With the See-Thru Light Designer, you can create your own original designs and use them to make an interactive light and color show. The two reusable transparent panels give you plenty of space to draw and doodle your own light-up art that you can bring to life with lights and effects. Then take the fun to the next level by placing objects, pictures, or family and friends behind the panels to combine your art with real life. Designed for ages six and up, the See-Thru Light Designer includes two removable panels and four markers.
With the See-Thru Light Designer, there's no limit to what you can create. Both panels are transparent, so your art can transform into an interactive show. Place your favorite photos, action figures, stuffed animals, or any other object behind the panel, and they'll instantly be part of the fun. You can also bring friends and family members in on the action, making it easy to tell a story with your art. Be sure to buy yours for that special someone today.
The Crayola See Thru Light Designer is available at Amazon for $21.97.
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