Aquarellum Mini - Cats
Your children will learn how to mix rich, vibrant colors while they create beautiful and detailed works of art with Aquarellum Mini - Cats. With Aquarellum’s exclusive water-resistant technique, paint flows off the wax barriers and adheres only to the design motif areas, making the vivid colors pop. And paint can be applied repeatedly to an area until the results are just perfect. Aquarellum kindles the imagination, requires concentration, and makes learning to paint easy, relaxing, and rewarding.
With three mixable colors, children can apply a delightful palette of shades to the two postcard-sized paintings included in Aquarellum Mini - Cats. The paints and canvases of Aquarellum Mini - Cats are delightfully high quality. Aquarellum has received the National Parenting Seal of Approval.
Age Recommendation: 4+
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.
We love all Aquarellum. They are great art kits, which utilizes color mixing. They make it easy for kids to paint great pictures because of the resist borders. This kit has small pictures.
My daughter enjoyed doing this kit one afternoon because she loved trying to figure out how to mix the colors! It gave her a challenge and she loves painting! Cute to frame for her room!
I have been saving Aquarellum Mini Cats for my daughters birthday. Since there is only two little cards, I feel like I should work with my daughter on painting with watercolor first, so they don't get wrecked and maybe they will be nice enough to display. It is nice to have variety in the art department, and this is something fun we can look forward to.
This came in our kindergarten curriculum kit and while it is expensive, my daughter enjoyed it so much. She enjoyed helping me mix her own colors and then watching them blend on the card. I would buy her more of these because they are a unique art project and lots of fun.
I was a little disappointed in this. I suppose I should have better read the description, but it came in my curriculum kit. It seems a little expensive for 2 little postcards and what is basically watercolor.