Do you ever remember those tie-dye tshirts or the marble effect rubber balls we all had as children?
Well if you were one of the lucky ones you may remember the craze where everyone loved everything marble effect and now your even more lucky to know that your little ones can now join in on your childhood fun too but this time to the extreme where if you can dip it , you can colour it !
With this creative station , not only can you add funky and unique colour to your personal items but you can also do it instantly and easily and there is nothing you cant dip .
For ages 8 years plus and at only £29.99 your little ones can get creative and add colourful designs to anything they can get their little hands on from , hair bands , bangles, cups and photo frames to shoes or bags and even books and birthday cards.
This simple technique can be done anywhere theres a hard surface to place your station onto with using just a warm bowl of water and maybe a sheet incase of any excess mess made.
The Design Art Centre includes:
You get some lovely shades of colour and even some diamontes and glitter to sparkle them up if you wish.
My daughter aged 10 spent the Saturday evening having some Daughter and Father time and they thoroughly enjoyed this activity together .
They spent a good hour and a half on the dipping everything they could find attitude and even found dad enjoying his nails getting a little pamper too.
The dipping station can be found at character-online.com or you could pop over to their Twitter and ask them @charactertoysuk about their new exciting Dipping toys.
The dipping station comes in three seperate parts that simply clip together to make the station , you then add a bowl of warm water and your paints , tweezer and stirrer onto it and your station is complete.
We ensured that our daughter wore gloves at all times although her dad thought it was fun to paint his nails and we made some fantastic myriad of designs on the Photo frame and bangle .
We found the only downfall with this product is removal of staining from areas that were accidently marked during play (which we all know happens ) , but if this does happen you are advised to use alcohol / nail varnish remover if possible and the smells can be a little sensitive and heightened as the paints are very high in odour.
As you can see Drew enjoyed her cup design , unique and her own, no one will ever have one like it which she loves .
So what do you think about the new Dipping Station, what would coat or colour?