Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Mommy and Ben loves Crayola Washable Kids' Paint

Just a short post to share that Ben and I enjoyed painting with Crayola's washable kids' paint last weekend. I bought this a few months ago.  The first time he tried it, he only painted a few strokes and was more interested in other toys.  He recently saw the paint set again and I was glad that he was the one who said he wanted to use them.  I think the art activities at school really helped Ben become more interested in painting.  It lets him learn colors, too :)

What I love about this type of paint is that it's easily washable.  We were so messy but it didn't take much effort to clean up.  I washed his clothes myself and was quite happy that I wasn't so stressed about taking out the stains.  (sorry, no before and after photos of the clothes.  I was busy making sure he didn't use up all the paint, hehe)

Anyway, so if you're looking for an idea what to do with your little one at home, why not try out painting?  You can even get an easel or a sketch book.  Have fun!


  1. mommy nats, may i ask something about the crayola. on clothes it is washable, how about if it really gets messy, on paper like books you cant wipe it na? and do you have to wash your clothes at once before it dries up?

    1. Hi Mommy Pevz, I washed Ben clothes after he was done painting. The stains weren't that dry yet but they weren't very wet either. :) For books and paper I think you have to wipe it right away if you don't want to leave a mark. You might have a good chance of not leaving a stain if the paper is thick and glossy. Hope this helps :)