Crayola Colour Explosion - Rainbow Reviews
Product Type: Crayola Art / Craft
Description:Brand: Crayola / Type: Craft Supplies / 20 page black tablet with rainbow colour reveal
Newest Review: ... the front of the pack which has 20 blank black pages and 2 pens with the name explosion on them with white nibs. You also get ... more
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Crayola Mini Rainbow Color Explosion Pad 5" x 7"
Colour Explosion Mini
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
Customer Crayola Colour Explosion - Rainbow Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/06/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Crayola Colour Explosion was a quick panic buy for a present for my son's friend's 7th birthday. It caught my eye on the shelves of Tesco and was on budget of my £5 birthday present limit. (£4.99) I think that you cannot go wrong with a creative present as most kids love to make things and even if he had already had one of these it can be there for when his other ran out. Thankfully he had not got one. As I had never bought one before I was a bit concerned as to what exactly it was. As you open up the shiny colourful pack that it comes in you then have a pad with the same similar design as the front of the pack which has 20 blank black pages ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
The Colour Explosion series by Crayola is a modern twist on the classic scratch art idea. The concept is that there are all sorts of colours/patterns hidden under a layer of black ink, which is dissolved by applying the colourless liquid in the special marker pens revealing the underlying colours. I bought a twin-pack of these, containing the Rainbow version (pictured above) along with the Neon version, which is basically the same except that the colours are a neon shade. The twin-pack contains two 20-page spiral bound tablets (both black), three sheets of stencils, five marker pens and a zip-lock bag for storage. I read some reviews on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/09 (Very useful, 203 readings)
My eldest daughter is rather enthusiastic and creative on the art front at the moment - let's just say that our recycling bin is a little full (I do scan her better efforts), and at home time when reception all come out I am the mum who is most "blessed" with rockets made of boxes and the like. I bought this colour explosion set as part of a 2 for £8 offer at Asda, thinking it would be a good way for her to draw in a different way. The set is comprised of a spiral bound notebook with black pages (20 in all), 2 special pens that only work on the paper, there is also a stencil page. I thought that maybe the opportunity to draw on a black page to ... Read the complete review
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