Friday, December 19, 2014

Must Haves for Lil' Monsters: Crayola Paint Maker Review and Giveaway (3 Crayola Paint Makers + $50 Visa Giftcard) #MustHavesforLilMonsters


Disclosure: The Crayola product, gift card, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by Crayola. The opinions expressed are 100% honest and my own, no other compensation was received.



When searching for gifts I usually have the hardest time deciding on what type of product to purchase and get so caught up in the idea of what's trending for lil' monsters vs. what the kid's parent would appreciate the child receiving. More times than not when I ask a parent what should I purchase, they request getting board games or puzzles, books and supplies for arts and crafts. With the weather changing and more time being spent indoors, I think arts and crafts activities like painting are the perfect way for children to pass away the time by allowing them to express themselves creatively. 

Recently my boys got the chance to try out the Crayola Paint Maker and just loved making their own colors and how simple it was. Their cousin in Arizona was born on Christmas day and so we're sending her a package to celebrate and we thought it would be fun to paint stencil designed shapes in various colors. Personalized gifting always seems like a sweet touch and both the kids that help to create it and the person receiving it feel extra special.



Steps:
After pouring the white base paint into the pot, you would tear the required number of (primary colors: red, blue, yellow) strips to put into the paint pot to make the colors liked best.

Then you would place the small pot of paint onto mixer and stir it up to make your color, just make sure to put the perforated strips as far inside the white base paint so that the color dissolves .

            

Benefits
• Allows kids to be in control of their creative experiences while
also sparking their imagination
• Enables kids to make a REAL Crayola product in the colors they
want to create with
• New paint strip technology and washable paint base
• Fun, easy process

Features
• Create customized washable paint colors
• New color strip paint technology reduces mess
• Built in storage
• Includes:
• 1 Paint Maker base unit
• (1) 2.5 oz bottle of paint base
• (10) 6” x 9” sheets of white paper
• 75 Paint Strips
• 15 Paint pots
• 15 paint pot labels
• 1 Coloring Mixing Guide
• 1 Paint Brush
• 1 Instruction Sheet

Age: 8+
SRP: 24.99



The boys then grabbed some stencils and their inner lil' artists got to work while they painted birthday decorations and used crayola broadline pastel markers to stencil in a message.


Using the Crayola Paint Maker is really simple and relatively mess free! I must say the coolest part for the boys, was naming their paint color : Elmo red, Graper purple, Sonic blue and Kermit green.



Because we loved it so much we want our readers to enjoy a little paint maker fun in the new year, so we're choosing 4 winners & offering to giveaway:

(3) Crayola Paint Makers and (1) $50 Visa Gift Card 
to anyone 18+ years and lives in the continental U.S.. Closes 12/31/14

First Step: leave a comment down below: What would you name 2 of your paint colors? and then enter the Rafflecopter for additional Entries.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

20 comments:

  1. SUNSHINE (a yellow) and Squash (a purple)

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    1. My boys love your name choices! Thanks for entering and good luck Tiffany!

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    1. Those are cool names Sarah what colors do they each represent? Good Luck and thanks for entering!

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  3. Malarkey and Cornish Game Hen. Just because I find those words hilarious.

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  4. Glorious- a bright yellow & Devilish - a deep red

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  5. Leapfrog (green) and Hot Lava (Red)
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  6. I would name them Peace which will be like a sandy color and Love which would be a deep red

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