We all know Rachael is an artist. I love finding new products that will take her to a new level in her skills. I’ve looked at the Chameleon pen sets before but I wasn’t sure how they would work and I didn’t want to spend a ton of money on something that are a true artistic pen for her that she wouldn’t use a lot. The good news is Chameleon now has Chameleon Kidz sets which brings the fun and artistic flair of the Chameleon flair in a great price point with additions for coloring for the kids.
The Original Blendy Pens Jumbo Kit • Ages 4+ • $24.99
Jumpstart the whole family’s artistic skills with this truly jumbo set of 24 Blendy Pens giving 276 color combinations. Included in this kit are 10 posters, 2 stencils, 1 art portfolio and a Blendy airbrush to inspire the next Peter Max or Henri Matisse!
The Original Blendy Pens Large Kit • Ages 4+ • $19.99
This large kit has something for all ages with 20 Blendy Pens giving 190 color combinations, 10 posters, 2 stencils and a Blendy airbrush.
The Original Blendy Pens Small Kit • Ages 4+ • $9.99
Nice things come in small packages and this kit does not disappoint. Open and enjoy 8 Blendy Pens giving 28 color combinations, 6 posters, 2 stencils and a Blendy airbrush.
The Original Blendy Pens Stationery Set • Ages 4+ • $5.99
Thank you notes to Grandmom take on a beautiful flourish with this stationery set of 6 Blendy Pens giving 15 color combinations, 3 small posters are tucked inside for kitchen table or car ride fun.
Now a new generation will never look at marker pens the same way! And parents will be singing
What makes Chameleon Kids different? Two single colors will create a cool color combination. Inside the first of a series of kits are not just Blendy Pens but stencils, posters and a unique Blendy airbrush for artistic expression in a whole new dimension.
Rachael opened the package and immediately fell in love with all the different colors, the designs she could color and the stencils that were included.
I loved that the Jumbo kit came with a case that you not only can keep all of your coloring pages in but also your markers. This case looks similar to an envelope is made of heavy cardboard and of course you can color it with your included markers. Rae picked a jungle design to start with. We played with a few of the different colors and started to color. The one thing you need to remember is that while the markers come with two colors connected, you do not have to only combine those two colors. You can combine any two markers. You combine the colors in the chamber and then start coloring. As you color you will get a gradient effect like seen in the leaves below. The longer you hold your colors in the chamber the longer the gradient effect will be. You can seen in the all green leaf that our gradient is rather light. I only held that color combo in the chamber for 2 seconds where as the brown leaf was 5 seconds.
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