It’s product review time again and this time we are taking a look at a String Art Kit I ordered off Amazon to keep Jack busy while he’s at home. As it was, it kind of backfired… because I ended up doing the kit too.
Let’s take a closer look…
As I mentioned, I ordered the kit off of Amazon… but as luck would have it, it’s totally sold out now. The one I ordered had three designs (an owl, a starburst, and a YAY sign) and it cost $16.63.
Here are some similar sets I found that are still available:
- Craft-tastic String Art Kit, Yeti and Snowflake Patterns for $19.99
- Craft-tastic String Art Kit, Unicorn edition for $21.28
- Craft-tastic Stacked String Unicorns for $14.98
Jack decided to do his own thing and not follow any directions… so here is his original design:
As for me, I’m a rule follower… so I decided to make the owl.
Step 1: I put all the pins into the foam board backing, making sure to keep the colors consistent with the example.
Step 2: I started adding the string, first the branch and then the owl body:
Step 3: I finished adding all the different color string and I went back over some areas that weren’t filled as much as I wanted them to be. And here is the finished product:
I think it turned out awfully cute, but the kit was definitely a bit too hard for my 8-year-old boy. If you have an older child, or one a bit better about following the directions, this type of kit might be a better fit.
If you’re an adult and you’d like to try a ‘fancier’ version of string art, I found a couple cute kit options with a wooden background and nails:
- Primitives by Kathy String Art Box Sign, Dandelion Wishers for $18.72
- Primitives by Kathy String Art Box Sign, Salty Kisses and Starfish Wishes for $16.02
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2 thoughts on “Craft Review: String Art Kit”
They both are cute! I love your owl and branch! Looks like fun. You should stand that up somewhere. It’s nice to do something creative during this time.
Thank you Nancy!