HAMA HALLOWEEN

For as long as i can remember, Hama Beads have been always been a favourite when it comes to craft activities. I absolutely loved them when i was younger and actually passed down quite a lot of my collection to Kadiann. We have tons of them and there are so many different peg boards to chose from- they are endless amounts of fun.



We have been getting stuck in with their Halloween range. The 3D insect pack has got to be my favourite, it retails at £9.99 and you have so many different insects to create.It comes with 2,500 multi coloured beads,design papers,pegboards and all the sets come with the iron paper.I must admit i was a little bit sceptical about the whole '3D' as i thought it would just fall apart but i am so impressed with this set and for the price it makes a brilliant present!.



 The set Alessia was eager to try out was the Glow in the dark pack, this set retails at £8.50. It includes 1,500 glow in the dark beads -we had fun finding the odd ones before bed when i turned the lights off! :) . Also comes with a few pegboards-small square, round and star one. Has endless designs , from worms to butterflies. Alessia made a face and a star, and it kept her quiet for ages, they are the perfect quiet time activity and they really get the children to concentrate and learn how to follow instructions, which is brilliant!.


Hama also do small starter packs, which are perfect for stocking fillers and are super cheap and great for pocket money spending. The new Glow in the dark starter pack, retails at £2.50 is the perfect Halloween party bag filler. We are having a Halloween party and the kids are going to absolutely love them. We are also busy making some 3D props for our party table which are going to look brilliant.


If your thinking of gifts or some Halloween inspiration then i would definitely get your hands on some of these packs-they are the perfect Halloween addition!




*The product was sent to us in exchange for an honest review*

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