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The Orb Factory- Fairy Box Review and Giveaway

I had the pleasure of reviewing another item from "The Orb Factory."  Some of you might have seen my review on the Veggie Tales Sticky Mosaics Review and recall how much fun it was to create each Veggie Tale character.  

This time we were able to review the Fairy Box, another Sticky Mosaics item but in a fun jewelry box,  perfect for my little girl.  

Thank-you Orb Factory for sending me the Fairy Box to conduct my review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.

My daughter was in need of a jewelry box and being able to help create it was fun for her.  It took her quite awhile to get all the stickers on but she enjoyed it a tremendous amount.  She did need help with the jewel type stickers.  They were harder to peel off then the foam kind.  

I thought we were going to run out of the stickers for each color but sure enough we never did and always had extra's to spare.  :) 

Every little girl needs a jewelry box and this one tops the cake with fairies, jewels, and being able to help create it.  

Make memories with your daughter by entering to win this Fairy Box using the easy rafflecopter form below.

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Emi said…
Finger painting with glitter paint.
Unknown said…
We did a bunch of really cute Valentine day crafts recently!
lorirc said…
we made a solar toy!
Jeanna said…
We did my son's 100 day project for school! It was so fun! We did 100 crayons taped to a board and melted the tips so the colors all combined together! He got a 100% and a special note saying "wow, I love this" from his teacher!
Maria's Space said…
We did a diaroma of her favorite nursery rhyme
tree said…
We've been making these little puff ball critters with pompoms, goggly eyes, and pipe cleaners.
Meaghan said…
Perler beads.. the ones you put on the pegs and iron!
sarahz13 said…
We painted some pictures!
Terri said…
We made salt dough ornaments for Christmas and painted them.
Angie Bailey said…
Tweeted here:

Moved too fast for Rafflecopter so didn't get the link to tweet on the form. : )
Monja Blue said…
We made stained glass Valentines!
Emillie Rose said…
made pictures out of ribbons, buttons, stickers, stamps and markers!
Emillie Rose said…
made pictures out of ribbons, buttons, stickers, stamps and markers!
Gala said…
we draw a cartoon

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