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Creativity for Kids Enchanted Fairy Garden Craft Kit - Fairy Crafts for Kids
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- GROW A FAIRY WORLD: With a little creative magic, you can grown your very own enchanted fairy garden. This open-ended fairy craft kit lets your child embrace their creative side by making a unique creation that's all their own.
- COMPLETE FAIRY GARDEN CRAFT KIT: Everything you need is included - just add water! Kit includes an 11" diameter flower shaped paintable potting dish, enchanted flower house, gemstones, flowers, butterflies, paint, potting mix and seeds that grow like magic
- EASY INDOOR GARDENING: Indoor gardening is great for all seasons! Once decorated, place your Enchanted Fairy Garden by a window and watch your plants grow and thrive. Magic Bean and Wheat grass seeds can begin to sprout in as little as 2-4 days.
- HAVE FUN WHILE LEARNING: See your child's creative side come to life as they paint and decorate their fairy garden. Learn about botany and the life cycle of plants as your child watches their fairy garden grow!
- SAFE FOR KIDS: The Enchanted Fairy Gardening kit includes non-toxic materials and conforms to ASTM D-4236. This craft is a great gift or kids craft activity for ages 7 to 97
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Craft, plant, water and grow with indoor gardening that engages imagination all year round. Create your own magical miniature fairy land! The Creativity for Kids Wee Enchanted Fairy Garden Craft Kit includes everything you need - just add water! This complete fairy garden kit contains an 11 inch fairy garden dish, flower fairy Hannah figurine, resin fairy house, two resin toadstools, sparkling gems, glittery pixie dust, two tulle butterflies fabric flower bouquet, glass opti-stones, purple gravel, seeds (wheatgrass and bean mixture), potting soil, fine tipped paint brush, six acrylic paints and illustrated instructions with lots of ideas. Great for gifting! This Fairy Garden Terrarium is the perfect unique gift for girls who love fairy crafts. Decorate your own fairy garden with this my first fairy garden craft kit. This Fairy Garden kit is the perfect gardening activity set for children. See your child's creative side come to life as they paint and decorate their fairy garden. Learn about botany and the life cycle of plants as your child watches their fairy garden grow! The Wee Enchanted Fairy Garden kit requires a sunny window to allow your plants to grow. Outdoor use is not recommended. For best results, use a sunny window or the Creativity for Kids Grow Light – sold separately. Contents conform to ASTM D-4236. This fairy garden craft is a great gift or kids craft activity for ages 7 to 97
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As someone who spends a fair amount of time playing in the dirt, I was a bit disappointed in the contents of the "garden" part of the garden. At a price point of over $20, this garden featured a plastic, shallow pot with no drainage; a below average potting soil mix that didn't absorb water quickly; and a seed mix that was primarily cheap wheatgrass with a few beans. In this reviewer's opinion, not much bang for your buck. I think children would get a much better experience if the seller provided herb garden seeds with a decent container and media; however, the description is reasonably accurate so you essentially know what you're getting - it just isn't a good value for the quality.
She's five. What does she care about the absorption rate of soil media? About as much as I care to watch My Little Pony Friendship is Magic for the thousandth time, but she (we?) had a blast decorating the container and all the accessories. She was thrilled when the seeds quickly sprouted in a couple days (admittedly, wheatgrass is a good option when you consider germination time), and it gave us another opportunity to discuss the growing cycle. Ironically, the container without any drainage holes gave me a chance to talk to her about the importance of drainage and how most plants will get sick and die if they sit in water for prolonged periods. I'd say this product gave us about ten days of fun and learning before it lost the "shiny" kids (and grownups) love.
To sum, it made my little girl happy and that makes me happy, but the hardened consumer in me still longs for a higher quality product or a lower price point. While I won't buy this again, I don't regret the initial purchase. In fact, we kept the fairy accessories and they were even upgraded to a new home that isn't in the flood zone. This also gave me a chance to teach her about 100-yr floodplains, FEMA and insurance rates. Just kidding, she already knew. How do you think the fairy could afford that new earthbox condo?
Most of us parents should know that no product in the box ever looks as good as the picture on the box. This is certainly true for the Wee Enchanted Fairy Garden. Especially for the fairy herself. The fairy comes painted already and the faces are really not done well at all. My 7 year old's fairy really is quite ugly and she noted it as soon as it came out of the box. My 3 year old didn't say anything, but hers was better (not good, but better).
One of my boxes came without the little paint-able glass stones. And instead of one large and one small mushroom, it came with 2 large mushrooms. Not a huge deal in my house because I happen to have lots of the glass stones with one flat side from another project we did ages ago.
Also, as others noted, the starter soil that comes with the box really did look like it wasn't enough, so I used my own potting soil and filled it to the top. The instructions also suggest that you might want to use half the seeds now, and half later to prolong the life of the garden. I didn't bother, I dumped them all in. There are plenty of seeds, but I don't know how you could get such a full looking garden as on the box using only half the seeds.