Craft & Slime Fun (& Giveaway Ends 4/29)

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Everytime I think the slime craze is ending, something new pops up. Whether it be a new color, way to make slime or something you add to it, slime seems like it’s here to stay. Slime to me is another craft activity that my daughter enjoys and at least it is something that keeps her busy.

Horizon Group has come out with some fun craft kits and slime to keep kids creating and playing!

Make Your Own Bubble Pop SLIMYGLOOP®

Make Your Own Bubble Pop SLIMYGLOOP® is an over the top sensory experience! Combine simple ingredients to create an ooey, gooey compound that’s fun to squish, squeeze, poke and twist. Fold in the colorful waterbeads to create a bumpy, slimy texture or fold in your own embellishments. Experiment with the ingredients to create different SLIMYGLOOP® textures. Creating SLIMYGLOOP® is a fun, hands-on way to introduce kids to chemistry, practice simple math and strengthen fine motor skills.

Kit Includes: Clear Glue – Sodium Tetraborate – Expanding Water Beads – 1 Measuring Cup – 1 Plastic Spoon – 1 Mixing Stick – Easy-to-Follow Instructions

Availability: Dollar General, Five Below, Michaels and Amazon

Ages: 6+

MSRP: $5.00

Jiggle Digs

Jiggle Digs™ are a surprise squishy reveal! Dig through a squishy jelly mold in a fun shape like a Wiggle Poo or a Sweetasaurus Cupcake to excavate two collectible figurines. Each theme includes a different shaped dig and surprise toys inside! Squeeze, poke, prod and shake the mold to make it jiggle and wiggle for a fun sensory experience.

Available in a variety of fun and exciting themes including: Squishy Shell, Sweetsaurus, Jelly Brains, Gummi Galaxy, jell-i-cor and Wiggle Poo

Availability: Michael’s and Target

Ages: 6+

MSRP: $7.00

Creative Roots Paint Your Own Elephant Planter

Paint and display a colorful creation all your own with the Creative Roots Paint Your Own! Unleash your creativity as you design unique color patterns and details that express your style. Discover the art of color mixing as you create different hues, vibrant color schemes, and decorative accents. Display your stepping stone or planter on a shelf, in an indoor plant or in an outdoor garden! Be sure to apply an exterior varnish to outside to protect your design from the elements.

Available themes: Daisy, Cactus and Elephant Planter

Availability: A.C. Moore, Amazon, Family Dollar 

MSRP: $5.00 – $7.99

Ages (recommended): 3+

Sparkle MagicS

Gem your world!  This set allows you to select an art style and add gems that make it sparkle. Simply peel off the clear sheet to reveal the adhesive areas and simply start gemming.

Available in a variety of fun and exciting themes including: Mermazing, Ruff Life, Hangry, and Unicone!

MSRP: $5.00

Ages: 6+

Availability: A.C. Moore, Michael’s

What is your child’s go to craft or activity?

WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive a Jiggle Dig and a Sparkle Magic

Need help entering a giveaway?  Check out my blog post for some help!

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  1. Michelle Catallo says

    My youngest loves gardening and elephants, so the Creative Roots Paint Your Own Elephant Planter would be his first craft to do; we have loads of succulents in our yard.

  2. Cynthia Quisenberry says

    my grandson is nuts about slime!

  3. Sally Gearhart says

    My kiddos would probably go for the Bubble Pop SlimyGloop! My oldest daughter loves to make slime with the younger kids often. Both look like a lot of fun though.

  4. My grandkids are really into slime. I thought it was a phase, but I was wrong.
    I think they would play with the
    SLIMYGLOOP Make Your Own Bubble Pop

  5. Julie Lundstrom says

    My daughter would play with the Sparkle Magic first.

  6. My little girl would probably want the Jiggle Digs first.

  7. Donna L Holder says

    sparkle magic

  8. jennifer bowen says

    my kid would like them both but out of the 2 i think she would like the most is Jiggle Dig

  9. Eileen Boyce says

    Sparkle Magic first.

  10. She would play with the Jiggle Digs first!

  11. christina Moore says

    Sparkle Magic

  12. Vickie L Couturier says

    Sparkle Magic

  13. Jiggle digs

  14. My niece would love the jiggle digs.

  15. My granddaughter would definitely want to make the slime first! She loves that stuff and has a bunch of it. However, when you have a big husky, the floor has lots of hair (even with vacuuming!) so when the kids drop the slime…forget about it! haha

  16. Gina Ferrell says

    My daughter would play with the Sparkle Magic first for sure!

  17. That elephant is adorable! I think my daughter would try the Make Your Own Bubble Pop SLIMYGLOOP first.
    Thank you!

  18. They would check out the Jiggle Dig first!

  19. Samantha Wagner says

    My daughter would love to play with the Jiggle Dig first.

  20. She would play with sparkle magic

  21. My great niece woiuld choose the Sparkle Magic first; my great nephew would like the Jiggle Digs first since it makes a (sort of) dinosaur, lol 🙂

  22. These look like great fun. First we would use the Sparkle Magic kit.

  23. Janet Woodling says

    Sparkle Magic would be a hit.

  24. My granddaughter would love these. Especially the Sparkle Magic set.

  25. My grandchildren would love all of these! They would probably play with Sparkle Magic first.

  26. Lisa Williams says

    My kids would love all of these but I have a feeling they would go for the Jiggle Dig to look for the surprise inside.

  27. John Dickson says

    Love to win this.

  28. Abigail Gibson says

    My niece would like both of these. I am guessing her first choice would be Jiggle Digs.

  29. I think my granddaughter would play with the Sparkle Magic first.

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