Monday, September 26, 2016

Empire State Building 3D Art Coin Puzzle Review Family Activity + Giveaway #3DCoinArt


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When it was completed in 1931, the 102-floor Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world. Though now the 29th largest skyscraper on the planet, it remains one of the most iconic symbols associated with New York. With such a rich past, it makes sense that NSI International, maker of creative and educational toys sold in toy stores and kids museums, chose this beautiful recognizable Art Deco Style structure as the focal point of its 3D Coin Art™ line.

This would be such a fun activity to have on hand during the upcoming holiday season when multiple generations will take time off from day-to-day work and life to gather together to celebrate and enjoy quality time with family and friends. 

While there are plenty of other 3D puzzles out there involving putting together traditional jigsaw paper or foam pieces, what makes the 3D Coin Art Empire State Building stand apart is that you build it out of nickels, dimes and quarters.

Just about everything required to build the Empire State skyscraper art piece, which stands about 18" tall when completed, is included. The only thing you'll need to provide before you get started is $50 dollars in U.S. coins: dimes (123 = $12.30), nickels (104 = $5.20), and quarters (130 = $32.50). 

It even comes with this handy coin tray so you can save up the coins you'll need....

You can, of course, get the proper quantities of shiny coins at the bank ready to go. But if you're like most of us, why not gather up all the spare change around the house that's just sitting there doing nothing and then clean it all using a simple salt and vinegar solution following the directions included in the box?

Suitable for ages 8 and up, builders of this 3D project simply follow the instructions to place and fit the proper coins in the right slots into each of the  two-piece clear solid plastic building tray and lid which then snaps securely together. After it's done, use one of the provided gold labels to add the completion date, and then have everyone who helped build it sign their name or initials. 

You'll end up with a family heirloom to place on your fireplace mantel or coffee table. Or, since this does not involved any kind of glue and is easily disassembled, you can take it apart and box it up and bring it out again on the next occasion when everyone gets together. Another idea is to give this as a holiday gift since it inspires kids to save up $50 in coins before they can start building it. 

Where to Buy & More Information
The 3D Art Coin Empire State Building in this review, as well as another similar coin building product featuring the American flag (as seen in the giveaway photo), is available direct from the 3DArtCoin site; both models may be purchased in-store at specialty and kids toy stores such as Toys R Us. If you buy online, you can have whichever product(s) you choose shipped to you or directly to the recipient, if it's a gift. To stay connected with the brand follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. To see the wide range of other educational and fun toys from the manufacturer, see NSI  International.

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FTC Disclosure: MommyBlogExpert received the product featured and compensation to facilitate this review and giveaway. The brand is responsible for choosing the winner and shipping the prize to the winner. However, opinions here are my own. See complete FTC Disclosure that appears at the bottom of MBE's home page and at the bottom of every individual post including this one.

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