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4M Glitter Ballerina Mould and Paint
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- Mould and paint your own ballerinas fairies
- Mould them, paint them and make them sparkle with glitter
- Create either fridge magnets or badges
- A lovely creative activity for girls
- Includes one mould with six designs
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Make your own beautiful glitter ballerina fridge magnets. Contains moulds for 6 assorted ballerina designs. Makes the perfect gift.
Mould and Paint your very own ballerinas, the pack comes with a single mould with six different designs of ballerinas and materials to make six magnets or badges. Mix the plaster and pour into the moulds, it may take some time to set. Once dry, use paints to decorate your beautiful ballerinas, and sprinkle with some glitter to bring some sparkle to your creations. It's so easy to do, and so much fun. Suitable for children aged five and over. 4M specialise in quality arts and crafts kits, that encourage children to explore and enjoy traditional skills, whilst being creative and using their imaginations to have fun.See all Product Description
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The instructions tell you to mix water into the plaster. This is wrong! You must always put water first and then sprinkle the plaster on top. Once it's wet, you gently stir the mixture and pour into the mould. If you do it the way they suggest, your mixture will have lumps in it and be brittle. After you pour the liquid plaster into the mould, do not forget to tap the mould on the table to help the air bubbles rise to the surface.
When the plaster is cold and has hardened, you can turn out the mould onto a towel. Break any extra plaster around the figurines with your thumb. You can smooth the edges with fine sandpaper if you wish but I am sure the kids will be eager to start painting. Advise them to start with the lighter colours first and let each layer dry before they proceed to the next. You will need to mix the paints for them in a palette because at a younger age they are not able to do this successfully. Protect their clothes and surfaces as the paint is not washable (no matter what they claim). The amount of times that strip of paint tubs has dropped on a carpet or overturned on the table... It takes increased manual dexterity and colour sense to produce figurines as beautiful as the ones pictured on the package. Some children may find using felt tip pens easier than using the brush as it is miniature work.
Now to a bit of criticism to the product:
1) the moulds are not detailed enough
2) the plaster is not good quality. It is not Plaster of Paris (the white one which gives a really smooth and pleasant finish).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived quickly, good product but smaller than I thought it would bePublished 6 months ago by lolomc38