Erin’s Eco List received a product testimony from Diana Manning, who used Wee Can Too’s edible finger paint. Diana has also shared with us photos of her grandsons playing with Wee Can Too’s “Grab n Go” finger paint set.
Here are a few pics of my grandsons playing with the fingerpaints. They had a great time and created many works of art. It was actually difficult to convince any of them to taste the paint. Each of the twins tried it, and only once!
I tried some, tasted like vegetables! Not something you have to worry about them trying to eat a lot of just because they know they can!
You can see in one of the pictures that while I was on one side of the table, Orion was on the other side picking up one of the bowls of paint.
One of the things I really liked about the paints was that they came in powdered form.
This allowed me to mix them so that they were a bit pasty (as opposed to liquid). It worked perfectly to prevent spills, especially when playing with three boys at once.
Erin’s Eco List Comments:
I agree with Diana. I love how ” Wee Can Too” have made children’s paints that are in powder form. You can make the paint as thick or thin as you want. Thank you Diana for your positive feedback. You can read the review about Wee Can Too on Erin’s Eco List.
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Wee Can Too Art have made chalks, crayons and finger paints that can be eaten. We know children love to put things into their mouths. Day care centres, pre-schools, or play groups who would like to save money on buying art supplies in bulk and use a product they know is healthy for those children they are caring for, please contact Erin’s Eco List for pricing.