Thursday, August 23, 2012

#Review Makit Products Inc - Make a Plate Kit





Wouldn't you love to keep your kids drawings forever. Your own Picasso or Michelangelo. You can with Makit.  I had the wonderful opportunity to review the Make-a-Plate Kit.


Make A Plate Kit $16.99



Makit was started by Bob Hodges in 1969. One day a neighbor, who was a teacher, told him wouldn't it be nice to have your kids artwork on something useful instead of it falling off the refrigerator and throwing it away. And so began the concept of Makit.  Today millions of people have used Makit for art projects and family keepsakes. Celebrities too have created and signed plates for charity like Dick Clark, Madonna, Matthew Broderick, and Nathan Lane just to name a few.




The idea is simple. You purchase a kit that includes 5 drawing sheets and markers, plus one pre-paid certificate for processing the artwork. The plates are BPA free, dishwasher safe and break resistant.  The plates are not microwavable.




My son and I had a mommy and son time. We had fun creating new pictures. You draw whatever you wish and then ship back the drawings you would like to make into a plate. You mail it back with the pre-paid certificate. After a couple of days you will get your finished product in the mail. For more information about shipping and processing fees click HERE.  This will be our family's keepsake that we can pass on. 




Finished Products


Makit makes other products such as mugskey chains that make awesome gifts for anniversaries
birthdaysweddings
babiesbusiness promotional productsmother’s dayfather’s dayChristmasand more. 

To make a purchase click HERE and follow Makit on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for  news and promotions.
  

***Disclaimer*** The product featured in this review was provided to me free of charge for purpose of the review and no other compensation was received.  I have given my honest opinion that are my own.
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3 comments:

  1. Wow.. love this idea. again grandkids would love this.. especially three of my girls... hehe

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  2. I love this...I did this in 4th grade for a Christmas present for my mother, that was eons ago, LOL!!! Makes great memories

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  3. Wow, that is great. I think I am going to get that for my grandson. Thanks for the review.

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