Do you have a child that loves to color? You will want to check out these unique blankZ Toys. They are amazing! There are 7 styles of blankZ Toys (stuffed animals) in Series 1. You color your animal with the washable markers that are included with the kit. What? What do you mean you wish you had colored it differently? Actually, that’s not a problem because blankZ are washable. Yep, throw it in the washer with your dark colored clothing and it comes out “blank”. Then throw it in the dryer. Now you can color it all over again. Isn’t that amazing?!
Each blankZ toy comes with 5 non-toxic, watercolor washable markers (black, red, yellow, green and blue). Each blankZ toy also includes a blankZ drop card wo your child can also create the toy’s living environment. Finally, each toy comes with its own removable hangtag, which has a poem describing the character.
Interested in knowing what characters are available? Bare (bear), No Bully (bull), Piggy BlankZ (pig), Ele-Faint (elephant), White Hound (dog), Blank Bunny (rabbit), and Un-Sealed (seal). You can see all of them at the BlankZ website.
I received Un-Sealed to review. He (or she) is soooo cute! However, I realized upon receiving it that my grandchild was really too young to be able to properly color it. So, grandma colored it for him. It was kind of fun. You can see how the seal looked when I received it. Then you can how it looked when I was finished.
This product was reviewed by a large number of bloggers in The Pitch List and we all shared our thoughts about these cute little animals. My personal opinion is that age 3 (it is not recommended for children under age 3) is a little young. You really need to have a light hand when coloring and most children that age have heavy hands when coloring. My thought would be age 4/5 and up. Some of the bloggers reported that their children made quite a mess with the markers (which is normal), getting them all over their hands. And yes, I certainly remember those days with my kids. The instructions that come with your blankZ says to use warm soap and water to remove the colors from hands. However, depending on how heavy your little person colored you may need to use something a little stronger. They said hand sanitizer took the colors off much easier. So you don’t have to worry about not being able to get the colors off their hands. You will need to let the blankZ dry after coloring, before your little one will be able to play or sleep with it.
I actually think tweens and teens would really enjoy these blankZ toys. I could see a group of girls and/or boys getting together and having a contest over who could make the cutest blankZ.
BlankZ has graciously agreed to give away one blankZ toy per day for seven (7) days!!
Enter on the Rafflecopter for below for your chance to win.
Once you have entered the giveaway below you can hop over to the other blogs that have joined in this giveaway and see what they created with their blankZ toy. (List is below the Rafflecopter form)