24 Pcs Set Ready to Paint Your Own Ceramics Gnome Kit with Paint Pods, Brushes, 8 Animal Figurines for Kids Craft

SKU: LJ-QZFGZ-011221-01-1

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  • Ceramics to Paint for Kids: Encourage creative thinking and open up the imagination of your little one with our ready-to-paint ceramics set
  • 12 Colors: Use the included paint pods with 12 colors to create fun and unique designs on your animal to show off your creativity, your mind is the only limitation
  • The Perfect Gift: Give the ceramic figurines to paint to a coworker, friend, or loved one at an upcoming housewarming, birthday party, or holiday gift exchange
  • Dimensions: Each small resin animal measures 1.3 x 1.5 x 2.5 inches; perfectly sized to sit on a bookshelf, dresser, or desktop
  • What’s Included: Includes 8 animal figurines, 1 bottle of glitter powder, 1 gold string, 12 paints, and 2 brushes; 24 pieces total
  • ASIN: b08svvs1ls
Product Description

Unleash your creativity with our kids paint your own ceramic set that includes 8 animal figurines, 1 bottle of glitter powder, 1 gold string, 12 paints, and 2 brushes for a total of 24 pieces total. Mix the included paints to create color combinations and designs for your custom animal as a keepsake in your kid's room. You can also give your figure to a friend or family member at an upcoming dinosaur-themed gathering for a fun party game! The animal figures include dogs, a cat, hippo, elephant, lion, bunny, and pig. The gold sting can be attached to the small animal figures to make your very own ornament.

⚠ WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


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