Sunday, November 17, 2013

RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio Review

Let's get real for a second - Rowan has got to be one of the most difficult kids on the planet to shop for. All trips to Target consist of a lot of pleading to visit the toy aisle and a long list of wants needs and must have right nows but when it comes down to it she is never interested in any of that stuff once we get it home. Art supplies seem to be the one exception, this girl could create until the sun goes down. In fact she does and right when the sun comes up too, she is constantly begging for one more minute as the bus is actually pulling up so that she can whip out one more doodle for her friends.

With Rowan's birthday this last week I jumped at the opportunity to work with RoseArt's new Extreme Air Brush Studio. It was the perfect thing to surprise her with and once her party wrapped up on Saturday she couldn't wait to get right to work. A fun new media she had never tried before, graffiti art! We had so much fun creating together, Rowan and Stella did a great job taking turns and admiring each others work. I only wish we had two so that they could work along side each other. Maybe a good gift from Santa to Stella?
My personal favorite part? Rowan still struggles in the find motor department since being diagnosed with Encephalitis in May. Her little hands get tired easily and she has a hard time finishing her projects or they get sloppy towards the end which can be very frustrating for her. With the RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio there is very little to no "fine control" needed to work the machine or create beautiful art. It is the simple press of the button and aim to get going - as she would say, "easy peasy lemon squeezy!"

It is the perfect fun and frugal gift for the upcoming holidays. It can be found at most retailers for between $20 and $30, a budget friendly price for a wide age range. Also, make sure and stay tuned for an announcement coming from RoseArt on a amazing Black Friday deal regarding the Extreme Air Brush Studio!
What is the RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio?
RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio gives your child a fun and affordable 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.

Extreme Air Brush Studio includes the Air brush Caddy, Detachable Motorized Pump, Sprayer, 15 SuperTip Markers, and 5 Chipboard Stencils Sheets.

How does it work?
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. RoseArt recommends experimenting with how to correctly insert the markers in the holder so that the product sprays ink optimally (not too much, not too little).

2. Select your favorite stencil and lay it on a blank sheet of paper.

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

4. Be creative! You can paint stunning pictures and graphics using the included stencils or feel free to create designs all your own.

The packaging suggests the RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio is for 6+ but Stella who is only 3 had no problems creating some of her own art, I just made sure to cover her work area really well and encourage she go slowly.

Check out this video to see it in action and learn even more!

Good news!
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.

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by RoseArt but the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. 

5 comments:

melissa rohr said...

I love this! I think I could use one for homeschool!

melissa rohr said...

My girls have been enjoying their Extreme Air Brush Studio as well! I practically had to pry it out of their hands to get them to focus on something else, like the fact that dinner was ready, ha ha ha!

melissa rohr said...

Aw I love it! This looks like SOO much fun!

melissa rohr said...

How fun is this?!! My boys would absolutely go crazy with this. I know what I'm putting on their Christmas list!

melissa rohr said...

Looks fun!