Getting Creative with BIC® – A Fun Way to Spend the Holidays

I recently posted about the awesome competition that is being run by BIC and Mumsnet. Well, we were thrilled to be sent a package of BIC goodies to encourage the children to get drawing.

We were sent the following –

BIC® KIDS Kid Couleur 12 pack, RRP £2.99

These highly durable blocked pen tip means that the nib won’t bend or retract under pressure and the water-based inks mean it can easily be washed from skin and most clothes. These pens are perfect for children as they allow for all of the fun, with none of the mess.

BIC® KIDS Evolution Ecolutions colouring pencils, RRP £2.99

The BIC® Kids Evolution ultra-resistant, wood-free colouring pencils are ideal for everyday drawing and colouring. With a resistant chew-proof lead and barrel these pencils are highly durable. What’s more, they are easy to sharpen and safe as it doesn’t splinter and with a wide choice of colours at your child’s disposal, impressive artworks are just a doodle away.

BIC® KIDS Plastidecor® crayons, RRP £2.99

Colour away with these easy to hold BIC® KIDS colouring crayons ideal for children over the age of 30 months. Recommended by teachers* these crayons are easy to sharpen and are super resistant to breakage. The pack contains 12 vivid colours and is extra clean on hands and fabrics, meaning no messy marks.

We love stationery and the BIC® stationery was a dream to draw with. Even I was tempted to get drawing. The children had a great time creating their pictures and we had a few after we had finished. However, we are going to be giving in only one each for the competition.

I love that the blocked tip pens are washable as in they do not stain the skin. My kids come home with a whole lot of writing on their hands everyday from school. And yes, on their uniforms too. I will have to recommend BIC® to the school.

The colouring pencils are smooth to draw with – do you know what I mean? There are no scratching sounds when you colour and they glide over paper ensuring a better colouring experience.

The crayons really don’t break easily which is a plus as I’m tired of seeing pieces of crayons all over the place.

I definitely recommend using BIC® stationery and don’t forget to enter the competition to win a bundle of goodies as well as see your child’s drawing on a billboard. Wouldn’t that be fun?

You can enter here on – Mumsnet and you can also follow @MyBICPen on Twitter for more information.

I am a member of the Mumsnet Bloggers Panel, a group of parent bloggers who have volunteered to review products, services, events and brands for Mumsnet. I have not paid for the product or to attend an event. I have editorial control and retain full editorial integrity. I have received a voucher as a token of thanks for this post.

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