RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio: Holiday Gift Guide

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Thanks to RoseArt for sponsoring today’s post and fun activities with my kids.

I’ve noticed a few things as my kids have gotten older…First, bigger kids are harder to shop for because they don’t play with “toys” and second, kids never grow out of being creative. No matter what their age and interests, a package of new markers and some paper will always keep them entertained.

Yesterday, while I was out running errands at Walmart, I picked up a RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio for my kids. As soon as the two youngest came home, they were ALL OVER the new art kit in the kitchen, but I made them finish their homework and chores first. The anticipation made it all the sweeter.

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt

Seriously, this is a perfect holiday gift idea for a HUGE range of kids!

About the RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio:

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio gives your child a fun new way to paint and create. This motorized air brush kit allows kids to turn any RoseArt Super Tip Markers into paint brushes with the removable pump and sprayer.

Simply load any SuperTip RoseArt marker into the sprayer (yes, you can use markers they already have or just buy another box off the shelf when the markers in their kit start to dry) and use the 5 chipboard stencils – or let loose and be creative! – to airbrush artwork masterpieces in a flash!

Extreme Air Brush Studio includes the Air brush Caddy, Detachable Motorized Pump, Sprayer, 15 SuperTip Markers, and 5 Chipboard Stencils Sheets. Batteries (4 C batteries) are not included.

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt

How to use the RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio:

1. Select any RoseArt SuperTip Marker and load it into the handle of the motorized sprayer. Make sure the marker is inserted all the way into the handle. Adjust the marker forward or backward slightly to achieve the desired spray pattern. We had to experiment just a bit to get the perfect amount of spray, but my 8 year old figured it out in no time.

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt

2. Select a stencil and lay it on a blank sheet of paper. Tip: Lay another piece of paper over areas of the stencil that you don’t want to be sprayed.

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt

3. Turn on the motorized sprayer, press the red button on the handle and spray away!

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt

4. Be creative! You can paint using the included stencils or create designs all your own. My two boys loved the freedom of creating their own designs, and my 10 year old daughter loved using the stencil.

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt

Before we started creating, AJ and I watched the video all about how to use the RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio. It was quick and to the point and helped us know exactly what to do to get started.

I thought it was hilarious that while the 2 youngest kids were making their works of art, my almost-13-year-old son was watching from the sidelines. When it was time for bed, I had the younger ones put the kit away and clean the counter. No sooner had I gotten the 8 and 10 year olds in bed, but I heard the sound of airbrush coming from the kitchen. I found T all alone making a little bit of art for himself.

Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt

Roseart 90th Anniversary Sweepstakes:

RoseArt is celebrating their 90th Anniversary this year. To celebrate, they are hosting a Facebook sweepstakes where participating fans are eligible to win weekly gift cards and prize packs, as well as a $1,000 VISA gift card for holiday spending.

Enter on Facebook through 12/21/13!

BLACK FRIDAY BONUS: Check back on my Twitter and Facebook pages for a special Black Friday deal on the Extreme Air Brush Studio from RoseArt!

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I became a mom in 1996, and in 2005 I had my fifth. Yes, 5 kids. In 2007, this blog was born (my 6th baby that will never grow up) and I've been sharing recipes, photography tricks, parenting tips, and everything in between. You can also find me writing at Home Made Simple, Famous Footwear blog and P&G Everyday. *Add my posts to BlogLovin' or Feedly today!*

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  1. shelly peterson says:

    This is super cool! My son would really love this! I’m thinking this is going to be a Christmas or birthday gift for him :)

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