Coming Soon

It’s official. The 80s are back… and better than ever with the Klutz Safety Pin Bracelet book & kit.

Safety Pin Bracelets helps anyone craft an entire collection of brilliantly sparkling jewelry out of garden-variety safety pins. The book includes 12 dazzling bracelet designs. Whichever design you choose, you pick the colors and patterns so each bracelet is uniquely you. And, of course, the book comes with everything you need: 175 safety pins in three different sizes, over 1,000 beads in vibrant colors, and silvery elastic cord. Finally, the open-and-shut packaging keeps all your craft supplies organized and neat.

The snow will be melting soon (hopefully) and when it does, you’ll be ready for some creative outdoor fun. Chalk the Block by Klutz is full of games, artistic and quirky ideas that will keep children guessing and totally entertained!

Play some arty tricks on the neighbourhood!

Chalk the Block comes with 4 big pieces of chalk and a ton of bold ideas for adding temporary humor to the sidewalks, curbs, walls, rocks, and bricks of your neighborhood — colorful antics, caricatures, and tomfoolery, with a few extreme hopscotch grids thrown in. Tickle the funny bones of friends and strangers with inspired lunacy guaranteed to bring a smile to passersby.

These titles should be available in-store within the next couple of weeks. Visit Mrs. Tiggy Winkle’s, online or in-store, to see an extensive selection of Klutz products.

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