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- Pin art uses hundreds of moveable metal pins to create 3D images.
- The pins are fitted into a sturdy plastic frame that is both lightweight and durable.
- The pin art frame measures 5-inches by 7-inches, perfect for a bookshelf or table top.
- Pin art makes a great conversation piece, and is suitable for home or office.
- Not a toy. Adult supervision recommended.
- Challenge your children's imaginations and keep them active with Toysmith.
- Committed to providing the most imaginative toys along with the highest safety standards, Toysmith has toys appropriate for all age groups.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Stimulate the imagination and create three-dimensional pieces of art with Toysmith Classic Pin Art. Pin art uses hundreds of moveable metal pins to create 3D images. The pins are fitted into a sturdy plastic frame that is both lightweight and durable. The pin art frame measures 5-inches by 7-inches, perfect for a bookshelf or table top. Pin art makes a great conversation piece, and is suitable for home or office. Not a toy. Adult supervision recommended.
From the Manufacturer
A excellent desktop gift this popular Pin Art measures 5" X &" and has a black frame.
Safety WarningWARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Top customer reviews
One caveat is that you should periodically tighten the bolts that hold the unit together (I did this by hand). I did NOT do this originally and noticed one day that quite a few needles were sticking at various slants. They had become misaligned because the bolts had loosened. I had to individually straighten maybe 50 or so needles (by carefully loosening the bolts but not completely disassembling the unit) back into each pinhole. A BIG PAIN, but necessary because this is a very beloved toy. I'd get it again if this conks out.