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A Fun Craft Kit From A New Company

Recently I was ask by a fellow blogger from She Can't Shut Up to help review a fun craft kit from a new company she was starting up.Craft Menagerie is going to be making ceramic pot kits that are a great craft for any child. The kit comes with three brushes that are really great quality, four different colors of paint, and a good sized ceramic pot. The pot come plain white(my son was so excited I didn't get to take a before picture before he ran off with it.) and with brushes ranging from very fine to big their creativity is the only thing that is holding them back.
Paint and brushes

One side of my pot :*)

The other side :O)
I really can't wait till these go on sale all my kids are so excited to paint some more. With great brushes and some paint left over we are sure to be painting pictures all day today :O) Have you are done a craft like this before?? Would you buy something like this for you child, or even a friends?? Make sure to stop by her Facebook page and let her know how you feel about them.

Comments

Unknown said…
Awesome! That's such a great idea! We paint shirts and stuff like that, I'm sure you've seen Taylor in her bright bright pink "big sister" shirt we made right before Ryland was born...
These are awesome and now I'm really wishing a had a green thumb so I could have an excuse to get a painted pot lol
Mellissa said…
LMAO you could put a fake plant in it.
hippie_mom said…
Oh how fun! My boys would love that and during the summer that would be a great inside activity.
LOVE MELISSA:) said…
How fun! My kids would love this!!
Kelly said…
Fun! I wonder what my 11 month old would draw :)
Unknown said…
All of the families including mine would love this. It would really save having to hunt for all of the supplies!
RenĂ©e said…
so cute! thanks for sharing
Unknown said…
What a great Father's Day gift!

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