Get creative and make your own Dragonfly Glider with this fun craft activity box!
Paint the body, wings and googly eyes with the watercolour pencils to achieve your desired pattern and effect. The watercolour pencils and paintbrush also provide a great opportunity to experiment with colour mixing. Just dip the pencil into some water and paint the wood, using the paintbrush to blend your colours.
After the wood has been painted, and the glider has been assembled, the eco glitter can be mixed with glue (not provided) to embellish the dragonfly.
In a bid to banish plastic from our homes, Cotton Twist products are lovingly assembled by hand, and all components are as good as they can possibly make them.
- Perfect for ages 3 years +
- Eco-friendly materials
- CE tested and approved
- Made in the UK
- wooden dragonfly shapes
- watercolour pencils
- eco glitter
- mini paintbrush
- pencil sharpener
- printed instruction card
- comes with a recyclable kraft box measuring 24cm x 12cm x 2cm
Why We Love ThemThe Cotton Twist craft activities are perfect gifts or as party bag or stocking fillers. They have been thoughtfully created by Anne-Clare to spark learning and play in a fun and creative way. Great care has been taken to make the craft kits from eco-friendly materials, for creations that will bring joy without damaging the planet!
The BrandCOTTON TWIST
"WHAT WE DO
An inspiration for parties & play, we pride ourselves on making activities & gifts you'll love to give, & children will love to receive.
Nostalgic, chic, simple & inherently satisfying, crafts draw upon a palette of raw materials from lolly sticks to boxes, & from twine to felt. Wave goodbye to all that plastic!
Crafts are carefully designed to spark learning & play in a fun & imaginative way. A world of make-believe is ready to be uncovered.
Activities are perfect for party bags, stocking fillers, wedding day activities, travelling & rainy days.
Cotton Twist was set up by me, Anne-Clare, in 2015 after the birth of my third child. With my older two constantly at parties, I started to tire of the plastic rubbish they brought home in party bags.
I think it's fair to say I have never been one to keep it simple...
Why buy a cake when you could stay up until all hours making one? Why purchase a birthday card when you could rummage through the craft drawer and create one.? Why just read inspiring blogs when you could write your own?
True to form then, I channelled my 'excess energy' into a raft of products and activities to spark creativity in the sphere of gifts and celebrations.
Having spent time in a monster-sized corporate and a small entrepreneurial business, I felt I had the best of both worlds behind me. Time to put my creativity in motion."