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Peaceable Kingdom Foil Art

Hey neighbors!

Looking for some summertime "inside" fun?  Check out the new Foil Art from Peaceable Kingdom.  We actually had a Sunday afternoon where all the family was gone except for the two younger girls.  So after church and lunch, we went ahead and pulled out the Foil Art!




This was quite a bit of fun.  I did learn to work one area at a time and to always try to do the smaller areas first.  At least this worked better for me.  We chose pictures and worked together.  You simply pick the picture you would like to work on and then peel off the cover label.  Choose the color foil paper you want to use and place it face down on the now revealed sticky portion of your picture.  Rub the back of the foil paper and slowly peel off.  It leaves the foil adhered to the sticky part of your picture.






They come out really nice!  This is definitely for slightly older children or younger children with supervision.  We found that if we were not careful applying the foil we could accidentally rub it over a prior foiled area, or it would leave small scratches in an area already completed.  The pictures still look nice, it was just something we noticed.



Does this look like a fun summertime project your child or children would enjoy?  Be sure to stop by Peaceable Kingdom and see what else they have to offer.

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

Comments

Giveaway Lady said…
Looks like a fun project!!
ShellyH said…
Princess would love something like that...she is just now experimenting with various arts & crafts.
Sandra VanHoey said…
This looks like lots of fun. I have some granddaughters who would really enjoy this
Jennifer Young said…
Wow, this is so different! My daughter loves to do crafty things and I could so see her loving this!

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