Crayola Model Magic Jewelry Studio
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- Lets kids design & make their own fashion
- One of a kind jewelry collections
- Makes over 160 unique beads
- Charm bails & Earring Post are interchangeable
- The bead spinner has a universal design & can be used by those who are right or left hand dominant
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Crayola Jewelry Studio Starter
Crayola Jewelry Studio Starter lets kids design and create their own jewelry. It comes with a bead spinner that mashes small amounts of Model Magic into marbled beads and baubles. It also includes shape cutters, bead punch, bead glaze, gems, pendant charms, bracelet charms and earrings to make handmade trinkets.
Why You'll Love It: Handmade jewlery helps junior desginers create their own wearable crafts.
Age: 6 years and up
- Innovative bead spinner
- 3 pendant charms
- 2 shape cutters
- 5 bracelet charms
- Self-contained kit for jewelry making
- 4 earring wires and 4 earring posts
- 5 toggle sets
- 18 gems
- Bead dryer rack
- 1 ounce of bead glaze
- 132 inches of cord
- 8 packs of Model Magic (4 ounces total)
- Bead punch
Recommended Ages:6 – 15
Bring out your creative side with the Crayola Model Magic Jewelry Boutique. Make one-of-a-kind gifts for friends, host a jewelry-making party, or design colorful and trendy accessories all for yourself. This set lets you design the beads and charms, and a jewelry spinner helps you string them together to make bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. Recommended for kids aged 6 years and older, this set makes jewelry design fun and easy.
Design, Glaze, and String Your Beads Together
With the Crayola Model Magic Jewelry Boutique, you and your friends create your very own jewelry designs. Choose from a variety of Model Magic colors, including Pacific Blue, Tropical Rainforest, and Razzmatazz, to make swirling patterns and textures on your beads.
Making the beads is easy. You begin by twisting colors together to exploring various color pairings. Once you've chosen your colors, roll them into cones or disks and cut them into shapes. Next, you dry them and glaze them with the shine you want. When you are finished making your beads or charms, string them together to make a piece of jewelry.
Create Earrings, Charm Necklaces, and Charm Bracelets
The set allows you to make your Model Magic creations into earrings, charm necklaces, and charm bracelets. Along with the supplies to create the beads, this set includes the clasps, posts, cords, and charm settings necessary to make your beads into accessories. When your beads are complete, you can string them on the cords to make bracelets and necklaces, or attach them to the posts to make earrings.
Refine Your Skills with the Studio Workstation
With the set's studio workstation, you'll find new ways to refine your bead- and jewelry-making skills. Use the bead caves on the workstation to start your beads, and then place the Model Magic on the spinner plate to achieve your desired swirl effect. Keep your bead in a cone shape, or use one of the cutters to create a dangling charm. To add a little bling, use the included sticky gems and attach them to your beads.
The Peacock dryer keeps your beads together while they dry and prepares them for glazing. When you're done with making jewelry for the day, store all your materials in the workstation's handy compartments.
Easy-to-Follow Instructions and Tips
The set comes with illustrated and written instructions that help you grasp the basics of bead and jewelry making. Helpful tips inspire your creativity, so you can bring new color and flair to your jewelry collection.
What's in the Box
Crayola Model Magic Jewelry Boutique workstation, 8 packs Model Magic, 5 bracelet charms, 18 sticky gems, 3 pendant charms, 5 toggle sets, 2 48-inch necklace cords, 2 shape cutters, 4 earring posts and ear wires, 1 36-inch elastic cord, Peacock dryer rack, bead bunch, bead glaze, and instructions.
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Aside from that, what a great little kit this is. It arrived here on a rainy afternoon and was a perfect activity for my 4-year-old and me... okay, I admit it, I kept playing with it long after she'd gone on to something else.
Now, the good and not-as-good:
* There's plenty of modeling dough here to make lots and lots of beads.
* There are also plenty of pendants. Just two pairs of earrings, though.
* It's really simple. You take little pinches of the dough and roll them with your hands, then twist two or more colors together, then roll them around in the manual bead spinner to make cool swirly patterns. Then you poke a hole though the middle of each bead and let them dry overnight on the bead tree provided. Once they're dry, you can coat them with a glaze to make them shiny.
* The dough is very easy to work with and has a nice, light texture.
* You can get some really pretty color combinations and make jewelry that even adults would wear. Makes for great gifts for a girl to give to her family.
* Refillable. All you need to do is pick up some more Model Magic dough, and you can keep making beads. Forever and ever.
* You really don't need the whole "bead spinner" thing. You'd get the same result (faster and more efficiently, probably) by just rolling it around in your hands. Once you poke a hole in the bead, it won't keep the shape it had from the spinner anyway. So, really, what you're paying for is the dough, the (cheap, but fine) jewelry parts, a small sheet of accent jewels, a couple of little cookie-cutters to make heart and diamond shapes, an ounce of glaze, and a cool plastic tree apparatus to poke holes in the beads and hang them while they dry.
* Storage is an issue. There are just four compartments in the spinner for the dough, but it comes with eight colors-- and you can't let the different colors touch each other or they immediately stick together. You're supposed to put leftover dough in Ziplocs.
* The dough can stain (hands, clothes, your walls)... make sure your work area is protected and that your daughter doesn't run off with the un-dry beads and manage to get them smashed into your rugs. Not that I'd know anything about that. No, siree.
All in all, I like it a bunch. It brings back memories of when I used to make Fimo beads in college, and now I can share that with my little daughter with this much-easier-to-work-with dough.
It's a nice idea - make your own Jewelry and comes with clay that can be used to fashion beads, little jewelry fixings and a wheel which is supposed to help blend the clay in order to make swirl colored beads!
But there are some problems, major problems in fact that make this fun, but render the end product useless!
First the little jewelry spinner does mix the clay but you can do just as good a job taking two or more colors and rolling them between your hands. Then you make the little beads by forming a circle in your hands, which means no uniformity and odd shaped beads - now granted this is no big deal as this is a kids homemade craft project; but you run into issues when you make the hole in the bead and leave in on the hanger to dry - the clay stretches out as you make the hole leaving an even odder shaped bead!
The big issue however, is that these beads are supposed to be left to dry during which time they harden so you can glaze them (glaze included) and kids can use them to make a necklace or wear using the included fixings...only they do not harden - not in the sun, or the shade, or the fridge or indoors! In fact, Play doh that is left out accidentally hardens better! The clay s soft, doughy and cannot exactly be glazed so the end result is no wearable jewelry for the kids and this becomes a one time use then throw it kind of product!
Crayola has some great ideas but sadly , once again, they fall apart in execution!