CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Crayola Washable Kids Paint set of 10 Bottles (2 fl oz/59mL)
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- Set includes 10 different colors of washable kid's paint in 2 oz. Plastic bottles.
- These paints are recommended for ages 4 and up.
- The colors are yellow, violet, red, orange, magenta, blue, green, white, brown and turquoise.
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
Obviously a professional artist might not want to paint with these, since they are meant for little kids and may not produce dark enough colors. But I would like to say that you don't need expensive art materials to create a good art. The name "Crayola" screams that this is meant for children, but it doesn't mean older kids or adults can't play around with these paints. The only reason one may want to spend more on higher quality paint would be for their art to last longer. Like I said, I just wanted these to learn how watercolors work and see if I would like it. So if you are like me and don't want to spend too much on art supplies (or not yet at least), then these are not bad. You may want to take a picture of your work before the years pass and your picture fades.
For parents and other caregivers who are looking at these for a child, these are great since they are washable. Allowing your kids to try different forms of making art will help them expand their minds and let out their creativity.
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I ended up using a tiny spoon to scoop out a glob of paint on to a paper plate. The colors are gorgeous, that's for sure! They also seemed to last a long time during play-thick enough not to spread but thin enough to be used extensively. My son had alot of fun, and the final product had a bit of texture to it that made it look nice framed (yes, I framed it...it looked like modern abstract art).
As far as the reviewer who complained about the staining on a white shirt...even with washable paints there's a chance that the paint won't come out all the way. It warns you of this on the label. Obviously, if something is of value, you're not going to have your kid paint in it. I just put one of my husband's old shirts over my son's shirt and that works fine as a smock. If he's wearing something really nice, I remove it and the risk entirely.
The paint washes off hands and brushes very easily.