Mould & Paint Robots

Mould & Paint Robots

We mixed the plaster and played some games until it was dry enough to paint. Then we each took a robot to color it. Of course, Joe wanted to help us color and added his touch to our robots. He was excited and happy he helped us color.

It was a good mellow family time and was a lot of fun. We put a paper under the robots we colored so it was not as messy as you might imagine. It comes with 2 pins to hang the final product on a backpack and some magnets for the fridge.

 This toy comes with different themes: 

  1. Robots 
  2. Dinosaur (Could not find it on amazon Sorry)
  3. Cupcakes 
  4. Trucks 
  5. Sealife 
  6. Cute Pets 
  7. Garden
  8. Race cars 
  9. Owls 

Note:

  • The plaster dried up too fast that we did could not put both pins in. One was barely holding on and fell out really fast. It dried up while we were pouring it. A big chunk of the plaster stayed in the bowl. They seem to count for that. I think they assume most of it will dry before you are done pouring it because we were still able to do all 6 shapes.
  • One of the robots broke while taking it out. So just be gentle with it.  
  • The plastic mold can be stored and used later as chocolate mold or ice molds.  
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