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Kid's Mix - like Chinese Chicken Stock! (rrp ?who knows? - save lots)

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  • Image of Kid's Mix - like Chinese Chicken Stock! (rrp ?who knows? - save lots)
  • Image of Kid's Mix - like Chinese Chicken Stock! (rrp ?who knows? - save lots)
  • Image of Kid's Mix - like Chinese Chicken Stock! (rrp ?who knows? - save lots)

Have you heard of the chicken stock, or maybe it's just called stock, that they use in the Chinese restaurants in China and famous places? They have a stock that dates back originally sometimes up to 100 years! Well our kid's mix bowl is kind of like that. It has been going for 13+ years, since we very first started doing classes for kids when the business opened up. Unfortunately, now is the time to retire it. We have found it has just too many choices in it for the smaller kids. We've been adding to this for so long, it has a bit of everything in there!!

Do you have grandkids coming over in the holidays? Or want something like this to include in their Christmas Stockings? The beads in here are probably work more like $30 if you were to buy them individually. Most of them we retail at around 5c, but there are a lot of random things in there too. Hopefully not a dead bug though. But you never can tell! LOL

In the bag, and in the bowl of beads photographed, I can see a butterfly, a lizard, dice, leaves, turtles, wheels, a broken wheel LOL, round things, glittery things, round faceted beads, large pony beads, flowers, wood beads (they are supposed to stay in the boy's bowl, but hey --), smarty beads, lady bug, a foot bead, drop beads, lots of seed beads in many colours (that's from people 'helping' us put things away, and throwing everything into the big bowl - ouch), smiley glitter faces, I think that gives you the idea.

So if you have grandkids who love sorting, sifting, fiddling and designing, this bag could give hours of fun!

We like to keep postage flat, if we can, so we will fill this bag that you see in the photo which gives about 80 grams of beads. Then if we squeeze the air out of it, it should stay under the 2cm for postage in a large letter. We will only get one per weight increment for the large letter size in the first step, so I've added $1 for every extra bag you buy after the first one. Sorry, but that's a Post Office related thing. Can't be helped.