What present can I give for Epiphany?


Pretty suitcases, sea animals and art with sand, what do all these things have in common? That they are made by APLI, perfect as an Epiphany gift and for the kids to create, design and play.

Each have their materials, technique and presentation. If your children enjoy creating with their own hands, take your favourite one home … or all of them!

A case to design your own bag

In a pretty case, you can find everything necessary to create an original shoulder bag, with real sewing! It’s a brilliant gift for children to learn how to sew. Find it here: https://goo.gl/rkPqjQ


Funny Felt

And let’s carry on sewing! With this marine topic kit, the kids can create 3 amusing felt characters to decorate pencils or whatever they like. The kit includes felt shapes, a plastic needle, thread, padding material and 3 pencils: https://goo.gl/t4SWbj

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Sand Art: animals

Our Sand Art is easy, fun and offers surprising results. The first thing you must do is uncover the coloured adhesive layer using the plastic tool and spread out the sand with your fingers to draw the designs. You will see that there are many colour choices, because the sand comes in brown, grey, green, blue, sky blue, orange, yellow and red colours.

Another piece of good news. There is no need for glue.

Contains 4 adhesive cardboard templates with pre-cut designs, 10 tins of coloured sand, 1 bag of white sand and 1 plastic tool. Find it here: https://goo.gl/5pgCPb

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Photo by Ben White on Unsplash

Create and enjoy yourself sharing a special moment. That’s what a good winter afternoon is all about! Now, tell us, which of these toys would you like to give as a Christmas present?



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