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Does your little one love to paint, draw and color? What about putting it in their mouths? Wee Can Too has safe and edible finger paint, crayons and sidewalk chalk just for your child! If you’re afraid of all those toxins that are in other paints, crayons and chalk then take a peak at what Wee Can Too has to offer. I was so excited to get the set of art products from them in the mail. Although they don’t look brightly colored in the packaging once you use them they brighten up on the paper or chalkboard. These are so much fun to use especially if you want unique artwork from your little one or to cherish their first time painting. Did I mention they’re made with organic ingredients? They are also:
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Made with real fruits and veggies
Veggie Baby Crayons: These crayons are super easy to color with! They are a simple square and you can get green, yellow, blue, purple, pink/red and orange. They color incredibly well on paper or coloring books and they don’t fall apart. My daughter loves her square crayons! They’re very unique in many ways and the fact that they are edible makes me feel better if she decides that chewing on crayons again is a good idea.
Veggie Sidewalk Chalk: At first they are quite hard to draw on a chalkboard with. Probably because they say ‘sidewalk chalk’? I tried them on the sidewalk and that helped soften down the edge. My daughter has an easel and she uses the chalkboard all the time These do tend to crumble as they are used but they color like regular chalk and are just as vibrant as any other color. You can get pink, orange, purple, green and yellow.
Baby Finger Paints: I never used finger paints with my daughter because she was too young. Even now I won’t use certain finger paints. With Wee Can Too Art Baby Finger Paints you won’t have to fear when your little one puts their paint covered fingers in their mouth. These are made with organic ingredients and are technically food if you think about it! The bottles come with dry paint so you need to add water to them. After you add water you shake it really good. The dry paint seemed to stick to the top to where the water couldn’t get to it. After shaking it really good for a few minutes I managed to get it loose. You will need to refrigerate the paint afterwards. Most of the paint is watered down but it’s gritty. However it still paints nice! The yellow was watered down a lot but again it went on the paper just fine. The only thing I do suggest is that you clean off anything you use as a tray for the paint. I had the plate of paint (barely any left on it) and forgot to clean it off after a couple days and let’s just say it’s wasn’t pretty. Probably because it’s vegetables!
I highly suggest Wee Can Too products if you have a little one who loves to paint, or even a teenager! They have neat items made of organic ingredients and they’re eco-friendly. What’s better than that?!
You can purchase the Finger Paint Tottle Set for $35, the Veggie Sidewalk Chalk for $12 and the Veggie Crayons for $12 from Wee Can Too.
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