Crayola Beadola: Make Your Very Own Jewelry For You and Your Friends! #HolidayGiftGuide
My girls are girly girls, they love the pretty, frilly and shiny! You cannot go wrong with the bling! They love wearing my necklaces and bracelets and Gabby has started her own collection. If you have girls that love being crafty and would love the chance to make their own jewelery. The easy-to-use Crayola Beadola Charm Maker Is for you!
The Crayola Beadola Charm Maker uses AirDry Clay to make detailed beads that are as fun to make as they are to wear. They can add their own colors and finishing touches, then wear or share their bracelets with friends and family!
- 3 – 1/4 lb air dry clay bags
- 4 bead pattern plates (24 bead designs)
- 2 bracelet chains
- 4 glaze paint pots: glitter, gloss, silver, pink
- Paint brush
- 180 grommets
- 25 gems
- 16 drying spools
- Beadola Bead Maker
- Bead punch
- Instruction sheet plus Beadola Bead Story
Over 90 Designer Beads?
You read that right!
The Crayola Beadola comes with some very trays to create your custom beads with Crayola Beadola Air-Dry Clay. The kit comes with everything you need to make customized beads with your favorite colors and embellishments. You can share and trade beads with friends and create memory bracelets to relive cherished moments. I love how there are different themes for each tray! It makes it easy to choose a theme for your bracelets!
What puts these beads over the top is the gloss glaze, crystal glitter, silver metallic glaze and glamour dust. You will find 25 gorgeous gems to add some bling to your final product! I love that you can dazzle them up as much or as little as you want!
Unleash Your Inner-Fashionista!
This kit is perfect for rainy days or nice activity to take on during the weekend. Crayola Beadola helps kids express their personal styles and helps them unleash their inner fashionistas. The kit offers 4 pattern plates for creating 24 unique bead designs and 2 bracelet chains. That way your daughter will have one for herself and her BFF.
See How it Works!
It is SUPER easy to make the beads. Don’t believe me? Watch the video above! I’m not a crafty person but, I think I could take it on. This is the perfect gift for the child that loves to make jewelery, it’s recommended for ages 8 and up! You can get the Crayola Beadola set starting at $18 and up, here. Watch out for Gabby’s creations on Twitter and IG very soon!
Be sure to check out my other Crayola listings that the child in your life is sure to love! You can find more information about the Crayola Paint Maker, Crayola Sketch Wizard and Crayola Widescreen Light Designer and enter the Crayola giveaway, here.
Do you have kids that would love to make their Crayola Beadola bracelets?
Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!
Nancy Polanco is a freelance journalist, lifestyle content creator, and editor of Whispered Inspirations. She is a proud Mom to Gabby and Michaela. Having worked as part of a health care team for almost a decade, Nancy is happy to be back to her passion. She is a contributor to the Huffington Post, TODAY’s Parents, and an Oprah Magazine Brand Ambassador.
This looks like lots of fun for the older kids
I was never a girly girl and still don't have the patience for this craft, but for the right child this would be a good gift
very nice for older kids, fun and creative.
Love this, it looks like so much fun! I know my niece would really enjoy making her own bracelets!
And it is simple. 😀
ok where was this stuff when i was a kid!!! totally awesome
You are telling me!!
oh my daughter would have loved this when she was young
It is so pretty, huh?
It is such a cute gift.
I have a granddaughter that would absolutely love this. She has quite an imagination.
It would be great for her.
I'm 28 and even I want to make these beads lol
I am right with you!
I think my granddaughter would enjoy this.
It is cute for those girls that love things that sparkle!
This would a lot of fun. I could see friends having a get together to make these.
I think this is fantastic for older girls (not too sure boys would be interested). Hmm, 8yrs old I think that might be a little bit too young. I was thinking more like 10 and older.
It is geared towards girls but, I am sure boys could use it if they are interested. 🙂 Again, the age is recommended by Crayola. Age 8 and up! 😀
This is what my niece wants, how cool is this kit, love it!
It is a really cool kit indeed.
My niece is really into crafts and jewelry so this would be her idea of fun! I think I'd enjoy it too!
This looks so cool,l I really want to get this for my daughter. We would have so much fun on rainy day.
looks like lots of fun for a little older kid
I like that you get to make the beads yourself. My daughter would love making everything.
This would be a fun and creative gift this Christmas.
Hoping Santa drops one off for my granddaughter