Bonjour lecteurs! The weekend is soon to end! Did you go to your local fireworks? It is colder and we got some rain, so I had to find ways to keep Baba entertained indoors sometimes. It was very handy when we received a pack of 24 Little Brian Paint Sticks to test! The multi-award-winning Paint Sticks range has been a hit in the Frenchie house over the last few weeks! Here is for your our full Little Brian Paint Sticks Review. And to celebrate the start of the month, we are giving away 3 packs of the 24 Paint Sticks pack. Each pack is worth £14.99.
Little Brian Paint Sticks – 24 Pack Bumper
The brand kindly sent us the new 24 Pack Bumper, now available in selected Tesco stores (£14.99rrp) and on Amazon too.
The whole pack contains a selection of versatile colours, including 12 Classic, 6 Day-Glow and 6 Metallic. J’adore the last version! They look so sparkly! I actually put some on the side for me to use on our Christmas cards! It is so good when even big ones can have fun!
So what are those colourful Little Brian Paint Sticks? Le concept est simple. Les crayons magiques have solid colourful paint that you literally twist up and down, exactly like a glue stick! The Paint Sticks dry within seconds. So, unlike traditional paint & water, there is less chance of getting paint on those sleeves! And each pen has a silky texture with a super funky colour.
En plus, you can use them on all sorts of surfaces including paper, card, canvas and wood so more fun and créativité for our little ones!
Let’s Get Started!
As soon as our pack arrived (Remember, you can win our very own one in this post with our giveaway!), Baba was eager to test them.
So we got it all out and he got busy for quite a long time! Baba is only 2 and a half but he managed to take off the leads super easily. When pens allow your little ones to be independent and you don’t get the ‘Maman! Help!’ every 5 minutes, bonus point straight away!
The texture of the Little Brian Paint Sticks is quite greasy and it is super facile to use! Baba tried all the couleurs!
It was really cute because he was saying their names while he was taking them out. Plus, the pens’ box is cool too to pack them away nicely!
I liked the colours. Plus my Baba was having so much fun!
Colouring Encore et Encore!
Indeed, he loved them so much I now always have a little pack in our changing bag when we go out and about. The pack of 24 pens means you can have so much fun! Plus it keeps them busy for longer!
Another good thing about those is that the texture allows the colour to dry quickly. Nevertheless, as my Baba is always up for some experiments, we had many occasion where he coloured his clothes or even himself sometimes!
Well, pas de problème either because it was all gone in seconds with wipes. And no allergy or bad reaction either! Hurrah! Maman loves those as it doesn’t harm her little one! Plus, any stain on clothes goes so quickly in the wash too!
Little Brian Paint Sticks Review – Le Verdict
The Little Brian Paint Sticks are so fab! Ensuring hours of fun with the generous pack of 24 (for only £14.99!), it is such a good value!
Baba keeps using them encore et encore since then so it is a true succés! Here are all the features we love about them:
- their texture makes colouring and painting fun
- the pack has a large selection of colours
- kids can use them easily on their own
- it dries quickly so you can avoid stains
- if it goes on clothes, you can wash it off so quickly
- on your little one’s skin? Gone too with a wipe without a fuss!
- the colours are funky (I love the metallic ones!)
- use them on many surfaces for more créativité
I can not think of anything we do not like about them, vraiment! Hurrah, c’est un succés!
If your little ones are future artists, you know what you need to do next! Get some Little Brian Paint Sticks now! You will make some people happy, no doubt about it!
Little Brian Paint Sticks Review – Giveaway
Do your kids like colouring? Do you want some colours in your life that will keep your little ones busy for hours in the winter?
Let’s bright up the weekend with a new giveaway! Win a 24 Little Brian Paint Sticks Pack worth £14.99 now! We have 3 packs to give away!
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Win a 24 Little Brian Paint Sticks Pack worth £14.99
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