Washable Kids Paint set of 10 Bottles – Crayola 2 fl oz 59 mL
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With 10 vibrant nontoxic colors, the Crayola Washable Kids' Paint Set is a versatile multipurpose kit for your child's art projects. The paints are ideal for color mixing and will dry to a smooth finish without cracking or flaking. Kids will enjoy the paint set's versatility, smooth flow, and lively hues, while you'll appreciate the easy cleanup.
I am an adult, and I am not ashamed of using paints for little kids 🙂
15 people found this helpful.
I am a young adult who bought these paints for myself. I wanted to get into water painting but didn’t want to shell out more money for artist grade paints when I wasn’t sure if I would like it. These are actually pretty vibrant colors that I enjoyed painting with. I really like that once the paint dries it does not feel chalky or smear when I pass my hand over it. It feels very smooth and has a nice shiny look to it if looked at from the side. I didn’t care much for the brush, so I used one of my own brushes that comes back to a point after using.
The perfect childhood watercolors
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I home-school my three-year-old daughter and we do lots of arts and crafts. Her old watercolors were almost out so I went searching for new ones. I chose these because they are Crayola–which means they’re good quality for children–and because they’re washable and they come in 16 different colors. These watercolors are the hard kind to which you have to add water. I also have some liquid watercolors that we use, but the liquid watercolors are more of a pain to use and they stain like crazy. These watercolors are easy to use–especially for a preschooler–and they wash out of clothing, which is a very big deal. They come with a paintbrush and 16 different colors: black, blue, red, orange, yellow, green, purple, brown, red-violet, red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, turquoise, blue-violet, and white. Of course, you can also get creative and mix them to make even more colors. My daughter’s eyes lit up when she saw these and she had so much fun using all of the fun colors. They are vivid and lovely. These are the perfect watercolors for children and a good price as well. They paint well on regular paper, watercolor paper, card stock, and anything we’ve tried. They get even more fun when you have different types of paintbrushes. These watercolors come in a hard plastic container that has a hinge-type of lid, so you can keep your watercolors protected and store them away easily. You will appreciate that these are washable if you ever use non-washable watercolors. Now I don’t have to worry about my preschooler dripping paint on her clothes or splattering it on me and elsewhere in the house. These are a great buy! I’ll probably be back for more when ours run out.
Absolutely Perfect Kids Paint!
6 people found this helpful.
Absolutely amazingly washable product! Can do crafts any time with these. You can make a huge mess and have it cleaned in minutes flat. That’s an important part of summer crafting with the kids, and I wish all paint was as washable as crayola. The colors actually dry with some texture and are obviously dulled a bit when dry, but for what they are can be pretty impressive. Obviously, Crayola is a household name us eighties and nineties kids can trust! Will buy again! Absolutely super fun!
Great fun and a great way to learn colors.
5 people found this helpful.
Very happy with this paint. We were using it for basic finger painting. Just put a dab on the paper and went to town. The little one was able to practice naming her colors as she went. The paint came right off in the bath and washes right out of clothes which was good as we got it everywhere but on the painters smock I put her in.
Beautiful colors and not let down by this brand!
3 people found this helpful.
I love water colors and this brand is great and one we trust. We homeschool and love to do art a few times a week if not daily some weeks. Water colors play a large part of that for 4 of my children. We can get bright beautiful colors or more traditional muted colors with this set. My only wish would be that this set came with a larger brush. Small children need larger brushes to cover larger areas and most sets like this only come with little brushes. This set with heavy use lasts about 6 months for us with each child having their own.
Paint and ziplock activity
10 people found this helpful.
I haven’t opened all the bottles yet but I’ve opened pink, orange and yellow. By just opening the box, a soap/plastic smell comes from the paint. It doesn’t bother me a bit. Nor does it affect my kid. My kid has yet to make contact with the paint other than by placing paint inside a ziplock. But she hasn’t touched it or played with it on a sheet of paper. Therefore, i don’t know if there can be some sort of skin reaction. Hope this helps someone! The paint brought back childhood school memories.
Wonderfully washable with vivid colors!
3 people found this helpful.
We love this paint! Nice and thick for finger painting and rich enough to add water to make more of a watercolor paint. I recommend using a high quality paper for those pictures you want to keep forever and ever. Not only will it hold up better over time, but the paintings are so much more vibrant!
Lots of Fun for All Ages!
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I am completely satisfied with this Crayola Washable Kids Paint set. The paints truly are WASHABLE, as the label says – which is important when doing crafts with kids and messy adults! The paint not only washes off hands (and faces) easily, but it comes out of clothes and fabrics with a normal wash cycle. It comes off walls and floors, and likely other surfaces, with just a wet wipe.
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