Oh no, Princess Delilah…

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Once upon a time there lived a beautiful little princess called Delilah. Her blonde hair shimmered in the sunshine as she spent her days playing with her puppies, thinking up all manner of imaginative games and enjoying her vast collection of dolls and toys. She had a LOT of dolls and toys.

Princess Delilah's royal chamber

Just a small selection of her many dolls and toys

But of all the wonderful things she did every day, Princess Delilah loved craft and colouring in MOST of all.

Princess Delilah in her element

She would spend hours colouring in her many activity books. She enjoyed giving the characters amazingly colourful hair and finding more elaborate ways to decorate their beautiful ball gowns and dresses.

Delilah Colourings

However, Princess Delilah would get SO excited by her colouring in that she would forget she was in her royal room with it’s regal cream coloured carpet.

Oh no, Princess Delilah…

Uh Oh - stains on the carpet

The little princess felt bad for leaving marks on the royal carpet and became distraught. Her mother, the queen, searched high and low for a way to allow Princess Delilah to enjoy her enthusiastic colouring in without damaging the royal carpet. She wanted to see her golden haired princess smiling and happy again.

Luckily the queen found a product that is mess-free and non-toxic and won’t color on skin, furniture or carpets – Crayola Color Wonder. The queen couldn’t believe her eyes and had to know more. How did it work?

Crayola Colour Wonder

Well, the special ink in Color Wonder Markers is clear on most surfaces, yet each marker ‘magically’ shows up a different color on Color Wonder Paper. This makes it an easy craft that children can do without supervision and also makes cleanup a breeze! Even better, there are secret patterns and surprises hidden in the special paper that can only be revealed by using the wonder markers.

Check out this link to see a video that demonstrates the magic for yourself. It really is very cool – everything literally appears from nowhere before your very eyes!

Once the queen saw the magic happen she knew this was the solution for Princess Delilah but she wanted to make sure it would indeed make her daughter happy to colour in again. So she gave her daughter a Frozen themed book together with the special wonder markers and sat back to see what would happen.

Happy Princess Delilah

Princess Delilah was overcome with happiness. She loved her new book and her new markers so much that she would never go away from home without them. She even found a clever way to transport them to visit her grandmother, the Queen Mother and to visit her other grandfather, the Grand Old Duke, in hospital. Quick tip – never throw away your old insulated lunch boxes, they are very handy activity containers!

So all was well again in the royal kingdom. All thanks to Crayola and their truly magical Color Wonder markers!

Disclaimer: I received two packs of Crayola Color Wonder Markers (RRP $13.99 each) for the purposes of review. All opinions and views are completely my own although I must confess we really aren’t a royal family…sadly…

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12 Responses

  1. Lydia C. Lee says:

    Lovely post! That’s great
    Lydia C. Lee recently posted..Coffee, Campari…

    • Kirsty says:

      Thanks Lydia – it’s always a challenge trying to find a new angle to highlight a product, especially one that has been completely embraced by the whole family – especially my littlest princess!

  2. Oh is that how they work? I had seen them but didn’t realise. Great idea!
    Amy @ Handbagmafia recently posted..Body Hair: A Transgender Perspective

    • Kirsty says:

      They are awesome – I’m a big fan. In fact I needed to go out and buy another pack for my eldest daughter who felt left out that I only got two packs – they have all enjoyed using them so far 🙂

  3. WOW, I needed this when my girls were little. Who am I kidding, they are all still into craft, drawing and colouring in a big way.
    Raych aka Mystery Case recently posted..Tell Me Why? {Worth Casing Wednesday Linkup}

    • Kirsty says:

      I think I’m in this for the long haul with my two princesses as well – no signs of the eldest (who turns 10 this year) letting up either!

  4. Dear queen, I’m hearing you about the cream carpet! I wish these had been around a few years ago 🙂
    Lisa@RandomActsOfZen recently posted..10 Things That Make Me Happy

    • Kirsty says:

      I know – i still have to get the carpets professionally cleaned some time in the future as I just can’t get those damn stains out myself!!!

  5. Caz Filmer says:

    She is just 100 percent cute. 🙂
    Caz Filmer recently posted..Guess who was made a finalist {Kidspot Voices Of 2015}

  6. Oh these are interesting. Might have to keep them in mind for when my babe is at the colouring stage!
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