Review: Action Make your own Sinterklaas steamboat

13 Responses

  1. Morgaine says:

    I'm now wondering Els, seriously, I was just talking about sticking and making your own Petes for the windows or doors in the past, what do you do with all this stuff when the period is over, do you throw it away? Or do you keep it all? With us it often went away, especially Saint Nicholas and Piet related, Christmas pieces were sometimes still in the box, until after a number of years they were no longer visible, for example.

    Maybe it would be fun to write a blog about that? What do you do with all those things you made yourself at home? This is ONE reason why I stopped doing the beautiful DIY thing, unless, like crocheting, it is and remains really user-friendly.

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  2. E.H. says:

    I just got two away*&^^%%…

    It's not a lot of money, so I don't expect good quality, fine. But it all has to fit, and it really didn't. First I mounted the sides on the deck, it was a bit stiff here and there, but when I grabbed the bottom, you can see that none of the slots fit into the recesses in the deck... In my case, exactly the same part of the deck broke. chimney, because you simply have to apply too much force/pry, because it doesn't fit...

    Looked like a fun craft project for the shoe, result: two disappointed children….

    Again, I don't expect the world from something like that, but at least make it fit!

  3. MetMirjam says:

    That was quite a bit of work! Nice to see how it turned out 🙂 Your own Sint and Piet are indeed much nicer!

  4. M.Th. says:

    And for that price; unbelievable. A very nice result.

  5. Marushi says:

    I like your homemade Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet much better!

  6. zazazoobeauty says:

    So much fun again!! Seems like a nice job to me

  7. Beauty45plus says:

    How nice, it still seems like quite a job when I look at it like this.

  8. Gera says:

    How nice! I was still looking for ideas to make. Tomorrow I have to go to Action, I'll definitely keep him in mind!

  9. jeapiebel says:

    It looks fun to make and look at the result. Nice!

  10. What a super fun activity to do with young children! Especially for that price and I'll take the breakage of a piece. It's also nice to have your own Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet 🙂

  11. How fun is this! For a cheap price it will keep you busy for a while, which I think is a plus. I think the fact that the picture was broken is due to the price-quality ratio. But still very nicely done!

  12. Too bad a picture broke! It's great that you try this out and then give us some tips. I still like your felt Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet the most ☺️

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