Hands up if you love colouring in!
As a young girl, I really enjoyed spending time colouring in, (particularly during the school holidays!), and all these years later, with the large range of adult colouring books on the market, I have re-discovered my love for it.
Recently, my daughters and I have been lucky enough to try out some markers from the Artline Stix range.
The Artline Stix markers have been designed to not only allow children to draw, but to build as well! This means that they are entertained for longer, which is always a good thing, right?!
They come in packs of 20, so there are plenty of hues to select from.
The markers have a connection system which allows them to be joined together, or to be connected to toys within the Artline Stix range. My girls loved this element; they thought the toys were super cute, and I agree!!
Some of my favourite features are that they're non-toxic and washable!! I also love that they are designed to be safe for young children to use. The markers have ventilation holes in them, so in the event of a young child putting a piece in their mouth, they will still be able to breathe. The marker colours are vibrant and don't bleed into one another.
There are three types of markers - Drawing, Colouring, and Brush.
The Drawing Markers feature a fine tip, making them ideal for fine line art work.
The Colouring Markers have a bigger, rounded tip, and my daughters loved using these for colouring in and crafting. The triangular shape allows for the ultimate grip for small hands.
My personal favourite are the Brush Markers. As the name suggests, they have a soft brush nib, and it feels like you are painting with these. I had a great time colouring in my mandala's in my adult colouring book.
The markers are packaged in a cardboard casing, however, I found that it was not very durable, so I'd advise to put them into a pencil case upon opening.
These markers are aimed at children 3+ years.
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Do you or your children enjoy colouring in? I'd love to hear!
Disclaimer: I was gifted a package of Artline Stix products in exchange for an honest review. I was not paid for this review. All opinions are my own, and not influenced in any way.