My mom bought the kids a foil art kit by Elmer’s because both my kiddos love shiny and sparkly things. The age on the box says 5+, so my kids are a little young for it and they did need quite a bit of help. They still had fun and there seems to be a good bang for buck (my mom paid ~$10). There are 10 posters (2 10″x7″, 4 5″x7″ and 4 3.5″x5″) and 40 small stickers. There are 40 sheets of foil in 10 different colours. Each of my kids did two little posters, so I’ve still got lots left over in my craft closet to pull out on a rainy day.
The way this works is you get a bunch of pre-printed posters and stickers. The posters have individual yellow stickers that you have to peel off. Then you place one of the pieces of coloured foil over the sticky part and rub it. When you lift up the foil piece, the coloured part has stayed on the poster and you are left with just a clear plastic sheet. It’s simple and you get a good result even if you have no artistic talent. Where the little kids need help is to get off all the sticker parts because some of the pieces are really quite small. Also, they tend to rub too roughly and end up crinkling the foil instead of pressing it on to the sticky stuff. All in all we had lots of fun and look forward to doing more.