Fun Colouring Products + Easy Cleanup = Happy Parents

I love encouraging my kids to get creative, and I think it’s important for all parents to do, but the last thing we want is for our children’s artwork to end up on the walls or furniture, am I right?

My kids love to colour but my daughter is still learning to stay on the page, so sometimes things can get messy. What has saved my furniture and her clothes is the fact we use Crayola’s washable crayons and markers.

Crayola offers a wide variety of colouring products, suitable from the toddler years and beyond. Get your little artist started early by selecting one of many items for ages 12-24 months in their My First collection. From washable crayons, like these egg-shaped ones or these easy grip ones, to washable fingerpaints, bath crayons and even this stamper kit.

I also love Crayola’s Colour Wonder collection. These products only work together, so pick some markers and pair them with one of many character colouring books, such as Paw Patrol, Thomas and Friends or Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, to name a few. Or this Colour Wonder Mess-Free Activity Set could be a good place to start.

For other mix and matching options, Crayola’s got you covered with a great selection of washable markers, like the broad line ones, fine line ones or the pip-squeak ones. Pair it with either one of Crayola’s giant colouring pads, colour and sticker books or the mini colouring pages.

With these Crayola products your child will have hours of artistic fun and you can relax knowing cleanup will be a breeze.


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Jennifer Traynor

Jennifer Traynor

Jennifer Traynor is a mother of two kids living in the suburbs east of Toronto, Ontario. When she’s not working or spending time with her kids you can find her sitting in lotus pose on her yoga mat, sitting snuggled on the couch with her husband catching up on favourite shows or watching a movie or sitting with her laptop writing and editing her blog Mama @ Heart ( You can also like and follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.