There is just something about kids and night lights that go hand and hand. It’s safe to say that neither Lilly or Lucas are fond of the dark, so it’s only fitting that they have night lights. What could be better than a typical standard night light is one that your child creates! I’ve worked with Battat Co. numerous times in the past and each time we are in love with the products and brands they have. Recently they introduced a new brand called Craftabelle and oh my is it just lovely! Craftabelle offers numerous creation kits, they allow your child to create something beautiful, different and it will last. We have been lucky enough to try out their DIY Nightlight Creation Kit.
What You Get
- 5 MDF box panels
- 1 battery powered LED light unit
- 3 printed clear sheets (pictured below)
- 3 blank clear sheets (pictured below)
- 1 blank white sheet (pictured below)
- 4 dry-erase markers
And parents it comes with 3 AA Batteries!! Those words are always music to my ears because nothing is more annoying than forgetting to get batteries for a new toy.
(3 printed clear sheets, 3 blank clear sheets, and 1 blank white sheet)
The Craftabelle DIY Nightlight is perfect for children ages 8 years and up. Your child can design and put together this night light all by themselves if they do need help it will be very minimal as the assembly is super easy. Don’t worry about mistakes either because they are easily wiped away, changing up your nightlight design is made extremely easy thanks to the clear sheets and dry erase markers.
Even though this kit comes with 4 colors, you can use any dry erase markers to add more colors if your child likes. Craftabelle offers a wide variety of beautiful and fun creation kits that we just can wait to try in our house!
You can check out more items by Battat Co. and their awesome brand Craftabelle by clicking here.
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