Painting Handmade Christmas Ornaments w/ the RoseArt Extreme Airbrush Studio - Sammy Makes Six

Painting Handmade Christmas Ornaments w/ the RoseArt Extreme Airbrush Studio

Thank you to RoseArt for sponsoring today's post. All opinions are my own.


There is nothing that Sammy loves more than creating art. She loves to draw and has tons of coloring books, crayons, markers and papers to work with. I encourage her love of art as much as I can because it's such a great outlet for her. I don't mind at all stocking her up on her supplies, so that she can have everything she needs to create. I have been very excited because I knew that she would love the RoseArt Extreme Airbrush Studio which we purchased for her at Walmart. She's never had anything like an airbrush kit and I couldn't wait to see what her reaction would be to this new type of painting and coloring technique.


The RoseArt Extreme Air Brush Studio gives your child a fun new way to paint and create. This
motorized air brush kit allows kids to turn any RoseArt Super Tip Markers into paint brushes
with the removable pump and sprayer. Simply load any SuperTip RoseArt marker into the sprayer and use the 5 chipboard stencils to airbrush artwork masterpieces in a flash! 


Extreme Air Brush Studio is portable. It holds all your markers, stencils and the sprayer in one compact caddy, so your kids can take their art tools with them wherever they go. The Extreme Air Brush Studio includes the Air brush Caddy, Detachable Motorized Pump, Sprayer, 15 SuperTip Markers, and 5 Chipboard Stencils Sheets. 



After you have set up the studio, getting started is easy. Select any RoseArt SuperTip Marker and load it into the handle of the motorized sprayer. Make sure the marker is inserted all the way into the handle. Adjust the marker forward or backward slightly to achieve the desired spray pattern. 


The only thing you will need to experiment with is how to insert the markers into the holder. It took us a few tries to get the sprayer to shoot out the right amount of ink. But it's nothing hard, you just have to adjust the marker. Once you've got the right amount shooting out, the kids can get to creating their works of art.


We've been experimenting with a few DIY holiday decorations and Sam decided she wanted to paint the one Christmas tree ornament that we had successfully made. The plan is that we will be making many more since we want to save on decorations this year. And now Sammy will be able to airbrush them with her new studio as we go. 


The RoseArt Extreme Airbrush Studio is available at Walmart and would make a great holiday gift. If you would like to purchase it, I suggest you look for it on Black Friday. I don't know all the details yet, but I do know that it will be priced super low. RoseArt is celebrating their 90th Anniversary this year. To celebrate, they are hosting a Facebook sweepstakes where participating fans are eligible to win weekly gift cards and prize packs, as well as a $1,000 VISA gift card for holiday spending. Enter the sweepstakes here.

Once we have narrowed down some of these DIY ornaments, we will be posting some tutorials on them. Making ornaments is going to be a fun way for us to spend some extra time together and let some of that creativity out. What DIY project have you completed lately?

2 comments

Betzy Carmona said...

This is great to keep children busy

Isabel Garcia said...

Sounds like a fun activity kit for kids, especially on those rainy days. When I was Sammy's age, I was also one of those kids that loved coloring and drawing with pens, crayons, and colored pencils. It was my creative outlet. :-)