#KissTheChef and #BeMyValentine Kits Let Kids Design Masks and Cook Treats for Cupid’s Favorite Day
Send your kids the ultimate telegram this Valentine’s Day with holiday-themed mask kits for children. Kadoodle Kids, a new crafts brand designed to inspire imagination and creativity in children, is debuting two special box sets that let the little ones design their own masks on Cupid’s special day. Also featuring stickers, glitter pens, stamps, markers, a special cookie recipe and even a chef’s hat and apron, the Kadoodle Kids Valentine’s Day kits are the perfect way to let your children express their love and imagination on this heart filled day.
“Kadoodle Kids is all about letting kids be kids, and Valentine’s Day is always a favorite holiday,” says co-founder Lyss Stern, who created the brand with Jodi Okun and Pam Mandell. “Our kits are designed to foster play, imagination and expression, and what better way to do so then on a day built around love and heart?”
Kadoodle Kids will feature two kits as part of the Valentine’s Day special. Its #KisstheChef box set, at $34.95, features a mask, fabric markers, glitter glue pens, heart and treat stickers, wash-off candy tattoos, a cookie recipe and a kids’ apron and chef hat, which can also be designed.
The #BeMyValentine box set, at $21.95, includes a mask, fabric markers, glitter glue pens, heart stickers, wash-off glitter heart tattoos, Valentine’s stampers and a mask pouch. Both can be ordered online at www.kadoodlekids.com.
“Our Valentine’s Day kits are such a great way for kids to get away from their screens and enjoy a tactical, experience that fosters imagination,” said Okun. “Whether designing a mask, apron or hat, the experience is a perfect time-out designed to let kids express themselves through art and creativity.”
“Valentine’s will certainly be different for many kids this year,” Mandell added. “Telegrams and heart-shaped candy will not be in plentiful supply. So Kadoodle Kids makes it all the more special. Our kits are created with love, and the experiences let kids express that sentiment too. Who doesn’t love that?”
In addition to the Valentine’s Day box sets, Kadoodle Kids will also feature its signature “Doll/ Stuffie and Me” kits, available in unicorn or dinosaur sets where kids can design a mask for themselves for themselves and their doll or stuffed animal.
Kadoodle Kids launched in 2020 after Stern, Okun and Mandell witnessed the effects the pandemic had on children. In addition to illness, kids experienced isolation, being kept indoors and lack of activity. The mothers, all with kids of varying ages, decided to create an activity that would take children away from television, phones, computers and video games and let them use their imagination and creativity in designing masks. Kadoodle Kids debuted with holiday themed box sets and based on popular demand they are premiering new Valentine’s Day kits.