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May 26, 2018 / Posted by:

The Makit & Bakit Oven!

The Makit & Bakit Oven was one of those toys from the 80s that I would’ve sold my sister’s internal organs on the black market for, but sadly I never got it. It was like the Easy Bake Oven, but instead of making delicately sweet gourmet desserts that tasted straight from a bakery in Paree, it made luxurious jewelry and elegant stained glass sun catchers that’d bring a touch of opulence to any window or d├ęcolletage. The kit came with metal suncatchers and tiny colored crystals that looked like meth made by unicorns. You could also buy metal suncatchers and colored crystals separately.

You’d spend days (read: like 5 minutes), painstakingly and carefully placing each colored beach into the suncatcher one by one (read: you’d pour that shit in all at once) before sliding it into the special oven and patiently waiting as magic was made. The oven even had a little window at the top so could feel your mind boggle out of your skull while watching the crystals melt and create a stunning work of art.

The Makit & Bakit kits are still sold today. But instead of making them in a magical blue and red oven, you make them in the boring old oven in your kitchen. I doubt it’s the same. And the next time I go to my mom’s house, I’m going to look at her bland, basic windows and tell her that they’d look so much more magnificent and lavish if only they had Makit & Bakit suncatchers hanging on them. And they would’ve had dazzling suncatchers hanging on them if only she bought me a Makit & Bakit oven for Christmas back in the day. What a mistake!

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