Crayola Beginnings Washable Fingerpaint Reviews
Product Type: Crayola Art / Craft
Description:Brand: Crayola / Age: 3 Year+ / Type: Painting / This low mess paint washes off skin and clothing, giving you the peace ... more
Newest Review: ... which is truly washable - so no little marks left at all, even if the paint has dried onto clothes. I feel this is essential ... more
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Crayola Beginnings Washable Finger Paints
This low mess paint washes off skin and clothing, giving you the ...
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Customer Crayola Beginnings Washable Fingerpaint Reviews (9)
by - written on 26/09/11, updated on 09/04/12 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I think most children like to get messy with paints, and cleaning up after painting is usually a difficult task with paint all over the child, surfaces and clothes. When I was looking at craft items for my daughter I came across these washable paints from Crayola. They sounded so good, I had to give them a try. Crayola's washable finger paints come in the bright green and yellow typical packaging for all Crayola products. The package is made out of cardboard so it is widely recyclable. There are three tubes of paints in red, blue and yellow. These are the only colours that Crayola do, but as they are the primary colours more colours can be made by mixing the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
When I first took my son Joshua to nursery when he was 6 months old he would often come home with paint under his nails and in his hair. But his beautiful pictures and artwork meant I was never angry or cross with this because how can any mummy not love those early days artworks?! Sadly we had to take Josh out of nursery for health reasons and he is now at home with me every day so when his birthday came around last week I knew I wanted to invest in some art supplies for us to experiment with. I knew he loved playing with the paints etc at nursery and now he's 1 years old I thought I felt it was time to open up this range of activities to him. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/10, updated on 27/08/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
We bought these paints for my daughters second Christmas along with her first easel. I was very worried about getting paints for her as I was very sure it would be a messy time. These paints come in 3 different colours red, blue and yellow, however these are the only colours they do in the range. I also found that mixing the colours doesn't really work as they appear to be water based so come out a funny colour. This wasn't such a huge problem though because being only two she didn't mind which colours she had as long as she was painting. When I got them I didn't really believe that they would be fully washable, because when my daughter comes home from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/09 (Very useful, 194 readings)
I brought a pack of Crayola Beginnings Washable Fingerpaints from Mothercare for around £4.99. You can pick them up from all good toy shops and many online shops. They are currently selling on Amazon.co.uk for £3.29. The paints come in a recycable cardboard box, mainly green and yellow in colour. The front is open therefore allowing you to touch the paints if you really feel the need to!? There are only 3 colours - red, yellow and blue. However these are colours that can be mixed with each other to make other colours. They each come in a transparent, plastic (recycable again) 147ml bottle with a white cap. The cap is removed to pour the paint out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/10, updated on 11/09/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I bought these paints as I have a rather messy 3 year old boy that loves to get his hands dirty (and his clothes, furniture, hair etc etc etc) so was desperate for a paint that was actually washable. Having bought several "washable paints" before I did not hold out much hope that these would live up to their name but was to be pleasantly surprised. ** Crayola ** The company was founded in 1885 although originally under the name Binney & Smith. In 1903 the company produced their first box of 8 crayons under the name Crayola According to their website The Crayola name was created by Edwin Binney's wife and comes ... Read the complete review
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