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Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola | AD

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LP and Little Man absolutely love being creative and a couple of weeks ago we shared their joy at rock painting. Recently, they’ve been learning something completely new – the art of watercolour with Chalkola’s fantastic Watercolour Brush Pens.

Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola

What are Watercolour Brush Pens?

Watercolour Brush Pens make watercolour painting easy. Unlike felt tips, that look similar, they are brush tipped pens full of watercolour paints. With brush tips and blending brushes included in the set, they are everything you need to start watercolour painting at home without any fuss or mess.

Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola

The Watercolour Pens work straight from the pack and the set even comes with a watercolour paper pad to get you started. I explained to the children that watercolours are different to their normal colouring, that they didn’t need to fill full pages with the watercolour pens and instead they can blend the marks they make to create beautiful pictures using the blending brushes.

Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola

The blending brushes have two different brushes on them and are easy to use. You fill them with water and then squeeze them gently before brushing them across the page. This wets the watercolours on the paper, blending them and spreading them to create whatever effect you desire on your finished artwork.

Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola
Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola

The children got the hang of this in no time and were able to create beautiful scenes and paintings with minimal input from me. Best of all, there was no mess and, even if the watercolours got on their clothes or the furniture, they are water based, wash away easily and are non-toxic too. Perfectly safe for the kids!

Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola
Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola

I used to love watercolour painting as a child and into my teens at school but, it always took a while to set up and clear away after. Thanks to Chalkola, the children can now enjoy art projects at home using watercolour painting so easily.

Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola
Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola
Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola

The Chalkola Watercolour Markers pack away neatly into the supplied box, with the pens split between two trays. They are a great investment for creative children and I’m sure even adults would love to have a go too!

Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola
Watercolour Painting Made Easy Chalkola

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  • Donna Wishart

    Donna Wishart is married to Dave and they have two children, Athena (12) and Troy (11). They live in Surrey with their two cats, Fred and George. Once a Bank Manager, Donna has been writing about everything from family finance to days out, travel and her favourite recipes since 2012. Donna is happiest either exploring somewhere new, with her camera in her hand and family by her side or snuggled up with a cat on her lap, reading a book and enjoying a nice cup of tea. She firmly believes that tea and cake can fix most things.

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41 Comments

  1. Wow the results look amazing – you have very arty kids. Well done! I’d love to paint garden scenes with my daughter. They look like they’d work well on her mindfulness colouring books too – she has one with butterflies and flowers in and these colours would look good.

  2. I am not artistic at all but my children are and they most likely would draw roblox pictures

  3. I would paint the local scenery and the wildlife. Got a beautiful country park near me.

  4. I’d use them with my grand-daughter to colour in stamped images and maybe try them on some flat stones we collected from the beach.

  5. I like painting birds – or trying to. It would be fun to use these to paint on a collage of things we collect on walks.

  6. I’m sure our grandchildren would have lots of fun doing pictures of all their favourite characters for us

  7. I would give them to my daughter who would probably paint many things but one of the things might be the beach as I know you has been wanting to do this.

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