Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Gross Magic Review And Giveaway


We've got 4 boys and 3 girls and every single one of them has loved disgusting stuff, so when Drumond Park sent the latest product to review, I knew it would be a winner.  


Gross Magic is exactly as you'd expect - a magic set absolutely crammed full of props to perform horrible magic tricks and make everyone say "eeeeuw".


The set is amazing, opening the box is like opening a treasure chest of yuck. There are goo and snot and squished insects, cockroaches and eyeballs, and a really good booklet detailing how to perform around 50 tricks.


My no.3 son is only 5 and the recommended age range is 8+, but he was absolutely enthralled with this set, so we let him and his 16 year old brother review it. They really couldn't wait to get started, and within 20 minutes had mastered their first couple of tricks.


The tricks range from very easy through to those that really will take a bit of practice and dedication, but there is masses for a complete novice to have a go at straight out of the box.

After a bit of practice my 5 year old wanted to show off his new skills - so here's just a small sample of the set in action!


We're really impressed with this set because there is so much there! The props and tricks are great and it is lovely that you can get started straightaway as well as build your skills and try some of the far more difficult tricks.

Gross Magic retails at £19.99 and is available from a multitude of toy stores and supermarkets - for stockists visit www.drumondpark.co.
 
Drumond Park have kindly offered a Gross Magic set as a prize for one of my readers. Entry is by rafflecopter below. Answer the question by commenting on this post for your first entry, and additional entries are available by completing extra tasks.



UK entrants only please. The competition will end when the rafflecopter timer has run out at midnight on Friday 28th February. Please see terms and conditions on the Rafflecopter.


We were sent our Gross Magic set to review

105 comments:

  1. I love your blog
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    http://minimaysi.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. Lady bug
    (kim neville)

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  3. ladybird
    (xxCxx)

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  4. ladybirds - although I loved our caterpillars last year

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  5. ladybirds, my girls love goin looking for them.

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  6. A ladybird is about the only one I can bear!

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  7. I think cockroaches look awesome!

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  8. I love Ants.I love how industrious they are and could watch them for hours!

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  9. Ants - I think they're really interesting and intelligent

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  10. Centipede

    Debbie hay

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  11. Earwigs have always fascinated me

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  12. a bumble bee (to look at not to touch) x

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  13. Butterflies

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  14. ladybirds x

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  15. a ladybug x maria blythin

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  16. bugs yuck!!! would probably agree with the majority and say a ladybird is all i could handle!! :)

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  17. Ladybirds of course - so pretty and eat all the aphids

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  18. Locust, we saw some big enough to take for a walk a few weeks ago

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  19. ladybird

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  20. ladybirds look wise and cockroach for there ability to live through pretty much everything x

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  21. None!!! They freak me out, but Logan likes beetles as they have a hard shell

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  22. A ladybug...such a girl ;)

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  23. I love butterflies - I DON'T love spiders!

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