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Review: Little Artist - Sticker Medley

Yay! Another art kit made by Djeco. This one is called Little Artist - Sticker Medley. Like with most of the Djeco kits we have gotten before this one has 4 projects to complete. The 4 you can choose from are a hot air balloon ride, animals staking shapes, an animal submarine and an outside tea party. As with all Djeco kits the manual is super kid friendly. It is entirely done in picture instructions. Our daughter has been able to follow the manuals in these Djeco kits by herself since she was about 2 and a half years old. I will say that one thing I do not like about this manual is that the glittery red stickers are portraited as brown. But since there is no brown we quickly realized that the "brown" stickers were the red ones. The stickers are nice big foam ones. Because of this I would suggest this kit for young children about 2 and up. The stickers will be super easy for them for hold onto and place. Our daughter noticed that these ones are extremely sticky. These stickers are probably the most sticky I have ever some across.

What is really nice about Little Artist - Sticker Medley is that there is such a variety of stickers to use. There are textured green ones, sparkly red ones, 3 different stickers with patterns and 3 different colored shiny stickers. We decided to go ahead and do all the projects in one go since we did not really have anything else to do today. If I had had a bunch of housework to get done today then I would have been able to get about 30 minutes to an hour of chores done while our daughter completed these. I would have done one a week if we did not have a ton of art kits for this year already. If she accidently stuck a sticker in the wrong place it was easy to remove and replaced them. I was quite surprised by this since they are extra sticky stickers. 

I would recommend Little Artist - Sticker Medley for anyone who loves art and young kids around the age of 2 and up. The stickers are nice and big so it will be easy for small hands to grasps and place on their own. The stickers came off the sticker page very nicely. Even though they are super sticky we were able to remove and replace them if need be. You will get 4 projects to do. I would suggest spacing them out instead of all in one day like we did that way the kit last a big longer than ours. What arts and crafts do y'all use? Do you like a certain art company, make your own kits, use an art curriculum or just get different stuff?


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