The boys were all around 7 years old with a 5 & 8 year old mixed in. The youngest had a little bit of trouble with the wheels and the assembly of the car but nothing that a little help from mom couldn’t fix. The others had no problem at all assembling the cars. In fact there were no complaints and the general consensus was that the cars were AWESOME!!
The wheels were probably the hardest part for the little one but again it was nothing that a little help couldn’t fix.
Here are some pictures of the completed cars.
They all played with their cars for hours and went home with a wish list of all the others they want for their collection. Even the moms were impressed with the fun the boys had building and customizing their car.
Xtreme Customz by Ridemakerz were definitely a hit!!
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Note: I received the above party kit from Momselect as compensation for my review. All opinions are my own.
Inside were crayons (you can see they were used to decorate the boxes while we waited), a coupon for a free kids meal on our next visit, some coupons for local attractions.
Around here we like to make our Valentines a little custom. While we like the generic ones that are out there, we like making our a little unique. This is what we did this year:
We found images that we liked of Darth Vader and Yoda and printed them onto photo paper, I could have used card stock too but I like the photo paper better. Now, I would have liked Yoda to have a green pixie stick (and I know I saw them somewhere) but after 5 stores looking for them, I gave up! Instead we used a green sour straw and I like it better than the pixie stick. I tried to convince my son to use a red sour straw too but he was having no parts of it. Apparently, he likes the pixie sticks better. In the end, he was thrilled with how they came out and I was too!