Thursday, March 10, 2011

Doodle Roll Review

My daughter and oldests son are the artist of the family. I'm always being asked to pick up drawing books etc from the store. They really can sit contently and draw for sometimes over an hour. Drawing pads and crayons are also a must anytime we travel. I recently had the opportunity to check out the Doodle Roll, and knew it would be a huge hit in our home.

What is a Doodle Roll?
This clever creation is either 4“ wide and 15 feet long or 6” wide and 30 feet of wound-up paper, complete with either 4 or 8 crayons, and E-Z tear edges—all together in compact travel-friendly packaging.

My daughter was super excited about this product. She loved how the paper rolled out, and that she could tear the "pages" out on her own and display them on the fridge, of course. Another selling point that the crayons also fit back in the package and sealed together for convenient storage and travel.

She doodled her heart out and then tried to take her brothers! Doodle Roll was designed for children 3 to 8 years old to stimulate creative play anywhere and anytime. Now maybe the Doodles will stay on her paper instead of the walls!

We were sent both the 4" and 6" versions available at a low price, parents everywhere will love!

Buy it:
Doodle Roll 4” All-in-One Craft Kit • $3.99 • Ages 3+

Just 4 inches wide but 15 feet long, the packaging is designed to be easy for kids to open and close, with a finger-hole to make opening the crayon compartment a snap. The 4” roll is the perfect size for smaller hands. The roll curls downward toward the table, a child will not have any trouble with paper curling up while he/she draws. When done doodling, the specially shaped well for each crayon will be a reminder to put them back in.

Doodle Roll 6” All-in-One Craft Kit • $4.99 • Ages 3+
This larger size measures 6 inches wide for bigger hands and rolls out to 30 feet of blank paper. Like its smaller version, each roll comes with two end caps to keep the paper in place until its time to unroll. High quality non-toxic crayons are included with each kit.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free through the above mentioned company or representing PR agency. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


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Genius! I've never seen this before. I've thought of these but never actually knew someone sold them. It's a mess-free, easy, in-your-purse kid pleaser! Love it. Would make a great stocking stuffer-- yes,thinking ahead, too.

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