Little Brian Paint Sticks | Review and Giveaway

You know sometimes when you come across a product and it’s a bit of a revelation? Well, the Little Brian Paint Sticks are one such product. I would go as far as to say it’s one of the best things we have had for the kids!

Little Brian Paint Sticks

These Little Brian Paint Sticks get rid of all of that. It is almost (note the word almost!) impossible to make a mess with them. In fact, the only thing I have had to wipe down is the table cloth. It’s solid paint in sticks, which twist up just like a glue stick. The paint goes smoothly onto paper and dries within seconds – no more soggy bits of paper lying around waiting to dry! You can also use them on other surfaces, including wood and even glass. Maybe one day we will try some window art!

Little Brian Paint Sticks

The pack we had contains 12 brightly coloured paint sticks, but they’re available in smaller packs and metallic colours Even after almost daily use for the past three weeks they still have plenty of life left in – but I am stocking up on another couple of packs to see us through the summer holidays!

One of the things we wanted to do this summer was painting on the beach. How I was going to actually facilitate that was whole different matter – but I was determined we would try. These paint sticks meant that it was actually really easy, and the kids loved using them on the beach. If you were going on a plane with kids, these would probably be great for chucking in the bag to keep them amused.

Little Brian Paint Sticks

Little Brian Paint Sticks

The Little Brian paint sticks are available to buy from Amazon, but readers of the blog have the chance to win a pack for themselves. To enter, follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below:

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62 thoughts on “Little Brian Paint Sticks | Review and Giveaway

  1. Old magazines. Collages, models, making doll dress up clothes – so many possibilities.

  2. I think scissors (kids ones) and glue – sometimes an old magazine and the task to ‘make something’ is enough 😉

  3. An old sheet to putt on the floor to stop mess as we love painting

  4. Plenty of glue, silly it may sound but the kids get through so much with arts and crafts so I make sure I always have plenty

  5. Crayons, colouring books and lots of paper! These look great, such a good idea 🙂

  6. Glue! My little boy loves to just cut up random shapes and glue them into pictures 🙂

  7. Paints, paper, paintbrushes and small sponges. Wonderful prize.

  8. Our box of colouring pens & craft scissors to cut out our creations

  9. my granddaughter loves gluing different items to paper, so I cut out faces, animals, flowers, etc. from magazines I’ve finished reading.

  10. I’d say paints, lots of crafts need a splash of colour and it is fun too!

  11. my granddaughter loves using glue to make a collage out of pictures cut out of magazines

  12. Apart from paper! My Granddaughter loves her glitter paints sticks. Although pink & purple are running a little low.

  13. glitter! its not kids art unless its completely covered in glitter 😀

  14. Stickers! There’s so many different types and you can pick them up so cheaply!

  15. Old birthday cards, scissors and glue are a favourite in our house 😀

  16. Googly eyes! They just finish off a creature or a robot perfectly! 🙂

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