The Melissa & Doug Easel and kids art supplies are amazing. The look on my daughter’s face when she saw all of the bright colors come out of the box was just priceless She couldn’t wait for me to assemble the easel so that she could, “Paint, Mama! Paint!”
And here’s the good news – it’s extremely kid-friendly. I know, that sounds kind of silly to say since I’m reviewing a kids product. But let me explain. The first thing my daughter did was to draw on the chalkboard with the dry erase marker. It wiped right off.
One of my favorite features is the no spill tops on the paint cups. And even when she has gotten paint other places than where I intended for her to do so, it has wiped right up with just a damp cloth.
I also really enjoy the paper roll holder. It’s so nice to have the paper right there, stored and ready to go. And finally, the easel is adjustable so that it will grow as my daughter grows, so she’ll be able to enjoy it for many years to come. We’ve always enjoyed Melissa & Doug Toys, but this one is destined to become a favorite.
Now, here are the details so you can enter to win one of your own!
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Please leave a comment below for each entry you make. The winner will be randomly selected using a random number generator. The contest will end at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, May 13.
Any household that has won a giveaway from GummyLump.com in the past 90 days is not eligible for this giveaway. Should an ineligible entrant be chosen as the winner, all rights to the prize will be considered forfeited and a new winner will be chosen.
This offer is open to US residents only.
Crystal P. lives in Illinois with her many children, pets, and her husband. She is a former (and probably future) middle school language arts teacher. She is currently working from home as an independent copywriter,editor, and Lesson Pathways team member. You can follow her blog at http://houseofsloth.blogspot.com/.