Disney Frozen Shaker Maker Elsa and Anna is a children’s sculpture kit that is really easy to do and makes minimal mess. With several variants available, the Frozen set is adored by most young girls and Miss M couldn’t wait to try it out.
The kit comes with a unique ‘shaker maker’, 2 moulds, 2 packs of powdered plaster, 2 stands a set of paints and a paintbrush.
First it’s time to create the plaster models in their moulds which I think gives really impressive results for minimal effort, perfect for children. You need to add one of the moulds into one half of the Shaker Maker then you simply pour some warm water into the other half, add the powder, screw the two halves together and give it a shake!
Then simply unscrew the unit, making sure the half with the mould is underneath and then leave for 90 minutes to dry. You can then tap the plaster statuette out of the mould and I have to say I think the results are brilliant. You get a really detailed model that is perfectly smooth, they look really good. It’s then time to bring them to live with some colour using the paints provided. Miss M found the colours of the paints a little frustrating as they were primary colours, but I did help her to mix some to make more recognisable colours for the frozen themed characters. She did also use a couple of other paints she already had. I have to say the paintbrush is fantastic, unlike a lot of kids brushes. This one is really pointed helping to get some detail and fine brush strokes onto the characters.
Miss M worked really hard on her painting and I just love her finished results. The plaster moulds simply sit in the little pink stands and can be displayed wherever you fancy. Miss M has these now on her bedroom windowsill which look lovely.
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the product in order to write an honest review.
This looks fab, Miss M has done a great job!
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she did a great job at painting it. we had the same thing before and my daughter totally ruin it. lol
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