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Do you remember Silly putty in the plastic egg shells that you could buy at the store for real cheap? I used to always have a couple of them around. I used to love sticking the putty to newspapers and watching it transform onto the putty. Kids love putty as I was one of those kids. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could even draw on putty or how about putty that shows multiple colors? I am going to introduce you to those 2 different types of putty.
The first putty I am going to show you is Crazy Aaron’s Foxfire Phantom Thinking Putty. Unlike any other traditional putty it features two colors Foxfire and Arctic Flare. We received Foxfire.
Foxfire Phantom Putty is a sparkly green putty that comes with a UV light so you can decorate and draw on the putty. Remember the Silly putty I mentioned earlier? You get 1/5 lb of thinking putty which is a ton more than silly putty.
When I took the putty out of the container I noticed it conformed to the entire inside of the can. It was a little tricky getting it out, but I used a spoon which made it easier. Once we took it out we had some fun drawing on the putty
The Scarab Super Illusions Thinking Putty transforms into multiple colors depending on the light and angle you hold the putty. It shifts from blue to purple and then into red and copper. I noticed when it was in sunlight the purple showed more and the aqua tones more in the regular light.
Here is the same putty in a different light. As you can see the aqua tones are shining through with blue and purple. We really have enjoyed playing around with this putty. Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty has many different uses. If you are stressed you can use it as a stress ball. In addition, it is great for therapy for younger children. One of my favorite things to do with the putty is making it pop. I can remember doing it with Silly putty, making tiny bubbles by folding the putty over to form a bubble and then popping it. There are no limitations on what you can do with Thinking Putty.
My children enjoyed the Thinking Putty. Once they received it, they could not wait to dive in and play. They each took turns with both of the putty and had fun creating different sculptures with them. I even find myself playing with it now and then. Yes, I am even a big kid too!.
Thinking Putty will never dry out. It is recommended to keep in the tin when not using to keep free from dirt, dust and other particles. Thinking Putty also is safe and non-toxic therefore it is safe for young children. 3 years and older. Thinking Putty contains no latex, gluten, wheat compounds, or phthalates. It is safe for use by people with sensitivity to wheat or latex and will not promote the development of latex allergies.
Crazy Aaron’s has multiple varieties of Thinking Putty such as glow in the dark, heat sensitive hypercolors, super magnetics, and more. Crazy Aaron’s products are made in the USA and can be found in specialty toy, science, museum, gift, bookstore, college, hospital gift and arts & crafts stores. See all of their colors and seasonal specials at their online store.