We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be at the ATX Artisans market in Austin on November 14, 2015. This is a great place to pick up unique holiday items.
The show is at 2525 W. Anderson Lane, in the Norris Convention Center (right next to the WalMart — where the old mall used to be).
We are now selling our Pixzle products in the Etsy store. Our Etsy store is a collection of the many products that we, and our close friends, have designed and built. Since it’s based on the Etsytm platform, you know your payment information is safe. Take a look at the many wonderful — and handmade — things that are available there.
Just in time for the holidays, we’re please to announce our newest product, the PIxzle It — a party game.
The rules are easy — a Judge rolls a twelve sided die and chooses a Category from the provided lists. (To make things easier, we include Categories for all age groups.) The Players then have three minutes to make their design using the colorful pixel pieces.
It’s a cross between Pictionarytm and Apples to Applestm — and great for the whole family.
Super sturdy. Plus, it’s Designed and Manufactured right here in our Austin TX workshop.
During a recent re-check of inventory, we found that certain kits might be short on pieces. If you purchased Petite Pixzle (one of the pre-made designs) at the Austin Mini Maker Faire, and found that your kit was not complete, please contact us at one of the below e-mail addresses. We’ll ship out the replacement parts within one business day. Just let us know which design you purchased and what is missing. We regret the inconvenience.
This issue did not affect all kits and does not affect either the Pocket Pixzle or the Pixzle Play.
After its debut at the Austin Chemical Toy Fare, we’re please to announce our newest Pixzle: The Pixzle Play.
It’s designed to be played with, over and over again. Think of it as a Lite-Brite for the 21st century. Not only can you make plenty of cool designs with the assortment of six colors, but you can also use the Pixzle Play as a learning tool. The 12×12 grid can help teach multiplication!
But it’s not just a toy for kids. Adults have a ton of fun just sitting down and coming up with designs. A great way to relax after a tough day. And, since the pieces are about 3/4″ across, it’s perfect for seniors!