it’s very important to follow the directions that come with it.
Zoe’s hardest part was waiting for the molds to harden but once they did she had a blast painting them. She also loved collecting the backgrounds for her stories.
I recommend this for creative girls that love art. I also think it would make a fantastic birthday party activity and party favor. Have all the girls create one at the beginning let them play then have cake and let them paint. Then if they want to play more they can. Or have the molds made ahead of time, I’m sure the birthday girl would love to make all the molds then let her friends sit together and paint them all.
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