Poppit Shopkins Activity Pack

Shopkins is huge in my house!

Eliza’s cousin Mollie started the obsession when she started collecting them last year and passed her love of them on to Eliza, so when we were offered the Poppit Shopkins Activity Pack to review, I knew she would love it.

Instead of cute collectibles, now you get to create your very own Shopkins with clay – the Poppit way!

In the box you get 7 different Poppit moulds, four different coloured clays, Poppit popper, tools, beads and gems to accessorise the characters you make and the all important Shopkins eyes to bring your characters to life. To make your very own Poppit, simply load the Popper with clay, pop out your piece voila cute mini creations!

The clays come in individual sealed packs with pots to decant it into and keep fresh. The clay in three out of four of the packs was stuck to the packaging and quite tricky to get it all off, but once done it was very easy to use.  Simply pop a small amount of clay in the mould using the popper, pop the characters back out and decorate.


They were so easy to make that even Sebastian (3) was joining in with to make all their favourite Shopkin Ballet Collection characters!

Poppit Shopkins Activity Pack is available from all good toys shops with an RRP of £14.99

15 thoughts on “Poppit Shopkins Activity Pack

  1. Milo Umland says:

    It is fairly easy to use although we did find it difficult to use the poppet feature as the clay characters did not pop out. The only one that popped out was the little bow. The Shopkins when created as quite similar to the collectibles in size and are really cute. You can also add gems and little accessories to each character. The eyes are the cutest.

  2. These look sweet, my daughter would love these 🙂

  3. Jodie says:

    I’ve never seen these before but they look like they would be so much fun for kids!

  4. Anosa says:

    These definitely brings back childhood memories, I loved playing with clay. Not sure my nephew would be into it but it’s cute
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  5. JM says:

    This is so cute and my little one will surely love this. Buying it for her when she grows a bit bigger.
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  6. I have never seen these before, I am sure in a year or so my little girl will be into these. It looks like great fun x
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  7. Joanna says:

    I remember when I was little how I used to love playing with clay. It’s great that now children actually have moulds to make their own characters come to life.

  8. What a fun activity! My cousin also likes these and has been collections Shopkins for years! I haven’t got any (thank goodness) as they are very addictive and Collectable 😉
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  9. This looks like a really cute set – I’m a bit of a Shopkins fan myself. 🙂
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  10. Keely says:

    Ooh I’ve never heard of these before. I’m sure my niece would like these when she’s a bit older 🙂
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  11. They look like fun. My niece is 5 and she loves Shopkins a lot especially the ad.

  12. These look great, my niece loves these and I think clay is so creative.
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  13. Oh my goodness, T loves shopkins and they are driving me mad! Only because she keeps losing them 🙁
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  14. joanna says:

    These look fab I’ve seen them around a lot recently.
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  15. Lucie Aiston says:

    These look fab!! My niece is 6 in a couple of weeks and LOVES shopkins !!! Great bday pressie idea!

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