67 of 67 people found the following review helpful
takes a bit of time but end results good,
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:
This review is from: Mould & Paint Glitter Fairy Plaster Kit (Toy)
Sorry to read previous review as I think these plaster of paris mould sets are great (unlike shaker maker which was a messy waste of time). Add a little water to the bag of plaster of paris, mix, pour into moulds (you can add a magnet when its just starting to thicken), leave to set for a few hours, carefully pop out of the mould,(the fairies should be hard and shiny) and then use the paints to decorate.
There are two bags of plaster included so you can make another batch of fairies another time.
My five and 10 year old love them and enjoy giving them to gran or whoever afterwards.
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Initial post: 29 Nov 2009 20:10:37 GMT
C. Johnson says:
Thanks for your review.I too ,was sorry to read the previous review as I have had these kits before and found them great and easy to use.Admittedly I did the mixing as my grandaughter is only 5 years old and although the finished article looked nothing like the one on the the box,this was due to her painting skills rather than the product itself.She thoroughly enjoyed the whole process and was immensly proud of what she had created.Enough said.
Posted on 7 Nov 2011 15:09:15 GMT
Very helpful review, thank you.
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