Last Saturday while I was checking out Candylicious I was also checking out Chinook Hobby West for some Christmas themed Makit & Bakit kits. I went for the fancy licensed sets and got a Disney Christmas themed kit.
I wanna make the crocodile one and a rainbow one! Also, next year for Hanukkah I want to make a Jewish Makit kit.
They had all the sets shown on the package; Pluto, Noel Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Santa Mickey, Daisy, Uncle Scrooge and Mistletoe Minnie. As you can see I got the Donald kit, but if you were really ambitious and enjoy inhale plastic fumes, they had a box set which contained all the kits. That is a lot of making and baking. The package had a copyright date of 1981 which official makes it "old school".
Why did they give me such a big bag for the black and light blue pellets? I think I only used like ten black pellets, it seems like a waste. Donald had some pretty "technical" parts on him as some of the areas/gaps to fill were pretty small. Damn it, it is too hard!
The finished product turned out pretty good with only one bubble in it and no cracks. I did use too many white pellets on his hand, but it's not too bad. I will actually keep this kit and take it home with me to Cranbrook and hang it on the Christmas tree. "Mom, look what I made all by myself!"
The back of the package had the instructions which I actually followed this time. I watched the time and it didn't leave in too long unlike last time. The back also showed a bunch of different kits that are, or were available.