About (taken from website): Wee Can Too™ was founded with a mission to bring art supplies to babies and toddlers by offering the highest quality products made from fruit and vegetable powders, plus plant-based ingredients. Our products are all natural, and made from the safest ingredients without chemicals, preservatives, color additives, and are made from food based ingredients. Our colors come from nature!
Review: My son is a mini- me when it comes to art and drawing. I started him finger painting at a very young age, and even though it says “non-toxic” it still worried me it would make him sick. I was looking for different paints he could use which wouldn’t make him sick if he would try to snack on the paint. When I found Wee Can Too Art From The Start Baby Finger Paint, I knew I needed to get it for my art loving toddler. Wee Can Too paint is organic and made with fruit and vegetable powders so it is completely edible! My toddler saw these paints and automatically went to get paper so he could paint with me. All I had to do with the paint was add water!
After using the paint, you have to be sure to refrigerate it, and after that, it is only good for a month. After he got the paper, we sat it on the floor in the kitchen and we painted away with both our fingers and his paintbrushes. Since the colors are so pretty and work so great, I know boys and girls of every age will love it! If your oldest child likes art, they could still use this paint and do artwork of their own. It doesn’t matter that it is baby finger paint, Wee Can Too is fun for the entire family. I know you will love it as much as me and my kids did!
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