Painting with Powder Art

powderart.jpgLaurel used to paint voraciously as a toddler, but in the last year or so she has tended towards passing up her paintbrushes for other tools; that is, until she discovered Powder Art. Like paint by numbers but without the wet mess, Powder Art kits are affordable and come in several themes with four scene boards each. Simply peel off the numbered sections of the scene to reveal the sticky cardboard base, and then paint with the colored powder (which is made from nontoxic, washable recycled paper) that coordinates to the numbers. Gone are the days of sticky tabletops and messy art smocks; just give the table a quick swipe and brush any stray powder off your child and you’re ready for your next adventure.

Want to be one of 10 winners to receive a Powder Art kit*? Here’s how:

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Congrats to winners Prerna, Sheila, Catherine, Andrew, Renee, Debra, Catherine, Christine, Stephanie & Christine!
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  • Visit the Powder Art website, then email (with ‘Powder Art’ in the subject), and name your favorite Powder Art kit style.

  • One entry permitted per person; US & Canada entrants welcome to enter.

  • Entry period closes at noon EST, Wednesday, April 8, 2009.

    *Ten lucky winners will receive a Powder Art kit of their choice of style (subject to stock availability)!