Crayola Paint Maker

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  • Creating your own custom paint colors is fun, fast, and easy with the Crayola Paint Maker. This interactive kit comes with a mixing guide to help you create 15 unique paint colors--or even make your own. Name your color creations using the included labels and clean up easily with Crayola's paint strip technology, designed to prevent mess. The Crayola Paint Maker folds up easily for convenient storage and is designed for kids ages eight and up.
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    15 Distinct Paint Colors

    With the Crayola Paint Maker, kids can explore the fascinating world of color by developing and naming their own custom paints. An included booklet provides guidance on mixing and helps kids learn about color. Whether you like to experiment or keep things simple, this kit guides you through every step of the process. The set includes 15 paint pots and labels.
    Easy Mixing and Cleanup

    Create nearly endless color combinations with 75 color strips in three colors (red, blue, and yellow). Each color is imprinted onto a paper strip to help reduce mess. A brush and 10 sheets of paper are included so kids can experiment with their new color creations. Additional paint pots, labels, and paper are available in the Crayola Paint Maker Refill Pack (sold separately).
    Create Color Anywhere

    The Crayola Paint Maker features a fold-up design for easy storage and cleanup. The portable design is easy to carry for color creation on the go.
    About Crayola: Art and Imagination

    Crayola art supplies and activities help children express, create, and connect through colorful play.
    What's in the Box

    Crayola Paint Maker, 15 paint pots, 2.5-ounce bottle of paint base, 75 color strips, 10 sheets of paper, 15 paint pot labels, color mixing guide, and paintbrush.

    Product Features:

        Mix, shake, and create custom paint colors
        Easy mixing and less mess with color strip technology
        15 paint pots and labels for naming colors
        Portable, fold-up design
        For kids ages eight and up
  • Why give them paint when the can create their own?