My girls love painting and they always asked me if they are allowed to do it as they know they need my permission for that. To be honest, I really dread it every time they ask me because I know it will be a big mess! Don’t you feel the same way? Well if you are like me but at the same time love letting your kids be free and enjoy a little bit of painting but forgetting about the mess, then Little Brain Stick Paints are the answer for this! Also, I am running a GIVEAWAY for one lucky winner to get a Little Brian Paint Sticks Bundle. Full details of the giveaway can be found at the bottom of this post.
These paint sticks are fabulous. They are a fun, clean, simple and very convenient way to paint. They can be put into a travel bag to keep your little ones entertained on holidays!
WHAT WE RECEIVED
We received a selection of three paint sticks packs. They have different options to buy if you look on their website. The ones we received were Classic Colours Paint Sticks, Metallic Colours Paint Sticks and Day Glow Colours Paint Sticks. With the variety of colours, your kids can do lots of sort of artwork which will definitely stand out.
They are available in packs of either 6 or 12 different colours. The packs that we received are packs of 6 paint sticks each but that is plenty of options.
HOW DO THEY WORK?
They are water-soluble and of course child-friendly paint. This solid colourful paint comes in a stick. You only need to twist it up and down and start painting. You don’t need water or brushes.
You can use them on all sort of different surfaces like paper, card, canvas, wood and even windows but of course, I would prefer to keep my girls painting on traditional surfaces like paper, LOL!
The great thing about these paint sticks is that they don’t take a long time to dry. They literally take seconds to get dry which is a huge difference comparing them with traditional paint.
WHERE TO BUY & PRICE
The Little Brain Paint Sticks have an RRP £6.25 and you can buy them in major retailers such as Smyths, JD Williams, Ryman, Amazon, etc.
We loved these paint sticks. They are fantastic to use at home as well as when on the go. They are not messy at all and you can keep your kids entertained for a long time! We highly recommend them.
Now onto the giveaway. I am running a giveaway so that one of you can Win A Little Brian Paint Sticks Bundle (1x Classic Colour Paint Stick Pack of 6, 1x Metallic Colour Paint Stick Pack of 6 and 1 x Day Glow Colour Paint Stick Pack of 6) In order to have a chance of winning, you just need to enter the giveaway below. Good luck!
*Terms & Conditions:
- Open to UK & Ireland residents only.
- UK entrants over the age of 18 only.
- You canWin A Little Brian Paint Sticks Bundle.
- One winner will be chosen via Gleam and announced on this page.
- The winner will be contacted by e-mail within 7 days of when the competition ends. If they do not respond within 10 days once notification is sent, another winner may be chosen.
- All times are GMT.
- There is no cash alternative.
- This set will be provided by A Moment With Franca
- Please allow 14 days for delivery.
- Incomplete or duplicate entries will be deleted.
- Entrants must leave a means of contact: either twitter handle or email address.
- By entering the prize draw, entrants are sending their personal information to A Moment With Franca who will at all times process an entrant’s personal data in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998 and applicable laws.
- This Giveaway starts on Sunday 6th May 2018 at midnight.
- This Giveaway closes on Sunday 27th May 2018 at midnight.
Do your kids like painting? What do you think of the Little Brain paint sticks? What colour pack do you like most: Classic, Metallic or Day Glow?
*Disclosure: We received a bundle of Little Brain Paint Sticks for us to try at home and for the purpose of this blog post. We also received the same bundle to giveaway to one lucky winner. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Contain some affiliate links.
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