Since I was a little girl, I’ve always been crafting and creating, and I love instilling those same things in my kids. Both my 6 year old and my 12 year old were so excited to create with the Pottery Cool Studio. It’s the perfect gift to get them to explore their creative side. The best part is that it’s actually real pottery that your kids can actually do themselves.
There’s just something so satisfying about getting into a craft and getting a little messy. This kit comes with everything you need from tools to the wheel and even a spray bottle to get the clay wet. It also comes with 4 discs of air dry clay, and easy instructions to follow to make four different projects. It’s easy to use and easy to clean up.
Pottery Cool lets your child create “cool” stuff that they can really use like a smartphone speaker, jewelry holder, and more! My 6 year old wanted to make the turtle ring holder.
Making the turtle was easy. You first roll half of a disc of clay into a ball and then get it wet. Then, push an indentation into the middle. Roll small balls of clay for the feet and head.
After creating the basic turtle, she let her imagination go wild with the tools. The cup that holds the tools also doubles as a rolling pin with patterns on it, so she rolled that over the body of the turtle before using another tool to add circles to it’s body.
After making the turtle, she and her 12-year-old brother totally got the hang of it and spent hours making their own creations. Using Pottery Cool’s unique turntable makes it easy to sculpt and create amazing things. We let things dry for 24 hours, and the next day she was able to paint her turtle.
We let the paint dry for 24 hours before she added some of her rings to it.
There’s even some awesome how-to videos to get you started and give you helpful tips and tricks:
This is the perfect gift for kids who love crafting and DIY projects and you can find it at Walmart. They can let their imaginations go wild!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.