Djeco Glitter Art, Our Fave Art Kits Reviewed! by The Traveling Sisterhood
Review by The Traveling Sisterhood
Djeco Glitter Art, Our Fave Art Kits Reviewed!
After using both the Djeco Nathalies Oil Pastel Workshop and Claire’s Oil Pastel Workshop, my kiddos were so excited to try another. This time we went for the Djeco Glitter Animals. We’d been studying India and the Far East so this went along perfectly. This kit is recommended for children from 6 to 12. My 3rd graders really enjoyed it and were able to do everything themselves. The kit included 4 different animals on durable cardboard. What’s really cool is that no glue is involved. You pull off paper to reveal stickiness underneath, pour on the color of glitter you want, dump off the extra, and repeat until you have a beautiful piece of glittery Eastern-style art. It provided my daughters with an hour of art. If this set is only meant for one child, it would provide hours of art class.
The Djeco Glitter Art kit we reviewed sells for 19.99 on Timberdoodle. Plus, you earn 20 doodle dollars with the purchase, which equals $1.00 off a future purchase. The Doodle Dollars incentive is pretty awesome, and makes everything you buy at Timberdoodle more affordable.
This year, we’re using Djeco as our main art curriculum. Djeco won Best Art Supplies of the Year and after using three of their kits so far, I recommend them over any other children’s art set. I especially love Djeco because they offer a wide variety of different mediums for different ages. Each kit includes everything you need. They’re perfect for children who are naturally artistic and children who may not be or haven’t had the chance to find out. The Djeco kits offer a wonderful opportunity for homeschooling parents who aren’t artistic to give their children a great art experience. Each kit comes with a detailed, illustrated book that kids can use to learn the techniques quickly and easily with little to no help from mom.
The next Djeco art kit we’ll be ordering from Timberdoodle is the Abstract Art Workshop. I’m so excited to teach my children about another aspect of art appreciation! They learn so much more by actually doing the art they’re learning about.