Sunday, August 11, 2013

Fun Kids Art Activity Idea: Make A Plate Art Project from and save 30%!

Disclaimer: I received a sample of Make A Plate Art Project through USFAMILY to evaluate for myself. As always, my opinions are my own.

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I’ve just been given the opportunity to review the Make A Plate Art Project and I’m looking forward to sharing it with you. If you want to follow along, my readers save 30% on their Prepaid Art Plate Kit (that’s a savings of over $5!) 

I was excited about sharing this with you since I have worked with Makit before through our local school PTA. We have done several successful fundraisers and they were super easy to work with. The finished products were beautiful and we still use them today!  We are excited to make plates again through Makit for Gramma.

I didn't realize that Makit has been in business for over 40 years.  I do love that their Make A Plate Kits allow kids to let their creativity shine through when they are creating a lasting gift for Mom, Dad, Gramma, Gramps or even a special teacher. I love and really appreciate that All Make A Plates are nontoxic, BPA-Free, dishwasher safe and proudly made in the USA.  They are not microwaveable though, so handwash them in the sink.

Makit offers an amazing array of super fun art projects and personalized photo keepsakes.   You can choose from plates, bowls, tumblers, cups and more. You can order art projects as a pre-paid kit or a classroom kit.  Each kit comes with a stack of papers and markers to create on, so your kids can get really creative and artistic.  Just  choose your fave to turn into a plate or other item.  The great part is that you can order as many final products as you like to keep or give as gifts. Makit products are a timeless kids craft that lasts for decades to come. 
Think about many homemade crafts can you really say that about? This is a great way to really preserve your child's art in a meaningful way.  You can with Makit.  Check back, I will be updating with our own Makit art project and how it comes out.  I have a real Picasso on my hands so you will want to see this!

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