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KSG Arts and Crafts Baboushka 0925 Russian Doll Painting Kit
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- Russian Doll Painting Kit
- Create a colourful set of 5 Russian Nesting Dolls by following the full colour instructions
- Use the brush and 6 acrylic paints and varnish to paint and varnish the 5 wooden dolls
- Stick the pre printed self adhesive face on to the wooden dolls
- Hours of fun decorating these beautiful Russian dolls
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Spend hours of fun painting and decorating these beautiful Russian nesting dolls using the colourful acrylic paints and varnish. Either follow the full colour instructions which are included in the kit or paint your own special design on the wooden dolls. The kit comes with self adhesive faces which can be stuck on the dolls. Contains everything you need to decorate the wooden dolls, including paints, brush, varnish, colour instructions and self adhesive face stickers. Either display the finished product in your home or give it to a friend. Made in the UK by KSG Arts and Crafts.
5 x wooden Russian nesting dolls, 6 x acrylic paints, 1 x varnish capsule, brush, self adhesive face stickers and full colour instructions.
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Before you can even begin, you've got to wrestle the smaller dolls out of the bigger ones. Not as simple as you might imagine, given that the cheap wood doesn't exactly slot together smoothly. Geoff Capes would have probably had a hard time getting these things apart, never mind a seven year old girl. But, eventually, after much sweating and swearing by me (my daughter learned three new words, so that was something), I got them apart. Hurrah! Time to paint. But wait - not yet. Because, for some absurd reason, although the outline of the dolls' outfits have been put in place by the manufacturers, they seem to have got fed up and given up partway through. So they tell you to get a pencil and fill in the rest. Once that's done, your kid can start painting.
At first I was fooled into thinking it might all turn out okay in the end. But that's because I took the precaution of starting her off with the largest doll - more surface area to work with. But by the time you're down to the fourth smallest, more paint will be on your table than on the doll. And once you get to the teeny baby doll, you may as well just give your kid free rein to paint themselves and any nearby furniture. 'My, that looks tricky,' I found myself saying, while my daughter gleefully smeared paint everywhere. 'Maybe I should have a go'.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Could be good but we couldn't open the big doll to get the others out so was a bit disappointingPublished 5 months ago by Ingrid faulkner
My Neice wanted her own set of Russian dolls so I thought instead of buying them all done why not let her do it her self in her unique way, she painted them they all look fab she... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sana Younis
looks good, feels good quality but unable to comment any further as its for christmasPublished 6 months ago by Richard J Curtis
granddaughter enjoyed painting these kept her quiet for a morningPublished 15 months ago by nanna rose