Kid favorite art supply


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Washable Window Markers.  They are a must have if you have big windows or sliding doors in your house.  We have big sliding glass doors in our kitchen.  When Hayden received this new art supply from his grandma, I’ll admit I was a little skeptical.  But I figured if Crayola made them,  it was worth a shot. 

Now I know what you are thinking, are they really washable….Yes they are, the marker comes off with water.  And no you don’t need to wipe it off right away.  Hayden loves these markers.   I love that he can draw a  huge picture and then we can just wipe it away..  I honestly wonder why I hadn’t seen these before.

Click on this link to see what I am talking about.  I know these markers will provide hours of entertainment in the coming winter months.  Just be sure if you have littler ones in the house that you have the big kid draw up high. 

Hayden with his Halloween drawing
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  1. Sarah
    November 2, 2009 | 3:38 pm

    why does he have to draw up high…do they wipe off…so little ones would get it all over themselves?

  2. Heather
    November 2, 2009 | 5:53 pm

    Yes the markers will rub off if you press hard enough against them. Not just if you touch the drawing, but if a younger child would rub up against the drawing it would start to come off. So that is why Hayden draws up high, that way my youngest can't ruin his artwork:)

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Kid favorite art supply


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Washable Window Markers.  They are a must have if you have big windows or sliding doors in your house.  We have big sliding glass doors in our kitchen.  When Hayden received this new art supply from his grandma, I’ll admit I was a little skeptical.  But I figured if Crayola made them,  it was worth a shot. 

Now I know what you are thinking, are they really washable….Yes they are, the marker comes off with water.  And no you don’t need to wipe it off right away.  Hayden loves these markers.   I love that he can draw a  huge picture and then we can just wipe it away..  I honestly wonder why I hadn’t seen these before.

Click on this link to see what I am talking about.  I know these markers will provide hours of entertainment in the coming winter months.  Just be sure if you have littler ones in the house that you have the big kid draw up high. 

Hayden with his Halloween drawing
No Responses to Kid favorite art supply
  1. Sarah
    November 2, 2009 | 3:38 pm

    why does he have to draw up high…do they wipe off…so little ones would get it all over themselves?

  2. Heather
    November 2, 2009 | 5:53 pm

    Yes the markers will rub off if you press hard enough against them. Not just if you touch the drawing, but if a younger child would rub up against the drawing it would start to come off. So that is why Hayden draws up high, that way my youngest can't ruin his artwork:)

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