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Monday, November 7, 2016

Another Great Klutz Kit Perfect for the Holidays -- Klutz: Make Your Own Mini Erasers (Review)

Disclosure: I was sent a sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  All views shared are mine and mine alone.


Have your kids ever wanted to make their own erasers?  My daughter Savannah asked me a few month ago about making dog ones.  She saw some at the store and thought she could do the same thing at home.  But, she and I wondered where you start.  Thanks to the folks at Klutz, they have taken the guess work out of where to start and what supplies you need, thanks to their Klutz: Make Your Own Mini Erasers (Available for only $14.97 at Amazon right now.


Included in kit:


  • Includes enough clay in the kit to make 25 erasers
  • Use the same techniques from our best selling Make Clay Charms activity kit
  • Create paper crafts to hold your erasers, including a tray of sushi, a box of French fries, and a shoebox for your sneakers
  • Comes with 8 colors of eraser clay, 1 pencil, clay shaping tool, 2 sheets of paper craft displays
  • Also includes a 48 page instructional book

When Savannah saw this come in the mail, she was over the moon excited.  She saw the pink poodle on the cover of the instructional book and couldn't wait to try and make her own.  


As she started to flip through the 48 page instructional book she found a variety of dogs she could make, as well as the following...


Savannah used the instructional book as a guide to make a pup, but ended up trying to make a Paw Patrol pup.  She realized that it was much harder than it looked to make an eraser.  I am not sure if it was the molding clay or just our lack of experience, but we found the clay to crumble or fall apart easily on us.  We tried repeatedly to make a clay figure that I would later put in oven for 30 minutes to dry out.  In the end, this is what the girls came up with for their erasers...


I guess we have to practice more.  We have enough molding clay to make a few more erasers.  And, the girls are eager to try again, as am I.  :-)  We are excited to know how to make erasers and will be making some to give as gifts this holiday season, too!


Disclosure: I was sent a sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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