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Let’s face it! Kids love crafts. Miss Sarah enjoys crafts as much as the next kid and it is an important part of STEM learning! The limits with the Cutie Stix cut and create station are set by their imaginations and that is what makes it so much fun.
Miss Sarah had a pal over and they cut and created! Since the “Stix” come in a huge variety of designs, sizes and shapes the girls had to figure out the adopter for the cutter. Soon they were slicing beads and skinnies (their own word) like pros.
The beads weren’t really beads until they got out the hole punching tool – then they were ready to string bracelets and key chains for their school back packs. If you didn’t know, funky key chains on the backpack are totally the “in” thing for tween girls…
The skinnies? They took turns painting each other’s nails and then used a tweezers to place a skinny on each one. Covered with a clear topcoat, they had dazzling manicures without the salon prices! The Cut and Create station runs $29.99 and comes to us from our friends at Maya Toys — the same peeps who have Pom Pom Wow so you have faith that they know how to bring the fun!
This currently lives in Miss Sarah’s room, on her bookcase. It never made it to the basement playroom/laboratory. That tells you what she really thinks of it.
Check for it Black Friday Weekend – your tween will love it!
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