Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.
We like these Made by Me kits because they allow us to get hands on with the kids in a crafty sort of way. Even better, we're making crafts they'll see and appreciate all of the time, like this Mix and Mold Stepping Stones Kit.
The kit comes with 4 bags of mix, so you can make a whole set of stepping stones.
You can use the plastic 3D mold to make your stone, or you can design it however you see fit. If you look very carefully here, you can see the dragonfly and leaf on the included plastic mold.
The kit comes with directions, 4 bags of stepping stone mix, mixing stick, 3D plastic mold tray, paint, ceramic squares and gem circles, a paintbrush, gloves and stickers.
The first stone my little niece made with the kit, is a conglomeration of colors. She used paint. I was surprised she didn't use the stickers for this one, because you know, 4-year-olds do love their stickers! Please note that this kit is recommended for ages 6 and up, so if you are working with children who are younger, be very mindful that they do not put any of these things in their mouth! We knew little one would not, but were vigilant anyway in keeping watch. Plus, part of the fun is that you are making this together.
There's something magical about seeing a bag of mold turn into a solid stepping stone that you decorated, and now love. This particular stone has the word 'dad' on it. The next one will probably have her handprint embedded in it. Because it's a mold, so you can do that too. What a great keepsake to have in the yard, where you don't usually get to keep such things. It's a delightful way to decorate the grass or garden, don't you think? We love this one, and we can't wait to make the next one in the set.
U.S. MSRP: $9.97
Introduce your child to mixing and molding as they create customized stepping stones with the Made by Me Mix and Mold Stepping Stone Kit! Encourage creativity as they learn to paint their own artwork on a different surface, write out fun messages, and sign their designs with handprints. This fun and exciting activity is a great way to boost confidence as they display their masterpieces for all to see.
Kit includes: 4 Bags of Stepping Stone Mix- 1 3D Molding Tray- 10 Assorted Plastic Gems- 10 Ceramic Tiles- 1 Sticker Sheet- 1 Pair of Gloves- 1 Mixing Stick- 1 Protective Mask- 1 Paint Brush- 1 Ceramic Paint Strip- Easy-to-Follow Instructions
Availability: Amazon, Walmart
I remember my girls making these. It was always so much fun to see their projects out in the garden. Sadly, the harsh elements here caused them to break, but what good times they had creating stepping stones for me!ReplyDelete
It looks like fun. I've always wanted to make stepping stones to look like big pillows, or have a big leaf in printed in them.ReplyDelete
They do look like fun.ReplyDelete
Decades ago we used plaster of paris to make mould of our hands in the sand.
That's a great idea for a gift for children. It makes them productive and creative.ReplyDelete
Sure look like fun for the kiddos and it gets them crafty so a win indeed. Yeah, doing it together means you can watch and ensure nothing goes into their mouth, which many sure like to do.ReplyDelete
This looks like a lot of fun for the kids. It would be great to see what they come up with, and to be able to hold on to for great memories!ReplyDelete
These are a great indoor or outdoor activity for the kids. They could decorate a yard or garden or they could be painted in a way to memorialize a pet.ReplyDelete
How fun. I would love to do this and I'm old.ReplyDelete
Your son is most handsome.
Have a fabulous day and week, my friend. ♥
This looks like so much fun! I'm sure any kid would love to make their molded rock and color it.ReplyDelete
I do love this activity for kids. My nephew would love doing this outdoors!ReplyDelete
This looks like something my kids would really enjoy doing! I'll have to pick one up for them.ReplyDelete
Stepping Stones seems like a fun game. I hope my nephews would love this. I'll get one for them.ReplyDelete
Stepping Stones looks like so much fun! I'll show this to my son to see if this is something he would like to get for his birthday.ReplyDelete
My grandson is still too young to make one himself but I would still get a kit. We can make stepping stones together and I am sure he'd love it.ReplyDelete
These stepping stones are so beautiful! What a nice personal touch to add to your garden.ReplyDelete