Little Brian Paint Sticks

Win A Selection of Little Brian Paint Sticks

We love Little Brian Paint Sticks in our house, they are really fun, stop all the mess and come in loads of amazing colours. If you haven’t tried them for yourself you are going to want to enter my competition and if you have already used them you’ll now what I’m talking about and you’ll already be entering! They are great.

A fun, clean, simple and very convenient way to paint, Little Brian Paint Sticks have fast become the latest must have toy for any art or craft fan! They can even be popped into a travel bag to keep the children entertained on holiday too!

Little Brian Paint Sticks

Twist them up like a glue stick, so you only use the right amount. Hold them like a pen and you are painting/drawing straight away. Plus the paints dries in under 60 seconds. They are honestly amazing. The colours are bold and bright and as they are solid you’ve got no risk of spills. Plus you don’t need anything extra, no water, no brushes, no mixing plates or bowls. Simply pop them open and go.

You can use them on most surfaces, paper, card, canvas and even wood. Our fave thing to do is use them on the conservatory windows and then we can wipe them off and start again, it’s really good fun.

For your chance to win a selection of Little Brian Paint Sticks simply enter your details into the Gleam App below.

Good luck x

Win a selection of Little Brian Paint Sticks

Disclosure – Little Brian are kindly supplying the prize.

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44 thoughts on “Win A Selection of Little Brian Paint Sticks”

  1. These look brilliant and great how they look to be less messy than the alternatives!

  2. My little ones love the paint pens. Iv never thought to try them on glass though and wipe them off! Deffo going to try that!

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