Crayola Colour & Style Pony
- Includes a pretty pony to decorate
- 5 pots of coloured paint
- Mini hairbrush, ribbon
- Sticker sheet and clip on beads
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Primp and pamper with Crayolas Colour and Style Pony! Make her the prettiest around using the vibrant range of paints. Personalise further by adding beads and ribbons to her mane and tail. A great way of entertaining the kids, this pony allows them to have fun while being creative.
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When we opened the box we found that it contained a china pony in white, unfinished porcelain. It's about 12 cm high and the same length wise, and hollow - actually it looks a bit strange when you first get it out as there are holes where the mane and tail go, they are on solid plastic mounts which slot into the holes to complete the horse. The mane and tail are contained in a seperate packet, along with ribbons and a number of mini hair slides and beads designed to be added on when the pony has been painted. There are is also a sheet of stickers, a hairbrush for the pony, a paintbrush and 5 little pots of paints.
My daughter wasn't able to open the paints without assistance, but apart from that was able to complete the pony independently. She made a rainbow pony with stripey legs, no doubt inspired by the colours provided; purple, green, blue, yellow and red. I was delighted when she spent a good deal of time carefully painting her design, the pony did look quite cute and obviously inspired her to try and make a good job of it! She did get a little frustrated at points that the paintbrush wasn't quite fine enough for the design she had in mind, but we have other brushes so this wasn't a huge issue. The paint dried surprisingly quickly and was easy to scrape off, for example around the rims of the eyes where she had gone slightly over the lines.Read more ›
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Well priced item that kept the little one busy. Easy to paint without too much parental supportPublished 7 months ago by Mrs Emma R Abbott