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My kids love to scribble. My daughter is three and every time I look she has a marker or pen in her hand and I’m so afraid she’s going to mark on the walls although I think were past that stage. Scribble Down transfer packs let my daughter make scenes and scribble without a marker or pen.
I’m not going to lie. I love these too. I’m a child of the 80’s and in certain cereal you could find prizes. It’s a bummer they don’t have prizes in cereal anymore but that’s a different story. As I was saying, the prizes ranged from glasses to stickers and sometimes scribble downs although I’m not sure that’s what they were called back then. They were awesome and you could get your favorite cartoon characters too. (Hello Smurfs)
Scribble Down allows you to transfer an image to a fun themed background by taking a pencil and scribbling on the picture. They also make wonder presents and great stocking stuffers. These are fun to take to grandma and grandpa’s, mess free and they can use their imagination and skill to make the pictures tell a story. To create your very own picture take the sheet of images and remove the backing paper.Then position an image on the fold-out background scene and rub it down using a ball point pen, pencil or coin. Easy peasy!
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