Getting creative with Kirby

When I see a Nintendo Parcel in the post, I am quite excited. They do contain loads of lovely stuff that keep us occupied both online and off. Being a Nintendo Family Blogger is something that I enjoy.

This time we were sent a box of crafts that contained modelling clay and paints to recreate the world of Kirby.

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To celebrate the launch of the new game on Nintendo Wii U – Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush, we were invited to get creative and recreate characters from the game. In particular, we were supposed to recreate Kirby. We didn’t stop there but went on to create many other figures but naturally and even created trees and scenery.

We were also sent paints and paper (yes, they do think of everything) to set our artistic streak free and paint Kirby’s world.

And oh yes, talking about thinking of everything, we were also sent a plastic mat for us to carry out our messy creations. Love Nintendo!

Here’s what we came up with. I made Kirby and thought it would be a breeze but it’s not really that easy to get him perfect. Jadyn made a great Waddle Dee and I am quite proud of my Paintbrush Fairy.

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With worlds, we created some lovely pictures and Jadyn drew Kirby.

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It was a wonderful way to keep the children occupied and to get creative. I took a paintbrush up after ages but it was lovely to be able to paint and create.

We also enjoy the online version and you can read our review here.

Disclaimer: I was sent the above box of goodies as a Nintendo Family Blogger but was under no obligation to write this post. All ideas and opinions are my own. 

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