Flair 2-in-1 Sticker Magic is a fun and easy to use sticker making machine for kids. We had fun trying it out, and it was quite different to any other craft toys we have tried so far.
In the box, you get:
- The main sticker magic machine
- Handles which you need to attach
- 2 Sheets of stickers to cut out and personalise, to use with the machine
- Extra roll of paper (for use when laminating)
- Loading plate
- Instruction booklet
To make the stickers, it’s quite easy and Z got the hang of it very quickly. The only thing to watch out for is making sure that you put your design face down on the sticky tape, not face up. We did waste a couple like that as Z accidentally put them facing up.
First you cut out your stickers. You can also use any drawing or paper that you have designed yourself, which will be a fun way to keep using the machine once the sticker pages are finished:
Once you have your design ready, place it face down on the sticky tape part of the machine and just turn the handles, and your sticker will come out of the other end. Cut it off and it’s ready to use!
What we really liked about this is how easy to use it is! The improvement I would like in this part of it though is for there to be less wasted space on the roll in between each sticker. Perhaps this would be reduced if you put one sticker on, turn it a little bit, then put another etc etc but when you make the stickers one at a time you get a couple of inches of blank space coming out the other end of the machine.
Once the sticker has been created, you’ll need to cut it down to size ready to use, or ready to add to your stash of craft supplies.
Z enjoyed mixing and matching lots of the stickers to make his own unique designs like these:
2-in-1 Sticker Magic is available for around RRP £19.99 and is suitable for both boys and girls, aged around 5-10 years old.
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Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
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