Tuesday, May 14, 2013

My Lanyard Maker, a gift tween girls will love! #Giveaway


 Are you looking for a great gift idea? How about a fun crafty toy that gets girls moving and gets their creative juices flowing? Well I have a great suggestion for you, a My Lanyard Maker! Here is a little more information about the company that make this fun toy, from the website:

 While babysitting his granddaughters they asked David to make friendship bracelets with them. This is a trend that has a recent surge in popularity as moms teach their kids this age old tradition with a bit of nostalgia. Friendship Bracelets are seen all over TV, and Tweens everywhere are making them. The process of making them involves securing a knot and keeping the strings in order while knotting the threads. After one experience with the grandkids David decided there must be a better way! 

Here is my silly daughter with the kit, she can be so funny


Crorey Creations was able to tap into some of the best talent in Detroit who have unfortunately found themselves unemployed in this tough economy. After many engineered drawings, prototypes and focus groups we now have a perfected, patented product. This product is the right product , at the right time at the right price (under $25). This product will have appeal beyond the US market and can be global in scope as evident through online research of friendship bracelets.

 I was very fortunate to be able to try My Lanyard Maker with my daughter:


 My Lanyard Maker®  Kit comes packed with everything you need to make cool craft accessories! Includes 12 round and 18 flat plastic laces, 18 colorful hooks, 100 pony beads and 18 key rings!

My daughter is getting quite crafty, she loves to make things for her dolls and jewelry for me, she loves to “design” things. She got the chance to design something totally new for her when she got to try out the Lanyard Maker by MyFBM.
This is fun, it gave her a chance to do something like learn how to make a box knot, at first she was a little hesitant because it's something totally out of her zone but after watching the video a few times we were able to start and by the end of making the key chain she was doing it all on her own. It's given her a bit of confidence with tying knots, she's been learning to tie her shoe's and went from hating tying knots to wanting to tie knots into key chains and friendship bracelets. It's pretty simple once you get the hang, it looked daunting at first but after a short while she was going from side to side tying knots like an expert.
She took her lanyard maker with her to show her cousin and before you knew it our little knot expert was showing off her skills and was able to teach her cousin how to tie a box knot. The kit is great as it also works as a container to hold all of your supplies. So many colorful beads and laces coupled with a boat load of knot varieties make the Lanyard Maker something that will keep my daughter occupied for a long time. I love the lanyard maker, it's something the builds skill and occupies her time without using the computer or the television to do it.

This would make a great gift idea for the tween or young teen on your gift list this year. It will be wonderful for that special someone, they will love it! My daughter sure did.  My Lanyard Maker retails for $24.99  and recommended for ages 6 and up.


So if you are looking for a great gift idea, a gift that does not need batteries and does not need to be plugged in.. A great old fashioned but still very fun gift, I would recommend  My Lanyard Maker. It would be a great gift for that special girl on your gift list this year.


The generous folks at  My Lanyard Maker are giving one of Susan's Disney Family readers a chance to win a My Lanyard Maker of their own! A $25.00 arv value. Would you like to win? Please visit the My Lanyard Maker site, take a look around then come back here and tell me something you learned from the site. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
You can purchase this great crafty toy by checking the store locator from the site



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Susan S. Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received a lanyard maker to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising  

12 comments:

  1. I learned it has a container to store all the pieces, which is great. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3 at yahoo dot com

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  2. learned the inventor is actually a man!

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  3. kid learn how to make certain knots and can make their own keychains

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  4. I learned that they have a variety of Flat Lace Patterns!

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  5. I know my granddaughter would love this

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  6. I learned that my Lanyard Maker® Refill Kit comes packed with everything you need to make more cool craft accessories! Includes 12 round and 18 flat plastic laces, 18 colorful hooks, 100 pony beads and 18 key rings! this would be great for my grand daughter!

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  7. I learned that they make this product. AWESOME

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  8. I learned that you can make keychains.

    daveshir2005@yahoo.com
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  9. I learned that he came up with it while babysitting his granddaughters.

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  10. It comes with everything you need.

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  11. While weaving your lanyard, always make sure your laces are flat. If they are twisted,
    you can loosen the laces and untwist before pulling each layer tighter.

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  12. This would make a great gift for my niece. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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