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It’s so easy for Little Hands to start making art! Simply peel the picture one section at a time, crunch up the colorful tissue paper squares, and stick them down. Each kit comes with 6 self-stick patterns, 500 tissue paper squares in a rainbow of colors, and 4 giant wiggly eyes.
For Ages: 3 years & up.
|My Tissue Art||
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Comments about My Tissue Art:
I got this for my 3 year old boy. It contains several sheets of adhesive paper in different shapes - you peel off a stip (exposing the sticky side), scrunch up some tissue paper, and stick it on. It comes with several different colors of tissue paper, already cut into nice little squares. It also has a couple of googly eyes to stick on some of the shapes
My son is very energetic. That said, this kept his interest for about 10-15 minutes before he wanted to move on. For a craft project, that is pretty good! The next day, he asked to do it again. I think this would be great if your child is more patient, a little older, or interested in crafts.
There is nothing special or magical in this set. It is just shapes with sticky stuff and squares of tissue paper. You could probably make it yourself easily enough. However, considering the price, it was worth it for me for the convenience.
Also, I'm not sure how durable the finished products are. If you are looking to give these as long-lasting gifts, this may not be the best choice, as the tissue paper is only stuck on with the equivalent of tape (not glue). But if you just want an enjoyable craft for your child, this is a good choice.