We received these awesome goodies from PrintKick to check out and review. My daughter loves colouring in things (especially my walls lol) so it was a great gift for her.
So what is Printkick?
So Printkick is a small family business and started up in 2001, though we have roots back to 1987. They sell a number of items including the kids / arts and crafts products that I will review in this blog post.
So with the weather being SUPER HOT! We took a trip to a paddling pool in Chiswick.
We took the bucket and spade to Dukes meadows with us and she had so much fun with them! I loved how small enough they were to fit in my bag. I will definitely be taking them abroad with us when we jet off in October.
Little miss loved colouring in her own bags (with a little help from me) She asked if she could use the bigger bag as her new nursery bag and I of course said yes! It’s lovely and a great size to keep her spare clothes in. Colouring the bags in together was also a lovely bonding experience for us both!
Now if you’ve seen some of my other posts you know we love baking. We loved the colour in your apron and now little miss can use it when we bake cupcakes this weekend. This was definitely her favourite as she wears it constantly around the house!
Here we have the the little craft box with paints, crayons, a pencil, sharpener and an eraser. I love how small and compact it is. We’re off to Butlins again next month so I will be taking this for her on our train journey so she can do some drawing. It’s small enough to fit in both her bags!
We loved ALL our goodies from Printkick! My personal favourite was the mini backpack. It’s super cute and very useful. All the products we received really helps with creativity and that’s something I believe to be very important with child development.
If you’re interested in any of the products you have seen in this post then do check out the PrintKick website here
You can also find out about Printkick’s recent campaign with the ADHD Foundation for neurodiversity here