This set was purchased on Amazon, the seller is Price Fair (previously Yagoozon). You can purchase it Here for just $14.95 (please make sure to purchase from Price Fair, previously Yagoozon, as they are the ones I am doing this review for).I received this package about 10 days ago, and put it aside for when I would have time to show my kids how to do it. Upon first impression though, I was impressed with the cute packaging. The only thing I would like differently on first visual impression, is for it to stand out as a more neutral product, since it is great for boys and girls, alike.
Today, when we opened the package, it was great! There are 4 foam guides that allows for 8 different bracelet designs. There was a great array of thread colors to choose from, so I let my son choose his colors. There were also 2 small containers with beads and a needle looking thing, which I am not sure what it is for or how to use it, but certainly not for beginners, like me.
The instructions that were enclosed, were not really very clear, so I was quite confused, and resorted to checking videos on YouTube, for similar products.
So here we go, I laced up the wheel, to get started.
After my little YouTube tutorial, it was pretty easy and smooth sailing, at least for my first, beginners bracelet.
The kit, overall is really great and functional, I think Kangaroo could have a YouTube series about making the various bracelets and how to use the items in the box, and do away with the paper instructions.
We will definitely be making more bracelets and likely even buying additional threading to make them for my kids friends.