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Magic Whiteboard

If you have children then I am sure there has been at least once time as a parent you have scrubbed either marker or crayon off of your walls. If not let me tell you I am jealous! My children were born VERY artistic and boy did they know how to show it off best when mommy had her back turned. Recently I was given the opportunity to review a pretty cool and inventive product. The Magic Whiteboard Letter Sheet  measures 8.25 by 11.75 inches. When I first got it I spent quite a while trying to get it to stick to the walls. I just couldn't get it to work. Now I am not sure if it was something I was doing wrong or not but it is suppose to stick. However After wetting the backside I did get it to stick both to my windows and my fridge. The kids thought it was a pretty cool product and have spent hours and hours playing with it :) Here are some pictures of our favorite artwork.
My princess creating

Our family portrait :)
 Even though I couldn't figure out how to get it to work on the walls this product it still a great concept and fun for the kids. It comes in many sizes which would be great for the little artist in  your family who thinks big! Make sure you check out Magic Whiteboard on Facebook and Twitter(@MagicBoardUS). For more information please watch the video below :0)
 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Jo Steph said…
Looks like lot of fun for the little ones!
That is such a great ideal. It would cut down on a lot of paper, you can just take pictures of their great drawings.

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