Jan 15, 2013

Wee Can Too Art

If you want to introduce your child to the wonderful world of art at an early age you may be dismayed to find that most of the products on the market are for ages 3 and up. Occasionally you may find some products labeled 2 and up, but those a few and far between. So what? Does that mean you have to wait a whole 2 or 3 years to let your child explore the creative more intensely? Not at all!

We purchased the Grab n' Go Finger-paint set to celebrate our daughter, Tallulah's, 6th "birth-month-day" because it's never too early to introduce your child to the wonderful world of art! These paints are fabulous!! Not only do they allow your child to be creative, experiment with color, and practice focus, but they also help satiate a babies' desire for texture.

Not only that, but these eco friendly, organically edible paints are completely safe for your kids and edible in case they decide to put their little hands into their mouth, which has been known to happen while finger painting.

I was only too pleased to find these products since I did not have to hover over her to make sure she didn't ingest anything. Instead I could stay at a safe distance and just let her "do her thing". Lula loves her art time and we spent time painting at least once a week when she was younger. Active babies are happy babies!

Now that she is nearly two her artistic repertoire has grown and Wee Can Too art products have grown with her. Their list of products includes finger paints, tempura paints, crayons, sidewalk chalk, face paints and egg dyeing kits! I cannot say enough good things about this company or their products!

 Find out more information about Wee Can Too Art and their products here.


  1. Love this....when my boys were little I would put them in an empty tub with a plastic bowl of chocolate pudding. They would play for hours..painting the tiled walls with chocolate finger paint. If they got it in there mouths...all the better!
    Tallulah is beautiful...I think she looks like her grandma Cheryl ;->

    Janet xox
    The Empty Nest

  2. Heh. That's a good idea too! Lots of people say that she looks like her grandmother at this stage. Thank you for stopping by my blog!