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Crayola Light-up Tracing Pad Pink, Coloring Board for Kids, Gift, Toys for Girls, Ages 6, 7, 8, 9,10

Kids can draw like a pro with the Crayola Light-Up Tracing Pad in pink, featuring over 35 art tools to inspire the imagination. Using the included fashion and animal tracing sheets, or the hundreds of downloadable online images, children ages six and older can draw creative scenes with crisp, clean lines. The kit includes a graphite pencil, tracing sheets, blank sheets, as well as colored pencils for drawing, illustrating, and coloring. The pad runs on three AA batteries (not included) and makes tracing easy, fun, and accessible. This makes a great travel activity pad, and is perfect as a girl’s holiday or birthday present idea! Choking hazard-Small parts -Not for children under 3 years

Product Features

  • CRAYOLA LIGHT UP TRACING PAD FOR GIRLS: 1 Graphite Pencil, 12 Short Colored Pencils, 10 Tracing Sheets, 10 Blank Sheets, and more. (3 AA Batteries Required. Sold Separately
  • OVER 100 TRACEABLE IMAGES: Mix and match or trace a single page, there’s plenty of inspiration to keep young artists engaged and excited
  • EASY TRACING LIGHT BOX: Paper-locking frame holds sheet in place to keep crisp tracing lines
  • GIFT FOR GIRLS & BOYS: A birthday or holiday gift you can rely on for big smiles and hours at a time of imaginative fun!
  • LIGHT UP TOY: The evenly lit surface makes tracing lines easy to see, even in pillow forts or camping tents with low lighting. Plus, it perfectly pairs with glow in the dark toys at home!

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Anonymous says:

Works really well, all family members use it, batteries last a long time I grew tired of my granddaughter tracing pictures on top of the computer screen. I saw the Crayola Light Up Tracing Pad while searching for craft items, and I had not heard of it before but thought the concept was a good idea. I could not have found a more perfect gift for her, and it has been in continuous use ever since she received it. The pad is used by all the younger children, our teenage artist, and I have used it myself for fabric patterns. I am impressed that after a year…

Anonymous says:

Not just for kids.

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