ELC Bits & Basics Ready Bright Finger Paints Reviews
Product Type: ELC Art / Craft
Description:Manufacturer: ELC / Type: Painting
Newest Review: ... to do too. I thought I would start out with this little set. I had a look on amazon and found them at the bargain price of ... more
Customer ELC Bits & Basics Ready Bright Finger Paints Reviews (5)
by - written on 19/01/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Nine month old Freddy loves his art activities, he always has a huge grin on his face as he produces the latest masterpiece, whether he's using crayons, chalk or in the case finger paints. When I first stocked up on art supplies for him my first port of call was The Early Learning Centre as although their art materials may cost a little more they are, without exception (so far) better quality. The ELC sell two different sets of finger paints, the standard set and the ones we bought, the Bright Fingers paints. In both cases you get a total of six tubs of paint, each of which contains 100mls of very thick, gloopy, washable, non-toxic paint. Although these paints ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
My children love anything arty so while browsing ELC shop I found myself drawn towards the craft section. That is when I came across some finger paints and knew these would be perfect for a messy day in with my babies. The paints cost me £4 and for my money I received a pack of 6 paints all in different bright colours. These include orange, blue, purple, pink, yellow and green and each of these colours are bright and attractive shades of the colour which I thought was great and this is one of the things that pulled me towards them. The paints come in individual 100 ml pots which have a screw top lid on them so they can be opened and secured really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/11 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I bought this set of paints when I was looking to preserve the hand prints of my daughters. The hand print sets on offer at various places were quite expensive, and after shopping around these paints seemed like the cheapest option. They were reasonably priced, had a good selection of colours, and were made by the Early Learning Centre, who I trust to provide good, safe products. There are six pots of paint in the set - pink, blue, green, yellow, orange and purple. The pots are clear plastic with screw-on lids, making it harder for little ones to get into the pots themselves when your back is turned. The actual paint isn't runny, it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I love doing arts and crafts with my son and have always encouraged it from an early age so when my son's uncle asked what he could buy for his third birthday I suggested some arty products. One of the presents he bought my son was the Early Learning Centres Bits and Basics bright finger paints. The set consists of six individual pots of finger paint and is selling on the ELC website for £4.00 which is a really good price in my opinion. The set comes in quite a flimsy cardboard box. Ours is just about holding itself together these days but there really is no need to keep the paints in the box as they are all self contained anyway in little plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I never knew there was a difference in paint when I decided to do the whole arts and crafts thing with the little one, I thought paint was paint and you can either use your fingers or a brush with them, well that's how I thought it was when I was growing up anyway. I always like to make sure that I have a good stock of paints and accessories to do arts and crafts with and I really like to encourage my daughters development and creative side, and it is also a fun thing for her to do too. I thought I would start out with this little set. I had a look on amazon and found them at the bargain price of £3.00 including postage and packaging, which for four pots of finger paint . Read the complete review
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