Colored Sands - Fish Rainbows
Our price: $15.75
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Bring exotic fish to life in this fun variation on the classic paint-by-numbers art kit. Just peel, sprinkle, and enjoy. Fish Rainbow includes four pre-printed images of beautiful fish on glue-covered cards; nine pots of ready-to-apply colored sand; two containers of glitter; a peeling stick to make the process easier; and a detailed, wordless instruction booklet — all housed in the lovely, sturdy gift box.
Ingeniously designed to conserve sand, the sturdy Fish Rainbows box has a small hole in one corner, allowing you to shake in leftover sand and pour it back into the sand containers. The sand pots are a bit tough to open, so your young artist may need your help removing the lids.
For age: 6 to 11 years
Designed in France by: Djeco
My daughter absolutely adores this kit. She loves the glittery end products. This kit gives her a chance to be semi-messy, yet create a beautiful work of art!
I like that this art kit wasn't a 15 minute project but started teaching my child attention to detail and patience. She has finished all of the projects now and she is so proud of them!
My kid doesn’t love arts and crafts but he got into these. The mess was minimal. Which I loved.
I think this one was worth both the mess and the price. Prep by gathering some trays or cookie sheets to work on, or you'll be finding sand to clean forever. We managed to keep the mess to a minimum, but this is certainly a supervised project. My 6 year old could handle it, though - you peel stickers and apply bits of colorful sand one at a time. We love our finished fish! They're hanging in the classroom., brightening the place up. This is a fun craft project to add to the roster!
There is endless fun with this sand art. One of my children likes to substitute different sand colors in place of the ones suggested, so there are many ways to create these lovely fish, with highly satisfying results.
One thing to note, it helps to put the picture and the sand you're using, on a tray to collect the scattered gains of sand. Then when you're done with that color, transfer it to a piece of paper and funnel back into the correct sand container. You'll run out of sand if you don't do this.