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Little Brian Paint Sticks go miniature

Published on: 23rd April 2018

Multi-award winning toy brand is continuing to develop one of its most popular ranges.

Little Brian has evolved its popular product, Paint Sticks, into a miniature version.

Available in Classic colours, Mini Paint Sticks come in 12 and 24 packs with the product being ideal for small hands or drawing detailed patterns.

Lara Alcock, sales and marketing director at Little Brian, commented: “We’re delighted that Little Brian Mini Paint Sticks are now available and on the market. They have the exact same features of our regular sized Paint Sticks but come in a much smaller version. They’re perfect for small hands, extremely versatile and ideal for artists who are looking to create patterns or drawing detail.”

The 12 Mini Paint Sticks have an R.R.P of £5.99 whilst the 24 pack have an R.R.P of £9.99 and both are now available to buy online at Amazon.

Paint Sticks provide a clean and convenient way to paint with no need for water, paint brushes or the mess that normally goes with it. The solid Paint Sticks twist up and down, like a glue stick, and allow vivid colours to be transferred directly onto surfaces like canvas, wood, paper, card and even glass as it can be washed right off.

The paint is a liquid paint which has been transformed into a solid form and is non-toxic, drying within 60 seconds of touching the surface.

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