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IDO3D is taking creativity to a new level!


My kids are the kind that like to build and create things with their hands. And they are also both very creative so they enjoy activities where they have the ability to express themselves too. With IDO3D Vertical they have the ability to do just that. My daughter is one that likes to do things on her own so I've been sitting back and watching her working with the 3D pen and trying to figure out how it all works. So far she's only done 3D art that's simple and small, but I know before long she will get enough confidence to create larger creations too. As a mom I love toys like this where my kids can fully express their creativity and make things from their own imagination. It shows them it's okay to be different and because they aren't following a pattern they can't "do it wrong" and feel like they messed up.


About:
Living in a vertical world – as we do – pens and 3D printers are no longer separate items. 3D drawing pens have been introduced as the newest way to create remarkable artwork, especially for kids. RedwoodVentures has taken a giant step forward in the world of 3D drawing with IDO3D Vertical.

IDO3D Vertical makes 3D drawing accessible for all families with sets starting at only $9.99. Unlike many other pens in ever-growing market, the IDO3D Vertical technology uses no heat or plastic filament.  The pens are designed to use cool ink that reacts instantly to the built in LED light. The LED light solidifies the ink instantly allowing users to draw up, over and in 3D.

Win it:  One lucky reader will win a IDO3D Vertical set. This giveaway will end November 1st at 11:59 PM EST. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen.  Prize fulfillment will be made by the sponsor, I am not responsible for prize delivery or lost or stolen deliveries. Open to residents of the US.

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a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclosure: I received compensation in the form of product in exchange for my honest and unbiased thoughts. All thoughts and opinions stated are my own and are in no way influenced by my partnership with mentioned brands.

46 comments:

  1. I dont know much about it so in not sure. maybe foliage

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  2. I would try to draw a monkey.

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  3. I think maybe a vase with flowers,natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  4. I asked my 11 year old if she had a 3d pen what would she draw and her response was EVERYTHING. I would bet she would first do a fashion design drawing on a doll she draws.

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  5. I would love to draw a butterfly & some flowers!

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  6. I would draw a cat. I just love them.

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  7. I would draw trees and my doggies laying under them if I won!

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  8. I would draw an Army base with my grandsons.

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  9. My daughter has been asking for one of these. I'd use it to make creatures.

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  10. I would draw one of the trees in my yard.

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  11. I want to draw the face of Jesus.

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  12. I would give this to my sons to create something. I think they'd make some kind of vehicle.

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  13. I would try to draw animals

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  14. I would create a train for my son.

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  15. I will draw a castle for my granddaughters.

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  16. A beach scene for sure. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  17. would draw army forts with my grandson

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  18. I would make a roller coaster.

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  19. i would draw whatever my kids asked... probably farm animals

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  20. My son would draw a basketball hoop and players!

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  21. I would draw a spaceship flying high in the sky.

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  22. I would draw a landscape, for example, a mountain with trees and a barn or an object that fits in the picture.

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  23. Oh our little one is in love with wind turbines, we would try to draw one of those! These are so neat!

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  24. Heather Hayes PanjonOctober 20, 2016

    I Would Draw The Leaning Tower Of Pisa!

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  25. I would draw a beautiful house for my son
    Thank You

    Fiona N

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  26. I would have my older grandkids draw an item I could use as a Christmas ornament or decoration because I love keepsakes.

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  27. I would probably draw flowers and cute little animals. My kids would be a different story though, nerf guns and army men more than likely.

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  28. I have no idea, but that is so totally awesome! I'd probably start with simple stuff and see how silly I could get.

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  29. My daughter could draw some things to use to make her animate videos.

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  30. I am sure my son would draw something that flies or a robot.

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  31. I might try to draw a Helicopter :)

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  32. I would draw and create a zoo of animals

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  33. carol clarkOctober 25, 2016

    id draw minecraft man

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  34. Ummm . . . . I would draw a dragon

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  35. My son loves to draw faces and buildings.

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  36. I would draw the Eiffel Tower

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  37. I would want to draw anything I can imagine. In not an artist so my daughter could draw our cats and husky Titan.

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  38. I would draw my grandchildren. Or try too. lol

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  39. I'd draw rainbows and unicorns!

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  40. I would draw a cat i have 4 of them

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