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Plaster Fun House

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by Sara K (subscribe)
Adelaide local who loves her city
Published June 19th 2011
The Plaster Fun House is somewhere you can go to get a bit creative. Choose from a great range of plaster moulds to paint and decorate any way you wish. You can spend as little as $3.00 for a fridge magnet or as much as $15.00 for a larger piece.

After you have created this magnificent work of plaster art, you can choose from a huge selection of jewels, flowers, glitter and other little delights to add to your masterpiece. Or you can just paint it and get it sealed with the glossy finish if you want.



This great activity is an excellent way to break the boredom during school holidays and weekends. It is also open a few days a week during term time but the hours vary from store to store. It's not just for the kids either as you just can't help but choose a plaster mould for yourself.



The Plaster Fun House also hosts excellent birthday parties, with 3 different package options to choose from. These range from $11.50 up to $19.70 and are a great way to save yourself from all the work of having a party at home.

Your child also gets to express their creative side and has a lasting memento to take home. I've created a few really nice pieces that say little about my artistic talents until you get it sealed and glittered and it actually looks pretty good. Overall this place is definitely worth the visit.
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Why? Get creative with plaster
When: School Holidays, weekends and some weekdays
Where: 1185 Main North Road, Pooraka, SA
Cost: From $3.00 to unlimited
Comments
Plaster fun house used to be my favourite things to do when I was a kid. I remember when they used to set up stalls in shopping centres, and when we'd pass one I just used to beg and beg my parents to let me make one.

Perhaps I'll have to take my nieces and I can get in on the fun again.
By Natasha Stewart - senior reviewer
Friday, 24th of June @ 12:49 am
Hi Natasha, thanks for the comment. It's definitely good fun and creative for the kids which is what I love about it. It gets them away from the tv and using their imagination.
By Sara K - senior reviewer
Friday, 24th of June @ 02:07 am
And there are two other stores. One at Brighton & one at Unley, so all areas of Adelaide are covered
By Anonymous
Thursday, 18th of August @ 10:11 pm
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