Review: Magic Fairy Wings Paint with Water Art Pads

LP and Little Man love painting – they love anything creative – but it come sometimes be a bit much sorting out the paints, finding them something to physically paint and then cleaning up afterwards. So when Magic Fairy Wings sent us their Paint with Water Art Pads I knew it would make us paint more often.

Review: Magic Fairy Wings Paint with Water Art Pads

Review: Magic Fairy Wings Paint with Water Art Pads

The Paint with Water Art Pads are an amazing idea. They have 20 pages to paint, much like a colouring book, but each page has a built in paint palette and comes with a brush – all you need is a cup of water and you have everything you need to paint – all contained in one nice size art pad.

Review: Magic Fairy Wings Paint with Water Art Pads

I was impressed with how well the paints worked – you just use a wet brush on the paints and away you go. The children are still learning how to use these kinds of paints – rather than wet poster paints – and si getting the balance of water right was a learning curve for them. But they really enjoyed painting with the art pads and it was such a simple activity for them to do at home.

Review: Magic Fairy Wings Paint with Water Art Pads

The Paint with Water Art Pads make painting pretty mess free. The children wore coveralls out of habit but they weren’t really needed. The paper is nice and thick, making the finished pictures ones that you could put on the wall or stick to the fridge.

Review: Magic Fairy Wings Paint with Water Art Pads

The paintbrush that comes with the set is quite a basic paint brush with plastic bristles and one with softer hairs would work better but the children didn’t seem to mind at all – and we always have a supply of paint brushes at home. The Paint with Water Art Pads are great value and would make a lovely gift or stocking filler type present for any child. They’d also be perfect to take away on holiday or for a weekend away and store so easily too. I really think that the Paint with Water Art Pads will make us much more creative in the future.

The Paint with Water Art Pads have an RRP of £3.99 and come in two different styles.

Review: Magic Fairy Wings Paint with Water Art Pads

Disclosure: We were sent the above products for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

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4 Comments

  1. May 24, 2017 / 11:02 am

    These look good, my girls love painting with water but I always find that the paper is a bit too thin and falls apart with all the water. Might have to give these a go.
    Nat.x

  2. May 24, 2017 / 5:56 pm

    These look amazing, Donna I used to enjoy oil painting by numbers when I was a child but my pictures took so long to dry that they sometimes got a thin layer of dust over them no problem with that happening with this

  3. May 25, 2017 / 6:56 am

    These look fab Donna. Alice will quite often ask to paint after school, but there really isn’t the time. These would be perfect. Plus mess free for Holly is exactly what I need. X

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