ReviewsDora Art Pack from Elmers

Dora Art Pack from Elmers

Mom Fuse “Mommy Reviewer” Kristen, from All In A Mom’s Life, recently had the chance to check out the new Dora 40-piece Art Pack from Elmer’s. As you can see below, her adorable little girl had a blast with the art kit. My daughter, another Dora fan, had the chance to get creative with Elmer’s a few weeks back as well. The Dora Art Pack definitely gets two toddler thumbs up! Here’s what Kristen and her little explorer thought…

 

Mom Fuse hooked a girl up! That’s right J-bug got to review an Elmer’s Dora 40 piece Art Pack. Wanna know if she likes it? Look for yourself. Aside from the fact that is was yet again another “nap-less” nap-time Miss Cranky Pants was pretty excited. The door bell rang and she high-tailed it out of her room to see who it was. I opened the package and handed it to her. “Oh my gosh mommy! I love it so much!” Yep, she’s a drama queen. She ran upstairs with it and tried to tear it open. Of course I stopped her. I did need some pictures for the post.

Here she is modeling her new find. Tags intact. The goodies in the see-through back pack were calling out to her. She resisted…

 

And look! You can even wear it backwards. I think she might have started a new trend. You saw it here first people.

J-bug showing off all the art goodies that came with the Back Pack. I think she likes them.

 

Included: 24 Crayons, 8 Markers, 1 Paper Pad, 2 Sticker Sheets, 3 Stencils, 1 Glue Stick and an awesome see-through Dora Back Pack.

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The markers have the Dora characters on them as well as the color in English and Spanish, which is cool. The crayons also have the Dora characters but the colors are only in English. The glue stick is washable…thank god. I don’t know if the markers are washable…but I’m not going to test it. You crazy?

All in all. I think this was a success and J-bug approved. Go Dora the Explorer!

Check out Elmer’s Kids for fun kid projects, online painting, games and kid’s products. Elmer’s has a new line called Scientific Explorer where you can buy kits to make all kinds of fun things. With product categories like these, your scientist in training is sure to find something fun to create!

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