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Bendastix Creative Fun!

Hi Neighbors!

How many of you over the summer so far have heard, "I'm bored!"?  Well, look no further!  Now you can pull out the Bendastix and create some imaginative fun!  My daughters and I actually pulled ours out one Sunday afternoon, while everyone else was busy.  I have included a few pictures of what we were able to create with our Bendastix.  Oh, and we have had some major discussions going on regarding how to pronounce Bendastix.  One says, bend a sticks and the other pronounces it bend astic, more like fantastic.  Now, I have a feeling the first pronunciation is probably correct, but it has become a regular discussion when these are pulled out.




Anyway, Bendastix are fun!  Instead of building with non-flexible material, you get to bend, twist and shape the Bendastics to the shape you need.  We created to different figures, along with a ring and a bracelet.  Just look at them!



The kit comes with a booklet with all kinds of ideas in it.  Of course you don't have to go by the book, experiment and have fun!  There are several different kits to choose from.  I received the Big Box, but there are also Braceletz, Botz, Budz, Bandz and Bowz.  Be sure to "Like" their Facebook page HERE and you can subscribe to their Youtube page HERE if you like.



A little about Bendastix:

Since the company’s inception in 1953, Fibre-Craft customers "have rightly come to expect our products to be of the very highest quality at the very best value," reads its website. "In addition to superior quality, what sets Fibre-Craft® apart is its insistence on innovation and creativity.
Fibre-Craft strives to maintain an open-minded environment that lends itself to originality and imaginative
thinking, which is on display in its ever-growing collection of new products."

Fibre-Craft's BENDASTIX™ makes its debut with eight arts & crafts kits priced affordably from $6.99
to $19.99. Designed for children ages 6 and up, each BENDASTIX™ kit is packaged with a soft and
squishy handle tempting youngsters to quickly open the box. It's the ultimate in open-ended imaginative
play. An ad campaign with a catchy TV commercial is planned coast to coast this summer to introduce
the new arts and crafts concept.


One neighbor will receive a Big Box of Bendastix.  Hurry up and enter soon.

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

DEBIJOT said…
I think he would build animals.
Darlene said…
I think my granddaughter would make a bracelet.
ShellyH said…
Knowing our Princess...something that she could then use with her Barbies...some type of accessory I am guessing.
rubynreba said…
I think my granddaughter would make a bracelet.
andrea v said…
My daughter said a face bracelet
Kimberly said…
My daughter would most likely make flowers
shirley said…
necklaces, animals, and pictures.
degood said…
I think my daughter would try to make a cat with them or a flower.
Vunda Vall said…
my daughter would build bracelets!
Unknown said…
My kids would build little guys to play with.
Unknown said…
I think my son would build some crazy glasses.
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Jessica said…
I think my girls would love to design jewelry pieces. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

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