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I remember doing some crafts when I was young. It was lots of fun making my own things. Charmazing gives kids the opportunity to make their own charm bracelets. I love that these bracelets are easily able to be personalized. This would be a great gift for any child that enjoys crafts. Here’s some more information on Charmazing.
Charmazing is a custom charm bracelet collection that provides tweens with more than 100 different charms in 11 unique themed collections categorized in two worlds, Karma (positive energy) and Nature (powerful energy). Among the must-have new creativity-inspiring kits in the debut Charmazing! collection for ages 8-12 are:
- Charmazing Let’s Get Started – Creativity starts here with this set that comes in 5 different collections, enabling designers to personalize their bracelets according to these themes: Wildlife, Seaside, Lucky, Heart, and Emoji. $6.99
- Charmazing Color Me Up! – There is a rainbow of customizable options from 3 inspiring themed collections: Seaside, Seasons and Heart. Each features 6 charms, energy cards and beads. $14.99
- Charmazing Deluxe Kit – This complete set comes in both Karma and Nature World themes, enabling tweens to design 6 unique bracelets. Also included is the Charmastation bracelet working station, thread, beads, and chains. $29.99
The Charmazing Deluxe Kit Karma has everything you need to design 6 fabulous bracelets. Includes 12 unique assorted charms and energy cards from the Crystal, Enchanted and Power Collections. Personalize your charm bracelets with a little help from the Charmastation bracelet working station. Use the storage compartment to stow your thread, beads, chains and bracelets. A Toys “R” Us exclusive product by Style Me Up.
Charmazing is available to purchase at ToysRUs exclusively (and is on their Hot Holiday Toy list, too!).
What kind of charm bracelet do you think your child might make?