Blingles Accessory Pack

We received a fun package from Blingles recently and Rylee couldn’t wait to get started!  We received the Blingles Accessory Pack which was perfect for my girly 9 year old.  She loves things to be sparkly and full of bling, and to be able to do it her own way is even better!

About Blingles:  Blingles is a new arts and craft line from Moose Toys that will give your child the opportunity to create beautiful gem stickers that she can use to personalize and decorate their favorite accessories.  Your kids can bling up anything they can think of including photo frames, cell phones, notebooks and headphones using the gem stickers that they make.

The Accessory Pack that we received included 250 gems and all the tools that we needed to create our own Blingles designs.  It also included a trinket box, key chain, picture frame, two gift cards and an instruction booklet that can be used for inspiration.  You can make up to eight designs using the pre-set patterns or design your own gem stickers.  The gem stickers stick to any smooth surface and add sparkle to any accessory.

Our Thoughts:   My 9 year old was a perfect age to enjoy this project.  She couldn’t wait to get started and then proceeded to bling everything in site until she ran out of supplies.  It was complex enough to hold her attention, but simple enough that once I gave her a few instructions, she was able to do everything on her own.  This is by far one of her most favorite craft projects that she has done lately.  These packs would make a great gift for any girls that are on your shopping list this holiday season.  Blingles are recommended for ages 6 and up.   Even my 12 year old, enjoyed adding a few sparkles to some of her own picture frames.


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