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Beados Quick Dry Design Station (review)

I was very excited to be able to review this toy from Moose toys.
This is the Beados quick dry design station.
It came with a lot of different things, listed here.
So I went to quick work putting everything together. This toy is for ages 4 and up and was easy to put together and use. 
Below are all the different designs you could make. I choose to make the butterfly (that could hang on the window using a special bead and suction cup and the dog. My 4 year old daughter choose to make the penguin.

So to start you add one of the pictures to the back of a bead tray. Then using the tweezers you follow the colors and fill it up with beads.
The tweezers were easy to use but it was a little hard to get the beads out of the bead storage container. We ended up placing the beads in the other bead tray to use. 
Once every bead is in place you spray it with water, careful to not spray to much as it could make it sticky and make it longer to dry, and place it under the drying station. 
It takes about 15 mins till it is fully dry. Once dry you use one of the cards to slowly lift it from the tray. Pretty easy again to do.

In the end these are what we made. 
They are holding up well with play.
Here is our video review for anyone who wants to see it~

Thank you again Moose toys for letting us enjoy and review this toy!~
Go and check out all the other stuff they make here~

Note~ I do not get paid to review, my review is my honest opinion. :) 


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