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Crayola Washable Watercolors-24 Colors
CRAYOLA-Washability you can trust! Package contains 24 washable watercolors and 1 natural hair red paintbrush. Non-toxic. Conforms to ASTM D4236. Meets performance standard ANSI Z356.5. Paint made in the USA. Brush made in China.
24 different colors
Complete ready to use set.
Great for preschool art!
Made in America
Paint brush included!
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44 of 44 found the following review helpful:
Best Watercolors for ChildrenJun 11, 2009
My little cousin received this paints set for Christmas. It is now June and she still has a little paint left after creating a tornado of paintings. These Crayola paints are a bit pricey but the paint pots are deep unlike most, so the paints last a long time. The colors are very bright and show up wonderfully, we've not found any other set with brighter paints. It also comes with a natural hair paint brush which is really nice, and a lot better than plastic. It does not leave bristles behind like the plastic brushes do. If you have a little artist at home this paint set should provide hours of fun.
23 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Vivid colors!Feb 08, 2010
By C. Eberhardt
These are the best watercolor paints that I have found for use with children. I taught kindergarten for several years and kids love watercolor painting. The colors in this set are bright and perfect for blending and creating a mood with color. The set is a little expensive but worth it for the extra colors and quality of paint. You may want to purchase a few extra small brushes to go with it.
19 of 19 found the following review helpful:
Lovely gift! Huge success!Jun 20, 2013
My sweet granddaughter loves to draw. She is six years old and draws in a very lovely manner. She asks many questions about colors: "what is the color of the sun?", "what is the color of the sky?" and so on. When I saw this paint set, I knew immediately that I just had to buy it for her, and I also looked for a children's book that describes all the colors of nature, as an additional gift for her.
That is why I was really glad to find the charming Children's book: Little Blue Cloud (Fun and Smart Children's Books Collection), which tells about a cute small cloud and his delightful experiences in the sky during the four seasons. This children's book describes the colors of each season in a wonderful drawing. The gift was an immediate a huge success. My granddaughter paint a lot with this paint set, mixes different colors and checks which color appears each time. She also loves the Children's book: Little Blue Cloud, that I gave her. She draws picture for each season with its own colors - spring, summer, fall and winter.
20 of 21 found the following review helpful:
Fun no matter how old you get.Jun 22, 2010
By Ayatsuri Ningyo
"- "Ayatsuri Ningyo""
These are the first watercolors I've touched since I was in elementary school, but I've always enjoyed art and I've wanted to take up painting again. This, of course, is pretty much the cheapest way to do it without ending up with a product so inferior it's not even worth having. Of course better quality paints would be more expensive, and besides, it's my understanding that certain paint pigments (typically) contain toxic substances, so these are also (to my knowledge) safer, too.
I was concerned that the pans in these would be really shallow because there are so many colors (often you get more variety of something at the expense of quantity), but I think these were pretty good in that aspect. And if you mix the wet paint with water in another container, you'll get lighter colors, and they should last even longer.
The trays/packaging is REALLY cheap and flimsy, I don't see why anyone willing to buy this product would care. I certainly didn't.
In terms of color, I was also pleasantly surprised. (Elementary school is a bit far back to remember! lol) The color of these is very, very bold (when you let a little water sit on the paint). I wish I had some kind of palette I could put some of the paint on and dilute it.
The thing I always hated about painting was trying to mix colors. It's not that hard to get something like the color you want the first time... but the second time around you'll be very lucky to match it, unless you somehow manage to do exactly the same thing in mixing the colors. Having this many colors saves you a lot of that.
Over all, from the amount of paint I got, to the quality of color and so on, I would definitely buy these again! You're never too old to enjoy doing art, and in this stressful world, one needs to have some fun!
This set is hard to find in stores in my area, so getting them on Amazon is a must!
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Amazon charging WAY too much! Great product.Mar 06, 2011
By J. Muth
This is a great project for budding artists. Many colors to choose from and each little "pot" of paint lasts awhile. Easy to clean up.
HOWEVER: Amazon charging over $6 here is ridiculous. Michael's Crafts and Target both sell for around $3 (same exact product!).
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