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  • Design Your Own Flower Mirror
  • Design Your Own Flower Mirror
  • Design Your Own Flower Mirror
  • Design Your Own Flower Mirror
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Design Your Own Flower Mirror

  • Recommended Age: 4-5 Year Old
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Total: $ 10.98
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Your little crafter can make this wooden flower mirror bloom with beauty!

- A glorious flower stays fresh in an elegant vase in this decorate-your-own kit.
- Craft glue, stickers, jewels and golden glitter are conveniently tucked into a wooden tray just waiting to adorn this glamorous two-piece mirror set.

- Dimensions: 9.63 x 5.63 x 1 Assembled

Why Our Experts Love It

Design your own Mirror!

For its creativity: This is a great way for your child to express their creativity and it′s a keepsake for you. Kids love to leave a lasting impression with homemade gifts.

For how it teaches ′sharing′: Many times, when kids do something themselves, they like to give the finished product as a gift.

RAINY DAY / GIFT HINT: Get 2 of′ll be glad you did on a rainy day or when you need a last minute gift for a birthday party. Just reach into the secret gift closet, and BAM! Mom′s a hero!
  • Mail Box Fill & Spill is a great intriguing toy to play with for a baby who is finally sitting up on his/her own, even if they are still teetering over a bit. Children love to pull items out of containers and then stuff them back in, which encourages fine motor skills
  • Place the mailbox in front of your new upright sitter and surround your child with pillows. Encourage your child to reach inside the box and pass the mail from one hand to the other. This will help enhance balance in upright sitting
  • Once your baby is more comfortable with sitting in place, move the box slightly outside his/her base of support. This will help to strengthen the trunk
  • Place the mailbox even further away so he/she has to push onto his/her arms to retrieve it, this will encourage your child to transition onto propped elbows on his/her stomach, or maybe even quadruped!
  • Once your child starts to bear weight through extended arms, move it even further away to encourage crawling.
  • This toy is so much fun that your child will still be interested in it once he/she is able to pull to stand at a low table. Encourage your child to use both hands to play with it and this will help standing balance
  • You can then move it a foot or two out of reach and encourage your child to cruise along the table to reach it. Pretty soon you can place it on another sturdy surface placed about a foot behind where your child is standing and watch him/her pivot and turn to switch tables to play with it
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards
  • Choking Hazard 3 - Small parts not for children under 3 years