RoseArt just released a new Air Brush studio and it is so much fun! My family was able to try it out as part of a sponsored post from RoseArt.
First, I had to go to Wal-Mart to buy it. Honestly, this was the only part of the experience I did not enjoy. If I had more time to write the post, I would have purchased this online. But thankfully this experience wasn’t as bad as others I’ve had there – I know exactly where to find RoseArt art supplies (straight back behind the cards and gift wraps). And the price was awesome! It was only $19.97 at my Wal-Mart! Perfectly in my price range.
Then I came home and let the kids play with the Rose Art Extreme Air Brush Studio! Click the photos to go to the RoseArt website and learn more about this fun toy!
How to set up RoseArt Air Brush Studio
- Take the battery compartment/motor out of the storage container.
- Unscrew the battery compartment.
- Insert batteries, replace the compartment.
- Take cap off marker.
- Insert marker firmly in the want. (Emphasis on firmly – if it is not in tight enough, it won’t perform as well)
- Press the button to push the air through the wand and enjoy!
Please note: While I actually prefer to store the battery compartment inside the container that holds the markers and stencils (I love the handiness of having them all together) you don’t have to do this. It is built so that you can take the compartment/motor anywhere without having to take all the markers and stencils.
Here is a super helpful video too!
Don’t forget the batteries!
It takes 4 C batteries that are not included. I don’t usually have C batteries in bulk at my house, so I had to buy some at the same time I bought the studio.
They loved it! Since it is only $20, I might just go back and get a second one. Taking turns is a valuable life lesson…but I can see them having a ton of fun painting together at the same time. Lucy sure had a difficult time waiting for David’s turn to be over because she was mesmerized by the color that was shooting onto the paper from the marker wand.
Lucy had way too much fun with the colors. When she finally got her turn she played for quite a long time! The Rose Art Extreme AirBrush Studio was really fun to experiment with. If you held it close to the paper it sprayed really dark, when you hold it father away it splatters very light and faint. She quickly learned that she can’t use it the same way she uses a regular marker or pencil.
I even got in on some of the fun! I wish Lucy gave me more of a turn! I only had long enough to write one quick phrase and a heart. This is so much fun for me too!
And Yay! for washable markers! This toy did not spray it very fast or hard – you had to be closer to the paper to see the color. So the mess factor wasn’t a big worry of mine. But even if it did happen to get on our clothes or hands I know it will wash out.
This is what comes with your Extreme Airbrush Studio. The stencils are lots of fun and I love all the colors it comes with! I have to say something out of complete honesty – you see how the markers are standing straight up and down? They don’t do that in real life. (See photos at top of post) They actually flop around quite a bit in this container. I actually prefer to store the stencils in our art folder and the markers in our zippered pencil pouch.
Who loves BLACK FRIDAY?
Stay tuned to this post or make sure you are following me on Twitter or Facebook, I will be announcing the ONE DAY ONLY deal on this toy at Wal-Mart on Black Friday! As if $19.97 wasn’t a great enough deal, you will be able to save even more! Stay tuned!!
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