This unique craft kit allows your child to use a relatively new art form to create one stunning card. Like painting by numbers, with the Tiger Crystal Art Card Kit, your student places tiny resin "crystals" on the corresponding numbered dots on the coded adhesive card. This process creates a vibrant, color-rich, mosaic-style piece of art—a perfect respite for when your child needs a brain break! Tiger Crystal Art uses round crystals that require less exact placement than square crystals, so applying them is faster, especially using the provided stylus.
Peel back the protective plastic to expose a sticky area to work on. Open a numbered crystal packet, dip the pick-up pen in a touch of jelly wax (to pick up crystals), and place the crystal on the corresponding coded position.
Please note that due to the generous size/weight of these postcards, additional postage may be required.
Manufacturer's Information Manufacturer: Outset Media Age Recommendation: 8+ Grade Recommendation: 3rd+ Faith-Based: No Consumable: Yes Assembly Time: About 60-90 minutes Size: 7" x 7"
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Review by Just a Mom Trying to Make It Happen:
”This was a really cool art project/craft. I felt this kit could be used in two ways. One would be to do the crystal art your self and send the card to a loved one. The second would be to fill out the card and send it to the loved one for them to do the crystal art card like a gift. The card was so beautiful completed.”
”This unique tiger crystal craft is a fun, no-mess activity that would also make a great gift! Its concept is similar to painting or coloring by number but instead of paint, tiny resin crystals are used.”
”Crystal Art Kit from the 4th grade curriculum kit made for the perfect mother-daughter art day. We had a blast putting this Tiger Art Card together. It took us about 2 days to complete and probably about a total of 2/3 hours.”
”This was such a fun project. Both Brylee and I enjoyed it. This would be a perfect rainy day quiet time project. It would also be a great gift idea. You could write your (birthday) message in the card and give the crystals with it for the recipient to do (or you could do the crystals yourself because they are that much fun!!).”
”This is not a craft that your child works on that sticks around the house for only a few days. It is a keepsake and a piece of art. Since it is a card, it makes the perfect gift for someone who deserves more than a measly dollar store card.”