My kids love free-style coloring with crayons, but my four-year-old son was especially excited when I told him he could finally use markers. (Of course, they have to be washable!)
He was over-the-moon pumped when I showed him these amazing fuzzy posters from Rose Art. The texture of the raised fuzz helps him stay in the lines, promoting creativity whilst also ensuring a successful outcome.
There’s a variety of poster sizes (they even have a bound monthly calendar) and designs range from the abstract to the inspiring to the fantastical, funky, and fun.
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With coloring books for adults being so on trend, I have to admit that I found myself liking this activity as much as my little guy. We enjoyed a quiet hour of relaxing arts and crafts. It was good for both of us. Screen-free good-old fashioned fun. No complains here.
Rose Art has other amazing artistic finds that are great for holiday gifting. Crayons, pens, pencils, markers, and chalk make for some awesome stocking stuffers, and their craft kits have everything little artists need to make a masterpiece.
I'm going to stick to these fuzzy posters, though. They're easy, effortless, and total stress-relievers. For kids and kids at heart.
This is not a sponsored post. We received samples for review. All opinions are our own.