Picking the right tools will definitely elevate your artwork, but there are so many art supplies in the markets and it is hard to choose from. This is why at Ohuhu, they invest heavily into research and development to ensure that quality would never be compromised. They offer vibrantly rich and easy blending, alcohol-based inks that dries instantly on your artwork, and also water-based inks.
Did you join in the fun-filled Puppy Dog Pals Twitter Party yesterday with ukmumstv? We had so much fun doing all the activities and of course, playing with the Puppy Dog Pals toys!
Puppy Dog Pals is an American computer-animated children’s television series which debuted on Disney Junior and Disney Channel. It is about the fun-loving puppy brothers Bingo and Rolly as they go on adventures throughout their neighbourhood and around the world as a way to help quench their thrill-seeking appetites about friendship, problem-solving and collaboration. The pups’ motto is life is always more exciting with your best friends by your side.
Mix It Magazine is a brand new and totally unique multi-character magazine for girls. The target audience age for this magazine is from four to nine. It focuses on toy and digital-led with a strong focus on latest trends of collectables and unboxing. It exclusively features key influencers and box-openers from the vlogging community, Emily Tube and Creative Celeste.
After much success for LEGO Ninjago, Friends, Chima and Star Wars magazines, today they are launching a brand new magazine for Lego NEXO Knights fans! The target audience for this magazine is from aged six onwards. We are so pleased to be one of the first to read their first issue!
Ever since the Despicable Me movie hit our screens, Minions have become a firm favourite with all children. Everyone wants to own them! They are so cute and adorable that they have a universal appeal. Needless to say, both of my children are huge fans too. They have been really looking forward to watching the movie!
Under The Weather Wendy: A Colour-in Picture Book is an ebook illustrated by Kate Edmunds. She is a former TV graphic designer and became a full-time illustrator after the birth of her children. Greatly influenced by Tim Burton, Kate has always loved writing and illustrating her own children’s stories, conjuring up weird and wonderful characters. Her love of textiles is a bit of an obsession which she also incorporates into her designs.
Recently, we reviewed the BrainBox games My First Picture and ABC. Honestly, I did not know that they also have colouring books. I was given these two Colour and Learn Animals and Teddy Bears books for review. It is suitable for age 5 onwards. Each book has 24 tear out pictures. They are not just an original colouring book. They are educational and each picture is vividly imaginative. The animals are not the most realistic you will ever see, but this may be to allow for easier colouring.