*** Giveaway Closed ***
Winners: Mhairi Hall, Michelle Gray, Mary Preston, Penny Spreitzer
My kids are super crafty. They love making things and painting things and gluing things and just general creating … things!
There is a show on the ABC which they both love. It’s called Mister Maker and I have only recently sat and watched it with them (to see what all of the fuss was about).
When it’s on, if both kids aren’t watching, the one watching, will call the other (from wherever they may be in the house) to come and watch it. Did that make sense?
What’s even better than watching Mister Maker? Making things which they saw on Mister Maker. As I type this, my daughter is making a “springy worm puppet” with coloured paper and straws.
Set in a magical studio made of larger than life arts and crafts materials, Mister Maker brings the world of art to life.
Taking inspiration from everything around him Mister Maker with the help of his magic table-top and his doodle-drawers has heaps of fun as he makes loads of brilliant things.
Work out the answer to the shape puzzle and watch The Mister Maker Kids build their own extraordinary pictures.
Includes 5 episodes.
Running time: 95 minutes
Mister Maker is available now on ABC DVD.
With thanks to Roadshow Entertainment, I have 4 copies of MISTER MAKER: Now That’s An Idea! to giveaway, here on Samelia’s Mum.
Just leave a comment telling me:
What standard supplies do you have available in your kids craft box?
- Open to Australian residents only.
- Giveaway will close on 9 September 2012.
- This is a game of skill and the judge’s decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered upon.
- Samelia’s Mum will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winners.
- Winner/s will be contacted by email.
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