Summer time is the one time where we send our kids off to camps of all kinds. We all want our kids to know that we miss them so send them a care package from Gourmet Gift Baskets. The package that I would send is the Arts & Crafts basket; all my kids growing up and even now love or have loved every single thing in this box and can be played with alone or even with a friend or group.
Scribble Slate: Is a fun pocket size toy for a on the go. Take the magnet pen out of the case to draw your design on the board when your done slide the eraser on the back to erase it. The pen won’t get lost because it’s got an elastic string, and also a clip to keep your Scribble Slate close to you. My son really had a lot of fun with this one! I like that its pocket size to keep the kids busy when we are in the car or in a restaurant.
Mad Lab Ball Lab: This one was really fun to do as you need to make sure to do with an adult or older child. You are able to make a high bouncy ball! My 19 year old daughter made it with my 4 year old and it they had a blast! It only took about 15 minutes total to make but to you needed to leave it over night to let the ball dry completely. I would buy this kit again by itself.
Scribble Pad, Fine Point Markers, Pencil: My boys love to draw and color their own artwork so this is a perfect thing to add into this box! The pad itself has 60 sheets of plain sheets of paper and the markers have 12. They are water based with vented caps. For our children’s safety, the markers are non-toxic.
Stencil Set: Comes with 2 sets- stencils & spirals. I remember using these as a kid so it was fun teaching my kids how to using them!
Fuzzy Face: My son was the most excited about this! I had so many of these when I was a kid and it kept me busy for hours! He immediately went to work designing his guy with Mohawks and facial hair. Remember playing with these when you were little?
Color-in Design -A-Velvet Mug: Comes with 3 ready to color velvet pictures; sports, peace & love, and butterflies & dragonflies. My daughter went to work on coloring a mug for her mug “collection”
Lace Set: Make your own jewelry. This is another set that I remember doing when I was a kid. I couldn’t remember how to do it tho, but there was instr uctions on the back. Came with 5 colors to choose from and 2 clips to make keychains. This is a kit that my daughter is going to play around with too.
Scratch-A-Sketch: These are really neat, something that I have never seen before. This set come with 3 designs that all you have to do is use the Scratch Sketch Tool (included) inside the grey area and it shows you rainbow colors. Makes it a very beautiful picture. Something that a young child could do.
Magic Foam: 100 pieces of MAGIC! Use the the magic foam pieces to mold without glue to make anything your little hearts can imagine. They are able to be cut, mashed, shaped and molded without glue… just with water that is used to make the foam sticky. Very neat!!!
Pocket Spiral Sketch: Another pocket on the go tool to keep the little ones occupied. The Spiral Sketch Kit comes with 2 color pens, paper, 6 design disks and a slide open case. This one doesn’t have a clip but everything holds nice in the case so that it doesn’t fall out.